Dog walking in Mesa

Book on demand and scheduled walks with local dog walkers

How it works

Flexible scheduling

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

Customized for your pup

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

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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April SMesa, AZ

4.9

(1956)

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“Dogs Are Therapy”

I have had dogs in my life for over 35 years. Currently I have 1 dog, love of my life, a Bernese Mountain Dog named Jewel. I am a pooper scooper, dog walker and dog sitter for a family for the past 6 years. My home is very dog friendly and I treat any pet as if they were my own. I have also volunteered at the Arizona Humane Society and HALO Animal Rescue. Breeds I have owned: Chow Chow, Golden Retriever, Basset Hound, Samoyed, Bernese Mountain Dog, Labradoodle, German Shepherd, Mixed Breeds.

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Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Leo TMesa, AZ

4.9

(1174)

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Hi, I'm Leo. I grew up with three dogs. One beagel, one German short haired pointer, and one mut. My family loved our dogs and would take them on lots of adventures such as hiking, and vacations. I also used to do volunteer work with the local humane society when I lived in Georgia. I can't wait to meet your dog!

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Stephanie CMesa, AZ

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“It’s always been “Puppy Love” for me!”

Hi, my name is Steff. I can't remember a time in my life that I didn't have at least one dog to love; my family currently shares our lives with two rescue dogs Harley and Frankie. I have a natural comfort around dogs and a healthy respect for them as well. I am interested in your specific pet and in making sure you are comfortable when I am helping you. I look forward to the opportunity to meet and take your dog on his/her next walking adventure and to help you keep your pup happy and healthy.

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Sara GMesa, AZ

4.9

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My name is Sara, I'm 25, and I'm currently a student. I've grown up with animals my entire life. I've always loved and taken care of them! I've been walking my own dogs for as long as I can remember!

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Jay LMesa, AZ

4.9

(803)

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“Who let the dogs out?!?”

Hello, I'm Jay. I am retired from 25 years in law enforcement in Arizona. I live in Chandler with my wife and we are both dog lovers. We purchased and built our home with dogs in mind and have a built in doggie door and a large fenced backyard with grass. I look forward to taking care of your pups either on a walk or boarding!

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Rachel KMesa, AZ

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(773)

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I have been walking dogs since I was 12 years old! I have two dogs of my own (bulldog and pug) and have grown up having dogs. Your pup is in great hands! I look forward to walking your pup!

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Kimberly CMesa, AZ

4.9

(675)

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Hello, My name is Kimberly I live in Phoenix Arizona and like you I am a lover of animals. I have experience with dogs of all types and breeds. I have three amazing dogs and love taking them on walks so why not help other pet parents walk their amazing dogs too. I take pet care/health very serious and I am dedicated on bringing that same care to your pet as well. Can’t wait to meet you and your best friend!

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Erin NMesa, AZ

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“Making your Wag! experience fun since 2016!”

I have raised both dogs and cats and volunteered for the Society to Prevent Cruelty to Animals. I have been petsitting for many years—all sizes from Chihuahuas to Saint Bernard. Having had several dogs through the years, I recognize that every dog is unique with their own personality, cares and needs. I love meeting new dogs and helping you keep your dog healthy, fit and happy is priority one! Not to mention, all the walking helps me out too!

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Lisa PMesa, AZ

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Hi, my name is Lisa and I am a huge animal lover. I currently have a dog named Princess and a cat named Bunni. I love walking my dog and started a side business in Chicago pet sitting and dog walking! I am very careful to make sure your pet is safe and happy! I also love taking pictures of your adorable pup to make sure you are also satisfied. I look forward to many fun walks with your pet!

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Cesar NMesa, AZ

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“This Wagster has walked a dog or two.”

I used to be an owner of 2 dogs and 2 cats living together. The dogs were more playful than the cats as you would expect. The cats were always in their own zone minding their business. All 4 (Both cats and both dogs) still got along well. I walked and fed the dogs every day and occasionally took them to dog parks. The dogs were trained by professionals, and I followed along with day by day instructions since they were puppies. One of them is 5, the other is 3. Now, I currently live with no pets.

