Dog walking in Lanesville

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How it works

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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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Follow along

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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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“The happier the dog, the happier the home!”

Hello there! I started my experience like most, with family pets. Now I volunteer in rescue as often as possible. It’s important to me to make sure every animal is safe, healthy, and loved. For years I've even kept pet supplies and a crate in my car because I won't let a loose dog, cat, or any animal, go ignored. Recently I've gotten serious about walking/jogging. I'm hoping to improve the life of the pets that can accompany me. I'm looking forward to working with you and your beloved companion!

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Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Dogs who pull, Puppy care

“Tell your dog I said, "Hi"”

I absolutely love animals. Growing up we had a dog and multiple cats, I fostered a dog for two years while his owners worked for the Peace Corps, and over one year ago I adopted my dog, Luna. I would consider it a privilege to walk and love on your dog!

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Hi! I'm Wesley and I love dogs! I am the proud Papa of a Yorkie mix, Bentley. He is my pride and joy and he loves to walk as much as me. I have grown up with dogs my whole life: Miniature Schnauzers , Yorkies, Weimaraners, and a slew of mixes have all been apart of the family. I will take care of your baby as if they are my own! I also have around 30 years of walking experience just on my own.

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Hi I'm Jonathan. I've lived in Louisville all my life and grew up with a house full of dogs and cats from a young age. When I was around 9 I began caring for the dog of an elderly neighbor and fell in love with walking and sitting ever since. I've since, had experience with all different sizes and many breeds from the age of 2 weeks up to elderly dogs. Having said that, I'm aware that every dog is special and all have different needs. I like to keep in shape and would love to keep your best friend fit, healthy and above all, happy. From a brisk walk to a long leisurely stroll, I'm ready to meet the needs of your pooch right away and to make sure you AND your dog love your Wag adventure.

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Hi I'm Garrett and I'm looking forward to making some new furry friends! I've been missing my family's chocolate lab back home and need to get my doggie fix. I've had experience pet sitting for friends in the past and I like all breeds and sizes. I love meeting new dogs and learning about their personalities as every one is unique. I look forward to caring for your dog and giving you the best Wag! Experience possible!

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I have been doing pet care part time for the last couple of years and have recently started to do it full time. I am available everyday if you need a recurring walk or you need someone to take care of your dog for a few days, look no further, I am 100% there for your baby. I have always had a pet in the household ever since I was kid, from chihuahuas to mastiffs. I have experience with dogs of all sizes & ages. I recently adopted a 1 year old husky. If you have any questions or special requests don’t hesitate to reach out to me, I look forward to hearing from you and your 4 legged friend. Thank you.

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“Taking extra precautions due to covid. Sanitizing!”

My name is Amy I’m from California but currently reside in Louisville KY.Huge animal lover especially dogs. I have a German shorthaired pointer who is my world! I also have two cats.I take my animals on little trips,car rides and walks often.I do doggy play dates too! If your doggy has any special needs or requirements just let me know,I always carry extra leashes and baggies with me so I got you covered.Can’t wait to meet all these pups!

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Dog first aid and/or CPR, Can run with dogs, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Potty training

Hi, my name is Amanda and I love animals, but I am a dog fanatic! I have been a dog owner for 18 years and I have two 4-year old dogs Finn and Otto. I am an artist and I work from home so I have great flexibility in my schedule for walking dogs. I am a super responsible, athletic and a caring person.

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

I have owned various dogs of all breeds/mixtures and have worked with many through friends and family. I have lived in Louisville my entire life and have been in the equine community since I was four, so I'm accustomed to working with critters of all shapes and sizes. I adore being outside regardless of the elements and am excited to meet the dogs and people of the community!

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Hi, my name is Martin. I’ve had dogs since I was a kid. I’ve dog-sat for a variety of dogs from a Maltese puppy to a Labrador Retriever. I’ve owned a Bernese Mountain dog and a Basset Hound in the city and took both for multiple walks each day. I love being around and working with dogs. Also, I am very cautious and careful when a dog is out of doors because I know that dogs are members of the family and should be treated with proper care and guidance.

