Skip the kennel
Sittings take place at your home and boardings take place at your pet caregiver's home.
All pet caregivers offer pick-up and drop-off for boarding services.
Your pet caregiver will send photos and videos throughout the service in addition to a thorough report card.
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.
Hi I’m Laura and I have decided to do wag because I love animals. I have experience with dog sitting and walking. I am excited to meet some new furry friends!
I have my own pup I have trusted other Wag! Walkers with and it was nerve wracking at first so I want to help put other anxious dog owners at ease so they know I will take good care of their loved ones!
Top Pet Caregiver
“~new Wag! employee~ A woman's bff is her dog!”
Hello pet lovers! My name is Megan and I would love to walk your pup! I am working for Wag! because I will be attending graduate studies for the Fall of 2020. As a result, I don’t think it is fair to have one of my own since I won’t be able to dedicate the proper time it takes to love, nurture, and play with a pup! That’s why I’m here! I have been walking dogs for years and would love the opportunity to help you out!
Top Pet Caregiver
Dog first aid and/or CPR, Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
Hi! I’m Anna. I’m a Boston College grad originally from Fargo, North Dakota. I love to hike and spend a lot of time outdoors. I also love to read and paint. One of my favorite things when I come home and visit my family is to spend time outside with our pup Lucy outdoors. Can’t wait to spend some time with your dog and enjoy the walk as much as they do!
Hi! I’m Madelyn (Maddie) and I’m a responsible, caring, and hard working college student looking to help you out by walking your pup(s)! I have grown up with dogs, big and small, and am comfortable with all breeds! I am looking forward to meeting your dog(s) and hope to help you out!
Senior dog care
My name is Kenzie and I’ve been passionate about taking care of animals since I’ve been young, which has led me to pursue a degree in veterinary technology. I have recently completed the second year of my degree and have years of experience with working in boarding facilities, fostering, volunteering, and owning high maintenance pets.
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience
“Three words to describe Lea: “loves animals a lot””
Hi! My name is Lea and I am currently enrolled in university for Nursing! I am an animal lover and actually always wanted to be a veterinarian but I could never put an animal down, I love them too much! I have been a dog walker for 10 years now and always give the dog the most love and care they deserve, which is all my love and care!
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, Fast walker, Dogs who pull
Running almost entirely from their foster family network, 4 Luv of Dog Rescue partners with dozens of rescues and shelters through North Dakota to find forever homes for pups in need. Offering resources on how to deal with the loss of a pet, pet-friendly housing, and city ordinances on pet ownership, this rescue does all it can to provide the Fargo community with everything it needs to prevent homeless animals. When they are not boosting their foster network, this shelter works closely with the Spay Neuter Impact Project (SNIP).
Diamond in the Ruff Rescue operates entirely on the time and generosity of volunteers in order to rescue and rehabilitate the homeless animals of Fargo. It is their goal to prevent homelessness through desexing, education, and advocacy against breed discrimination. This rescue’s doors are open to animals of all breeds, species, and sizes - including exotics. Founded by one woman with a dream and affinity for pitties, Diamond in the Ruff has been rescuing animals for almost a decade.
The largest shelter in the Fargo area, Homeward Animal Shelter has been in operation for over fifty years! Having rescued over 25,000 animals thus far, this shelter works closely with nearly one hundred community partners to ensure homeless and abandoned animals always have somewhere to go. Homeward hosts a low-cost microchip clinic and is a proud partner with the Safe Paws Program, which offers refuge to pets coming from domestic violence situations. Additionally, this shelter offers discounts on adoption fees for prospective adopters that are either seniors or in the military.
Going on its near 30 year anniversary, Homeward Animal Shelter’s Paws Walk raises funds to provide animals with veterinary care, food, and shelter supplies all year round! Each July, hundreds come to Rheault Farm to walk with their best pals - both biped and quadruped - for a half-mile fun run around the farm. Afterwards, participants are invited to the pet party, featuring vendors, children’s games, live music, and catering. At $25 minimum to participate, racers are encouraged to join a team and raise money to earn prizes. Not to mention, sponsors of the event have agreed to match all donations that exceed $75!
All a part of Fargo’s huge FM Pride weekend, Pride in the Park kicks off on Island Park in celebration of the LGBTQIA community. People come from far and wide to celebrate Pride in Fargo this weekend, and this event gives space for all to love and be loved. A pet pride contest will take place in between live entertainment for pups to strut their stuff and sissy that walk. When pet parents aren’t gearing up for the contest and Pride parade the following day, they can shop the local vendors, network with local LGBTQ organizations, and grab an Insta-worthy rainbow bite to eat!
In the midst of the hottest month of the year, South Park Pool puts on the Doggy Dip series in the middle of August to benefit the upkeep of Morehead Dog Park! Dogs all of all sizes are welcome, so long as they are vaccinated and able to doggy paddle. At only $2.50 for admission, grab a lawn chair and a cooler while your four-legged friend runs wild in the wading pool. This special event only happens once a year before the pool closes down for the frigid winter months, so don’t miss it!
Running from the beginning of July through the end of October, the Red River Market sweeps the streets of Downtown Fargo each Saturday. The Red River Market provides the community with hundreds of low-cost options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner! The vendors come from far and wide to sell produce, meats, cheeses, flowers, and just about everything else under the sun! Whether you are shopping for a gift from one of the DIY homeware stands or just stopping to get a quick bite with Fido, Red River Market has everything you could ask for while you walk the beautiful downtown promenade.
Beat the summer heat in the street at the annual Downtown Fargo Street Fair, situated right on Broadway! This is one of North Dakota’s biggest free events of the year and it lasts all weekend long. Leashed dogs are welcome to come along and enjoy live music, food trucks, local breweries, and so much more. There are several areas for the kids to play in while the adults visit the handicraft marketplace. This street festival seeks to bring art and the community together, featuring local artists, nonprofits, and craftsman to make Fargo just a little more creative than it was the year before!
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