Dog walking in Miami Gardens

Book on demand and scheduled walks with local dog walkers

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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Emily PMiami Gardens, FL

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Hi I'm Emily and I've been a dog lover my entire life. Growing up my family always had at least one dog, but two or three was more common! I currently have three dogs of my own, all rescued and all amazing! I love spending time with dogs, they have such a positive, loving energy that makes me happy.

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Anthony LMiami Gardens, FL

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Hey, my name is Anthony. I have an 10 year old American Bulldog. I’ve had 4 dogs and have taken care of many of my neighbors dogs since I was a kid. I love dogs and I would love to help others give their dogs the best life possible.

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Tyler TMiami Gardens, FL

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Hey, my name is Tyler. I was introduced to dogs at a very young age. My parents basically my brother and I with dogs. I have had various different breeds throughout my life. Poodles, Black Lab, Rottweiler, Jack Russel Terrier, Sheh-Poo, Boxer, Chihuahua, and Chigis. My dogs have always been a part of my family and I always try to include them as such.

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Valentina DMiami Gardens, FL

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“I’ll treat your pet as if was mine,Love is the key”

Hi! My name is Valentina, I'm Italian and I’ve been living abroad since 2005. Im in Miami Beach since 2011 and I just love pets. I started work as dog sitter and dog walker when I was living in U.K in 2006. I have experience with any size and any dog breed. I'm really looking forward to meet your pet!

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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, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience

Hilda GMiami Gardens, FL

4.9

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I grew up around dogs and have been surrounded by them ever since I was young back in my native country, Argentina. Around the neighborhood, everyone always saw that my house had the most dogs and would always come to us to have us take care of their dogs. I am reliable and trustworthy and very capable of make good decisions under pressure and in case of an emergency. I currently freelance full-time so have a very flexible schedule. I look forward to meeting you and your pup!

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Betty FMiami Gardens, FL

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Hi. I'm Betty. I'm a pet parent of 2 shihtzus, a turtle, 2 birds, 3 bunnies & 6 cats. They are my heart and I take pet parenting very seriously. I have previous experience in pet sitting as well as a kennel tech. I can't wait to meet you and your fur baby!

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Valentina FMiami Gardens, FL

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I'm a 22 year old dog fan, there's been dogs in my family since I remember and I have been responsible of my furry brothers and sisters since I got the age to, and now I'm the proud doggies keeper for all my friends.

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Genevieve CMiami Gardens, FL

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I am a 22 year old pre medical student. I have an twelve year old dog named Mocha. She has been with me for about half of my life now. She is actually the reason why I took this job. Mocha has kidney disease and I was having to pay for constant treatments as well as prescription dog food and supplements. There isn’t anything I wouldn’t do for my baby and that is what makes me good at my job. I make sure that I take care of everyone’s dog the way I would want my dog to be treated.

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

Samantha WMiami Gardens, FL

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“Pawsitive vibes fur all the good boyz and girls!”

I was the loving mom of a Great Dane and a German Shepard/Rottweiler mix. I miss their love & I miss loving on them so much. So I am looking to fill the void & spread the love until I see them again!

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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, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience

Maria CMiami Gardens, FL

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Hi, I'm Maria Crews and I live in Sunny Isles Beach. I love dogs and pets in general, and I have several years of experience with them as a owner and also volunteering at the shelters and in an animal hospital. Right now, I'm the proud, nonna, of Romeo, my daughter's dog and I have two very active ferrets! I hope soon to have the pleasure of meeting you and your fur baby!

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Dog Walking in Miami Gardens

Miami Gardens didn’t get incorporated until 2003, and since then, has been growing into a thriving, vital member of the Miami metropolitan area. Canine citizens are also valuable in Miami Gardens. While there’s one veterinarian inside the city limits, the area is well served by half a dozen more within a fifteen minute drive of the heart of Miami Gardens. Help will never be out of reach for your best friend!

As you’re exploring Miami Gardens, stop by Miami Carol City Park. This park’s community atmosphere offers you a vibrant slice of life in Miami Gardens. Take advantage of the BBQ pits to cook up a tasty meal with your dog by your side!

Buccaneer Park is another great place to go to relax and enjoy Miami Gardens. This park is mostly undeveloped space, perfect for a romp with your pup. You can jog the perimeter for a workout, or let your nose-oriented dog sniff out every inch of the grassy fields.

Lester B. Brown Park brings the perks of the previous two parks together. There is an extensive green field area, but the park also features a shaded playground for children! 

Wherever you decide to go in Miami Gardens, bring your dog for fun and relaxation.


Best Dog Neighborhoods in Miami Gardens

West Miami Gardens

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Population Density
7,656 per sq. mi.

West Miami Gardens

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West Miami Gardens has not one, but two amazing parks for you and your dog to visit! Start with a trip to Lake Stevens Park. This park is perfect for dogs and owners who just want a quiet walk. What the park lacks in amenities, it makes up in great views over the water and the ability to step out of bustling West Miami Gardens and just be in nature. If you need to entertain the whole family, North Glade Park is a better option. This park has a playground and some picnic tables that make a great base camp. You can walk the dog while the kids tear up the playground.  

Andover

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
6,085 per sq. mi.

Andover

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The simply named Dog Park in Andover is a doggie dream come true. The area is fenced, allowing your pup to romp and play off leash! There’s nothing more woofderful than watching your pet run all that energy away! The park is frequently busy, so you’ll want to make sure your dog is social, and comfortable with a potential crowd. This park is big on space and low on other enrichment activities. Bringing a ball or a frisbee is a great way to make the most of your pet’s time at the park. Remember water and a doggie bowl, too!

Carol City

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Population Density
7,768 per sq. mi.

Carol City

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A. J. King Park in Carol City is one of Miami Garden’s finest parks, and features an extensive play area for children. Dogs will be more drawn to the open, grassy spaces of this park. There’s also a baseball field that your pup can explore whenever it’s not in use. Dogs should stay leashed in this park, and you should bring along a water bowl so your dog can make use of the fountains. This park can be busy, especially after school gets out. If your dog is shy around crowds, this park is best used in the early morning or evening.

Scott Lake

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Population Density
5,949 per sq. mi.

Scott Lake

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Rolling Oaks Park in Scott Lake is a fantastic place to walk a high energy dog. This park is fairly large, and has a lot of open walking paths. The trees help to keep the temperature down, even on those warm Florida summer days. There are grassy fields surrounding the paths, so you can turn your brisk walk or jog into an amble while your pup sniffs out squirrel locations. Rolling Oaks Park is a gorgeous retreat from the bustle of the urban environment, and has something for every pup. Dogs have to be on leash inside the park, and you may want to bring your own water.

Norland

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7,362 per sq. mi.

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Cloverleaf Park in Norland is a cozy community park perfect for a quick walk when your dog needs it most. If you like to let your dog out right when you get home from work, head to Cloverleaf Park. If you don’t have time to go to the dog park every morning, Cloverleaf Park is the place to go. This small area has playground equipment and a few walking paths that circle the park. You can also let your dog enjoy the grassy spaces instead. Dogs have to be kept on leash in the park, and a doggie bowl is a must--the fountains are too tall for dogs!