Dog walking in Orlando

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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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I've always been a pet owner; I have a senior chihuahua, a 15 year old miniture pincher and a recently-rescued senior Great Pyrenees. I am also the proud owner of a green-cheek conure and a terrarium full of hermit crabs! With that, I want to offer that I absolutely love animals and will extend the same level of care to your pets that I offer my own. Along with the attention to detail needed to accommodate any of the individual needs your fluffy loved ones may have during our time together.

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I started volunteering with the local humane society years ago and within a month they hired me because of how great I handled and understood the dogs! Then I adopted my first dog! I truly believe that there are no bad dogs; just misunderstood ones. And they call me the "dog whisperer". I will give your pup all the love and care in the most professional manner. I also take great care of cats! I take all safety precautions and will follow your directions.

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Dog Walking in Orlando

Dog Walking Fun Fact #1:

Orlando may be home to the happiest place on earth, but when you are away, your home may be the most boring. Without enough mental and physical exercise, boredom could cause your dog to dig or chew their way to excitement. Spice up your dog’s life with daily walks that give your dog lots to wag about, like a stroll around Lake Eola for some pawsome swan spotting.

Dog Walking Fun Fact #2:

If your dog is a jumper or a hider, they may need some practice in good manners. New experiences, like greeting new dogs and people, can help your dog build confidence, and give you the chance to reinforce proper pup behavior. Taking regular spins around the neighborhood, or to one of Orlando’s dog parks, are great opportunities to meet lots of new furiends and practice those skills.

Dog Walking Fun Fact #3:

Just like you, your dog needs exercise to stay healthy. Regular activity can keep you both from becoming obese, or developing serious conditions like diabetes and heart disease. Whether a trek through your neighborhood, or a weekend meander to the Downtown Orlando Farmer’s Market, taking walks are a furbulous way to increase your active years, which means you can play together longer!

Average Cost of Dog Walking in Orlando

When your dog needs to get moving in O-Town, looking for a dog walker could be the solution. Most services offer 30-minute walks for up to $25, or shorter 20-minute strolls for $20. Fewer companies offer 60-minute walks which could be as much as $37. Several professional dog walkers work primarily on weekdays, and sometimes only during midday hours, which means you could be charged extra fees if your dog needs a late night or weekend walk.

Wag! makes walking your dog easy! On average, dog walkers with Wag! can take your dog for a 20-minute walk for around $15, a 30-minute meander for about $20, or even a 60-minute adventure for only $30. These thoroughly vetted and insured Pet Caregivers cater each experience to your dog’s needs. And if you have a dog who never slows down, you can save 15% when you book multiple walks in advance.

With real time GPS tracking through the Wag! app, you can watch your dog’s journey from wherever you are, and a report card after each walk will tell you all about your dog’s day out.

Dog Parks in Orlando

Whether you live in The City Beautiful, or just need some excitement between attractions, Orlando has a lot to offer you and your furry bestie. In Pine Hills, you can spot 1950s homes on a stroll to the Barnett Dog Park for a quick off-leash run. Petite pooches have their own section in this small, grass covered park right behind the Central Florida Fairgrounds.

If you’re visiting Disney World, the Dr. Phillips neighborhood is only moments away near several beautiful lakes and plenty of restaurants in Southwest Orlando. It’s also home to the Dr. Phillips Dog Park, a fenced-in space with separate large and small dog areas, doggie baths, water fountains, and shaded areas for you to watch the fun.

East of the heart of Orlando, residential Azalea Park offers the Yucatan Dog Park for playful pups, featuring two fenced in spaces for big and small pooches. And with lots of trees, this shady park is pawrific when the sun is blazing overhead. On the other end of the neighborhood is Park of the Americas where you can stroll around the lake on leash, or let your dog run free inside the fenced-in dog park.

A little south is the homey suburb of Conway where your dog will love a run in the Barber Dog Park. Though on the small side, there’s two fenced in sections, and agility equipment for the sportier pooches. And while your dog gets social with canine furiends, you can enjoy pawtastic views of Lake George.

For those in Southeast Orlando, the Meadow Woods Dog Park is the happening spot! Surrounded by swathes of trees and some man made lakes, this quiet park offers a small dog section, benches, and a pool in the summer.

Before visiting Orlando’s furbulous dog parks, be sure your dog is fully vaccinated and licensed, and wearing their tags. Keep your dog leashed when entering and exiting off leash areas, and everywhere outside of them. While your dog is playing off-leash, stay inside the enclosure and within sight of your dog at all times. Bring clean-up bags on your adventures, and always pick up after your pup.

