Dog walking in Tracy

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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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Robin ATracy, 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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Shayna DTracy, CA

4.9

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“Vet student who loves animals!”

Hi there! My name is Shayna and I am a second year veterinary student at UC Davis. I got my first dog, Yanni the Yorkshire terrier, when I was three years old and have been in love with dogs ever since. I have a wide variety of experience from small to large dogs, rescues to purebreds and easy walkers to reactive dogs. I know every dog is unique and I cater the walk according to what your dog needs. I look forward to meeting you and your dog!

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

Erin HTracy, CA

4.9

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Hi! My name is Erin and I've been a dog owner since the age of eleven. For the past 5 years, I've been the sole provider of two rowdy pit mixes with large personalities. I also recently spent two years working in a boarding facility responsible for up to 80 animals at a time, including feedings, walks, and playtimes.

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Jason OTracy, CA

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Hello, my name is Jason Oliveira and I am a current CSU Northridge student in my final year of the doctorate of physical therapy program. I am 25 and currently live in Tarzana, approximately 5 miles from the school. I have 3 dogs of my own, a golden retriever, pitbull, and terrier mix so I have plenty of experience with pet care and walking of course! I am joining wag to help those who cannot walk and/or find it difficult to walk their animals on a regular basis and would like to begin earning

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Paulina GTracy, CA

4.9

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Hi my name is Paulina. I've had experience with dogs my whole life: small dogs, medium size and large dogs from every type of breed. I used to own four miniature Pinsher, one Shitzu and one black lab. I enjoy spending time with dogs, taking them on walks, feeding them and spoiling them. I'm an animal lover so I enjoy being around any type of animal especially dogs! Currently I own a husky and shepherd mix, so you can imagine how active and full of love my life is filled with.

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Tayler CTracy, CA

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“I am here to adapt to you and your pups needs!”

I have experience as a dog walker, and I’ve worked at a doggy daycare as well. In the past I’ve had to take groups of dogs on hikes, supervised playgroups, and was responsible for feedings and administering medication. I have a rowdy german shepherd and a mellow yellow lab at home, so I understand different dogs have different needs. If your dog prefers a walk where they exercise their nose, or if they need to expend a lot of energy, let me know and I will accommodate you and your furry friend.

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Holly ETracy, CA

4.9

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Hello my name is Holly I am an outgoing caring person who has always had the biggest heart for animals. I grew up breeding, showing and raising puppies with my Mom. I have always had dogs around me from Yorkies to American Bull dogs I have handled them all I will treat your pet like the family member they are! I understand I am taking on a responsibility that some my take lightly but I assure you I will take care of your dog like it was my child as well. I would love the opportunity to be a walking buddy for your dog!

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Jack MTracy, CA

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Hi! I’m Jack! During the summers I work as a wildland firefighter but during the off season I get the pleasure of meeting and walking all your dogs. I grew up with several dogs in my house all the time but I don’t have the luxury of having my own right now with my job. I hope to meet you and your dogs!

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Natalie HTracy, CA

4.8

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“Always make friends with every doggo!”

Hello! I’m very punctual and easy going person. My experiences with dogs is taking care of my yellow lab, Dachshund and black lab, dog sit my neighbors huskies weekly and sometimes stay overnight with them and walk my friends dogs one is blind and the other is deaf.

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

Carolina QTracy, CA

4.8

(75)

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My name is Carolina and I've been a dog lover my whole life. I've grown up surrounded by dogs, and have worked as a dog walker and pet sitter for the last 16 years. I am well-versed in administering medication and remain calm in emergencies. I am very active and love going on walks, so I will definitely get along with your furry friend.

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Dog Walking in Tracy

Settled between the beautiful hills of Northern California, Tracy may seem like an odd place to stop for some dog-friendly fun, but trust us when we say it is a great place to visit. Originally populated by the Yakuts tribe, Tracy helped build the Central Pacific Railroad in the mid-1900s. Tracy soon became popular with the agriculture business which gave working dogs a job on all the farms nestled inside of it.

With 13 veterinary hospitals, your dog will have many options to choose the vet he likes to see. If you are from out of town and looking for a nice place to stay with Fido then look no further then Motel 6 Tracy, Ecoco Lodge Tracy, or Best Western Luxury Inn. All three hotels welcome your dog and are close to down town and restaurants you can bring your dog to.

Tracy is filled with numerous parks that your dog can explore, like Kenner Park which is perfect for a nice game of fetch or Hastie Park which has a great walking trail. If these two parks aren’t your cup of tea you are in luck since Tracy has at least 20 parks that you and your pup can visit.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Tracy

N Tracy Blvd/ W Clover Rd

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
6,618 per sq. mi.

N Tracy Blvd/ W Clover Rd

48

If you’re looking for a pawsome place to let Fido run around off-leash, then look no further than the El Pescadero Dog Park. The park has a mixture of grass and wood chips, perfect for fetch and running, plus it offers clean-up bags, benches for relaxing, and water fountains to help keep your dog hydrated. El Pescadero Dog Park also has agility equipment that your dog is more than welcome to use and let out some extra energy. The park is divided into two sections, one for small and one for large dogs, and the large dog park has more than enough room for fetching and long-distance running.

East St/ E Grant Line Rd

36
Population Density
6,598 per sq. mi.

East St/ E Grant Line Rd

36

Lincoln Park is a great spot to take Fido for a game of fetch or a nice walk. The park is a great size so your dog won’t feel crowded and has plenty of grass for activities. There are restrooms available, plus a splash yard and a playground. The park also has a plethora of events, like concerts in the park, that the two of you can enjoy. If walking is more your pup's style, there is an asphalt path surrounding the park. Water is available here to stay hydrated. The park is across the street from a high school, so it may get busy with cars and kids during the school time.

Downtown

24
Population Density
3,108 per sq. mi.

Downtown

24

If you and your pup are walking around Downtown Tracy and get a rumble in your tummy, be sure to stop by Delta Brews. Delta Brews is a craft brewery that focuses on local beer, but also serves other beers from the US. Besides beer, they have live music on some nights. Their outdoor patio is small, but welcomes your dog to join you for a good beer and great time, regardless of his size. If you would rather grab a cup of joe, then check out Barista which has a dog-friendly patio and serves great coffee.

Fabian Rd/ W 11th St

12
Population Density
14,811 per sq. mi.

Fabian Rd/ W 11th St

12

Powers Park is a beautiful park to let Fido explore. The park has a walking path throughout it with picnic areas to stop and grab a bite to eat, or benches to rest on. There are plenty of beautiful trees to help provide shade and some water fountains to grab some water for your dog. There are two closed in tennis courts and even a pool at this park, so it does get busy at times. One cool feature is the giant train that sits in the middle of the park which is perfect for snap a cool photo of your dog while you’re visiting.

Mossdale

0
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
870 per sq. mi.

Mossdale

0

Ten minutes out of Tracy is Lathrop which is home to the Lathrop Dog Park. This dogtastic dog park has two separate sections, a small one for dogs under 25 pounds and a larger one for dogs over 25 pounds. Both areas have benches to sit on, water fountains, and clean-up bags. The large dog park is big enough for fetch, and has some agility equipment. Both areas have grass, but be careful at the large park since it does slant downhill and has rocks. The dog park is on the levee of the Delta, and if your dog doesn’t feel social, you can leave the park and easily walk on the levee instead.