Dog walking in Phoenix

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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 SPhoenix, AZ

4.9

(1966)

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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

Susan MPhoenix, AZ

4.9

(1495)

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“Let's have a pawsome walk!”

HI! My name is Susan. We always had dogs growing up. They were my play buddies. I have 2 dogs - a beagle mix and a Chow/Sharpei mix. We also have cats. That's a big happy houseful! I can't wait to meet your dog!

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Leo TPhoenix, AZ

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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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Sara GPhoenix, AZ

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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 LPhoenix, AZ

4.9

(804)

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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 KPhoenix, AZ

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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 CPhoenix, AZ

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(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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David WPhoenix, AZ

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“Loving Life and Living Large”

Hi, My name is David. I'm 55 years old and am semi-retired. I love all dogs and am very patient with them. I've lived with dogs all my life and can't imagine life without them. I especially love big dogs. The bigger the better. But little dogs are sweet too. Please rest assured that I will treat your dog as if it were my own. Furry friends are the best friends.

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Lisa PPhoenix, 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 NPhoenix, 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 Phoenix

Dog Walking Fun Fact #1:

When you aren’t around, your dog may be twiddling their paws waiting for you. Bored dogs can get destructive looking for excitement, but you don’t have to come home to chewed-up rugs or shoes. Keep life exciting with daily walks to exercise your dog’s mind and body so that they relax at home. Spice it up with a trek through the wilderness at the Rio Salado Habitat Restoration Area, or a weekend trip to the dog-friendly RoadRunner Park Farmers Market.

Dog Walking Fun Fact #2:

Staying healthy helps you live your best life, and the same is true for your pup. Daily activity can lessen your dog’s risk of developing arthritis, diabetes and heart disease, conditions which can shorten your dog’s active years. Taking regular walks around the block can keep you two playing together longer. Get some extra cardio at one of several mountain parks featuring furbulous Phoenix trails.

Dog Walking Fun Fact #3:

Life is more fun with friends, and your dog agrees! But playing with other canine furiends isn’t only exciting, it can also help your dog learn good dog behavior, work on their manners, and build confidence which helps shy dogs conquer their fears. Help your dog be sociable with daily walks around your neighborhood, or to a Phoenix dog park, to meet new playmates.

Average Cost of Dog Walking in Phoenix

If you are considering a dog walker to keep your dog active when you are away, cost may be a factor. Most services and private dog walkers offer pupular 30-minute walks that average $25 per walk. Fewer walkers offer longer 60-minute walks which can be as much as $40. And some even charge an extra fee for late booking within 24 hours of the walk that can add up to another $5 per walk.

Wag! knows that the happiness and safety of your dog is important, but so is your pocketbook. Thoroughly vetted and insured dog walkers with Wag! can get your dog moving on a 20-minute stroll for $15, a 30-minute walk for $20, or a 60-minute trek for only $30. When life throws you an unexpected hiccup, you can always book an on-demand walk for the same day without any extra fees. And if your energy furball needs a lot of exercise, booking multiple walks in advance saves you another 15%.

Best of all, you can follow along your dog’s adventure with real time GPS tracking through the Wag! app. Whether your dog is a social hound or a shy pup, a report card from your walker at the end of each walk will let you know how much they enjoyed their day out.

 Dog Parks in Phoenix

You’ll find lots of adventure in the Valley of the Sun, but it’s even better with your best furry bud by your side. Explore North Phoenix along the lively streets of residential Paradise Valley, but don’t furget to stop at the Paradise Valley Dog Park! Your pup will love romping on these 2.4 acres full of grass and trees. With a separate enclosure for small pooches, there’s water fountains to keep dogs cool and hydrated, and seating for you.

The quiet North Mountain Village is known for its North Mountain Park, where you can hike the North Mountain Trail to the summit for pawmazing views of North and Downtown Phoenix. The area also offers a traditional dog park experience at the Rose Mofford Sports Complex, which features lush grass lawns in separate areas for big and small dogs, water fountains, and a few shady spots for those blazingly sunny days.

Just south in the densely packed Alhambra neighborhood, architecture buffs will love a stroll to the First Christian Church designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Be sure to treat your dog with a trip to Washington Park’s PETsMART Dog Park. With space for small or elderly dogs to romp safely, these 2.5-acres are a pawfect oasis for city pups.

Dogs living Downtown can take a stroll to the Margaret T. Hance Dog Park for some off-leash play. Big and small dog spaces are surrounded by iron fencing, and feature big trees, benches and a chilled water fountain with bowls to keep those active pups hydrated.

South Mountain Village near the southern border of the city is dominated by the 16,000-acreSouth  Mountain Preserve. With over 51 miles of on-leash trails, this is the place to tire out your pooch! If you spot any animals that call this mountain range home, give them plenty of space.

