Dog walking in Fort Wayne

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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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Katelyn SFort Wayne, IN

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Hello! My name is Kat and I am 21 years old. I have had a small Yorkshire terrier as well as a 100lb German Shepherd. So I have experience with both small dogs as well as large dogs. I also have taken animal science as well as advanced animal science in school and have experience working with many different animals.

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Evan CFort Wayne, IN

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Hi I’m Evan! I’m a wife, mom, and dog lover. Growing up we always had a few dogs in the home. I was raised to treat dogs like family members, and now having my own fur babies gives me so much joy! The unconditional love of a dog is priceless. I hope you will let me love your dog and give them the care they need while you’re away.

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

Katie GFort Wayne, IN

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“Gentle care for your best friend.”

Hello everyone I’m here to help. I’m a joyous person and seeking doggy love. I would love to put my knowledge from owning dogs into others. I am very respectful and always on top of my surroundings! I’m so excited to start this new journey.

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

Sarah AFort Wayne, IN

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Hi, I’m Sarah! I am a student at the University of Cincinnati, and I am more than happy to walk your dog for you! I live and grew up here in Fort Wayne, Indiana. I joined wag, to enjoy time with so furry friends, meet people, and for extra cash. I miss having my own dog around the house, love the outdoors, and I run nearly every morning. Wag is everything I want! I’ve dog-sat + walked dogs many times. I’m happy to chat or meet you and your lovely pet before any walk.

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Can run with dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull

Brian JFort Wayne, IN

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Hello! I'm avid dog lover, and previous owner of 3 very different dogs. I've owned a black Lab, a Rhodesian ridgeback mix, and a boxer. These dogs had various personalities, which allowed me to learn how to treat them specifically, and what to watch out for when caring for them and walking them. I hope I'm lucky enough to be able to walk your dog!

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Ale BFort Wayne, IN

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Hi! My name is ale (ally) Brito, I have grown up with dogs all my life! From 2-5 dogs in my family. Now I have a little one of my own that has been my whole life the past 3 years! We love walks and I take her on one everyday whether it’s in the morning or after work! We go for about a half hour sometimes longer, I’d love to help out others that aren’t able to do it!

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

Sara BFort Wayne, IN

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Hello, my name is Sara and I am looking forward to meeting you and your dog! I grew up in a home with small lap dogs that held my heart but enjoy playing and being active with larger dogs. Safety and reliability are top priorities for me. I want to make sure your dog is safe and comfortable as well as ensuring that you as their owner feels assured that I will be arriving on time and properly caring for them while we are out on the walk. I have many years of pet sitting and walking experience with neighbors, professors , and friends. Sometimes I have established relationships with the dogs ahead of time and others, I have a short period of time to introduce myself to the dog before walking them. Either way though, safety and reliability remain top priorities.

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Vanessa AFort Wayne, IN

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Hi, I'm Vanessa! I grew up in Orlando with two lab mixes named Rocky and Lance. I started dog walking and sitting when I was 15 for family and friends and I've been in love with it ever since! I have experience with dogs of all sizes and ages with no preference, I love them all! I understand each dog is unique and am comfortable catering to each ones specific needs. I will treat your dog with the utmost love and care to ensure it's happy and that you have an awesome and positive Wag! experience.

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Rachel BFort Wayne, IN

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“All Dogs are good”

My name is Rachel. I have worked in thr animal care field for over 10 years. I have managed a few humane society and rescue groups, as well as Volunteer at a local pound as a walker

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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

Anne MFort Wayne, IN

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I am a recent graduate of Butler University. I have lived with and walked dogs since I was a little girl. I spent time volunteering at Indy Humane walking and taking care of the dogs there. I am excited for the opportunity to get to meet and walk your dogs!

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Dog Walking in Fort Wayne

Fort Wayne, Indiana was founded on October 22, 1794, and is the second largest city in the state housing 258,522 of the 6,596,855 residents. In 2014, AMVA U.S. Pet Ownership Statistics calculated that 144,722 households in Ft. Wayne, Indiana own companion pets, such as dogs and cats. To care for these pets, there are more than 100 veterinarian clinics and hospitals.

