Overnight dog care in Casa Grande

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How it works

Skip the kennel

Sittings take place at your home and boardings take place at your pet caregiver's home.

Flexible transportation

All pet caregivers offer pick-up and drop-off for boarding services.

Live updates

Your pet caregiver will send photos and videos throughout the service in addition to a thorough report card.

What is Wag!?

Wag! is the nation's fastest-growing network of pre-screened and insured pet sitters and dog walkers. In less than 15 minutes you can book a nearby dog sitter, daycare provider, or dog walker, who'll take complete care of your loved one - at their place or yours.

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Micheal QCasa Grande, AZ

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“Ready to care for your pet!”

I'm Micheal! I've always loved walking and dog sitting for my family and friends. I love meeting new dogs. I would love to give your pet the best care while keeping them healthy and happy!

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Can run with dogs, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Ana RCasa Grande, AZ

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My name is Ana Rodríguez, I love dogs, they are adorable, they are so affectionate, they are loyal and friendly, I like to see when they go out to walk the joy they have, mudven el rabito, they spin around with joy, that makes me feel excited, love

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Doreen SCasa Grande, AZ

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“Love my Dogs and our Dog Walking Adventures!”

Hi I'm Doreen, I've loved dogs since I was a little girl and I enjoy going on walking adventures with my dogs! I have experience walking many dogs, and I have worked with a local Dogwalking business which I earned experience with following professional procedures while walking dogs. Furthermore, I have an athletic 5 year old, Pomeranian mix named, "Sammy," who I enjoy going on many adventures walking with. Please contact me through wag if you want your dog to enjoy a fun walk

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Can run with dogs, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Angela DCasa Grande, AZ

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I have grow up with dogs since I was a young kid. My mom and dad had 3 dogs at a time. I live waking and hiking. I take care of my moms and friends loved ones(dogs). I get the enjoyment from walking dogs as the dog gets out of warm rubs and steps on each walk. I board my moms dogs at my house and watch my girlfriend pups at her house. I look forward to showing your loved ones the attention just like you would. Thank you for taking time to read.

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Wendy VCasa Grande, AZ

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Experienced, loving and trustworthy I have been working with dogs of all types for 30 years, I started raising dogs at a young age. I understand all types of dog personalities. I can handle some ongoing training needs while you are away. I also adore cats, and living creatures of all kinds. You deserve to know that your furr babies will be treated well, and with love. You can count on that with my services. You can rest easy. I will listen to your requests and follow through on what your pet needs. If you would like to use my services, please feel free to set up a meet and greet so that you can ask questions and see if it's a good fit! Thank you for considering my services

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Dog Boarding in Casa Grande

Welcome to Casa Grande, Arizona! Named after the Hohokam Indian Ruins, Casa Grande is located just 50 miles from Phoenix and 30 miles from Sonoran Desert National Monument. 

The Valley Humane Society (VHS) in Casa Grande is a private, non-profit 501c(3) organization that helps 1,000 dogs and cats each year. VHS accepts owner surrenders, takes in strays, reconnects lost pets with their human companions, and offers drop-in vaccine clinics. Located on three acres, VHS is a no-kill shelter and doesn’t receive any government funding. While pets housed at city and county shelters must be adopted or claimed within three to ten days, VHS will care for its furry residents until the right fur-ever home is found. Private donations fund all of VHS’s programs and services.

There are a number of activities in the Casa Grande area sure to please both humans and pups. If you’re visiting in the summer months, be aware that summer temps are often in the 90s and have been known to break 100 degrees. Hot diggety dog! So, bring lots of water for you and your fur-friend.

Upcoming Dog Friendly Events Casa Grande

Doggie Dive-In, Palm Island Family Aquatic Center

48
Admission
$2.00

Month
September

Doggie Dive-In, Palm Island Family Aquatic Center

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Each September, before closing for the season, the Palm Island Family Aquatic Center invites water-loving dogs to take a dip in their pool! The annual Doggie Dive-In event is popular with both hounds and their human friends. For competitive pups, the event has been known to feature a best-doggie-bathing-suit contest. So, grab your pup, pack a beach bag, and watch as your furry swimmer doggy paddles his heart out!

Doggie Dive-In, Palm Island Family Aquatic Center

48
Admission
$2.00

Month
September

Doggie Dive-In, Palm Island Family Aquatic Center

48

Each September, before closing for the season, the Palm Island Family Aquatic Center invites water-loving dogs to take a dip in their pool! The annual Doggie Dive-In event is popular with both hounds and their human friends. For competitive pups, the event has been known to feature a best-doggie-bathing-suit contest. So, grab your pup, pack a beach bag, and watch as your furry swimmer doggy paddles his heart out!

