Dog walking in Georgetown

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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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Chelsea HGeorgetown, CO 80444

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“Long run/walks or a sit from experienced walker!”

I'm a grad student at Metro and I have experience with all breeds and types of doggos. I love to go on runs, hikes and walks with dogs. I love to board doggos so we can take lots of log walks. Be aware, I have a cat (she has lived with many different dogs!). So I also love to sit at your dogs house! I grew up with two dogs and meeting new dogs makes my day!

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

Macall HGeorgetown, CO 80444

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Hi there! I am so excited to meet your dog and take him to enjoy some outside world time! Walking and hanging with dogs are two of my favorite things to do, so the combo of them both is even better! I am happy to accommodate your dogs needs, whether the goal is as much excercise as possible or just getting outside primarily to get some good sniffs in.

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Brooke DGeorgetown, CO 80444

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Hi! It's nice to meet you and I am so excited to meet your dog! I am a recent college graduate pursing a career in wildlife filmmaking. I desperately miss having dogs around, so between gigs I thought this would be a great way to get my doggie fix! I grew up with dogs ranging from 100 pounds to 10 and am very comfortable around them. I know that for most, a dog is a member of the family, so I want you to know that I am an honest, high integrity person ulyou can trust with your furry family!

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience

Brennan GGeorgetown, CO 80444

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I am an airline pilot out of LAX and since due to my schedule I can’t have my own pups. I love spending my off time at home walking dogs and giving dogs plenty of love and attention. I also have worked closely as a dog socializer, walker, and foster mom for programs such as the humane society and labs and more. Because of these opportunities I am very familiar with the needs of all dogs, even unique requests, and am happy to work with any and all dogs.

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

Lindsay FGeorgetown, CO 80444

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“I want to be your pups new best friend!”

My name is Lindsay and I live in Idaho Springs with my pups Roxy and Sheena. Roxy is a pomeranian/pekingese mix and Sheena is a pure cattle dog. We go on hikes all the time to see the beauty of Colorado. We live in a spacious condo on a mountain next to a private lake so we always have things to do outside. I love meeting dogs and taking them on fun walks because I love seeing puppy smiles!

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Dog Walking in Georgetown

Georgetown is a small community located in the Rocky Mountains. This mountain town was founded during the Pike’s Peak Gold Rush. It grew exponentially when silver was discovered in 1864, earning it the nickname “Silver Queen of Colorado.”  Today, you can still experience the Old West charm of days gone by. During the summer, thousands of tourists visit to check out the historical sites and sneak in some hiking, biking, or fishing.  

When dinner time rolls around, grab your pooch and head over to Mother’s Saloon. Locals love this place, and it’s easy to see why. The menu is full of hearty pub grub like Smothered Burritos, half pound burgers and Reuben Sandwiches. The dog friendly patio seating overlooks a clear mountain creek. Live music is played on the weekends. The Happy Cooker restaurant is another option. Chow down on some of their famous fluffy waffles, or try a hot French Dip Sandwich. Settle in at one of the few outdoor tables so your pooch can hang out by your side.

Un-fur-tunately, Georgetown does not have any veterinary clinics. If your pup is feeling under the weather, she’ll have to go to Idaho Springs or Dillon for care. But, make no mistake; this dog loving town is a great place to raise a four legged family member!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Georgetown

South Georgetown

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
9 per sq. mi.

South Georgetown

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If your pooch is bursting with energy, it’s time for a trip to the Werlin Dog Park. She can check her leash at the gate and run around to her heart’s content. The large grassy field has plenty of room for a game of chase or some romping around. Benches are available for pet parents, so sit back and relax as your pal gets tuckered out. Be sure to bring some water so she can cool down after running herself ragged. When she’s finished playing, clip on her leash and stroll down to the City Park. Wander around the gravel paths before calling it a day. 

North Georgetown

36
Population Density
9 per sq. mi.

North Georgetown

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The Georgetown Greenway Trail is a perfect spot for a leisurely afternoon walk with your furry BFF. The path runs parallel to Clear Creek, so your pooch can listen to the sounds of the babbling brook as he gets some exercise. Follow the trail up to the Greenway Park and meander through the wooded patch of land next to the creek. Your pal can wade through the water to cool off his paws. A couple picnic tables are sit amidst the trees, so bring a sandwich for you,  a treat or two for your pup, and stick around for lunch. 

Silver Plume

24
Population Density
9 per sq. mi.

Silver Plume

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The small town of Silver Plume is about 10 minutes west of Georgetown, and is home to a puptastic hike that will make your dog’s tail wag. Make your way over to the Argentine Railroad Grade Trailhead to get the party started. As you venture into the aspens and pines, you’ll pass mining ruins and old timber. Since it sits on the north face of the mountain and is heavily forested, this trail remains nice and cool in the hot summer months. After about 2.5 miles, you’ll come to an old stone chimney at Pavilion Point. Let your pup enjoy the panoramic view before turning around and heading down the trail. 

Dillon

12
Population Density
9 per sq. mi.

Dillon

12

Head 10 miles south of Georgetown and you’ll come to a hot bed of pawsome hikes. This area is located just over the Guanella Pass in the east part of Dillon. Start your adventure with a hike to Silver Dollar Lake. Just the beauty alone will make your pooch a happy hound. After about 1.5 miles, you’ll arrive at the small blue alpine lake. The massive Square Top Mountain sits in the background. Hang out here for a while before continuing another half mile to Murray Lake. Keep your eyes open for mountain goats and moose, and fields of colorful wildflowers. Sounds woofin’ amazing!

Saint Marys

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Population Density
35 per sq. mi.

Saint Marys

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Is your dog begging for an adventure? Lace up your hiking boots, pack some water, and head over to the Chicago Lakes Trailhead. Located in Idaho Springs, this area is about a half hour drive from Georgetown. With multiple creeks, lakes, and bighorn sheep, you know this trail will satisfy your pup’s need for some outdoor fun. The lower lake is about four miles from the trailhead, and the upper lake is another mile. The nearby Lincoln Lake Trail is another furrific hike. The entire trail is about 10 miles round trip, but you can go as long as your pup has energy.