Dog walking in Boulder

Book on demand and scheduled walks with local dog walkers

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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Annitra SBoulder, CO

4.9

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I love dogs more than people. They are selfless, innocent fur babies whose only objective is to please. We, as humans, should reciprocate that love by giving them what little they need and everything they deserve! I think i can give the dog whisperer a run for his money bc even the meanest of dogs have shown me their sweetest sides. I never blame a dog for being aggression; more so, their upbringing. Like human children, dogs become a product of their culture, what they're exposed to. I'm here to show i love them, i understand them, and i'm on their side.

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Suzanne JBoulder, CO

4.9

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“Animal Lover Extraordinaire”

I've personally owned & cared for several different types of dogs for more than 25 + yrs. I am first aid & dog CPR trained. From 2014-2017, I fostered & trained my foster dogs, mainly Pitties, prior to them finding their furever home. While living in Ohio from 2016-2017, I boarded different types of dogs, so their families could go on vacation. I'm currently fostering and training a pittie puppy during the COVID19 stay at home order.

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Dog first aid and/or CPR, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, Training experience, Puppy care, Fast walker

Vincent TBoulder, CO

4.9

(1099)

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“Your friendly neighborhood dog walker!”

Hello, my name is Vince! I am a proud Colorado native who has an energetic and loving Shiba/Shih Tzu named Shadow. I have loved animals all my life, especially dogs. I prefer an active lifestyle and always walk to campus when I attend my classes at CU Denver. I promise to treat your dog with the same love and care as I do with Shadow. Nothing brings me more joy than seeing Shadow's happy face after a good walk so I hope I have an opportunity to bring a smile to your dog's face as well!

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

Bill KBoulder, CO

4.9

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“I don’t just walk dogs, I give them connection”

I have decades of dog ownership and dog walking. 10 years as a rancher dealing with all sorts of 4 leggers and challenges. I taught pet massage to Human Society employees and volunteers. Provided dog walking and sitting for a number of friends over the years. Volunteered for 2 years at Wild Animal Sanctuary working with wolves, tigers, bears, lions, and mountain lions.

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

Cristin MBoulder, CO

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“Caring for dogs is my passion”

Hi, my name is Cristin, and I am an artist and a biologist. Animals are my passion and I have been surrounded by them my whole life. I studied animals and their behaviors as a biologist. Now I live in Lafayette and have spent weekends for 2 years looking after my brother's dog, and additional times babysitting dogs including a pit bull mix. I've spent a few years working for WAG! with a successful rating :) I put all my love and care into my work with your dog, each as if they were my own.

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Mozelle BBoulder, CO

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“Hi! I’m a veterinary technician student :)”

Hi! My name is Mozelle, and I’m currently pursuing a Veterinary Technician degree in Denver. I’ve owned dogs my whole life and actually helped deliver my first dog’s 8 puppies when I was just 6-years-old! This tremendous experience is what lead my aspiration to be involved in animal care. It would be an honor to assist you and your four-legged friends however help is needed! :)

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Dog first aid and/or CPR, Can run with dogs, 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

Nadia KBoulder, CO

4.9

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“Making tails Wag since 2016!”

Hello! My name is Nadia and I have been a dog enthusiast all my life. I live an active and healthy lifestyle and I would like that to reflect on the dogs I care for. I have completed over 500 dog walks in my 4 years of experience walking and pet-sitting with Wag! I look forward to helping you keep your dog happy and active!

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Senior dog care, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Jackie FBoulder, CO

4.9

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“Pawsitively the Best!”

I am an animal lover and have had dogs, cats and birds my whole life. I have 2 rescues of my own that are both now in their senior years. My friends call me the dog whisperer as all dogs are comfortable to be around me. I also work part-time at a pet supply store so have learnt a lot about dog nutrition and different brands of food, treats and toys. I am a fun, outgoing, kind and generous person so would love the opportunity to walk your pups and give them the best time ever!!

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Leticia ABoulder, CO

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Hi! My name is Leticia or Lety for short. I have four dogs at home who are my babies. When I take them for walks, especially in a group, my number one concern is their safety. I promise to care for your dog like one of mine. I became an instant dog-lover when my family got our first dog when I was 6 years old. I love and prefer being outdoors. I am willing to accommodate any type of walk, jog, or run. I look forward to meeting you and your best friend!

