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Hi-I look forward to meeting your dog/s. I currently am a owner of 2 dogs(1big & 1small). One is 14 y/o catahola-lab and the other is a 1y/o aus-labradoodle. Dogs have always been a part of my life! (My dogs love their humans & our cat). So let me walk your dog so he/she can enjoy some outside time! WOOF!
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Social and shy dogs alike need playtime with their peers. While boisterous pooches can safely let out their energy romping with furiends, fearful dogs can build confidence by meeting new people and pups, which can help them cope with whatever life throws at them. Help your dog find the most pawrific playmates with a stroll around the neighborhood or to one of Sacramento’s dog parks.
Your dog would do anything for you. Pay that devotion back with daily walks to keep your dog healthy and happy. Regular activity can increase your dog’s active years by lowering their risk of serious health conditions such as diabetes, heart disease and arthritis. Whether a spin around the block, or a trek through the city along the Jedediah Smith Memorial Trail, you’ll be living your best life together.
If you come home to some unwanted surprises, your dog could be bored. Dogs who don’t get enough physical and mental stimulation may think that tearing up your pillows and shoes seems like fun. Regular walks are a furrific way to get bored pups excited and able to relax when home. If your dog needs a change of pace from their normal territory, head to Old Town Sacramento to stroll through some Gold Rush history.
When your pup is anxious to explore Sactown, but life keeps you from the adventure, you may wonder how much dog walking rates are. Short 15-minute spins can be around $20 in Sacramento, while longer 30-minute walks can cost as much as $30. Got more than one dog to get moving? Some services can charge another $10 per extra dog to get your pack out together.
With Wag!, your dog can get all the exercise they need with rates you can afford. Dog walkers with Wag! are available when your pup needs them, every day of the week. Whether your dog prefers a short 20-minute stroll for around $15, a 30-minute meander for about $20, or a 60-minute walk for an average of $30, these thoroughly vetted and insured pet caregivers are ready to cater to your dog’s needs. And if there’s no end to your furball’s energy, you can save another 15% when you book multiple walks in advance.
You’ll never miss a step with real time GPS tracking through the Wag! app. Your dog walker will also leave a report card at the end of each walk so you’ll just how much fun your boisterous doggo or shy pupper had while you were away.
The Big Tomato has a lot to offer people and pups. Taking a stroll through lovely North Natomas is a great way to start your adventure in north Sacramento, so long as you make a stop at the North Natomas Regional Dog Park. This 2.5-acre stretch of land is split between big and small dog areas, and offers water fountains for pups and benches for you. The fun doesn’t have to end there! Nearby, the Regency Community Dog Park ups the ante by adding agility equipment to its amenities to really get your dog moving.
Your pup will love a visit to Sutter’s Landing Dog Park, a pup oasis in the residential New Era Park neighborhood. Just northeast of the Blue Diamond industrial complex, your pup can cavort with furiends in the big or small dog section. Afterwards, take a walk on one of the trails along the shady shoreline of the American River.
In Midtown, you can spot Victorian and Mid-Century Modern architecture as you meander along tree-lined sidewalks in this artsy home of diverse restaurants, breweries and vintage shops. No trip would be complete without a stop at the Truitt Bark Park for some off-leash fun. Right in the heart of the city, dogs can frolic freely in their two dog runs for differently sized pups, before taking a rest under a shady tree.
South of Downtown in South Land Park, the Partner Dog Park offers another puptastic place for pups to let loose. This 2-acre fenced in space behind the local community center is a furbulous spot for all dogs to mix and mingle. With plenty of shade, and a mix of dirt and grass, your doggo is sure to get enough zoomies in here.
These pawrific parks are just waiting for your pup to visit, but first be sure your furry bestie is current on their vaccines, and wearing their license tag. Keep the leash on when entering or exiting off leash areas, and everywhere outside of them. Always have clean-up bags on hand to pick up whatever your pup lays downs. Note that in city run dog parks, there is a limit of two dogs per person.
