Dog walking in Ringgold

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How it works

Flexible scheduling

Select the date and time that best suit your needs. Want a walk ASAP? We’ve got you covered.

Customized for your pup

Choose between a 20-minute, 30-minute, or 60-minute stroll for your dog.

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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Megan BRinggold, GA 30736

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Hi there! It’s a running joke in my life that I’d choose hanging with dogs over people any day (and it’s probably true!) I have one rescue mutt at home, Stanley, and we love to hike and adventure together. I’ve so loved my last 14 months of walking with Wag - I like to spend extra time after our walks for playtime/snuggles. It’s very important to me to send detailed report cards and photos. My pup is like my child and I’d want that same level of attention and care! Dogs bring so much joy :)

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

Margaret DRinggold, GA 30736

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Dogs love and trust me! I have 20 years experience in daily walking, feeding, and just a little play date with dogs. I also have done many years of vacation sitting for dogs in my home and theirs. I adore animals and even h nursed a French Bulldog back to health after he lost the use of his hind legs. Have held dogs on my lap thru thunderstorms and terminal illnesses. You will never be disappointed with me!

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Margaret CRinggold, GA 30736

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“Dogs make our lives whole!”

Hello, my name is Margaret. I would love to meet your four legged children. I have three four legged and zero two legged. Must love dogs! I currently have a great pyrenees, lab mix and havenese. I can handle any size of dog. I love walks. I would love to meet your pup!

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Corenda KRinggold, GA 30736

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Hello, I’m Corenda, I’ve been walking dogs with Wag for over a year now, also sit and board as needed. I love being with doggies, walking with them, playing with them and enjoying each of their personalities. I would love to be a part of helping you care for your pet, giving them attention and love when you are away or walking them as needed. I feel a happy, healthy dog is a active dog. I’m looking forward to meeting you and your loving pet.

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Hannah FRinggold, GA 30736

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“I'm here to love your pups as you would yourself!”

Hi, I'm Hannah! I'm a student at UTC. I have a dog of my own at my hometown. I couldn't bring him with me due to living on campus, so walking dogs between classes will allow me to get the joy of walking dogs again while I'm away from home. I enjoy going on walks, especially with a dog!!

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Kenneth FRinggold, GA 30736

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I have been a dog lover all my life. I got my first dog when I was 3 years old. I was an Animal Services Officer for 16 months and have handled many dogs of different breeds, personalities and temperaments. Currently I work at a local animal hospital. I would love to spend time with your dog and become it's new best buddy (besides you of course).

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Jaylene HRinggold, GA 30736

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Hi, I’m Jaylene! I’ve been a dog lover ever since I got my first dog at age nine and I am so excited to be able to meet and walk other people’s dogs! Some of my favorite things to do are going on hiking trails, swimming and trying new cooking recipes. I am currently in nursing school. I am so happy to be able to take your on a walk!

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Madeleine BRinggold, GA 30736

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“Will become your dog’s #1 fan!”

Animals and specifically dogs are a huge part of my life. Treating them with care is something I take very seriously. I’ve been taking care of pets for about six years now. Additionally, I have a small dog of my own. I’m committed to taking care of your dog to the best of my abilities. I’m a college student who wants nothing more than to give your dog the best walk they can get!

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Evan DRinggold, GA 30736

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Hi! My name is Evan, and I'd love to go for a walk with your pet! I've had dogs in my family since I was a child, and currently have a Golden Retriever and Australian Shepherd at home. I know how close your canine can be to your heart from having my own that mean so much to me. I understand that you may worry to entrust your pet to someone else, but I can promise a very attentive and cautious walk every time. Your animals safety comes first for me, and if we're both up for it - we'd love to have some fun on our walk as well!

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Jenna CRinggold, GA 30736

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“The best pet service in town coming at you!”

Hi there! I have been an animal care specialist for the past 6 years. I graduated with a bachelors in Outdoor Recreation and then completed my certificate program for animal behavior and am now working on my masters degree in Conservation Law. I have worked with animals in zoo settings, sanctuary settings, and shelter settings. I am extremely knowledgeable in animal behavior, handling, medications, and more. I cant wait to meet your pup!

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Dog Walking in Ringgold

The city of Ringgold, Georgia is situated in Catoosa County, just below the border to Tennessee. This small city is rich in history, and is named after Major Ringgold who died in the American-Mexican war. While you’re exploring the charming historical buildings in this town with your dog, you’re sure to find parks and trails along the way! This town is also home to four veterinary clinics, making pet care a breeze.

