Dog walking in Antioch

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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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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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Stephen DAntioch, CA

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Hello, I'm Stephen! I've been an avid dog lover since the moment I was born. Since then I've been sitting, boarding, and walking all the dogs that my friends have. I have experience from Australian Shepherds to little Rat Terriers, and adore all dogs of all shapes and sizes. It's been exciting getting to know all the different personalities these little guys can bring. I believe in having fun with puppers, but also demonstrating discipline with much love. It'd be a terrific pleasure to walk your dog and get to know another great thing that's a part of this world, thanks!

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Robin AAntioch, CA

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“Your dog's other best friend”

I grew up with dogs and I'm a long time Dog Mom. Being with dogs and being outdoors are my favorite things so being a dog walker brings me great joy. I love dogs of all sizes and breeds so your tiny dog will have as much fun with me as your big dog.

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Estevan SAntioch, CA

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Hi I'm a Estevan I'm located in San Ramon CA my experience with dogs big or small I voluntarily give a relatives 9 year old puggle Lilly walks four times out of the week and babysat also my neighbor's 7 year old Rottweiler Sadie from two weeks babysat I'd make sure to take care of their needs as in food exercise and the company It's alway been a great pressure to service dogs needs after all they are pretty much family Thank you look forward in meeting your family member.

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

Jordan YAntioch, CA

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“Dogs really are people's best friends :)”

Hello! My name is Jordan and I am very excited to work with you and your pet. I currently go to Sacramento State University as a graduate student in Kinesiology. I am very familiar with walking dogs as I own an Australian cattle dog named Jake (5 years old). I have experience walking larger dogs such as an Akita or St. Bernard and to smaller dogs such as a Corgi or a Jack Russel. I can't wait to meet your dog and give them a nice walk they deserve!

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Matt BAntioch, CA

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Hello! My name is Matt and I am 29 years old. I have had dogs most of my life and have had jobs, mostly with neighbors, dog sitting and walking and know how to communicate with them..I love dogs!

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Alexandra RAntioch, CA

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Hello! My name is Alexandra. I have dedicated my whole life to caring about animals. I have had a large amount of animals as pets my whole life, including dogs, cats, and birds. I am always excited to meet a new animal and would love to provide you and your dog the best dog walking service!

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Sharon LAntioch, CA

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Hi, my name is Sharon and I am a proud dog owner of a German Shepherd. I have had him since he was 14 months old and he is now 4 years old. I have put him through basic and intermediate training so I am familiar with basic training skills for dogs. I have owned dogs for a majority of my life and absolutely love them--whether big or small. I always consider my animals, my family. I highly

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Mark AAntioch, CA

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Hi, I'm Mark! I grew up in Tempe, Arizona and have had 7 dogs in my lifetime. My dad is from a farm in Iowa and we always had multiple dogs in my house ranging from Cocker Spaniels, to Yorkies, to Irish Setters, and Wire Haired Fox Terriers! I love all kinds of dogs and enjoy interacting and making sure they have fun and get exercise! I am looking forward to making sure you and your dog enjoy your wag experience!

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Julia HAntioch, CA

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Hi! My name is Julia and I have owned, walked, and have dog-sat, my whole life. I've worked with dogs of all sizes, from small Pekinese dogs to large German Shepherds. I really enjoy meeting new dogs and I hope to meet you and your dog soon!

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Nicholas GAntioch, CA

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“A happy dog = a happy life”

I have a degree in Psychology and love people but I reallly like animals better. Currently being a nomad so haven’t used my degree to get a job yet. I will treat your dog like it is my own and will make sure they have the best experience possible. I do walks, sittings, and boardings. Let me be your pet care go-to!

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

Dog Walking in Antioch

The city of Antioch in Contra Costa County, California is in the Easy Bay and San Francisco Bay area and runs along the San Joaquin-Sacramento River Delta. Founded in 1872, Antioch is one of the oldest cities in California. The city is very fond of the outdoors and has 31 parks with 910 acres, maybe because the average temperature is 60.7 Fahrenheit all year long. Out of the estimated 108,930 people living in the city, approximately 24,467 own at least one dog, so there are several great dog parks in town to take your fur baby.

Markley Dog Park on James Donlon Boulevard is the favorite among locals with two acres for small and large dog areas, picnic area, playground, restrooms, and benches. Gravel instead of grass makes it a good place to go in the rainy season. No mud! Black Diamond Mines Regional Preserve on Somersville Road is amazing with trails, beaches, and wildlife area. Fido can be off-leash in most places, and he will love the friendly fur kids.