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Dog first aid and/or CPR, Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Mia EBoulder, CO

4.9

(435)

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I'm a Denver native & huge animal lover. I've grown up around all different breeds of dogs from big lovable Rotties to very active Maltese. I live a very active lifestyle outdoors, & would love the opportunity to share that with your four legged friends!

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Dog Walking in Boulder

Boulder is one of the most dog-friendly places in Colorado with more than 23,000 dogs. There are many places to enjoy in Boulder for you and the pooch. If you like to hike, McClintock Trail to Chautauqua Ranger Cottage is good for beginners. It is two and a half miles of pretty easy terrain that reaches an elevation of 5,697 feet. This is in Chautauqua Park off 9th Street.

If you want a more challenging hike, try the Mount Sanitas Loop 3.1 mile Trail off Mapleton by the Mapleton Medical Center. It is 6m863 feet at the summit, and you should pack plenty of water. This is a very steep hike with a lot of rock and gravel, but definitely worth it for the views at the top.

Boulder also has some great dog parks. Chautauqua Park on 9th Street has a picnic area, playground, and plenty of hiking trails on 80-acres. Coot Lake on 63rd Street is a huge lake with a nature reserve area where you can see plenty of waterfowl and other wildlife. You can fish in certain areas, and Fido can swim on the east and south shores of the lake. There are also trails, restrooms, and water available. When you get tired, you can stay in one of the dog-friendly hotels such as the Millennium Harvest House or Best Western on 28th and Holiday Inn on Broadway. Enjoy your stay in Boulder.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Boulder

Pine Brook Hill

48
Dog Parks
4 parks

Population Density
1,319 per sq. mi.

Pine Brook Hill

48

The Wonderland Lake Park is a small, family-friendly park located north of downtown Boulder. You and your puppy pal are welcome in the park, but remember that this is not an off-leash park, so keep Fido secure. This peaceful park is perfect for the dogs that like a quieter atmosphere but still want to spend some time out in the fresh air. Stick to the paved walking areas or for a little more adventure, or journey along one of the majestic mountain trails. With easy street parking and access to water, this could be the pawfect place for you and your pooch!

East Boulder

36
Dog Parks
4 parks

Population Density
3,043 per sq. mi.

East Boulder

36

Looking for a great place to take Fido? Then the East Boulder Dog Park could be just the place for you. This fully enclosed area is pawfect for your four-legged friend to run off some energy or take a quick dip in the pond. With a fenced-in area for both smaller and large dogs, you are sure to find what you are looking for here! Remember to keep your pooch on a leash when entering and exiting the fenced area and clean up any mess. Not only is this part of the Boulder Law Ordinances, it is good petiquette that makes for a good time for everyone. 

North Boulder

24
Dog Parks
4 parks

Population Density
13,082 per sq. mi.

North Boulder

24

Foothills Community Dog Park is located in the Foothills Community Park and is open from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m. The park boasts 65 acres of well-maintained equipment, trails, and grassy areas with an enclosed dog park of two-acres. The sandy lot has a small 0.5-acres allocated for your smaller pooch pals. If the enclosed areas are not for you, there is the North Foothills Trails with clear signs showing dog regulations. However, if you are venturing through the trails, make sure to keep your pup leashed and away from the wildlife that call the trails home.

Crossroads

12
Dog Parks
4 parks

Population Density
6,213 per sq. mi.

Crossroads

12

Located east of downtown Boulder, Howard Heuston Dog Park is open for your four-legged friend’s enjoyment from 5 a.m. until 11 p.m. If you want to let your pooch run free, there is a 1.25-acre off-leash area marked by yellow poles but make sure to keep your eyes on your precious pup as there is no fence surrounding this area. If you are wandering the rest of the park area, make sure to keep Fido on that leash. The park remains quiet throughout the day, picking up on the weekends and after 5 p.m. when the office workers are out and about. So, if you’re looking for a friend for Fido, this is the time to venture out.

East Boulder

0
Dog Parks
4 parks

Population Density
3,043 per sq. mi.

East Boulder

0

Another great dog park located on Valmont Road is the Valmont Dog Park. Inside the Valmont Park, a pup-tacular enclosed area gives your pooch the chance to run off some energy after being cooped up all day! If you are taking Fido for some vigorous exercise, be sure to take some H2O as the water in the park is only available in the warmer months. If you want to join in with your fur-baby’s exercise, then perhaps a stroll around the park’s bicycle trails with Fido on a leash is what you’re after. And remember, keep that petiquette in check. Leave the park cleaner than you found it and make sure to remove anything left behind by your pooch. After all, no one wants to see that!