Connection. Education. Exercise.
We bring dogs and their people together for exercise, education, and socialization in a positive, welcoming, and fun environment.
About the Club
The NH Dog Walking Club, which launched in December 2018 as a community outreach program, brings dogs and their people together for exercise, education, and socialization in a positive, welcoming, and fun environment.
Since December 2018, we have welcomed over 2,000 dog lovers from NH and neighboring states to our online Facebook Community. Our vision is to build a community of dog owners who are dedicated to the health and wellness of their pets using positive reinforcement techniques and sustainable pet care practices.
Fun events for dogs and their people
Monthly, the Club hosts fun and unique events from the seacoast area to southern Maine, down to the Massachusetts border and over to Concord. By the end of summer 2021, we expect to be in the lakes region, and by the end of 2022, throughout all of New Hampshire.
Annually, the Club supports three NH pet industry nonprofits through its Charitable Partner’s Program by raising awareness and funds for their organizations.
The Club is a closed membership that opens four times each year, for 10 days only, to welcome new members on March 20th, June 20th, September 20th and December 20th. Our Facebook Community is open year round however, and dog lovers are welcome to join at anytime.
Events & Activities
We host 7-10 events monthly for dogs and their people, including official club walks, special events, nature walks, pop-up walks, hikes and hops, doggy socials, pack adventures, online presentations, doggy craft classes, and much more!
partner with us
We offer marketing and collaboration opportunities to companies year-round with our expert members and charitable partners as well as exclusive access to our community.
Are you a NH-based pet professional? Join the Club and take part in a unique, collaborative, marketing opportunity which allows you exclusive access to our community.
Annually, we partner with a NH-based, 501 (c)(3) pet non-profit to help create awareness of their mission and raise funds to support their cause.
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