Dog walking in Laie

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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.

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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Norma JLaie, HI 96762

5.0

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“Your pup(s) will have fun on their walks with me!”

Aloha! My name is Norma! I’ve owned large breed dogs all my life; Akitas, Doberman Pinschers, Pit/terrier mixes, Aussies. More recently, our pups were two small Jack Russell terriers. Our current ‘kids’ are a Ridgeback hound mix and a small poi pup. I’m hoping to meet and walk more pups that need exercise and mental stimulation!

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

Bethany HLaie, HI 96762

5.0

(57)

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Hi my name is Beth! I’ve been working with dogs since I got my first dog at 4 and fell in love. Since then I’ve dog walked for neighbors and family, dog sat for friends, and volunteered at animal shelters. I’m excited to walk any and all breeds of dogs.

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

Kaydi SLaie, HI 96762

5.0

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Hello!! My name is Kaydi, I’m 21 years old and I’m currently studying sociology at UCLA. I’m a real people person and I love dogs. I have a little yorkie of my own who I love with all my heart. I understand how hard it is to trust your bestfriend with a stranger but I want you to know that I will care for your dog like it was my own. I am a very reliable and trustworthy person who pays close attention to a job at hand. I love meeting new dogs and hopefully I can meet yours!!

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Kara GLaie, HI 96762

5.0

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“I AM A HUGE DOG LOVER!!”

Hi my name is Kara and I am a total animal lover! I grew up with my first dog named Peaches. She was an awesome family dog, who lived until age 15. My beloved Nala, a mini dachshund gave me 18 wonderful years that I will cherish forever. I am extremely responsible and trustworthy and will take care of your dog as if he/she were my very own. I look forward to meeting you and your furry friend!

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

Karen NLaie, HI 96762

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I have taught a beginning dog class for approximately 15 years. I have trained my own dogs for AKC trials & have earned titles in dog obedience. I have had all sorts of dogs all my life. I have watched/walked dogs for friends & family. I believe in positive training methods & have taken many classes here in Hawaii, mainland & Canada. I currently live with the loves of my life my two rescues Frankie & Ringo Star.

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Chad FLaie, HI 96762

4.9

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“vibrant and energetic dog walker and sitter”

I am looking forward to meeting you and your dogs. As someone who has walked, played with, and house sat for both puppies and older dogs, I enjoy meeting pets of all breeds, shapes, and sizes. I am able to do short walks around the block, trips to dog parks, can organize play sessions, or even coordinate play times with other dogs if needed. I hope to meet you and your lovely pet soon.

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

Heather SLaie, HI 96762

4.9

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​Hi, my name is Heather. I’m 29 years old with 2 kids!! I have 8 total pets 2 cats back on the mainland and 3 dogs, a cat and 2 birds here with me. Back home I used to pet sit in my home and for pets in their own home. I have had to administer meds to some of the old timers and had to deal with hyper dogs , dogs with anxiety, and dogs who are not animal friendly . I have always loved and owned animals but the times where I couldn’t I have always found a way to be with them.

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Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care

Garrit ALaie, HI 96762

4.9

(65)

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I am a Vermonter and grew up with a dachshund and a black lab. I cared for them growing up and l have loved all dogs my whole life. In the past I have walked my neighbors dogs and I take care of my girlfriend's dog currently. When I was living in Italy I walked my Boss' dog Pino all the time in Florence and he would only go on walks with me or his mom/dad. Pino wouldn't let anyone else take him on a walk. He only likes certain people that know what he likes best. I am currently living in Delmar, NY.

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Allison HLaie, HI 96762

4.9

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Hi, my name is Allie and I grew up with a Jack Russell Terrier named Jill. I have experience caring for my Aunt's two dogs, Buddy and Kinko, and I have spent a summer dog-sitting for my cousin's (who is also my neighbor) black lab Lolly. I have also twice boarded a German Shepherd/Husky mix, Niko, at my house for a week. Most of these experiences consisted of feeding and providing water for the dogs, walking the dogs, and making sure they were happy!

