Dog walking in Kingsland

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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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Brittany UKingsland, GA

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Hi! My name is Brittany. I recently moved to Texas with my family. We also have 3 fur babies Pandi (Great Dane), Bruce Batman (Basset mix), and Anakin Skywalker (Doxin mix). I love all types of dogs! I know being a full time working Fur parent can be stressful. Please allow me to help by giving your dog a little extra love attention and exercise while you're away.

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Emily FKingsland, GA

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Hey there! My name is Emily and I am an animal lover. I have worked with all types of animals in my career (dolphins, sea lions, horses, turtles, you name it!) and would love to work with your pup as well! I have grown up with dogs and taking proper care of them has always been a top priority. Looking forward to meeting you and your fur baby!

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Haley DKingsland, GA

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“I'm the crazy dog lady!”

Hi! I'm Haley. I'm a mom of 2 human babies and 6 fur babies. No, that's not a typo. I have 6 dogs! I love my dogs just as much as I love my humans. I have a lot of experience working with dogs since I worked at a veterinary office for 2 years and I am a certified professional dog trainer. I am certified in small animal CPR and First Aid as well. I promise to give your pup a great time out in the safest way possible!

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Specialties

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

Andre TKingsland, GA

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I grew up around dogs. My family had a golden retriever called Mel and I walked her all the time. Also, we would keep the neighbor’s dogs when they were traveling and it was always lots o fun. Currently I chave an Australian Sheppard mix and he is adorable.

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Erin CKingsland, GA

4.9

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I have been sharing my affection with puppy companions my entire life. I volunteered as a green belt at Best Friends Atlanta adoption center. I have an open heart and time schedule for any pup (adults included) in need of a potty break or a good jog around the community or baths and vet visits when needed. As a military personnel, I take pride in being able to serve my community and provide safety to both human and furry residents of Florida. I hope to meet all of the wagging tails I can soon.

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Ashley EKingsland, GA

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Hey! My name is Ashley and I am a stay at home mom doing something I love with my free time. I have always had animals in my household growing up from reptiles, birds, cats, and of course dogs! I currently have 3 dogs of my own. A golden retriever named Jake, a Goldendoodle named Josie, and a Pitbull mix named June. I love everything about animals and caring for them. I can’t wait to meet your little fur babies!

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Sarah DKingsland, GA

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I'm a mom of four teens and am unable to have a dog of my own due to my kids' allergies, but I would love to help take care of your dog! I love everything about dogs -- how sweet they can be, their unconditional affection, their playfulness and their varying personalities. If I walk your dog, I will cater to your dog's unique personality and needs as if it were my own. We grew up always having dogs, and I worked previously as a dog walker for years, so I'm very familiar with dog care. I'm also an avid walker, so your dog will get its exercise needs met while in my care. Thank you for the opportunity to take care of your dog.

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Tayler CKingsland, GA

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Hello! My name is Tayler Cates and I'm a big animal lover. I love all types of pets from your adorable dog or cat to birds and bunnies to interesting reptiles and rodents. I've lived with a variety of dogs through out my life and currently have 2 wonderful cuties of my own. I try my best to let the dogs wander around during walks, have breaks, play, explore and get some loving while still being safe and cautious. I hope I can meet your furry friend!

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Mike MKingsland, GA

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Time to walk dogs!!

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Renee GKingsland, GA

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My love of animals started when I was a little girl. Most of my furry friends were cats but I have a few best friends that have paws as well. Currently my best friend is my cocker spaniel named Brindle Lee who I have had since he was eight weeks old and he is seven years old now. He’s like Fozy Bear off the Muppets and I love him like he is one of my children

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Dog Walking in Kingsland

Tucked in the southeast corner of the Georgia Coast, Kingsland is about half an hour away from Jacksonville and Cumberland Island National Seashore. Mild year-round temperatures, beautiful coast and marshlands, and small town vibes make Kingsland a puptastic place to live and visit. The city has four animal hospitals to ensure that you and your pooch have a pawsitive experience in Kingsland.

