How to book pet caregivers near me
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.
Why find pet care through Wag!?
Wag! is the nation's fastest-growing network of vetted and background checked pet sitters, overnight boarding, dog walkers, dog trainers, and even virtual vet chat. Schedule ahead for pet care while you are away, or book on-demand pet care during the workday. In 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.
Read reviews of Salem, OR dog walkers
Awesome as always! Abbygale really makes sure my dogs are taken care of and not over exerted during walks when it s hot outside!
So thoughtful and lots of updates
my pup loves her
Waffles came home happy and exhausted lol. Exactly what we were wanting. Will definitely be using Daniel as my go to walker!!
Thank you, Lacey. Mission Accomplished! Great job. They were both tuckered out when they got home.
Jessica is so nice and treated Poe like the King he is. Even allowed a little respite time for him to recover. :)
Shiela really is the best. positive, on time and meticulous and so gentle.
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The best dog friendly neighborhoods in Salem
Minto-Brown Island Park
The Minto-Brown Island Park is a scenic place to play off-leash in the designated dog area. Owners love the open area, but make sure your dog will come when you signal as this park is unfenced. There are also leash trails and river access. The park connects to the Downtown Riverfront Park as well as the Wallace Marine Park. A tail-wagging adventure awaits, complete with walks with your pooch and romps with your human and canine friends!
Salem Farmer’s Market
From April through October, you can browse the booths of the Salem Farmer’s Market - pooch in tow! The market is great for fresh flowers and locally grown vegetables, fruits, homemade goods, crafts and even local dog food! Every other week, there are specially themed events, like pie fruits or how to make preserves. Pet policy requires your pup be on a leash, under control, and friendly. A beautiful, small market, the Salem Farmer's Market allows to stroll around with your dog - who will be most delighted by the sights and smells!
Keizer Rapids Park and Dog Park
The Keizer Rapids Park and Dog Park is the largest, fenced, off-leash dog park in the area and lies along the Willamette River. It is a non-profit that provides shelters, benches, raised water bowls for the dogs, a drinking fountain, message kiosk, and a year-round ADA portable toilet. There are also playgrounds customized for tots and school-age children. This is easily a play place for the whole family!
Pinot and Pups
Wine clubs are not just for people! Your dog is invited to become a member of the Pinot and Pups Membership Club at the Keeler Vineyards. Membership includes vineyard puppy playdates, an organic dog treat, a bandana, and the chance to become Doggie of the Month on the website. The Keeler Vineyard is a certified biodynamic vineyard located close to Salem in nearby Amity, Oregon. They host an annual Pinot and Pups Wine Auction for Leader Dogs for the Blind. Be sure to check it out. Bone Appetit!
Frogs and Dogs Festival
Rogue Farms in nearby Independence, Oregon is very dog-friendly! The hopyard includes play areas for lawn games and walks through the garden to the Willamette River. They sponsor a Frogs and Dogs Festival each September, known as your “friendly, neighborhood” beer festival that includes a dog parade, best trick competition, musical “sit” chairs, a rescue team, and dance party! Sounds like a hoot!
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