Dog walking in Leavenworth

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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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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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Danielle SLeavenworth, KS

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“Experienced, reliable & excited to meet your pup!”

I’m so excited to be able to share my passion for being outside with all the new and old doggos in my life! I have 10 years of experience walking and caring for dogs of all sizes, ages and temperaments. I spent the last year working at an animal sanctuary in South America where I was responsible for the care, management and enrichment of 21 wild felines, which included taking them on daily walks in the jungle. I’m thrilled to now offer my care, love and time for more people’s best friends!

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience, Obedience training, Potty training, Puppy training

Toni WLeavenworth, KS

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“Happiness is time spent with a great dog!”

Hi! I absolutely adore dogs and would love to meet yours! I’ve had a dog by my side since birth. We’ve owned Cocker Spaniels, Pekingese, Akitas, Rottweilers, a Blue Heeler and an American Eskimo. I have lots of personal experience with many different breeds, sizes and fur types. I think a dog is truly a family member and should be treated as such. Every family is different so I’m happy to do whatever is best for your furry family member.

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Kate BLeavenworth, KS

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My name is Kate Bouwer and I have spent my whole life with dogs around me. I cannot imagine life without them. I so enjoy being outdoors and dogs are the perfect companion while taking in natures wonders. I currently have two dogs of my own and am fostering another while we find her forever home. I am so excited to be part of the Wag team.

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Mackenzie RLeavenworth, KS

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“I love animals and I can't wait to meet your pet!”

Hi, I'm Kenzie! To me, pets count as additional family members. I have lived with cats and dogs for my entire life. I'm familiar with all sizes and breeds. I've worked with many families for years, house- and pet-sitting and then I started walking for Wag in March of 2018. I love getting to know the pets I work with, because I think that each and every animal has their own quirks and personality. Thank you for taking the time to get to know me. I can't wait to do the same with your furry friend!

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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

Rhonda PLeavenworth, KS

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Hi! My name is Rhonda. I'm a lifetime animal lover with a sidekick named Rocky, my 12 yr old Border Collie. I've had all kinds of animals as far back as I can remember and that's about half a century. I raised two sons so you can only imagine the pets and critters that were brought into our home when they were younger. Yes, you guessed it! Lizards, snakes, turtles, mice, a ferret, cats, minnows, worms, frogs and dogs. Needless to say, I have a lot of experience with animals...and kids. You're fur baby will be in great hands with me and we'll have so much fun on our walks! I'm looking forward to meeting you and your furry sidekick!

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Terri TLeavenworth, KS

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“Four Legged Friends are the Best Kind of Friends!”

I currently live in Kansas City,MO in the northland. I have owned a dog in past but currently only a cat mom. We had a border collie who passed away so I get my puppy fix or dog fix by walking others sweet fur babies. I have boarded at my home and loved the snuggles and helping a family avoid boarding at a vet. I love walking and spending time outside so including a dog walk is great companionship. I have a pretty open schedule and able to walk afternoons and evenings everyday.

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Alex MLeavenworth, KS

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I took care of my springer spaniel growing up. Then in high school I had a job taking care of two labs, one brown and one black. I would mainly spend the night over at the owners house when I dog sat. I love to play with them and making the dogs tired so they are not wild at night.

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Chelsea NLeavenworth, KS

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“Happy pet, happy owner!”

Hi, my name is Chelsea. I was born and raised in Kansas City with my pups. I regularly volunteer to walk the dogs at KC Pet Projects that are waiting for adoption. It makes me so happy to see them happy on their walks. Even dogs that have busy owners, I love to get them out during the day before their owner gets home!

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Taelor FLeavenworth, KS

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“Squirrel”

Hi my name is Taelor. I’m a mom to three awesome kiddos and have two fur babies myself. I am a stay at home mom trying to add a little extra income to our household in my free time. I hope I get to meet your sweet fur baby !

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Morgan DLeavenworth, KS

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I worked at a vet clinic for 2+ years as a kennel attendant. Playing and walking the dogs and meeting their human family was the best part, so WAG is perfect! I've worked with small to large dogs, puppy to senior, and even some reactive dogs. I have a spoiled American Sraffordshire at home, with her own room! I can't wait to meet you and your furry family members!

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Dog Walking in Leavenworth

Leavenworth was the very first city incorporated when Kansas first became a state. It’s now a thriving, medium-sized city that hosts one of the largest communities in Kansas. Most people are familiar with Fort Leavenworth and Leavenworth Prison, but it might come as a surprise how dog-friendly the city is. With 424 acres of parks, play areas, and spacious greenbelts, you won’t have to leave Fido behind when it’s time to explore this pawsome place. And there are five local vets to care for your furry family members,  with emergency care available in neighborhing towns.