Highlands ARF Park on Buchanan Road has 10 acres of space to run off-leash with other fur kids. There is a double-decker fountain, dog waste station, and even some playground equipment like tunnels and ramps. The attached Highlands Park has tons of fun for the whole family with ball fields, playgrounds, tennis, volleyball, picnic/barbeque areas, and restrooms.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Antioch

Nortonville

48
Population Density
3,917 per sq. mi.

Nortonville

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Over time, pressure on the coal industry forged this historic mining district into a new type of gem. The Black Diamond Mines Regional Preserve is 6,096 acres of former stocking stuffer beauty. Bipeds and quadrupeds alike appreciate the chance to stretch their legs on 65 miles of mostly off-leash trails. A variety of terrain and vegetation beckon upward, leading to vistas of the Bay past Berkeley and Oakland. Springtime rewards visitors with vast wildflower displays. While the park does have grazing cattle and horses along with a plethora of wildlife, Fido is free to roam as long as he’s under full voice control once you’re 200 feet in from a trailhead or away from developed park areas. Other amenities include campgrounds, a visitor’s center displaying historic artifacts and photos, naturalist programs, and a guided 90-minute mine tour.

Oakley

36
Population Density
2,326 per sq. mi.

Oakley

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While you’re far from Hollywood or Pacific coast swells, Big Break Regional Shoreline offers a different kind of break for you and your pup -- relaxation. Formerly a huge farm, any semblance of work has literally been drowned, as the old farm is now entirely submerged beneath the flow of water created by two rivers draining half of California. Known as the “Inland Coast” this area forms the largest estuarine environment on the west coast. This mix of fresh and salty water results in a diverse habitat, supporting over 70 species of birds and other wildlife. Although dogs must remain leashed, you can kick back and take advantage of cool summer breezes while fishing, hiking, bird watching, or watching river otters forage and play.

Contra Loma Estates Park

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
3,917 per sq. mi.

Contra Loma Estates Park

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We’re pretty sure Contra Loma means something along the lines of “against the knoll” in Spanish. Unfortunately, we can’t tell you what to make of that. We can, however, tell you all about Contra Loma Estates Park in Antioch, California. Located off Highway 4, this 5-acre neighborhood park is lushly landscaped with green grass, making it a perfect mid-day spot for families with pets. Dogs on leashes are welcome to join their people in exploring this cute fenced-in play spot. Children will love the playground and dogs will love the paved path snaking through the grass. While this isn’t a designated dog park, it’s a great place for a lunch break. If you’re looking for some rigorous hiking, you’re not far from those opportunities. Just remember to give Contra Loma some love every once and awhile.

Somersville

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,971 per sq. mi.

Somersville

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In the Highlands ranch subdivision, Highlands Ranch Dog Park offers lots of fun for dogs from all over, not just this little neighborhood. The dog park is nestled inside of a 10-acre human park. Think Russian nesting dolls. Dogs are privy to a grassy, fenced-in area with tons of open space for running and chasing. There are buckets and fountains for drinking. Small pups and big pups will play in separate areas, while children look on from an external playground, wondering why they had to be born human. But these cognizant beings won’t fret for too long before they return to their game of “the floor is lava” at the playground, which offers bouncers, climbers, and baby swings. This park is also home to baseball, football, soccer, tennis, beach volleyball, picnic tables, a lighted walking trail, benches, and restrooms. We can’t forget about the two BBQ pits open to the public. When in use, the tasty smells wafting over the highlands draw dogs and humans from all directions.

Pittsburg

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,971 per sq. mi.

Pittsburg

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West of Antioch, in the town of Pittsburg, La Veranda is serving tasty bites to hungry folks from all over the area. Since Californians love their dogs so much, this restaurant thought it would be wise to open their patio up to dogs. It seems to have been a wise choice. The only thing people love more than eating is being with family, and a since La Veranda offers the chance to do both, it’s a hit. Stop by after work for some pizza or pasta, or swing on in on a Saturday night for something a little fancier. This restaurant offers a nice spread of choices. Grilled trout may or may not come with french fries. Pack a snack for your pup so he can enjoy a treat as well. Sunday is a great day to visit Brown’s Island across the water, before heading to the patio for a beverage at the one and only La Veranda.