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Dog Walking in Mesa

Dog Walking Fun Fact #1:

Playing with other dogs is more than just fun for your canine pal, it’s good for them too! Socializing with their peers helps dogs learn appropriate pup behavior, and builds their confidence. Whether you have a social butterfly or a shy wallflower, taking walks around your neighborhood, or to a Mesa dog park, is a great way to meet new playmates.

Dog Walking Fun Fact #2:

Exercising is more fun with your dog, and it’s just as good for them as it is for you. Daily activity can reduce your dog’s risk of obesity, diabetes and arthritis, and keep them living their best life longer. Whether exploring Mesa’s past on a stroll along the canals built by the Hohokam people, or just around the block, you and your dog will be paving the road to good health together.

Dog Walking Fun Fact #3:

It can get pretty quiet when you aren’t home. If your dog gets too bored, they could go looking for fun in all the wrong places! Save your rugs and pillows from destruction by taking your dog for lots of walks to stimulate their body and mind. For a real adventure, relive Old West history at the nearby Goldfield Ghost Town, where you and your pup can stroll past original storefronts, or through a historic gold mine.

Average Cost of Dog Walking in Mesa

When you aren’t home to get your dog moving, you may be looking to hire a dog walker in Mesa. Pupular 30-minute walks can average around $25, while longer 60-minute adventures can be as much as $36. Some services only work on weekdays, which means if your dog needs a walk on the weekend, you may be out of luck. And midday dog walkers could charge additional fees for walks before or after hours.

 Dog walkers with Wag! are available when your dog needs them most! Every day of the week, your dog can hit the streets of Mesa on a 20-minute stroll for $15, a 30-minute meander for $20, or a 60-minute walk for only $30. Whether in the early morning, afternoon or late-night hours, you’ll always pay the same rates. And if your active doggo needs a lot to get tuckered out, you’ll save 15% when you book multiple walks in advance.

All Wag! pet caregivers are thoroughly vetted and insured, and know your pup’s safety is important. You can always watch where your dog goes with real-time GPS tracking through the Wag! app. And with a report card after each walk, you’ll read all about your dog’s adventure.

Dog Parks in Mesa

You certainly won’t be the first to explore the pawsome areas of Mesa, but you and your pup will be in good company following the footsteps of the Hohokam people, early American settlers and gold miners.

Start your expedition in the pupular Northeast neighborhood with a trip to the Quail Run Dog Park. Nestled between the bustling Quail Run Park’s soccer complex and playground, this 3-acre off leash hot spot offers high fencing, drinking water, benches for pawrents, and a timid dog area.

Cruise on down to the hip, collegiate neighborhood of Central Mesa for a spin around the 25-acre Countryside Park. With sports areas and a shaded playground, your dog will be tugging the leash to get to the Countryside Dog Park. With a separate area for small dogs, and drinking water for both of you, your pup will love running on the grass, or relaxing under one of the shade trees.   

The Eastmark neighborhood attracts families and their pups with the furtastic green space of the Eastmark Great Park. Although the park offers amenities like picnic areas with grills, a playground, and a lake and walking trail, you pup will want to head straight to the Eastmark Dog Park to run wild in one of two sections for timid or active dogs. With benches and drinking fountains for both of you, this park is sure to be a hit.

To the east, you can find the Bella Via Dog Park amidst rows of homes in this residential section in Southeast Mesa. This one-size fits all fenced-in space offers a puptastic place to get the wiggles out with water, benches, and soft green grass for those paws.

Before visiting any off-leash areas, be sure your dog is fully vaccinated and licensed. Keep your dog on a leash no longer than 6 feet whenever outside off leash areas, and when entering and exiting them. Always have clean-up bags on hand to promptly pick up after your pooch. While many parks have water, it’s always a good idea to have more on hand as temperatures rise in Mesa.

Dog Walking in Mesa with Wag!

When life holds you back from the adventure, Wag! is your dog’s other best friend! Dog walkers with Wag! are ready to make your dog’s day while you are away.