Before enjoying Phoenix’s pawrific dog parks, be sure your dog is fully vaccinated, licensed, and spayed or neutered. Always keep your dog leashed when entering or exiting off leash areas, and everywhere outside of them. Have clean-up bags on hand wherever your travel, and promptly pick up after your pup. The city also asks that you do not groom your dog at any dog parks, so keep the brush at home.

Dog Walking in Phoenix with Wag!

When The Valley is calling, but life is keeping you from the adventure, your pup can still play with Wag!

Pupular Phoenix breeds like active Labrador Retrievers and German Shepherds will love lots of 60-minute walks to stimulate their senses. Dog walkers with Wag! can let your Phoenician Chihuahua keep an eye on their neighborhood on a quick 20-minute spin. And if your Bulldog needs some exercise, a 30-minute meander may be all they can muster before another afternoon nap. With one-time walks, recurring walks, and on-demand walks, you can create the best experience for your canine pal. Even if you’ve got an older Shih Tzu who isn’t as spritely as they used to be, Wag! can Drop-In at home to put the wag back in their tail.

Getting your dog the exercise they need is as easy as 1-2-3! Just download the Wag! app, select a date and time, then choose the pawfect length of walk for your pup. You’ll never be too far away with GPS tracking, and you can share in all the fun moments through text and picture updates from your walker.

Don’t keep your dog from exploring Phoenix’s land of sunshine, book a walk with Wag! today!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Phoenix

Pointe Tapatio

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,000 per sq. mi.

Pointe Tapatio

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There are no better spots for hiking with your dog than in the mountains that surround Phoenix. You and your pooch can check out Shaw Butte to trek the many trails and catch all of the ter-ruff-ic views. The paths are kept very clean and the park welcomes all on-leash, four-legged guests. North Mountain is also in the Pointe Tapatio area and offers adventures for hikers of all ability. You and your canine compadre can stroll on paved walkways or climb up steep, rocky trails to the summit, depending on what you're into. Be sure to bring water for the both of you, as Phoenix can get super hot during summer months. Either of these locations make for an outing like no other, and we're sure your dog will thank you.

Paradise Valley

36
Dog Parks
6 parks

Population Density
3,780 per sq. mi.

Paradise Valley

36

Get outside and spend the day with your doggo in Paradise Valley! The Paradise Valley Dog Park is the perfect place for Fido to burn some energy off-leash. These grounds have 2.4 acres of grass, trees, and water fountains. There are separate enclosures for big and small dogs so that the play stays safe. Owners are spoiled at this dog park too, as it has multiple benches, tables and two ramadas! If you'd like to score some good eats, you and your pooch can head over to the RoadRunner Park Farmers Market that runs every Saturday. This market brings all of the local goodness together in one spot. You can pick up fresh produce and organically raised meat so both you and your pup can feast like kings. As long as your dog stays on leash, the two of you are welcome to explore all of the interesting items that show up at this market.

Alhambra

24
Dog Parks
3 parks

Population Density
6,690 per sq. mi.

Alhambra

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Dogs in Alhambra are in luck! This area of Phoenix has two good sized dog parks to choose from. In Washington Park lies PETsMART Dog Park, 2.5 acres of space where hounds can run free. There are sections for both large and small dogs to keep play fair, and there is ample seating in both sections for owners to relax and enjoy their time at the park. Watering stations and poop bags are on site, so you don't need to worry about bringing your own. This park has a tendency to get very muddy if the weather has been wet and sometimes must be closed due to flooding. The Rose Mofford Sports Complex also has a fenced in dog area, sharing most of the amenities as the PETsMART Dog Park. One different feature at this park is the walking path; a perfect way to get some exercise with your pup!

Alkire

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Alkire

12

There are lots of adventures to be had with your dog in Alkire, Phoenix. Check out Rio Salado Habitat Restoration Area, a chunk of wilderness preserved in the city. This park has many asphalt trails that leashed pups are invited to explore with their humans. You and your furry friend can see rivers, ponds, and even some wildlife while walking through Rio Salado. The flat paths also make these trails excellent for runs with your favorite pooch. As with all parks in Phoenix, if temps get hotter than 100°, all doggos are asked to stay cool at home for their own safety.

Downtown

0
Dog Parks
2 parks

Population Density
3,100 per sq. mi.

Downtown

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The heart of the city has fun things to do for both dogs and their humans. For some off-leash play, head over to Hance Dog Park, where pups romp around protected by a fancy wrought iron fence. There are areas for both large and small dogs to keep all pooches safe. This park also features big trees, benches and a chilled water fountain with bowls so you can hydrate your pup during all of the fun. Dogs on-leash are welcome to explore Arizona Center, a collection of shops and restaurants all within walking distance of each other. Some of these businesses allow canine guests, just be sure to ask the staff before entering. In the middle of the center there are pathways through gardens heading to a fountain, the perfect place for an afternoon walk with your favorite fur buddy!