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Alyona RLaie, HI 96762

4.8

(35)

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My name is Alyona I go by Ali, I have two of my own pups and I adore them. I spend my time outdoors and at dog parks mainly. Allow me to take care of your pup when your unable to. I’m excited to meet some new friends!

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Dog Walking in Laie

Laie is nestled on the northeastern shore of Oahu. Although small in size, thousands of people flock to Laie each year to visit the Polynesian Cultural Center. Locals and tourists alike take advantage of the area’s amazing white sand beaches and the laid back way of life. Your furry friend will love hanging out in this small coastal town.


You can’t come to Hawaii without living it up on the beach. Fur-tunately, Laie has some pet friendly beaches, so your pooch can hang out by your side while you soak in the sun. Mahakea Beach is a little known beach, which means you’ll get to enjoy the surf without all the crowds. Be sure to check out Laniloa Beach. Let your pup splash in the waves of this sandy beach. As with all dog friendly beaches on Oahu, dogs must be leashed and need to stay on the ocean side of the high tide debris line.


There’s no doubt your furry sidekick will love island living just as much as you do. But while you’re out enjoying Laie’s natural beauty, just remember to keep your pal safe. Hot sand, lava rock and beached jellyfish are just some of the native hazards. If she can steer clear of these, your pup will have a tail waggin’ time!


Best Dog Neighborhoods in Laie

North Laie

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Population Density
2,414 per sq. mi.

North Laie

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Hukilau Beach is located in North Laie and is an absolute must on your Doggy To Do list. Your four legged pal will love feeling sand beneath his paws as he struts his stuff around one of the most pup-ular beaches in the area. Although dogs can splash in the water, they must be leashed at all times. Facilities are not available at this beach, so be sure to bring enough H2O to keep your pal hydrated. Just like people, dogs’ stomachs can become upset from drinking the salty ocean water. No bones about it, this beach is pawsitively amazing!


South Laie

36
Population Density
516 per sq. mi.

South Laie

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Your pup will agree- a day at the beach is always a woofin’ good time, especially when that beach is in Hawaii. So leash up your pup and check out Laie Beach Park in South Laie. The park has shaded open grassy areas and picnic tables for an afternoon snack. The actual beach is referred to as Pounders Beach because of the pounding shorebreak that happens most of the year, so keep a close eye on your furry friend. You’ll get an amazing view of Laie Point as you sit back and relax on the white sand. Sounds pupstastic!


North Hauula

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Population Density
2,368 per sq. mi.

North Hauula

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Just two miles south of Laie is Kokololio Beach Park. Located in the North Hauula neighborhood of Hauula, this white sandy beach also has a forested park for picnics and barbeques. Since this park is a favorite among locals, your pup can meet and greet new friends while soaking in the Aloha vibe. Don’t be surprised if you see surfers, as this beach gets some pretty epic waves in the winter.  Leashed dogs are invited to enjoy the beach anywhere below the high tide line (the ocean side of debris left by high tide). Your pup can splash to her heart’s content in the turquoise water.

West Kahuku

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Population Density
833 per sq. mi.

West Kahuku

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Follow the Kamehameha Highway seven miles northwest of Laie, and you and your four legged friend will come to Kawela Bay Beach Park in Kahuku. You can access the park from Turtle Bay, or by a path from Kahuku Land Farms Stand. Either way, you’ll pass through a lush jungle of trees. Be sure to stop and let your pooch admire the giant banyan tree. Once at the beach, find a spot to lay out your towel, then stroll down the shore with your canine companion by your side. Remember to keep her leashed up and on the ocean side of the debris.  


North Haleiwa

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Population Density
2,735 per sq. mi.

North Haleiwa

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The Pupukea-Paumalu Forest Reserve is fifteen miles west of Laie in nearby Haleiwa, and is well worth a visit. Your pooch will be in paradise. Literally. You’ll both feel like genuine explorers as you follow the trails through dense vegetation and tropical wildflowers. If you have an athletic dog, or a pup that needs to burn some serious energy, check out the Pupukea-Paumalu Trail. This loop trail clocks in at 9.4 miles, so your pup should get pretty tuckered out. For a shorter hike, Ehukai Pillboxes is only 2.1 miles. You’ll get the same stunning scenery, just not as much mileage.