Dog walking in Napa

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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Jennifer DNapa, CA

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To say I love dogs would be an understatement. -Happy dogs feed my soul! My whole life has revolved around animals, and how I could better their lives. I absolutely adore dogs, and have always been fortunate to have been surrounded by them throughout my entire life, not only on a personal level, but on a professional level as well. Over the years I've spent time volunteering at local animal shelters, pet sitting for friends and family, working at a dog bakery, participating in animal care fundraisers, and eventually developing a career in Animal Welfare, where I have over 5 years experience working as a Veterinary Assistant/Technician, inclusive of employment at a Veterinary Hospital that specialized in low stress tactics for the animals. In the field, I have always treated every dog with the love, care and patience that I would want another to give to my own fur-baby, and in using the Wag! app I will hold the same standard, along with the goal of a fun and happy experience and walk for each dog, every walk!

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Joshua DNapa, CA

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Hello there! My name is Joshua Diaz and I am 27 years of age. After years of working as a corporate graphic designer, I have resigned and wanted to focus more on work with animals. I have grown up with dogs my whole life and am extremely passionate about animals. I have always been told I make animals extremely comfortable even with the first encounter. I would love to meet your pup and show them an awesome walk and experience in the Bay!

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Lydia BNapa, CA

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Hi! My name is Lydia and I've lived in the Bay Area my whole life. I've been around dogs since the day I was brought home from the hospital and I love dogs of all shapes and sizes. I started dogsitting in high school and then ended up nannying and babysitting for many families that have dogs in the years that followed. I love spending time outdoors, walking, and hiking. I can't wait to meet your dogs.

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Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Fast walker

Stephanie KNapa, CA

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Hello everyone! I am a fellow animal lover with three furry kids of my own. I volunteer with animal rescues transporting animals to their new homes. I understand that your furry kids are your family and will always put their safety and well-being first.

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Aubri KNapa, CA

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Hi! I’m Aubri, I have had animals and been around animals since before I could walk. Currently, my household is home to a Westie terrier named Lola, and two tabby’s, Jasper and Meeko. I’m a musical theatre major/local actor and always looking for an adventure! I love taking walks through Briones, and downtown Benicia by the water! I have experience babysitting with dogs as small as a chihuahua to big, beautiful pitties! Hope to meet you and your pup soon!

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Apeh ANapa, CA

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“What can I say, I’m a walk-star!”

I have a sweet spot in my heart for all animals and believe they deserve the utmost love and respect! I’ve volunteered at an animal shelter working with dogs up for adoption and spent time with the cats. I have had two dogs growing up & currently have a 4 year old Pitbull/Whippet mix, my big baby. I have over 16 years experience dog sitting, administering oral medication, providing love and lots of cuddles for fur babies of the world. I would love to shower your pet with love as well!

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Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience, Obedience training, Potty training, Puppy training

Kori ANapa, CA

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My name is Kori and I LOVE dogs. I have been a mother to a dachshund beagle for the last two and a half years. I've also had many opportunities to pet sit and walk the dogs of friends and family.

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Cindy CNapa, CA

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Hi, I'm Cindy. I have a lot of experience walking and caring for dogs as I own 4 dogs of my own. I also volunteers at San Jose animal care center for six years walking and socializing dogs. I just received my vet assistant certification last summer. I love all animals, especially dogs!

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Tracy FNapa, CA

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“Animal lover extraordinaire!”

Hi! I'm Tracy. I've been around animals all my life. I was blessed with 2 awesome dogs as best friends from age 6. When we moved to Alaska, my father became interested in dog sledding and we had 40 dogs! It was a lot of work, but well worth it. I enjoyed spending time with and learning to care for and train the dogs. I love all animals and I'm a dedicated supporter of wildlife preservation, animal rescue and ending animal homelessness and cruelty. I look forward to meeting your furbaby(ies)!

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Kim CNapa, CA

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I've fostered senior dogs for 5 years, & gotten all 22 of them homes through Muttville. I grew-up with cat but took in my 1st senior dog years before knowing Muttville. I love exploring their nutritional needs & maki g the house comfortable for my own 3 seniors now & tag-along 2 fosters!

