Dog walking in Kimberly

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How it works

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Flexible scheduling

Select the date and time that best suit your needs. Want a walk ASAP? We’ve got you covered.

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Customized for your pup

Choose between a 20-minute, 30-minute, or 60-minute stroll for your dog.

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Follow along

Track your walk with our live GPS tracker, then view your detailed report card after the walk.

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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Misty FKimberly, AL

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“All you need is love. And a dog.”

Hi! I’m Misty. My spouse and I have a pack of 3 large dogs of our own. I was raised with dogs and love them so! I also love to be active. I run, bike and hike regularly and walk my own dogs every day. Walking your pups is a perfect combination of two of my great loves! Can’t wait to hang out with your fur babies!

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

Candace MKimberly, AL

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Hi, I'm Candace. I’ve walked a number of dogs through wag, and I really enjoy meeting all the different good boys n girls. I love a happy pooch, and I can’t wait to meet yours!

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Hannah MKimberly, AL

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Hi my name is Hannah, I have loved dogs my whole life! I have been a Wag! Walker for about 2.5 years. I have experience house sitting as well. Each dog that I have had the pleasure of meeting has warmed my heart with their sweet, unique and loving personalities. I look forward to walking your dog!

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

Ana SKimberly, AL

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Hi! My name is Ana. I love all animals, especially pups! I'm 25 years old and applying to graduate school this summer and am trying to save up some money before I start! I can't wait to meet and walk your dog! Yay

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Caroline GKimberly, AL

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Howdy!! I’m Caroline and I am a recent Auburn Graduate with an animal science degree. Upon moving to Birmingham, I adopted an 8-week old rescue puppy named Maeby, and we live comfortably in the Highland area. Animals have all my admiration, and when it come to taking care of others’ precious pups, I go the extra mile.

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Reagan LKimberly, AL

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“I wash my hands and adore all pets!”

Hi, my name is Reagan and I love dogs of all shapes and sizes! I’ve had experience with dogs from tiny newborns to the wobbly elderly, and from little terriers all the way up to Great Danes and German Shepherds. I love spending time and playing with all the fur babies no matter what breed or age! Being a dog owner myself, I know how important it is for pup parents to find good people to take care of their babies. I’ll take care of other pets just as well as I do my little Arya, so don’t worry!

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience, Potty training

Courtney GKimberly, AL

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“Anything is paws-ible with a dog by your side :)”

I am currently in college. I go to the University of Alabama at Birmingham. I am studying to become a veterinarian. I have 2 dogs and 4 cats myself. After a long morning of classes, I would very much enjoy taking the rest of my time caring and walking your babies.

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Dog first aid and/or CPR, Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care

Aaliyah RKimberly, AL

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“A dog smiles when they wag their tails!”

Hi! My name is Aaliyah, and have been working with animals since I was 13. We can say that dogs are man's bestfriend and man's bestfriend deserves all the fun and excitement that the outdoors has to offer. Besides, what better way can you treat your furry bff? Of course, with outdoor fun! This is the reason why I want to be apart of your furry bff's life and to bring that fun and excitement with exercising them. Can't wait to meet your furry bff and be able to be apart of their daily life!

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Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Therapy training, Service training, Puppy training

Kelsey SKimberly, AL

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“Scratch a dog and you’ll find a permanent job.” – Franklin P. Jones I am a trained individual looking to make some extra income in the best way possible by having the chance to get to know lots of dogs and help people who need it. I worked at a dog daycare facility for 3 years working very closely with dogs of all ages, sizes, and breeds. I have experience, bathing, dog walking, administering medicine, and cleaning up after dogs.

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Kham NKimberly, AL

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“Dog’s Best Friend”

My name is Kham Nguyen and I am from Florence, Alabama but I am here attending UAB. I enjoy working with dogs and just being around them. I volunteered at an animal shelter when I was younger in my hometown and this allowed me spend time with all sorts of dogs and puppies. I like to think that my passion and experience makes it easier for dogs to be comfortable around me, which makes it easier for me to work with any canine companion.

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Dog Walking in Kimberly

Originally founded as a station on the stage coach route in the 1830s, Kimberly still keeps a brisk pace for a town of 3,000 thanks to its proximity to Birmingham along the I-65 corridor north of the city. A veterinary practice is 1.5 miles north of Kimberly in Warrior, AL, plus two more a few miles south in Gardendale. Specialists and emergency hospitals are available in other parts of Birmingham.