Booking a walk is easy with Wag! Simply download the Wag! app, choose the date and time for a walk, then pick the pawfect length for your pup. You can select one-time walks for when your pup needs them most, recurring walks for the energy furball in your life, or even on-demand for walks in the same day. And with GPS tracking, and text and picture updates from your pet caregiver, you can always share in the excitement.

Got an active Mesa favorite? Dog walkers with Wag! know just how to tire out sporty Labrador Retrievers and working Australian Cattle Dogs with lots of 60-minute treks through the city. If your lazy Bulldog needs some activity, a 30-minute meander in your neighborhood may be just right before settling back in for another nap. Your tiny guard Chihuahua would love a 20-minute spin to keep an eye on their territory. Even if your Yorkie would prefer to stay inside, Wag! can Drop-In at home to make sure they are all set.

Don’t wait to give your dog something to bark about, book a dog walk with Wag! today!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Mesa

Northeast

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,140 per sq. mi.

Northeast

48

The Northeast neighborhood has won the hearts of many residents of Mesa. For years, it has been known as the best neighborhood to live in, and it’s as much a favorite when it comes to being dog-friendly. Just ask any regular who visits the Quail Run Park. Leashed dogs are allowed in most places at the park and your furry best friend can even run off-leash inside the Quail Run Dog Park. While in the Northeast neighborhood, make sure you check out the local dog-friendly restaurants. One of those popular restaurants is The Monastery, which offers dog friendly outside seating-- plus, a diverse menu to die for, complete with great beer and wine.

Southwest

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
5,950 per sq. mi.

Southwest

36

The Southwest area in Mesa is home to Mesa Community College. So, you’ll be able to enjoy the artsy college feel in Southwest. A perfect addition to the theme is the popular Bookmans Entertainment Exchange. This is a dog friendly store where you can buy books, media, musical instruments, and so much more. Well behaved, leashed dogs are welcomed to accompany you on your stroll through the store. If you’re visiting someone at the college, you’ll be happy to know most of the chain hotels are pet friendly. Make sure you and your pooch make a stop at In-N-Out Burger, where your dog will leave droolin’ and waggin’ his tail! He may even get to leave with a pawsome In-N-Out Burger hat!

Central

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
5,590 per sq. mi.

Central

24

Central is a hip, dog friendly neighborhood area in Mesa. The popular Arizona State University is located in the Central neighborhood. So, in addition to wagging tails, you will also get to experience an awesome Arizona college neighborhood. You will find a lot of locals hanging out at the Countryside Park. This 28 acre park has everything you and your pup needs for a pawsome day in the sun. You will find baseball fields, a shaded playground, a basketball court, and even a beach volleyball court. Countryside Park even has an off leash area for your pup to run and play with the other local pups! If you and your dog are looking for somewhere that finally feels like “home” -- you’ll find it in Central Mesa.

Northwest

12
Population Density
4,920 per sq. mi.

Northwest

12

The Northwest area in Mesa is the proud host of the annual Arizona Week for the Animals. As well as the East Valley Bark for Life. Both are super dog-friendly, annual events. Each event also donates their proceeds to local animal charities. You and your pup can also spend time shopping at the popular chain pet store, PetCo. Are you and your pooch just passing through? Then you will be happy to find out that there are two pawsitively great lodging options that are pet friendly. Your pup is welcomed during your stay at the Sheraton Mesa and Hyatt Place Phoenix Mesa.

West Central

0
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
5,920 per sq. mi.

West Central

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Dog owners will find the West Central area of Mesa to be a dog friendly scene. In fact, every second Friday you will often find locals and their pets at the downtown “Dog Days of Summer”. This is a dog friendly event that has fun for the whole family. There are food, booths, contests, and even restaurants and shops. While in the area, you must check out Inside the Bungalow with your pooch. It’s a dog friendly dining option where dogs are allowed inside and outside this family owned cafe. They even will provide your dog with fresh water and a treat. It’s definitely a West Central Mesa favorite.