Dog walking in Litchfield

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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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Moira DLitchfield, CT

5.0

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“Experienced, Responsible Dog Walker”

Hi! My name is Moira, and I would absolutely love to walk your pup! I have multiple years experience with dog walking and boarding in my home. I also work at a dog daycare for four years now. Dogs are my life and love every second I spend with them. I also own and raised my boy, Tyson, who is now a year old.

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

Matt CLitchfield, CT

5.0

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41 year old grad students looking to make extra money. I’m your dogs best friend! :-)

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Amanda WLitchfield, CT

5.0

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“Can’t wait to meet your fur babies!”

I have worked in the dog industry for 15+ years. I was previously working at a dog daycare as a manager and dog trainer and now I am a receptionist at a veterinary clinic. I also have a bachelor’s degree in animal science from the University of Connecticut. I own 4 dogs of my own; a 10 year old Chocolate Lab, a 7 year old Bassett Hound Mix, a 3 year old Boxer Mix and 5 month old Bernese Mountain Dog.

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Oral medicine administration, Training experience, Puppy care

Kaylee MLitchfield, CT

4.9

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“Your dog will have a paws-itively good time w/ me!”

Hi! My name is Kaylee — AKA your dog’s new friend! I want to help busy pet parents, like myself, feel at ease at work, vacation, or a night out, and to know that their pup is being cared for. When your dog is with me, he/she will be treated like my own — meaning lots of pets, loving, and attention. I have experience with dogs that needs all type of care. I’ll pay extra attention to their needs. I have a dog and a cat, and they’re my world. Thanks for letting me bring that love to your pup!

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Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Puppy care

Tracy MLitchfield, CT

4.9

(142)

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“Live. Love. Bark.”

Hi Everyone!! My name is Tracy! I'm a dog Mama of two. I have a mini Australian Shepherd who is 5 and an Aussie/Poodle mix who is almost 1 year old! Dogs are my absolute world! When I'm not playing dog Mom, I work full time as a counselor but I secretly just want to play with dogs all day every day! I received my Pet CPR certification from Paws and Claws 911 at the Branford CT Fire Department on November 13, 2019 so I am trained in dog (and cat) CPR & First Aid!

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

Ron BLitchfield, CT

4.9

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Long time dog owner / lover for over 35 years There is such joy in sharing our lives with our furry, four legged family members. Life is good when you have a dog.

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Ali BLitchfield, CT

4.9

(70)

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Hi my name is Ali and I am an undergrad student at Drexel University. I have been a lifelong dog lover and have a 4 year old rescue dog named Ellie who stays at home with my parents in CT. I have years of experience pet sitting for neighbors and walking dogs of any size. I have always had a special connection with dogs since a young age. I look forward to meeting you and your best friend.

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Dog first aid and/or CPR, 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

Jessica MLitchfield, CT

4.9

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“Dog Lover”

Hello, I'm Jess and I absolutely love dogs. I have a yorkie terrier that I love to take on walks. She walks often and I love to get outside and see the city.

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Chris GLitchfield, CT

4.9

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I have owned dogs my whole life. I have a parent that is a dog trainer and heavy into Doberman rescue, so we are too. Have you ever gotten stuck at work much longer than anticipated, and thought "Oh no!!! My poor furkids!! I just know I'm going to walk into a mess, she cant hold it this long." Have you ever been drafted or mandated to work another shift and scramble to find someone, anyone, to let your furkid out so they arent stuck inside all day? I have found myself in these exact situations. I am a pet owner just like you! I get it and I want to help.

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Katy DLitchfield, CT

4.8

(57)

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I have tons of experience in dog sitting and walking. I grew up with dogs and love everything about them. I have been dog sitting/walking since I was about 12 year old and would love to get to know yours!

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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

Dog Walking in Litchfield

Nestled in the Litchfield Hills, Litchfield is considered to be the best surviving examples of a typical New England town from the late 18th century. There are five animal hospitals in Litchfield, so you can have a worry-free stay with your pup in this picturesque town.