With sunshine and adventure right outside the door, living in The City of Trees can be tempting for pups who love to sniff and explore. But when life keeps you from the adventure, Wag! is there to keep your dog moving in this vibrant city.
Booking a walk is as easy as looking at your phone. Just download the Wag! app, choose the date and time for the walk, then pick the pawfect length for your pup. In moments, you can schedule a one-time walk for when your dog needs it most, an on-demand walk for the same day when life gets demanding, or recurring walks to tire out your active pooch. And with GPS tracking, and text and picture updates from your walker, you can keep an eye on all the action.
Sacramento favorites like Pit Bulls and Labrador Retrievers need a lot of activity, and would love plenty of 60-minute walks to tucker them out. Your social Airedale Terrier can greet lots of resident canines on brisk 30-minute strolls around the neighborhood. Got a bossy Chihuahua? Dog walkers with Wag! know they would love to keep an eye on their territory with a 20-minute spin down the block. Wag! can even Drop-In to check on your recovering or older Poodle who prefers to chill at home.
Don’t wait to give your dog an adventure, book a walk with Wag! today!
The Land Park neighborhood in the Sacramento area is a dream come true for dog owners and their tail wagging pals! The William Land Regional Park has over 160 acres of fun that is perfect for families and pups. There are jogging paths and lakes, as well as super fun family activities like Fairytale Town, Funderland, Sacramento Zoo. This park is also host of the popular “Doggy Dash”, a fun-filled annual event held at the park. While here, you and your pooch can stop in at Burgess Brothers Burgers for a bite to eat in their dog-friendly outdoor area. Land Park in Sacramento is a super choice for families with dogs!
Do you and your pooch enjoy historic areas with an artsy vibe? Then you two will love the Midtown neighborhood in Sacramento. There’s no question as to why dog lovers and their pups are howling about Midtown. Maybe it’s because of Midtown’s popular Paws and The Palette Dog Bakery and Boutique. This doggy bakery and boutique offers amazing treats for your dog including everything from birthday cakes to toys and gifts. It’s like your dog’s own personal shopping experience! From shopping to tree-lined sidewalks, there’s always something for you and your pooch to discover in Midtown.
The Granite Regional Park in Sacramento is pawsome for any family with a dog! When the weather is nice, you will often find local residents and their tail waggin’ friends at the Granite Dog Park. It’s 2 acres of fenced-in fun pawfect for off-leash romping and playing. That’s not the only dog park the area offers, though. Right up the road you will find the Power Inn Dog Park. You’ll find grass and dirt at this popular off leash dog park! So, make sure you bring a towel or two to lay in your car. Unless you don’t mind a muddy paw print or four! Granite Regional Park in Sacramento is dog and family friendly -- you can’t beat that!
The Downtown area is a go-to dog-friendly destination for Sacramento residents. If you have a smaller pooch, you and your dog can enjoy a carriage ride with Carriage Rides in Old Town. You and your dog will get to enjoy the sights and sounds of the historic area of Sacramento. In October, you’ll find locals and their four-legged friends at the annual DogFest Walk ‘N Stroll Sacramento. The Doggy Dash is another pawpular annual event, held every June at the William Land Park. While in Downtown Sacramento, make sure you and your pup stop by Dog Gone Licious Boutique. You’ll love the atmosphere of this organic and natural pet boutique. It’s the perfect dog-friendly shopping experience for you and your pooch.
Natomas Park is a beautiful neighborhood in Sacramento that is both dog and family friendly. You’ll find most Natomas Park residents with their four legged best friend hanging out at the North Natomas Regional Dog Park. This dog area has 2 acres of fenced-in, off-leash fun for pups over 25 pounds, as well as a half acre that is fenced in for smaller and timid pups. Plus, benches are handy for dog owners to sit back and relax while their pooch frolicks and plays. You’re also guaranteed to get a tail wag or two if you stop in at the Bella Bru Cafe. You and your pup can enjoy breakfast, lunch, or dinner in Bella Bru Cafe’s spacious outdoor seating area.
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