The Waggin Tails Dog Park is the pawfect place to let your furry friend burn off some energy. Located near the North gate of the Veterans Complex, this six-acre park provides separate grassy areas for big and small pups. Dog waste stations are on-site, and water fountains are usable April-October, when the risk of freezing is low. Designed with adventurous puppy pals in mind, each section has double entry gates for safely getting your doggo on and off leash upon entering and leaving the off-leash area.

The Weston Bend State Park offers sweeping views of the Missouri River from a three-mile fur-iendly paved-loop trail for hikers and their four-legged companions. There’s also a 1.75-acre off-leash dog park divided into designated areas for small dogs and large dogs with parking near the State Park office. Each enclosure has a park bench, a doggie water fountain, and a pet waste station.

The dog-friendly city of Leavenworth is chock full of restaurants, outdoor spaces, and furrific places to explore. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Leavenworth

North 4th/Seneca

48
Population Density
3,382 per sq. mi.

North 4th/Seneca

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Don’t miss out on taking in a sunset stroll along the Missouri River at the Leavenworth Landing Park. Your doggo will love the Three-Mile Creek Trail that begins at the southern end of the park and runs to Haymarket Square. The six-block trail is the pawfect way to see the natural beauty of the river city. The Days Inn Leavenworth is a dog-friendly place to spend the night, or if you prefer to sleep under the stars, you and your doggo can head over to the Riverfront Park Campground. As the name suggests, the campground runs right along the river. You and your fluffy friend will love the open area. There are RV hookups or you and your sniffer can rough it in a tent for a woofderful outdoor experience. 

Metropolitan/Grant

36
Population Density
769 per sq. mi.

Metropolitan/Grant

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The Buffalo Soldier Memorial Park surrounds the Buffalo Soldier Monument that honors the 9th and 10th Cavalry Regiment African-American soldiers, who were known for extraordinary bravery and military service. Located in Fort Leavenworth, an active U.S. Army installation, you'll have to sign in at the gate in order to visit. Once you’re on base, you can enjoy the FMWR Dog Park behind the Infantry Barracks, near the Hunt Lodge and Doniphan Field. Open from dawn to dusk, there are separate fenced-in areas for small and large doggos to run, play, and navigate the agility course. After a long day, enjoy a nice meal out with your four-legged friend at Metropolitan Steakhouse for a perfectly cooked steak served under an umbrella on the patio. 

Bain City/University of St. Mary

24
Population Density
1,747 per sq. mi.

Bain City/University of St. Mary

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You and your puppy pal can enjoy a short walk around the campus of the University of St. Mary’s. Founded in 1859, the classic red brick architecture and tall spire of Annunciation Chapel make a beautiful backdrop for your stroll. In case you decide to spend the night, America’s Best Value Inn is a dog-friendly place to spend the night. For extra supplies, you and your fluffy friend can make a quick stop at Westlake Hardware for pet food and other puptastic supplies. Head to the Buffalo Bill Cody Park for a pawtastic walk. This park sprawls across 15 acres of fur-iendly land. Your four-legged companion will love the small 1/4 mile walking path next to Five-Mile Creek, so named for its distance from the flag pole located in the center of Fort Leavenworth's parade ground. 

Spruce Street & South 20th

12
Population Density
2,572 per sq. mi.

Spruce Street & South 20th

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Head to Hawthorn Park in this neighborhood to enjoy 9.5 acres of land that await the explorations of you and your furry sniffer. Your pup will love the loop trail that encircles the entire park. Although the trail is pup-friendly, you’ll need to pack in your own water and doggy bags. Havens Park is a 65-acre jewel at 22nd and Ottawa, where short distance trails crisscross and connect within it. Some of the rough trails are used by mountain bikers, so keep your four-legged pal safely away from fast-moving traffic. The main paved trail is a 0.8 mile moderate loop that features beautiful wildflowers in the spring. Be sure to pack your own water and doggy bags, as there aren't any on the trail.

10th Avenue/Limit

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Population Density
565 per sq. mi.

10th Avenue/Limit

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Take your friendly pup to the 10th Avenue Park near Warren Middle School. The grassy triangular-shaped park is a great place to throw a ball or play fetch. A great way to get in some pawcersize is to walk or jog on the 1.39 mile paved portion of Five Mile Creek Trail found here. Adventurous pups might like to cross over the bridge to the other side of the creek to engage in extended sniffing and exploring. For those doggos who love climbing, Pilot Knob is the highest point in Leavenworth. Its history includes having been a significant trail marker for local Native American tribes, but four-legged explorers and their human companions will most appreciate the 360o view of the surrounding country at the 1,102-feet above sea level summit. The giant dome also marks the beginning of a rocky outcropping known as Pilot Knob Ridge, which continues to the west.