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Dog Walking in Napa

What do you get when you combine that famous California sunshine, world-famous vineyards, stunning geographic formations, and relaxed locals who know that the best kind of day is one enjoyed with your four-legged friend? The answer is Napa, California!

If you're looking for a dog park, then look no further than Alston Park, open from dawn to dusk daily. Providing both on-leash and off-leash areas, Alston Park is a local favorite. Other dog parks in the area include Kennedy Park Off-Leash Area and Shurtleff Dog Park.

Want to explore wine country? Many vineyards in the area welcome on-leash dogs, such as Chateau Montelena, Beringer Vineyards, and Regusci Winery. Several companies also offer canine-friendly dog tours. Small Lot Wine Tours focuses on hidden vineyards and back roads, while Napa Good Dog Wine Tour offers special treats for your pooch, including tennis balls and water bowls.

The Napa area is also home to some breath-taking natural formations. One of only three of its' kind in the world, the Old Faithful geyser is not to miss. Tickets are priced at $3-10 dollars, but on-leash dogs get in for free. There's also the petrified forest - a woodland park entombed in ash from a volcanic eruption. Dogs are welcomed at no extra charge.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Napa

Alta Vista

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Population Density
4,527 per sq. mi.

Alta Vista

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Alta Vista is an eastern neighborhood in Napa that is country in the middle of civilization. Dogs love living in Alta Vista. This neighborhood has several parks with miles of walking trails and acres of green grass. The Oxbow preserve runs along the Napa River, and reminds dog and person how truly priceless our natural world is.The park is accessible via McKenzie Drive. Dogs must be on leash on these trails. Grapes, which are poisonous for dogs, grow everywhere in Napa, so be mindful of that. The numerous shops and restaurants in Alta Vista serve mostly the biped, but the Oxbow Public Market tolerates cultured dogs on leashes in the open areas. 

Linda Vista

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
4,527 per sq. mi.

Linda Vista

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The Linda Vista neighborhood is the entrance to the Alston Park located at 2099 Dry Creek. This large public park features an off-leash dog park. The fenced area gives dogs a chance to rub snouts with Napa dogs of all breeds. There is one enclosure for large and another for small dogs. Other parts of the park allow dogs to continue to walk leash-free as long as their human has taught them the proper etiquette of off-leash walking. The air of the park is fresh with the smell of rolling hillsides lush with grass, which is sure to please Fido’s ultra-sharp senses.

Soscol Gateway South

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
4,527 per sq. mi.

Soscol Gateway South

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Soscol Gateway South is one of Napa’s few neighborhoods that is more commercial than residential. Soscol Gateway South has one of the two main pathways into the City. The neighborhood has a hotel with a large conference center, a large industrial park,and a college. Dogs know, though, that the best thing about the neighborhood is Kennedy Park located at 2295 Streblow. This park has fields that dogs are allowed to run leash-free. The park also has a skate park, playground, barbecue grills, and sand volleyball courts. The houses outside of the park have a few problems with crime, and dogs are pivotal in helping the police keep the pack safe. 

Shurtleff

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
4,527 per sq. mi.

Shurtleff

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This neighborhood sits at the eastern border of Napa with Silverado Trail on the west, and Imola Avenue on the South. Shurtleff is almost entirely residential. There is a dog in almost every single family residence. Dogs live in duplexes, and even some apartments in Shurtleff. All dogs in Shurtleff are ready to wag a tail for a chance to visit the Shurtleff Park. This dog park is an open run area, so dogs that are well-trained and obey voice commands can safely enjoy this amount of freedom. The park is a pawesome destination for exercise on some soft green grass on leash. 

Westwood

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4,527 per sq. mi.

Westwood

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Westwood is located at the western border of Napa. This area has its roots in agriculture, particularly orchards. Dogs don’t live there as farm dogs any more, although they certainly do have plenty of op-paw-tunities to get some exercise! The Westwood Hills Regional Park is a destination to make a tail wag, and a human friend smile. This park has a 3-mile trail for dog and human to walk amidst the groves of oak trees. With an average of 260 days of sunshine a year in Napa, it is no wonder that human and dogs live happily ever after in Westwood.