Overnight dog care in Greensboro

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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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Kathryn AGreensboro, NC

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“Love is a four-legged word”

Hi, I’m Katie! I grew up in NC with a love for all animals, they each have their own unique and beautiful qualities! I’ve plenty of experience working with hundreds of dogs: giving walks, 1-on-1 playtimes, and running a doggy daycare. Now, I walk on a daily basis, and I would love to have the opportunity to make your pup’s day better with a little extra quality time! I will treat your fur baby with love and care, and will strive to ensure that you and your pup have the best experience possible!

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

May HGreensboro, NC

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“Gentle Care, True Service”

Hi, I'm May! I love dogs and plan to give your pups the best care possible. I occasionally volunteer at local animal shelters and have about 9 years of experience when it comes to handling cats and dogs.

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

Luis EGreensboro, NC

4.9

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Hola, I'm Luis. I grew up in Mexico City owning a pack of dogs. An Alaskan Malamute named BUTLER then came DOUGLAS, a Siberian Husky, ZOCO a Sherman Shepherd, a toy pooch MINI the Maltese and finally, my over social MOCHA, an stupendous female Boxer that I brought to America. She was the reason that kept me fit and put me in contact with other dog owners for the last 2 decades. She Made me realized the importance and difference of being a Dog Lover vs a Dog Parent. I will be treating your dogs with the same love and care resulting in a positive WAG experience. Happy dogs make happy owners.

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Megan CGreensboro, NC

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I have always and will always be a dog person! I have been taking care of dogs (and cats!) for over 10 years. With a doggy best friend of my own, I know how important care for your best friend is. I intend to give them every bit of care they deserve.

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Amanda BGreensboro, NC

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Hello! My name is Amanda Baalke! I'm 33 years old and live in the Southwest school district in the Greensboro/High Point area. I have always had a connection with animals, especially dogs. Starting as a child, I volunteered at my local humane society. I would go in the morning and spend the whole day walking as many dogs as I could. I was always overwhelmed by the love and joy I could see on the dog's faces. That has always been, and still is, my "happy place." I currently have a 2 year old male Siberian Husky. My goal is to become a foster home for special-needs dogs. I love, respect, and appreciate dogs of all sized and breeds. Every pup deserves love and compassion. I have taken classes from a certified dog trainer to learn the mannerisms and body-language of dogs. I also learned how to quickly and appropriately respond to any situation that we may encounter during our walks. I am looking forward to meeting your sweet pup soon!

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Donald CGreensboro, NC

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“I can't wait to meet your fur-baby!!”

Hi my name is Donald. I grew up with dogs and absolutely love them! I don't have any dogs of my own currently so spending time with the furry friends on Wag really brightens my day! I'm also a certified personal trainer who loves to stay active and give both people and doggies alike the exercise that they need to stay happy and healthy! I will always jog/run as long as your dog wants to and it is safe (not too hot outside.)

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

Jordan MGreensboro, NC

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“Walk, sit, play!”

I'm Jordan "JoMo" Morris. iillustrator and dog walker extraordinaire! I have two pups of my own but I am godfather to many haha. Since I work for myself I have more free time than most so choose to spend it with dogs. I have lots of time and experience with large breeds, older and special needs dogs. Ive been doing this full time for the last 3 years but Ive been around animals all my life. Stoked to meet all your fur babies!

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Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care

Catherine FGreensboro, NC

4.9

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“Who let the dogs out?”

Hi! My name is Catherine and I am 20 years old I have lived in Durham, North Carolina my whole life and love it here. I attend the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. I plan to have a career as a PA. I focus most of my time on school, soccer, and weight lifting. I love being active and I love having a pal to be active with. My whole life I have loved dogs. There has not been a dog I have met that I do not like and can not wait to meet yours!

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

Ryan MGreensboro, NC

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I might have been a dog in my past life:) I grew up with dogs/absolutely love them to death and they love me. Today I work from home and watch my roommates dog China on a regular basis. We go on walks, hikes in the mountains and try new dog parks all the time. She likes to chase squirrels/her tennis ball and meet new doggie friends. I would eventually like to start my own dog walking/sitting business so I thought this would be a great start!

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Ginger VGreensboro, NC

4.8

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My name is Ginger and I am very excited about animals. I have 3 dogs and 3 cats of my own. I know dogs take a lot of work and I am here to help you! I understand it can be hard to find a responsible and caring person to care of your fur-babies when you are away from home. I am 42 years old and have my own car. Please let me know when I can help you with your animals!

