Duvall is going to the dogs! Our pets are an important part of our lives and there are many local resources for your furry friend in Duvall to keep him a happy and healthy part of the family. Rocking ‘E’ Feeds has been serving the Valley since 1993 and is your source for high quality pet food, animal health and grooming supplies. Cherry Valley Veterinary Hospital and Duvall Veterinary Hospital can both take great care of your family pet, with routine and preventative services and surgical care for small animals.
Duvall has a small, unofficial 3-acre off-leash dog park. It can be accessed by a trail behind the Duvall Tech Center or by walking ¼-mile south on the Snoqualmie Valley Trail from Depot Park. The park is not fenced, but the mowed area is surrounded by thick brush. For other dog park options in the area, check out http://bit.ly/TVHhq7. Be sure to stop in to Best Buddy Dog Wash before and after your trip – first for toys, then after for a clean up in their self-service dog wash!
You can even grab a bite to eat in Duvall with your dog! The Duvall Tavern, Red Pepper Pizzeria and Duvall Grill all offer casual outdoor seating where pets are welcome in accordance with state law. Most of these areas allow you to place your pet on the opposite side of outdoor fencing, but it’s good to check with the manager just in case. (Service Dogs are the exception)
If you’re away at work or on vacation, there are several local services to make sure your dog still enjoys great company and play time! Camp Charlie offers pick up and drop off to their 37 acre dog playground where dogs can run, swim and play. Golden Leash Pet Spa & Getaway offers air-conditioned and heated mini apartments for your pet in a quiet and relaxed atmosphere. Pets can leave freshly bathed with their on-site grooming service, as well. If Pet-Friendly Duvall your pet prefers the comforts of home, Good Guardian In-Home Pet Care will come to your house to feed, water, walk, administer medications and perform a welfare check of your 4-legged friend.
If you are a senior citizen with a pet, The Sno-Valley Senior Center offers a monthly dry pet food service sponsored through the Humane Society of Bellevue. To qualify, all pets must be spayed and neutered and owner’s income must be less than $11,000 for an individual or $14,000 for a couple. Applications are available at the front desk.