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Dog Walking in Lanesville

Who doesn't love tiny towns full of character? The small town of Lanesville is located within Franklin Township in Harrison County, Indiana. The town is only 0.52 square miles in size.

Although Lanesville is a small town without any parks of its own, it is located near the Indiana-Kentucky border. Indiana is a state full of flat, lush, green land, whereas Kentucky is a semi-southern state with lots of charm and plenty of hilly areas.

Lanesville is also near plenty of larger towns, such as Louisville in Kentucky, so you and your pup can rest assured that dog-friendly fun is never far away! If you don't want to go to Louisville and prefer a more natural setting, head to one of the many national parks nearby. At a short distance from Lanesville is the Hoosier National Forest, Big Oaks Wildlife Refuge, Brown County State Park, and many more.

Sometimes, the joy of living or passing through a small town is just what your pup needs. The peace and quiet coupled with the beauty of the great outdoors is really the best thing for the mind, body and soul. Plus, you are never a short drive away from a major city.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Lanesville

Old Louisville

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
6,554 per sq. mi.

Old Louisville

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Although it may sound kind of crazy to go to another state to take your pup to a dog park, the Old Louisville Dog Run in Kentucky is only a twenty-mile drive from Lanesville. This park is an incredible place for all pooches. It has a giant green space for dogs to run and play and even a kiddie pool for pups! In addition, this dog park also has water bowls, dog toys, and many amenities. You can leave everything, including doggie poop bags and leashes, at home. Just take your pooch and watch him run and play!

Cherokee Seneca

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
6,554 per sq. mi.

Cherokee Seneca

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Also located in Louisville, Kentucky are two more parks that you can take your pooch to -- Dog Hill and Cherokee Park. As you may have guessed, one of these parks is a dog park -- Dog Hill. This off-leash park is often called a doggie heaven by pet owners who frequent the park. Although it is not fenced, it is a huge park with plenty of open space. When you're done at this park, head to Cherokee Park. This beautiful, fully landscaped park has plenty of picnic areas, a scenic walking path and a lake. It is one of the most beautiful parks in the area.

White Cloud

24
Population Density
105 per sq. mi.

White Cloud

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The best part about living in Indiana is the natural beauty that surrounds each and every town. The Harrison-Crawford State Forest is a large group of protected forests almost forty square miles in size. This huge nature preserve has plenty of beauty, greenery and trees where you and your pooch can walk, hike, run and get some fresh air. Just make sure you take your own food and water and doggie poop bags. In addition, it is important to keep your pup on a leash, because the forest is incredibly large and it's way too easy for your pup to get lost.

Cherokee Gardens

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
3,438 per sq. mi.

Cherokee Gardens

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Cherokee Gardens in Louisville is home to beautiful houses and quiet sidewalks perfect for a walk. Sometimes, though, you just have to get your pup out of the house and let them run wild and free. If you feel like your pooch is getting a little stir crazy, drive half an hour to Cochran Hill Dog Run in Louisville. This wonderful park is a pawesome place to take your dog to run and play. It is a large park with many trees for shade and even a gazebo. The park is always full of other pooches so your pup will get to make friends and socialize. Just make sure you take your own poop bags.

Williams

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Population Density
153 per sq. mi.

Williams

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Although Hoosier National Forest is approximately an hour away from Lanesville, the drive is well worth it. This gigantic forest has four large sections spanning approximately 202,814 acres. You will find an abundance of trails for hiking and walking, as well as campgrounds and scenic views. According to locals, the forest has beautiful weather year-round and plenty of open space and hidden paths to explore. Consider making a weekend of it and camping out with a good book and plenty of snacks. Always remember to keep your pup on a leash at all times. You don't want to spend a weekend searching for your lost pooch!