Daily exercise is essential to your best friend's health, so make sure Fido stays active by taking him for a leashed walk at the Kingsland Veterans Memorial Park. Dedicated to past and present servicemen and women in all branches of the US Armed Forces, the park houses a memorial, monuments, paved walkways, picnic tables, and lawn areas.

Another spot where you can bring your pooch for a stroll is the Little Catfish Creek Park. This 4.1-acre roadside park has minimal amenities that include a playground and picnic tables but enough space for Fido to stretch his legs.

If you and your pup are driving through Kingsland and need to take a pawse, make a pit stop at the Petro along East King Avenue. This stopping center has a dedicated area for four-legged travelers, complete with waste bags and trash receptacles. You can also pick up some pet care products at the travel store.

Get the royal treatment that you and your pup deserve in Kingsland!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Kingsland

Gross Road

48
Population Density
768 per sq. mi.

Gross Road

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The Howard Peeples Park is a popular spot that spans over 18 acres. This park is never empty, with features that include three pavilions with picnic tables, multiple athletic fields and courts, and two playgrounds. Go for a leashed stroll under shade trees on the walking paths and grassy areas, watch the local kids play their favorite sports, or duck under one of the picnic pavilions and share a snack with Fido. You and your pup can cover a lot of ground walking around the Howard Peeples Park, so he'll be all nice and tired when it's time to go home.

Lake Forest South

36
Population Density
768 per sq. mi.

Lake Forest South

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Folks that are passing through or traveling to Kingsland with a dog in tow would be pleased to know that there is no shortage of pup-friendly hotels in the city. One option is the Red Roof Inn, which welcomes one well-behaved pet of any size for no additional fee. They even offer a Pet-Friendly Package, which can be purchased at the front desk, in case you forgot to pack treats and toys. Just a stone's throw from the Red Roof Inn is the Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, where one pet up to 50 lbs is allowed for an extra fee. No matter where you choose to stay, always call the hotel in advance to avoid unwanted surprises at check-in.

Kingsland

24
Population Density
1,664 per sq. mi.

Kingsland

24

Looking for a place to spend a nice afternoon with your pooch? The Kingsland Lions Park features a half-mile walking trail and grassy areas that any canine will enjoy. This 12.4-acre park is especially busy during baseball season, as it is also home to multiple baseball fields, including the handicap accessible Justin's Miracle Field. All dogs must be kept on a leash while at the Kingsland Lions Park. After getting some exercise in, make your way to Salt.Pepper.Thyme, where you can share an outdoor table on the sidewalk with Fido. Reservations are recommended at this restaurant, which serves Southern cuisine with a French twist.

Pine Bluff

12
Population Density
352 per sq. mi.

Pine Bluff

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If you and Fido are traveling in an RV, make yourselves at home at the Country Oaks Campground & RV Park. Just minutes away from coastal waters, Country Oaks offers 44 RV sites with full hook-up, surrounded by oak and palmetto trees. This pet-friendly campground also has paved interior roads, picnic tables, free Wi-Fi, and a stocked pond. Another place where you can park your RV is the Jacksonville North / St. Marys KOA, where amenities include complimentary breakfast, a fitness center, a general store, and a fenced-in dog park. All of the KOA's sites are pull thru and come with free cable and Wi-Fi.

West Kingsland

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Population Density
123 per sq. mi.

West Kingsland

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The Browntown Wilderness Park is a good place to go for a leashed walk, should you and Fido find yourselves in the western part of town. Spanning almost 28 acres, this site offers lots of space for you and your pup to stretch your legs and get a good workout in. There's also a nature trail that winds through a wooded area. Other amenities of the Browntown Wilderness Park include multi-use fields, a basketball court, a playground, and a pavilion with a kitchen. There are no dog-friendly eateries within walking distance of the park, so be sure to bring snacks and treats!