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Dog Walk Club Reservoir Park 4/21

April 21 @ 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM


Peaceful walk on Whitehall TrailDog Walk Club: Reservoir Park 4/21

Dog Walk Club will meet for a walk in Reservoir Park in Southern Pines on Sunday, 4/21.  We’ll meet at 3 pm at the boat launch at 300 Reservoir Park Dr, Southern Pines, NC 28387.

For this walk, we will hike the new Whitehall Trail loop.  This trail is mostly sand and has a few small inclines but nothing someone in a walker can’t handle (verified by watching someone in a walker). There’s a nice meadow in the middle of the walk where we can allow dogs to run on long leashes.  Our hangout spot for this walk is the ever-popular Sly Fox Pub, located at 795 SW Broad St, Southern Pines, NC 28387.

One downfall to Whitehall Trail is that people tend to let their dogs off leash here even though it’s against the rules.  It’s annoying at best, especially since the people who let their dogs off-leash have no control over their dogs despite shocking the crap out of them.  That’s a rant for a different day.  Since we’ll have multiple dogs that should keep the riff-raff at bay.

Here’s a little about The Sly Fox Pub :

This is hands down the most requested hangout spot!  Sly Fox Pub has great appetizers and shareable plates, good beer and wine lists, fantastic cocktails, and a beautiful outdoor seating area.  We love coming here after a walk.

If you want to just meet us at the hangout spot, there are no judgments 😄

About Dog Walk Club:

Dog Walk Club meets in Sanford on the 1st Sunday and in Southern Pines on the 3rd Sunday of the month. We vary the walks and hang-out spots- and yes we definitely take suggestions! Littles are welcome as long as they can keep up (we’re not fast, trust me).

Jael and Dr. Meghan provide Fear Free training tips to help your dog walk nicely on a loose leash. We do not accept any dog on a slip lead or a choke, prong, or shock collar into our club. If your dog needs training, it will be with positive reinforcement, so don’t feed your dog before the walk, and bring lots of tasty treats. Jael conducts a private 2-session Leash Walk Boot Camp Training Course for anyone whose dogs need of more assistance.

Everyone is welcome to join us in this free community event. So grab a dog, your family, and a human friend, and hang out with us!


April 21
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
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Dr. Meghan
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