Dog walking in Austin

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

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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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“Professional Pet Care!”

Hi there, I am Jessica! I'm a pet sitter, dog walker, and also a pet parent to a pack of 6 rescue pups. I'm a volunteer with a few rescue groups too. I do a hand full of tasks but most often I will provide transportation from shelters to foster homes or from foster homes to fur-ever homes. Needless to say, I love dogs! When your pup is with me, they will get the same level of care and attention to detail that I give my own. Keeping your pup happy, healthy and safe is my priority!

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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, Potty training

“You’ll always know your baby is safe & having fun!”

Hello, my name is Alaina , I am the owner of a home and pet service! I have had dogs and taken care of them ever since I can remember. This lead me to sitting, and walking them when I got older. For the past 4 years this has been my full time job. I love meeting new animals and their personalities!

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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, Potty training, Service training, Puppy training

Dog Walking in Austin

Austin is a small town in Lonoke County, Arkansas. It is a pupperific place to call home if you love a town with a small population and a big heart. This town is full of small lakes and ponds, making for some of the prettiest sunrises and sunsets for miles. There are no animal hospitals in Austin, but there are some in the nearby towns just a short twenty minutes away. This ensures that your dog will have access to high-quality, compassionate care no matter what comes your way. You will need to keep your dog on a leash while making your way around Austin and the surrounding cities. 

Dog walkers are always welcome to explore the ponds that are spread throughout the city. You will need to clean up after your dog as you make your way around. Fourmile Creek is a pupular destination for dog walkers who need a fun place to cool off on a hot summer day. The town is close to a few major highways, which makes it pawfect for commuters who like small-town living. The land surrounding the creek is largely undeveloped, leaving plenty of open, natural space for you and your pup to peruse. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Austin

North Austin

48
Population Density
202 per sq. mi.

North Austin

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North Austin is a gorgeous rural area where you can take your dog for long, scenic walks after a long day of work. You will find the fresh air in this city agrees with you and your pup. You can take your dog to Magness Creek for tail-waggin' good fun in the sun. You will need doggy waste bags to clean up after yourselves. You will also need some clean towels waiting for you in the back of your car when you are finished splashing and sniffing the day away. Your dog will be all wags when he knows it's time to go outside in North Austin!

South Austin

36
Population Density
202 per sq. mi.

South Austin

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South Austin is a quiet neighborhood where you can walk your dog for a few minutes or a few hours. Just a short drive away to the south is the Anthony Schmidt Memorial County Park. This tranquil park is a great place to take your pup for a longer walk on a clear Saturday morning. You will enjoy plenty of sunshine and grass for rolling and playing fetch with your dog's favorite Frisbee or tennis ball. Just make sure you pack some water and plenty of doggy waste bags and clean up after yourselves before you leave for your next adventure.

Old Austin

24
Population Density
202 per sq. mi.

Old Austin

24

Old Austin is a historic neighborhood with plenty of markers for you to explore as you make your way around. There is an unnamed park on the north side of town where you can take your dog for an exciting afternoon of chasing after toys and making friends with other dogs. Just make sure you have your dog on a leash and you keep an eye on him for signs of stress if the park gets a little too busy during peak seasons. You will need your waste bags and some treats to coax your pup along when it is time to leave this pawfect little park.

Cabot

12
Population Density
798 per sq. mi.

Cabot

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Cabot is a charming little town with an air of excitement. Your dog will be all barks when it's time to head out for her walk if you are living or staying in Cabot. This town is less than twenty minutes away from Austin and has plenty to offer nature-loving canines and their doting humans. Cabot City Park is a puptastic green space where you can go with the entire family for dog-friendly fun and games. You can have a picnic or even a cookout at their grilling pavilions. You can bring your own tennis balls for an impromptu game of fetch.

Central Ward

0
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
662 per sq. mi.

Central Ward

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Central Ward is just a short 15-minute drive from Austin. It is well worth the drive if you are looking for a great off-leash adventure for your pup to build up his social skills. Ward Dog Park is a medium-sized fenced area where you can allow your dog to roam off-leash while making plenty of new friends. You should always keep your leash on hand just in case your dog needs some space from the others during your visit. Make sure you keep some waste bags on hand as well, as you will need to help keep the dog park pristine for the next round of pups!

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