Fort Wayne has a great variety of things to do which makes it an excellent place to live, work, and play. Fox Island County Park is a wonderful place to spend the day swimming, fishing, and they even have BBQ pits. After a fun day of swimming and fishing, your family and fur babies can enjoy dinner and see some local and exotic birds in their bird observatory.

Fort Wayne is also home to the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo, with tons of activities for children; like face painting, riding horses, a merry-go-round, water ride, and a train. If you want to see a show or concert you can visit the Embassy Theater, or take in the beauty of the Foellinger-Freimann Botanical Conservatory. After you enjoy your day at the theater be sure to take your fur babies out for a run at the Pawster Park Pooch Playground, Fort Wayne’s first dog park, located in Foster Park West on Winchester Road. It offers plenty of off leash running space, and obstacle course, and even has resources for you to teach your pooch some better manners.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Fort Wayne

West Central

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Population Density
3,056 per sq. mi.

West Central

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The West Central neighborhood is the bustling downtown center of Fort Wayne. This neighborhood especially caters to dogs visiting Fort Wayne. The beautiful Hilton Ft. Wayne Convention Center at 1020 S. Calhoun allows as many as 2 dogs up to 80 lbs for an additional $50 per night fee. The neighborhood also boasts several dog-friendly restaurants. 816 Pint and Slice on S. Calhoun serves up some brew and pizza in its outdoor patio. Dogs on leashes may sit and savor the smell of all the different pizzas that are served. Dog and human can seek out some more exotic fare while enjoying the outdoor patio at The Golden on 898 Harrison.

Southwest

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,889 per sq. mi.

Southwest

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The Southwest neighborhood is home to one of the two Fort Wayne dog parks. Pawster Park at 5113 Winchester Road is a grassy enclosure where neighborhood dogs and the surrounding areas come to play and socialize. The dog park requires a permit by the city to be used, and there is a lock on the entrance. The dogs love being members. This dog park features a separate area for small dogs. Humans are treated to a small pavilion in order to catch some shade. Drinking fountains with dogs and people in mind can be found here. The park provides waste receptacles, but asks that members bring their own bags.

Northeast

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,391 per sq. mi.

Northeast

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The Northeast neighborhood has plenty of dogs, and those dogs are happy dogs because they live close to one of the city’s two dog parks. Camp Canine, located at 1502 N. Harry Baals Drive, has some fenced grass where dogs can romp, roll, and socialize. The dog park cares about the two-legged companions, too. There a numerous benches, as well as a shelter to grab some shade on a sunny day. The dog park is divided into two areas, with one area being set aside for small dogs. Pieces of agility equipment are in both areas, so you and your dog can continue training of one area is closed for maintenance. This dog park has a lock on its gate to ensure the safety of all park goers. This park is for members only. Registration and membership fees must be arranged with the city.

Five Points

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Population Density
4,079 per sq. mi.

Five Points

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The Five Points neighborhood borders the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo and Franke’s Park. Franke’s Park will delight any being human or canine.  This park, which encompasses more than 300 barktacular acres, is located at 3411 Sherman. This wooded and hilly park gets both dog and human back to nature. Numerous trails for on-leash exercise are available, as well as pavilions and picnic areas where humans can share a lunch with a four-legged friend or barbecue with the whole family. The park also has a lake for fishing with your pup (and maybe a cool dip on a hot day).

Knolls

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Population Density
249 per sq. mi.

Knolls

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The Knolls neighborhood has a lovely suburban atmosphere, as well as a space that suburban dogs and their people are sure to love. When the sidewalks get boring for on-leash walking, a short trip to Kreager Park is the pawfect way to break the monotony. This park offers wooded trails for some on-leash exercise, and shaded benches where dogs and their humans can take a break. This park also connects with the River Greenway, which is part of the Rails-to-Trails program. The greenway offers miles of scenic paths for dog walkers to explore. A hike along the Maumee River is sure to keep your dog's tail wagging. He'll be barking to come back for more!