Dog walking in Port St John

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Flexible scheduling

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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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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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Hi! I'm Jillian. I grew up in Wisconsin with a black shephard, Abby, Airedale terrier, Diamond, and Jack Russel terrier, Skipper. I now share my home with a Chihuahua and we've had gone to obedience school together. Previously I have served as a volunteer at Hillsborough County Animal Services, walking dogs and helping to socialize them. I've also fostered dogs through HCAS and love having the extra snuggles. I have experience with dogs of all sizes (teacup Chihihuaha to Mastiff) and ages, as well as deaf dogs. I love meetings new dogs and learning about their unique personalities. I can't wait to meet your dog and go on an adventure through the neighborhood together.

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“"I am dog's best friend"”

To me, pets are family, and family is life! And as such, I treat and love all pets with the same level as care as I do family (if not more, hehe!) Please contact me if you are looking for an active, educated, honest, trustworthy, communicative, punctual, and professional person to take care of your "furry child" while you are away. I am more than willing to accommodate to any special requests that may be needed, just ask.

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Oral medicine administration, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull

“It’s not about you, it’s about the dog”

Hi I’m Roxy! I’ve been a professional dog walker & handler for almost 15 years. Prior to dog handling I worked in the veterinary field for 3years as a tech/assistant. I have two Staffordshire mix terriers I rescued, and grew up with an English Mastiff & Rat Terrier. I have worked with just about every size, breed, and temperament! I have also worked professionally as a zookeeper & alligator handler. I’ve been dubbed Rox-Ventura and Beastmaster by friends & family due to my affinity for animals

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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, Obedience training, Agility training, Behavioral training, Socialization training, Potty training, Therapy training, Service training, Puppy training

My experience with animals is that I currently own 3 dogs, a German Shepard, Labrador Retriever, and a Havanese! I volunteer at animal shelters and help around if needed. I also volunteer in an organization called "The Seeing Eye" which trains dogs to help blind people.

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Puppy care, Training experience

Hi! I am a long time resident of Cape Canaveral and a life-long animal lover and dog rescuer. As I enter my empty-nester years, I find myself wanting to spend my time doing what I love - being around animals and helping my neighbors. I am interesting in dog-walking and pet sitting, either in your home or mine! I'm looking forward to meeting your pets and getting to spend lots of time getting to know them!

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Puppy care

Hi my name is Nicole and an animal lover! I have 2 dogs and a cat who loves to go on walks. I volunteer once a week at an animal shelter and I’m also involved in different charities and fundraisers with the shelter I volunteer at. I foster both cats/kittens dog/puppies if needed as well and do the adoptions at our local petsmart. I also work for a rescue.

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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, Obedience training, Agility training, Behavioral training, Socialization training, Potty training, Puppy training

Hi, my name is Yvonne. I grew up in Cocoa with a golden retriever named Honey and a chow named Wickett. I started pet sitting for my family and neighbors when I was about 13. I have always had animals in my life and can't imagine living without them. I have experience with many breeds and ages of dogs from miniature pincher puppies to seven year old Rottweilers. I love dogs and can't wait to meet yours!

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Hello ! My name is Jenn I’m 26 years old and a huge dog lover. I’ve always owned dogs my entire life. I’ve owned everything from pits to chihuahuas mutts and currently own a 3 year old Siberian Husky named Ryder who is my life. I love being outdoors and going for runs. I have so much love, patience and compassion for dogs, I will be so happy to give your fur baby all the love and attention

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Greetings! My name is Fabian. I’m a first year college student. I love dogs! My family has always had a dog. Ranging from chihuahua to German Shepherds. I have plenty of experience playing with dogs, walking dogs and dog sitting for family. Can’t wait to meet your best friend!

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

Hello. Isn't this a perfect solution? Your dog wants to walk and so do I! While my children are grown and I enjoy spending time with my grandchildren, I still find there is plenty of time on my hands. I spend some of this time going for a walk and enjoying the outdoors. I'd love to share some of that outdoor time with your fur baby. I've had dogs in my life as long as I can remember. I'm experienced with everything from a small pug, Jack Russell and beagles to larger breeds like a Catahoula, shepherd or bully breeds. I really have no preference or favorite type of dog because, just like people, each dog brings it's own personality and gift to the relationship. I'm sure your pup and I could enjoy a nice walk together.

