Dog walking in Hiram

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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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Tomas EHiram, GA

4.9

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“Delivers the EXPERIENCE your canine(s) will love!”

His achievement badges say it all! Thomas strives to provide the best dog care experience through stellar care skills. He's equipped with time-tested expertise to adhere to the love and care standards set by you! Three quick steps for reputation-backed care for your beloved canine(s): (1) Review pawesomeness consistency (2) Ask your doggy for a thought (3) Book for pawsome memories!

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Valerie LHiram, GA

4.9

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hello!bonjour! I am Valerie, I am from Belgium and lived here since 6years . I have experience with dogs since I was young.During my first year of work, I shared a house and gave love and caring to 2 wonderful friends ( an Akita and a Shiba Inu. In USA, I started dog walking for neighbors and I am looking forward to meet your baby !

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Can run with dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care

Lindsey MHiram, GA

4.9

(1579)

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My name is Lindsey. The protection of animals are one of my biggest passions and purposes. I'm a vegan that has owned and cared for any kind of animal you can imagine. I had a small dog sitting service during college called 'Fuzzy Buddies' that I loved. My degree is in Film making but I keep coming back to animal jobs because it's what makes me happy.:)

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Janet EHiram, GA

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“I have deep love and compassion for all animals.”

Hello! My name is Janet and I am a huge dog lover! I simply cannot get enough of them! I have rescued many dogs and have even had success finding their rightful owners. I am comfortable with dogs of all sizes and am very patient with dogs that show anxiety when meeting me. I sit for dogs while their owners are away and enjoy bonding with them. I will love your precious pooch as if he/she were my own.

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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, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Socialization training, Therapy training, Service training, Puppy training

Kelly WHiram, GA

4.9

(1090)

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My name is Kelly, and I love dogs! I have owned dogs all of my life and I am experienced with all breeds big and small. I am very flexible and can help you with all of your pooches needs. I am currently a biology major at Kennesaw State University and when I graduate I would like to work with animals.

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Donna THiram, GA

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Hello, I'm Donna Tamblyn. My husband and I live in Marietta. My 85 year old mother lives with us. She has alhemizers and congested heart failure. I am 59 years old and I was in the restaurant business 20 years and for the last 15 years owned and operated 2 driving schools. We sold the businesses 4 years ago so I could stay home with my mom. We have 4 dogs and 9 cats! Absolutely loves animals!

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Senior dog care, Fast walker

Kimberly PHiram, GA

4.9

(926)

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I am an energetic, responsible owner of a nine year old service dog who the vet says is the healthiest dog he knows! I'll treat your dog like my own with the same special love and care I do for Fiona. I'm super flexible and ready to go. Can't wait to meet your dog.

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Ryan CHiram, GA

4.9

(880)

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“Love having a wore out dog?Get me as your walker!”

Hello my name is Ryan Cochran I'm from Atlanta, Ga and I'm trying to be your next wag walker!! I've grown up with dogs all my life and 3 of my own right now. I used to work for Pet Supplies Plus so I'm very knowledgeable about dogs and other animals. If you pick me as your walker you will get a caring, loving, strong young man!

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care

Taylor MHiram, GA

4.9

(921)

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“Excited to care for your fur baby!”

Hello everyone! My name is Taylor. I absolutely love animals. I grew up riding horses, raising chickens, and playing with the dogs. I have a rescue puppy of my own, and it has been such a joy watching him grow up. I look forward to meeting you and your pup!

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

Abbie JHiram, GA

4.9

(670)

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Hi! My name is Abbie and I have always had a passion for dogs. I have years of experience dealing with dogs, including grooming dogs and dog sitting. My years of grooming taught me how to deal with a variety of dogs with a variety of personalities. I would love to get to know your dog too!

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Dog Walking in Hiram

Hiram, Georgia is a small and friendly community with big connections. Less than 20 miles from Atlanta’s I-285 perimeter, Hiram manages to keep its Southern charm while surrounded by suburban convenience. Sophisticated pups have access to the finer things: the Whole Dog Market in Vinings is an easy errand from Hiram for super-premium foods and handmade rawhide products from locally-sourced, humanely-raised beef.