Dog Walking in Orlando with Wag!

No dog wants to enjoy Orlando’s gorgeous sunshine from a window. When life gets busy, your dog can still explore with Wag!

Booking a walk is easy! Just download the Wag! app, select the date and time, then choose the pawfect length of walk for your pup. One-time walks are great anytime, while recurring walks are sure to tire out the energy furball in your life. When you need a walk ASAP, choose on-demand to get your dog moving in the same day. Dog walker profiles let you choose the pawfect Pet Caregiver for your pooch, which gives you a finalized rate for each walk. And with GPS tracking, and text and picture updates from your walker, you can feel like you’re part of the adventure.

Your French Bulldog, the most pupular dog in Orlando, will love to strut their stuff on a 20-minute stroll through the neighborhood. If your active Labrador Retriever needs a lot more to get tuckered out, plenty of 60-minute walks are what the dogtor ordered! And if your feisty Dachshund is on the hunt, dog walkers with Wag! can keep them moving on a 30-minute spin. Whatever your dog’s pace, a walk with Wag! is sure to give your dog something to bark about. Even if your older Maltese prefers to relax at home, Wag! can Drop-In to keep that tail wagging too.

No matter what life throws at you, keep your pup playing by booking a walk with Wag! today!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Orlando

Pine Hills

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
4,715 per sq. mi.

Pine Hills

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Pine Hills is a neighborhood in west Orlando with a beautiful park known as Barnett Park. The area has sports fields, a splash park for kids, and an off-leash dog park with separate areas for small and large dogs. You and your pup can even enjoy a pawtastic picnic at one of the nearby picnic areas. Pine Hills is also home to Pet Friendly Pawtography, with photography sessions that perfectly capture your beloved dog in all her glory. You can even get a discounted session if you rescued your dog from a shelter! And, don’t forget to stop by the local PETCO to pick up some new treats – Fido can even shop with you.

Dover Manor

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
5,225 per sq. mi.

Dover Manor

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Dover Manor is a bustling neighborhood in Orlando, close to popular locations like Colonial Town Center and East Central Park. Here, you can visit Park of the Americas, an amazing outdoor adventure with picnic areas, playgrounds, walking trails with fitness stations, and its own dog park with fenced-in small and large dog areas. Or, you can walk the trails with your pooch on his leash. Dover Manor is also the home of Ashley’s Pack Grooming, an award-winning groomer for pets! And, you can also enjoy Demetree Park, a quiet park with lakes, walking trails, and boardwalks that provides a serene outing for you and your pal.

Downtown

25
Population Density
2,738 per sq. mi.

Downtown

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Winter Park is technically its own city in Florida, but it’s considered part of the Orlando muttropolitan area. This area is chock-full of fun, dog-friendly activities and places, but first consider a stop at Blue Jacket Park. The park is right in the middle of Lake Osceola and Lake Mizell, and is a popular walking and jogging area that welcomes dogs on their leash. You can also head over to Central Park, a gorgeous park right in the midst of the popular shopping district. After you’re done enjoying the great outdoors with your pooch, visit one of the several dog-friendly restaurants right near the park, like Luma on Park, a NYC-style restaurant that welcomes dogs on its outdoor patio.

Lake Eola Heights

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Population Density
4,735 per sq. mi.

Lake Eola Heights

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Lake Eola Heights is a neighborhood right in the heart of Orlando, with tons of dog-friendly things to do! Lake Eola Park is nestled right along Lake Eola. The park doesn’t have a specific dog area, but it welcomes leashed dogs along the paths, and even has doggie clean-up bags along the way to make things simple for owners! You can also visit the Downtown Orlando Farmer’s Market with your leashed pup to browse local vendors that sell various pet supplies and homemade goodies. And, there are several restaurants near the lake that welcome your dog for a bit to eat, like Spice Modern Steakhouse with a dog-friendly outdoor seating area.

Dr. Phillips

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,287 per sq. mi.

Dr. Phillips

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Dr. Phillips is only moments from Disney World and sits near several beautiful lakes in Orlando. The pup-tastic area has its own dog park that your dog is sure to flip for. The fenced-in area has separate large and small dog areas, doggie baths, water fountains, and shaded areas for pup parents to sit and watch the fun. In the neighborhood, you can also experience tons of authentic cuisines at one of several dog-friendly restaurants, like Bento Café, an Asian restaurant with outdoor tables for you and your pooch to enjoy each other’s company. If you need a pet sitter, check out PAWsitive Strides, a team of professional sitters and walkers who will care for your pup as their own.

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