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Dog Walking in Port St John

The small, laid-back town of Port Saint John is located on the banks of the Indian River, providing gorgeous waterfront views from wherever you are in town. With neighborhood parks, dog-friendly restaurants and two animal hospitals, Port Saint John is even more fun to explore when you have your four-legged pal by your side.

There are a few parks in Port Saint John that your dog will love, such as the five acre Nicol Park. Here you will find a large playground, picnic pavilions, shoreline fishing spots and paved walking trails that will take you through the scenic park. Friendship Park is also worth checking out, with its sports facilities, picnic benches and walking path, while Fay Park is home to tennis courts, a baseball field, a playground and a picturesque paved walking path.

If your pooch enjoys eating at restaurants, then a visit to the dog-friendly Beef 'O' Brady's is a must. This sports bar serves up classic American dishes alongside a wide variety of brews, and has 12 outdoor tables that you can dine at with your pup.

With its gorgeous waterfront views, and plenty of green areas to explore, Port Saint John will no doubt captivate both you and your pooch. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Port St John

Viera

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
174 per sq. mi.

Viera

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The Viera neighborhood in Cocoa is about a mile from Port Saint John, and is home to a park that your dog will no doubt love. The Fay Lake Wilderness Park stretches out for just over 192 acres, and is not only home to a 27 acre fishing lake, picnic areas and walking trails, but also to the Fay Lake Wilderness Dog Park. The dog park is fully fenced-off, so your pooch can run safely off the lead, with separate areas for small and large dogs, and benches for owners to socialize too. While water fountains are provided at this dog park, you will need to bring your own doggie bags with you.

Bellwood

36
Population Density
291 per sq. mi.

Bellwood

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Just over two miles from Port Saint John is the Titusville neighborhood of Bellwood, where you will find a couple of pawtastic activities to enjoy with your pup. The Tom Statham Park is right by the Indian River Lagoon, offering up spectacular waterfront views along with a playground, picnic shelters, paved walkways and a boardwalk. If you need somewhere nearby to spend the night with Fido, the Manatee Hammock Campground not only allows dogs to stay with their owners, but even has its own fenced-off enclosure so that you can let your dog run off the lead for a while. Other than in this enclosure, you will need to keep your pooch on a lead throughout the campground.

Cheney Hwy/ S Washington Ave

24
Population Density
1,330 per sq. mi.

Cheney Hwy/ S Washington Ave

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About two and a half miles from Port Saint John is this Titusville neighborhood, which is home to a couple of pawsome parks. The W. W. James Park is a popular park for baseball games, and also boasts a picnic pavilion and a paved walking trail, while the Kennedy Point Park has a scenic walkway that follows alongside the shoreline. If you would like to treat your pooch to a meal after all of that exercise, there are a couple of dog-friendly restaurants in the neighborhood. New York New York is a riverside restaurant that serves up surf and turf options, while the Playalinda Brewing Brix Project specializes in both house-brewed and guest beers, and also has a tasty food menu.

Cocoa City Center

12
Population Density
2,018 per sq. mi.

Cocoa City Center

12

The City Center of Cocoa is five miles from Port Saint John, and the journey is worth it thanks to all of the parks that are located here. McFarland Park is the first one that you will come across, with its fishing pier and picnic areas, while the nearby Magnolia Point offers up some stunning waterfront views. Further south in the neighborhood is the 10 acre Cocoa Riverfront Park, with an amphitheater, playground, pavilions and boardwalk. Not too far away from here lies the 12 acre Lee Wenner Park, which again has picnic pavilions, a playground and boardwalk access. Although dogs are allowed to use all of these parks, you will need to ensure that you keep your pooch on a lead at all times.

Southmere

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Population Density
285 per sq. mi.

Southmere

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The neighborhood of Southmere in Mims is five miles from Port Saint John, and is home to the St. Johns National Wildlife Refuge, which stretches out for 6255 acres. There are a number of extinct animal and plant species that call this area home, so make sure to keep your dog on a lead so that these precious natural habitats are not disrupted in any way. The 31 acre Fox Lake Park is also worth a visit, as it boasts lakeside views, a playground, a fishing dock, sports facilities and seven miles of hiking trails, with many signs along the way to teach you about all of the native birds you will see around you.