Dog walking in Anaheim

Book on demand and scheduled walks with local dog walkers

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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Laura BAnaheim, CA

5.0

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“Professional, Caring, and I take Cute Pet Photos”

Hi my name is Laura. I’m a registered nurse by profession but animals hold a special place in my heart. I started riding horses when I was 5 years old and rode for 10 years, have owned and cared for a wide variety of pets both big and small (currently a bunny mamma to two little lion heads) and I have volunteer experience working in an animal hospital. I'm excited to say that I have been working with Wag! for the past 4 years and cannot wait to meet your pup!

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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

Lyndie AAnaheim, CA

4.9

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“Love, Love, Love Dogs!”

Hi I'm Lyndie! Born and raised in Tampa, FL and currently residing in Downtown Long Beach, CA. I moved here with my little Chihuahua, Brownie! We enjoy long walks throughout the neighborhood and meeting new pups and people! I love dogs and am excited about meeting and caring for your pup!

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Scott SAnaheim, CA

4.9

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Hello my name is Scott Shafer and I am a recent graduate from Vanguard University with a degree in Business Administration. During college I worked for almost three years at The Bone Adventure one of the best doggy daycares in Southern California where I worked with hundreds of dogs on a daily basis. I am very comfortable with all sizes and breeds of dogs and look forward to working with Wag!

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Cassandra JAnaheim, CA

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My name is Cassie, I absolutely love dogs and have been around them my entire life. Big dogs, small dogs, all different breeds and sizes. I love them all!

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Jennifer HAnaheim, CA

4.9

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“Dog hair don’t care!”

Hi! My name is Jennifer. I grew up with dogs mostly smaller dogs like Poodles and Shih Tzu’s. As an adult I’ve owned 2 Rhodesian Ridgebacks who both lived to be 12 1/2 years old. My current dog is a mixed breed dog who I rescued 3 years ago. Walking, exercising, and socializing my pets has always been a huge priority for me. I look forward to taking your dog out so he or she can get the proper exercise they need.

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Connor MAnaheim, CA

4.9

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I have had a house full of animals ever since I was a little boy. I have personally taken care of 5 of my own dogs. This includes the bare essentials of walking, playing, feeding, bathing and maintaining the happiness of my dogs. I have a passion for dogs in particular because they are such a care free species. They will show you how happy they are or they can show you that something is wrong.

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Joseph AAnaheim, CA

4.9

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Hi, my names JD! I'm a college student who frequents the Los Angeles and Orange County areas. I've grown up with dogs of different sizes from Pit Bulls to Yorkies! Really excited to meet, care for, and make friends with new dogs!

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Brittany WAnaheim, CA

4.9

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Hey everyone! My name is Brittany and I live in Irvine. I grew up owning dogs, from large breeds to the little guys! I also attended veterinary technician school and have worked in an animal hospital since 2012. Dogs are my one true passion in life and I wouldn’t want it any other way. I am very educated when it comes to the health of a dog and also body language and personality traits plus I absolutely love being outdoors! I can’t wait to meet your fuzzy friends!

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Mary MAnaheim, CA

4.9

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First I Love Dogs! I have 2 Labs. I volunteer at a pet Rescue. Love the outdoors. I look forward to having a wonderful walk with your Dog!

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Anne-Kathrin SAnaheim, CA

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Hi, my name is Kathrin, and I can't wait to meet and take care of your pooch. I grew up with animals around me throughout my life, and have a particular love for dogs. I am experienced with walking, bathing, pet sitting, and cleaning up after them.

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Dog Walking in Anaheim

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Anaheim

Orange Hills

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
3,293 per sq. mi.

Orange Hills

48

Olive Hills Dog Park is a great example of what an urban dog park should be. First of all, there’s lots of Astroturf, which makes cleaning up messes easy. Second, there’s a huge peanut-shaped sand pit with little bridges to climb over. Dogs will love the doggy jungle gym they can crawl through, too. Lucky for you, this park is pretty new! However the trees are still young and small, offering insufficient shade. Give it time! Separated into areas for different sized dogs, large and small, everyone can feel comfortable and safe. Some pet parents like to take lawn chairs to relax while the dogs play. Be sure to turn on the drinking fountain for your dog to lap up. Hydration is key!

Anaheim Colony Historic District

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
10,418 per sq. mi.

Anaheim Colony Historic District

36

La Palma Dog Park is a special park inside of La Palma Park in the historic district of Anaheim. The human park has a football stadium, ball fields, a playground, recreation center, and picnic areas. The dog park is special because it opens at 5am. That is quite early for dog-parking, but when you've got to make a 6am call time in Hollywood, it may be your best bet. New York may have snagged the title of the city that never sleeps, but LA grabbed the moniker, ‘the city that sleeps a little bit’. Rumor has it that Angelina Jolie wakes up at 3am, makes breakfast for all 12 of her children, and then takes her dogs to this park exactly at 5am. We can’t blame her. There’s an area for large dogs and an area for small dogs, both of which are landscaped with lots of native California shrubberies. Oh, the shrubberies.

Anaheim Hills

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
3,293 per sq. mi.

Anaheim Hills

24

Weir Canyon Regional Park is not to be confused with Weird Canyon. There’s nothing weird about this place. It’s awesome! It’s so cool that Santiago Oaks Regional Park engulfed it out of jealousy. There are over 210 acres of uphill and downhill trails snaking along California slopes. Speaking of snakes, watch out for them! It’s important to keep dogs on leashes for this reason. Be sure to pack plenty of water and stop to rest when you and your fur-baby get too warm. The trail is fully exposed with no trees, and many hikers mention the lack of shade in their reviews. On the northeast side, there is a different access point. This is great for dogs and owners looking to share a play date with friends on the other side. If you start walking on Friday, you’ll definitely (maybe) find each other by Monday.

Orange

12
Population Density
3,995 per sq. mi.

Orange

12

Need a getaway with your best bud? We know just the place. Open to humans and dogs from 7 am to sunset year round, Santiago Oaks Regional Park is absolutely gorgeous representation of Orange, California. Just outside of Anaheim, this 1,269-acre property is home to an orange grove, quiet creek, blue-green mountains, and unique wildlife. Historically loved for providing a healthy water supply, the park lent its energy to the agricultural lands surrounding it. Follow wide trails through grasses and wildflower fields, and then take Mt. Goat Trail to a lookout at the top of the park’s highest point. From there, you’ll to get a view of the region’s landscape. Over the years, landowners have purchased land bit-by-bit, creating the current park. It is what it is, and we like it that way. Chances are, you will too.

North Tustin

0
Population Density
4,042 per sq. mi.

North Tustin

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One of the most unique places in the area, Peter’s Canyon Regional Park spans four different habitats. From marshes to grasslands, riparian and scrublands, California’s natural beauty is hard to ignore. Many birds migrate through Upper Peters Canyon, a 55-acre preserve in the park totaling 340 acres. Pop your dog in the car for hiking, biking, and wildlife watching. Lookout for bobcats, coyotes, opossums, raccoons, and mule deer, but also keep your eyes up for hawk sightings. Sometimes mountain lions can be seen, but it’s quite rare. Wear full body armor just in case. Cottonwoods, sycamores, and more will provide plenty of shade for your outing, but leave enough room for the California sun to stream through the leaves and kiss your smiling faces.