Located in the heart of the Litchfield Historic District, the Litchfield Green is a nice spot to go for a leashed stroll, relax, and to take in the charming views with your best friend. Originally used as a common pasture ground, it now serves as a venue for outdoor concerts and other events in the summer.

After checking out the green, cross the street to DiFranco's Restaurant & Pizzeria to grab some lunch. Share an outdoor table with Fido at the patio, which is partially walled and shaded by umbrellas.

To see more of Litchfield's beautiful natural scenery, head to the Topsmead State Forest, the former summer estate of Ms. Edith M. Chase. With an English Tudor-style house, formal gardens, beautiful grounds, and several trails, Topsmead has become a top destination for picnics, photography, weddings, and dog walks. Fido is welcome to join you in the picnic areas and on the trails as long as he stays leashed.

Experience New England at its finest in Litchfield!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Litchfield

Bantam

48
Population Density
116 per sq. mi.

Bantam

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Go on a camping adventure with your pooch at Hemlock Hill Camp Resort, where you'll find modern comforts in a natural setting. Hemlock Hill comprises a mountain brook, ponds, campsites, and tent sites, with amenities that include swimming pools, bathrooms, showers, a basketball court, and a full-service store. Always keep your pup on a leash when you're outside your vehicle. If you're not into camping but need a place to stay in town, the Litchfield Inn welcomes pets of any size for an additional fee. Get ready to make yourselves at home in this colonial-style boutique property, but do call first to reserve a pooch-friendly room.

Northfield / East Litchfield

36
Population Density
162 per sq. mi.

Northfield / East Litchfield

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Comprising 4,000 acres of forest, fields, and wetlands, the White Memorial Foundation and Conservation Center is a woofderful place to spend a day in nature with your furry buddy. Situated in the hills of northwestern Connecticut, White Memorial offers 40 miles of trails for hiking, biking, and other outdoor activities, without charge. The most popular one is the Little Pond Boardwalk Trail, an elevated, 1.2-mile wooden walkway that lets you and Fido explore the wetlands around the pond. If you visit in the spring or fall, you'll be able to see bird migrations as well. Four-legged visitors are allowed on White Memorial property as long as they remain on a seven-foot leash.

Mount Tom State Park

24
Population Density
75 per sq. mi.

Mount Tom State Park

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One of the oldest state parks in the system, Mount Tom State Park is a great place to bring the family, including four-legged members. The lower section of the park is composed of a small beach on a lake, but since Fido isn't allowed in this area, just head straight to the hiking trails. The main trail, which is only less than a mile long, leads up to an old stone tower that sits on top of the park's namesake mountain. A popular attraction among hikers, the tower offers a stunning, 360-degree view of the surrounding countryside. The trail can be steep and rocky in some places, but visitors say that the views are well worth the climb.

Thomaston Rd / Buckingham St

12
Population Density
367 per sq. mi.

Thomaston Rd / Buckingham St

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Doggos that are up for a more challenging hike will enjoy the trails at Black Rock State Park in nearby Watertown. This 439-acre site was used by Native Americans in the past, as confirmed by the arrowheads and stone implements that were unearthed here. Today, Black Rock is used by outdoor enthusiasts for various activities such as camping, hiking, picnicking, and fishing. If you and your pooch are hiking up to the overlook, expect some incline and steep sections. Once you get to the summit, you'll be greeted by beautiful views of the valley. While Fido is welcome on the trails and in the picnic areas, the beach and campground are off-limits.

Camp Columbia State Park

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Population Density
150 per sq. mi.

Camp Columbia State Park

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Camp Columbia State Park is a hidden gem in the neighboring town of Morris. One of the most recent acquisitions of the Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection, the park is still being developed to improve its accessibility and recreational opportunities. The department is also working on an interpretive trail system that will highlight the park's unique and interesting history of having been part of Columbia University for nine decades. For now, you and your canine companion can check out the marked trails and stone observation tower. Dogs are welcome at Camp Columbia State Park as long as they're on a leash no longer than seven feet.