Whether you’re looking for a quick stretch or a bigger adventure, you’ll find parks aplenty near Kimberly. Kimberly City Park is small and friendly, like Kimberly itself. Walk your pack on the grassy lawns that circle the sports fields and playground and sniff out some of your neighbors.

Just north in Warrior, however, you’ll find a larger place to play. The Rickwood Caverns State Park — about 10 miles from Kimberly — protects some fascinating underground geological features. Your pups can’t join you on a cave tour, but they can help you can examine the fossils visible in the exposed rocks along the one-mile loop Fossil Mountain Hiking Trail.

Less than 20 miles to the south, Birmingham can provide anything Kimberly can’t. The city has more than 120 restaurants that welcome dogs at outdoor tables, which is ideal since al fresco dining weather starts in early spring and runs into late fall here in Alabama. Your pups will get pawsitively frisky about the many parks and trails that highlight Birmingham’s rolling hills and leafy tree cover, too. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Kimberly

Fultondale

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
745 per sq. mi.

Fultondale

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Just 11 miles south of Kimberly, the Black Creek Park in Fultondale can please both timid and adventurous dogs. The park features a paved, well-lighted one-mile walking trail along the stream. Or, try the longer Black Creek Park Trail. Part of a Rails-to-Trails program, this 3-mile trail takes you farther off the beaten path but is easy to follow thanks to the converted train tracks. Best of all is the Bark Park! With a waste station and fenced areas for both small and large dogs, this off-leash play place adjacent to the children’s playground will give your fur babies the chance to goof off with some new friends. 

South Eastlake

36
Population Density
1,453 per sq. mi.

South Eastlake

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Your dogs have probably been talking about Ruff-ner Mountain for years now. One of Birmingham’s most unique trail systems, Ruffner Mountain is 20 miles southeast of Kimberly in the South Eastlake neighborhood of Birmingham. This 1,040-acre nature preserve was created by a community coalition of hikers, conservationists, and dog lovers. There is so much to explore that we suggest downloading a trail map from their website. Each of the 17 suggested walks highlights different aspects of the mountain’s ecosystem, from fossils to wildflowers to the humble opossum. The most ambitious pups can catch the steep Overlook Trail in Gray Fox Gap: if the overlook itself doesn’t wear them out, the ascent to 1,100-foot Sloss Peak probably will.

Downtown

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,414 per sq. mi.

Downtown

24

About 21 miles from Kimberly, Railroad Park in Birmingham’s city center feels like the middle of everything. The 19-acre park is sometimes called “Birmingham’s Living Room” thanks to its prime location and popularity, and your pups will make themselves right at home! With the park’s lake, streams, and water features, dogs can pick their splashing spots on a hot day. The 0.75-mile outer loop trail and three shorter trails are perfect for running off some energy, but your lazier friends can stretch out on the lawns and relax in the sunshine. For total relaxation, cross the street to the Good People Brewing Company: You can sample their local beers on the patio and are welcome bring both outside food and your doggos to share it with.

Garden Highlands

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,453 per sq. mi.

Garden Highlands

12

Red Mountain Park is 26 miles from Kimberly on the southern side of Birmingham, but worth the trip if your dogs like hiking. The park has 15 miles of dog-friendly trails to explore along the slopes of Red Mountain. Bring your camera: social media really needs a photo of your dog contemplating the skyline at one of the two vista overlooks! Plus, you’ll want to capture Spot’s face when he sees Remy’s Dog Park for the first time. The largest dog park in Alabama and part of the Red Mountain Park complex, Remy’s is a beautiful place for making new friends during some off-leash playtime. All dogs are welcome: the park has small- and large-dog enclosures as well as a special-needs area. 

Central Ave

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Population Density
3,070 per sq. mi.

Central Ave

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The suburb of Homewood in Birmingham is 23 miles from Kimberly, but we think your dogs would enjoy that car ride a great deal. (Plus, it would be easy to combine a visit to Red Mountain Park with a stop in Homewood for an epic day out.) Why make the journey? To shop at the Whole Dog Market. You can browse premium food and puppy apparel, but don’t forget the treats! Whole Dog partners with a family-owned ranch in Georgia to harvest humanely-raised cattle for their own line of hand-crafted rawhide chews and treats. These rawhides are so good that Spot might even forget about the self-service dog wash station! After you get some retail therapy, relax at one of the 12 dog-friendly restaurants in Homewood.