A Leash on Life Dog Park

36
Admission
FREE!

Duration
Dawn-Dusk Year-Round

A Leash on Life Dog Park

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You know your pup loves it, and getting outside is good for you, too! So, take a stroll at A Leash on Life Dog Park, located within the city’s Ed Hooper Rodeo Park. This off-leash dog park features two fenced areas, a dog drinking fountain, grassy play area, granite walking path, and shaded seating. After Rufus is dog-tired, you can leash up and explore the Ed Hooper Rodeo Park’s other amenities, including a sports complex, children’s playground, picnic area, restrooms, rodeo facilities, outdoor amphitheater, and archery range!

A Leash on Life Dog Park

36
Admission
FREE!

Duration
Dawn-Dusk Year-Round

A Leash on Life Dog Park

36

You know your pup loves it, and getting outside is good for you, too! So, take a stroll at A Leash on Life Dog Park, located within the city’s Ed Hooper Rodeo Park. This off-leash dog park features two fenced areas, a dog drinking fountain, grassy play area, granite walking path, and shaded seating. After Rufus is dog-tired, you can leash up and explore the Ed Hooper Rodeo Park’s other amenities, including a sports complex, children’s playground, picnic area, restrooms, rodeo facilities, outdoor amphitheater, and archery range!

Casa Grande Mountain Trails

24
Admission
FREE!

Duration
Dawn - Dusk, Year-Round

Casa Grande Mountain Trails

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Just ten miles from Casa Grande you and your pooch can explore the natural beauty of this 1,000-acre park. Seventeen miles of mixed-use trails wind through rugged, Sonoran Desert landscape. At its highest point, the mountain reaches an elevation of 2,538 feet! Looking for an easy and accessible hike? Head to the northern Peart Trailhead. For those seeking more challenging terrain, start your hike at the Arica Trailhead. Established trails are marked but it’s a good idea to download the park’s trail map before heading out. Wildcats do live in the area, so keep pets leashed as you take in the mountain and valley views!

Casa Grande Mountain Trails

24
Admission
FREE!

Duration
Dawn - Dusk, Year-Round

Casa Grande Mountain Trails

24

Just ten miles from Casa Grande you and your pooch can explore the natural beauty of this 1,000-acre park. Seventeen miles of mixed-use trails wind through rugged, Sonoran Desert landscape. At its highest point, the mountain reaches an elevation of 2,538 feet! Looking for an easy and accessible hike? Head to the northern Peart Trailhead. For those seeking more challenging terrain, start your hike at the Arica Trailhead. Established trails are marked but it’s a good idea to download the park’s trail map before heading out. Wildcats do live in the area, so keep pets leashed as you take in the mountain and valley views!

BowWow Meow Thrift Shop

12
Admission
FREE!

Duration
Daily Hours Vary

BowWow Meow Thrift Shop

12

While you can’t actually shop with your pup, you can support local shelter animals while digging for treasures at the BowWow Meow Thrift Shop! Operated by the Valley Humane Society (VHS), BowWow Meow is located in historic downtown Casa Grande. From furniture to collectibles to clothing, BowWow Meow has something for everyone. All profits from the thrift store support VHS, benefiting 1,000 dogs and cats each year. Thrifting is so fetch right now!

BowWow Meow Thrift Shop

12
Admission
FREE!

Duration
Daily Hours Vary

BowWow Meow Thrift Shop

12

While you can’t actually shop with your pup, you can support local shelter animals while digging for treasures at the BowWow Meow Thrift Shop! Operated by the Valley Humane Society (VHS), BowWow Meow is located in historic downtown Casa Grande. From furniture to collectibles to clothing, BowWow Meow has something for everyone. All profits from the thrift store support VHS, benefiting 1,000 dogs and cats each year. Thrifting is so fetch right now!

Picacho Peak State Park

0
Admission
$7.00

Duration
Dawn-Dusk, Year Round

Picacho Peak State Park

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Thirty minutes south of Casa Grande you can’t miss the unique and prominent 1,500-foot peak of Picacho Peak State Park! The park is open year-round and leashed dogs are welcome. Come explore this geological wonder, camp in the desert landscape, and learn about the history of the area. A couple of easy hiking trails are doable for most dogs, but be aware that hiking trails at the park vary in difficulty. Pay attention to signs, wear sturdy shoes, and use your best judgement when it comes to furry hiking partners. And don’t forget to bring water for humans and pups—the park recommends carrying 2-4 liters per person (or pooch)!

Picacho Peak State Park

0
Admission
$7.00

Duration
Dawn-Dusk, Year Round

Picacho Peak State Park

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Thirty minutes south of Casa Grande you can’t miss the unique and prominent 1,500-foot peak of Picacho Peak State Park! The park is open year-round and leashed dogs are welcome. Come explore this geological wonder, camp in the desert landscape, and learn about the history of the area. A couple of easy hiking trails are doable for most dogs, but be aware that hiking trails at the park vary in difficulty. Pay attention to signs, wear sturdy shoes, and use your best judgement when it comes to furry hiking partners. And don’t forget to bring water for humans and pups—the park recommends carrying 2-4 liters per person (or pooch)!