Hiram is a stop on the Silver Comet Trail, a 61-mile converted rail line that runs from Cobb County to the Alabama line. It’s a pawpular spot for hikers, bikers, and barkers from all over the state. Hiram is near the 14-mile marker from the eastern trailhead in Smyrna. If you choose the longer journey to the west, you can even connect to the 33-mile Chief Ladiga Trail at the state line. There are periodic exits to facilities along the trail, but be sure to bring plenty of water for the whole family.

Adjacent to the Hiram trailhead for the Silver Comet are Homer Leggett Park and — best of all — Hiram Hounds Dog Park with three fenced, off-leash play areas. Plans are in the works to add agility equipment! There’s also a short path around the lake at Ben Hill Strickland Sr. Memorial Park. Don’t worry if your pal pulls a muscle: with two veterinary hospitals in Hiram and two more in the adjacent town of Dallas, he’ll be back in tip-top shape in no time. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Hiram

Powder Springs

48
Population Density
1,945 per sq. mi.

Powder Springs

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Just 5 miles from Hiram, Powder Springs, GA is a town of trail-lovers. The city loves to brag about the network of trails and paths that connect neighborhoods around town, built to offer safe foot travel for your entire pack. Note that the Lucille Trail and Wild Horse Creek Trail both connect to the Silver Comet Trail, another access point if you’re working through that 61-mile journey in shorter segments. There is also a less-ambitious 1.25-mile paved trail at Taylor Farms Park in between Hiram and Downtown Powder Springs. The park is open until 11 pm, so your fur family can share an after-dinner walk together even after a long day at work.

Dallas

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,110 per sq. mi.

Dallas

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The Dallas Dog Park is located inside Dallas City Park, 8 miles from Hiram. The park is open and well-lit until 11 pm, so it is a perfect place for walking off those extra-long days with your very best friend. The city park also has paved walking trails, or you can catch the Tara Drummond Trailhead for the Silver Comet in Dallas. Just a few miles south of Downtown Dallas is White Oak Park, with restrooms and a paved walking trail that loops around the two fishing ponds and playground. There’s even a disc golf course and trailside fitness equipment if you want to make your exercise more goal-oriented. 

Douglasville

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,448 per sq. mi.

Douglasville

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In Douglasville, less than 9 miles from Hiram, Deer Lick Dog Park on Mack Road has no breed restrictions and provides separate areas for small dogs and a water station. If there’s not enough of a crowd to frolic with at Deer Lick, head into the Arbor Place shopping district of Douglasville and scope out the nine restaurants with dog-friendly patio seating. From BBQ to ice cream, all your pup’s favorite people-foods are up for grabs! If you overdo it, you can always hit the 0.5-mile walking trail down the street at Fowler Field Park. Don't forget to bring some waste bags with you.

Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield

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Population Density
3,155 per sq. mi.

Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield

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The Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park is 12 miles from Hiram. The park preserves a moment in American history: a June 24, 1864 Civil War battle that gave General William T. Sherman a brief setback on his march to Atlanta. There are interpretive displays if your pack will be patient while you nerd out. If not, you have 18 miles of walking trails to work off their energy. If you hop on at the Visitor’s Center, the trail to the top of Kennesaw Mountain is a 2-mile loop. The ascent would be hard on short legs, but the mountaintop view over the Atlanta skyline is worth it (even if your friend has to be carried part of the way). Remember to bring water for the whole family. 

Sweetwater Creek State Park

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Population Density
1,139 per sq. mi.

Sweetwater Creek State Park

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Less than 15 miles from Hiram, Sweetwater Creek State Park is one of Atlanta’s favorite weekend hangouts. The creek feeds a 215-acre lake popular with fishermen and paddlers. Your pups can walk off a week’s worth of treats on three challenging trails. The Red Trail is a 2-mile round-trip to the ruins of the New Manchester Mill along the whitewater of Sweetwater Creek: pick up a historical guide at the park’s interpretive center. The White Trail is a 5.2-mile nature loop that also stops at the mill ruins. Either trail earns credit towards your free t-shirt and bandana from the Tails on Trails Club, so make sure you get your passport stamped at the ranger station. (Not a member yet? Pick up a passport and hike 7 of the state’s most scenic trails with your best furry friend, and you’ll each get a prize.)