A furtastic way to spend some time with your canine companion in this town is by taking a walk along the Chief Richard Taylor Nature Trail. This trail winds along the South Chickamauga Creek, through peaceful forests and around a large beaver pond. The trail leads all the way to a waterfall. This trail is takes you right into nature, but is conveniently accessible from the downtown area of Ringgold, off Emberson Drive. This is a multi-use pathway, so be sure to keep your dog leashed and picked up after.

If you and your pup would like to kick back in nature for a while, head over to the Battlefield Campground and RV Park in Ringgold. The campsites feature a picnic table, fire pit and grill, and welcomes leashed dogs. There’s even a nature trail here to enjoy!

Whether you live here or you’re just in town for a visit, it’s clear that your dog doesn’t need to miss out on the fun in Ringgold!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Ringgold

Ringgold City Center

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Population Density
841 per sq. mi.

Ringgold City Center

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In the City Center of Ringgold, you and your pupper can see some greenery while exploring the quaint shops and architecture. Here you can enjoy the Downtown Creek Walk. This walk connects the Highway Commercial District to the Historic Downtown District, and runs alongside the Chickamauga Creek. The peaceful walkway features benches and the scenic Old Federal Bridge. Along the way, you can find the Little General Children’s Park. This family friendly park has a playground, picnic shelters and grassy areas to sniff and play on. The Creek Walk and the Little General Children’s Park both welcome our four-legged friends, as long as they stay leashed and are picked up after.

Indian Springs

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Population Density
436 per sq. mi.

Indian Springs

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In the Indian Springs neighborhood of Ringgold, you can find another puppy paradise in the Elsie A. Holmes Nature Park. This park features over 2 miles of trails, divided into six different options. These peaceful trails meander through hardwood forests and along the South Chickamauga Creek. You and your pup will love the sights and smells of the blooming wildflowers along the way. The park also features a large screened in pavilion and restrooms. Whether you want to have a picnic, do some fishing, or get a break from the bustling city life, this nature park is a great place to go. The park welcomes leashed dogs of course, as long as they stay controlled by their owners and are picked up after.

Belvins Acre

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Population Density
600 per sq. mi.

Belvins Acre

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The town of Ringgold has its share of small urban parks to enjoy with your playful pooch. In the Belvins Acre neighborhood of Ringgold, you can find the Jack Mattox Park which features a large covered pavilion with 9 picnic tables where you and your doggo can relax in the shade. There are also restrooms, a fishing pond, athletic fields, and a 1.2 mile walking track. Leashed dogs are welcome outside of the athletic facility. They need to be picked up after, so don’t forget the waste bags! After working up an appetite, head over to Tres Amigos, located in the same neighborhood. Here you can chow down on some Mexican food next to your best pal at one of the dog friendly outdoor tables.

Cannondale

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,612 per sq. mi.

Cannondale

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You don’t need to go far to find a place for your dog to enjoy some glorious off-leash freedom! In the Cannondale neighborhood of Chattanooga, Tennessee, you can find the Heritage Dog Park. This park is less than 20 minutes away from Ringgold, and offers a safe place for your pup to run, play, and enjoy some pawsitive socialization. This park has separate fenced off areas for small breeds and the big guys too. Features include water and bath stations, agility equipment, and free educational programs. The surrounding Heritage Park also features a pretty walking path near a creek. Dogs must stay leashed while they’re not in the fenced in areas. From this park, you can find a bridge that leads to Bruster’s Ice Cream that welcomes dogs at the outdoor seating. They even make a free sundae for your best pal with dog bones crumbled on top.

Fort Oglethorpe City Center

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Population Density
722 per sq. mi.

Fort Oglethorpe City Center

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Just across the border into the neighboring town, you can find the Fort Oglethorpe City Center. Only a 30 minute drive away, it’s from here that you can access one of the largest outdoor green spaces in the Chattanooga Area in Fort Oglethorpe. This is the Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Par which contains almost 10,000 preserved acres and historic civil war battlefields to explore. If you and your pooch are itching to get into the great outdoors, this is the place to go! The Chickamauga Battlefield has about 50 miles of trails, and the Lookout Mountain Battlefield has about 30. Leashed dogs are welcome to join their two-legged friends, just be sure to bring waste bags and follow the “Leave No Trace” policy.