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Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care

Dog Boarding in Greensboro

When dogs in Greensboro fall on hard times, there’s a thriving community of animal lovers ready to help them get back on their paws. There are numerous animal rescue and animal welfare groups in the region, such as Red Dog Farm Animal Rescue Network.

Founded in 2006 by Garland and Gary Graham, this charity is dedicated to rehabilitating, fostering, and adopting out animals of all shapes and sizes. As it does not have its own shelter facility, Red Dog Farm Animal Rescue Network relies on the hard work and dedication of foster carers. Since its inception, it has helped rehome almost 2,700 animals.

Animal Rescue & Foster Program is another group working to save the lives of animals in need. Founded in 1992, this non-profit charity provides temporary foster homes and medical care for abandoned puppies and kittens and then helps them find permanent homes with responsible owners. It doesn’t receive any government funding and relies entirely on donations from the private sector to survive.

Finally, no look at the area’s animal welfare groups would be complete without a mention of the SPCA of the Triad. Since 1994, this non-profit animal rescue group has dedicated its efforts to rescuing and rehabilitating abused, neglected, and injured animals throughout North Carolina. With your support, it can continue saving the lives of unwanted pets and ensure that all animals get the love and care they deserve.

Upcoming Dog Friendly Events Greensboro

Triad Dog Games

48
Admission
$6.00

Month
May

Duration
10am to 4pm

Triad Dog Games

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Is your active canine obsessed with any doggy sport he can get his paws on? If so, the Triad Dog Games is the event he’s been dreaming of! Held at the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds, this annual dog sports celebration features agility, freestyle disc, dock jumping, flyball, and more. There are entertaining demonstrations for you and your dog, a fun kids’ zone to keep the little ones happy, and vendors selling a huge range of pet products. The Triad Dog Games are organized by The Sergei Foundation, which helps save companion pets' lives by providing the financial assistance struggling families need to pay for essential veterinary care.

Just Fur Fun Day!

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Admission
FREE!

Month
September

Duration
10am to 2pm

Just Fur Fun Day!

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Looking for an event that provides plenty of dog-friendly fun for you and your pooch and also lets you raise money for a good cause at the same time? Welcome to Just Fur Fun Day!, an annual pet-acular held each September to support the SPCA of the Triad and its services. Held at the Piedmont Triad Farmers Market, the day promises something for everyone, with kids’ activities, live music, food trucks, and heaps of pet-related vendors. The SPCA has adoptable dogs on site, and the best part of all is that admission is free! So get all two- and four-legged members of the family together and join in the fun.

Spring Fever Paw-rade

24
Admission
$10.00

Month
May

Duration
12pm to 4pm

Spring Fever Paw-rade

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Springtime in North Carolina is a wonderful time to get out and about with your dog, making the Spring Fever Paw-rade an eagerly anticipated day out for dog lovers. Kicking off under the canopy outside the High Point Theatre, this pet-friendly parade winds its way through Downtown High Point and is quite simply a whole lot of fun. Pets and owners are encouraged to dress up in colourful and creative costumes, with plenty of cool prizes on offer for the best-dressed attendees. Pet adoptions, vendors, music, and raffles are also available on site, so your pooch’s tail will keep wagging all day long!

Pool Paws to Unchain Dogs

12
Admission
$10.00

Month
September

Duration
10am to 4pm

Pool Paws to Unchain Dogs

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Can you think of anything more enjoyable than taking a relaxing dip with your dog and a whole lot of other cute and cuddly canines? We can’t, which is why Pool Paws to Unchain Dogs is a mutts-do! Held at Ridgewood Swim & Tennis in September, this annual splash-athon is the paw-fect opportunity for your furry friend to get wet with all his canine pals. All proceeds from the event benefit Unchaining Greensboro, which is dedicated to encouraging locals to welcome their dogs inside where they can live as part of the family.

The Human Race

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Admission
$35.00

Month
April

Duration
From 9am

The Human Race

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Each April, the Human Race encourages the good people of Greensboro to get together and raise funds for their favorite non-profit. Hosted by the Volunteer Center of Greensboro, the event features a 5K walk/run and is the paw-fect chance to support a local pet rescue or animal welfare group. This feel-good event is held rain or shine and starts at the Greensboro Coliseum Complex, while there’s also a famous after-party that always promises plenty of fun. Best of all, leashed, well-behaved dogs are welcome to attend.