Dog walking in Buzzards Bay

Book on demand and scheduled walks with local dog walkers

How it works

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Flexible scheduling

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

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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

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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Sarah CBuzzards Bay, Bourne

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I grew up with dogs all my life including a Poodle Mix raised from puppy age and older dogs who we adopted/rescued (Cocker Spaniel and Cocker Spaniel/ ScottishTerrier Mix). I currently have a 7 year old Silky Terrier rescue and I will be getting a purebred Pug puppy this Summer! I also have experience dog sitting larger dogs including a purebred Golden Retriever and an American Staffordshire Terrier Mix.

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Corinne OBuzzards Bay, Bourne

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I am an actress and Boston University graduate, with a love for dogs and a knack for making them happy. Animals have always been a huge part of my life. I grew up with all different types of pets and I currently have two dogs, a Beagle and a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. I started walking dogs in 2005 and haven't looked back since. I love contributing to the health and happiness of the dogs that I walk and, knowing how much they love and need their exercise, I can't wait to walk yours!

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

Skylar SBuzzards Bay, Bourne

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Hey my name is Skylar! I’ve been dog walking and sitting for about 5 years and can’t imagine doing anything else! I have always loved all animals. I love being out in nature and backpacking. Let me tell you about my experience with pet care. I have experience with various dog temperaments and personalities. I have an aggressive dog of my own, I know the right things to do to keep him safe and other dogs and people safe. I have taken care of lots of puppies. Have taken care of the same puppies through adulthood. I like to provide frequent updates so you know how your pup is doing. I’m very observant of the pup I’m working with and can intuitively sense when something is not right. I understand the safety and well being of your pup is in my hands. You can trust that I will always take care you your pup as if they are my own.

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Deirdre KBuzzards Bay, Bourne

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“I treat every pup like my own :)”

Hi my name is Deirdre & I’ve been dog walking for several years now! I also have my own rescue pup named Gypsy who is a beagle mix & I love her dearly!

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Christoph MBuzzards Bay, Bourne

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I have been professionally handling, training and working with dogs for 30 years. I started my career with the USAF as a K-9 Handler in 1987. I was a former Kennel Master for the Dept. Of State with the Explosive Detector Dog Teams. I currently volunteer with local Dog Rescue in evaluating their dogs that have undesired behaviors and setup training program to modify the behaviors.

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Emily CBuzzards Bay, Bourne

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I'm a stay at home mom who likes to get outside for walks daily while my son is in daycare, I'd love for your furry friend to join me! I've been a dog walker/sitter since I was a young teenager. Spending time with little doggies has always been something I enjoy, there's something I find so calming about dogs and spending time with them always brings a smile to my face.

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience, Obedience training, Socialization training, Puppy training

Laura WBuzzards Bay, Bourne

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Hello! My name is Laura Walton and I am so excited to meet and care for your pup! I grew up in a small town in rural western NY, and am completing my graduate studies in 1-6 childhood general and special education at NYU! Growing up we always had atleast two big dogs, and they were always rescues! I currently have a goofy yellow lab mix rescue named Toby who is my world! I have great understanding and empathy for all dogs and their quirks, being that I am a rescue owner myself. I love to run and explore parks and new places. I can't wait to meet your dog!

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arianna PBuzzards Bay, Bourne

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Hi, I'm Arianna. I grew up in the suburbs around Boston with a Lagotto Romagnolo named Bella. I started dog sitting when i was younger for my grandmothers friend and i loved every minute of it. I love meeting new dogs and am comfortable caring for dogs of all ages, breeds, and sizes. I take pride in knowing i can care for your dog. I promise to treat each dog with every ounce of love and respect as their owners have. I hope to make your Wag! experience as positive as possible!

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Sarah LBuzzards Bay, Bourne

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Hi! My name is Sarah and I LOVE dogs. I grew up with Labs but I love pups of all kinds. I am a Wag! Walker and also a dog groomer. I can’t wait to meet your pup!!

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Vera SBuzzards Bay, Bourne

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I'm a student and an avid animal lover. I have volounteered at shelters in Bulgaria and Greece. I have been dog sitting for 5 years now. One day, I will want a pup of my own.

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Dog Walking in Buzzards Bay

North of the Cape Cod Canal and between Cape Cod and the mainland lies Buzzards Bay. The community of Buzzards Bay is part of the town of Bourne which is divided into five census-designated places. Buzzards Bay is one of the largest of these districts and houses several marine life-related facilities.

The town of Bourne and, therefore, Buzzards Bay provide access to several beaches. Many of these beaches are open for dogs and their owners several months out of the year. These beaches provide an excellent opportunity for dogs to explore and run around. It also offers the option for dogs that love water to enjoy the ocean.

There is a rich and varied fauna and flora to witness in the Buzzards Bay region. There are several conservation areas, such as the Little Bay Conservation Area and the Four Ponds Conservation Area, which are splendid options for a hike through the wild and rugged landscapes of the Bourne area.

Travelers with pets looking to enjoy the beauty of Cape Cod have several options. The Bourne Scenic Park, for instance, combines a park with a campground. Dogs are allowed in the campgrounds as long as they are leashed. There are also various vacations rentals available in the Buzzards Bay and Bourne area. These separate beach cottages are dog-friendly and provide an authentic experience.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Buzzards Bay

North Buzzards Bay

48
Dog Parks
2 parks

Population Density
330 per sq. mi.

North Buzzards Bay

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North Buzzards Bay has plenty to buzz about! Drive out to Little Buttermilk Bay Woods to see the hiking trails with Buzzards Bay’s cutest name. The variety of natural beauty, from waterfront trails to a denser stroll through the trees, is rated excell-scent by local dogs. If you’re looking for something shorter and more suited for a quick trip, Barrows Bogs is another North Buzzards Bay attraction. It showcases the natural beauty of southeastern Massachusetts, and is maintained by the Buzzards Bay Coalition. Leashed dogs are welcome.


South Buzzards Bay

36
Dog Parks
2 parks

Population Density
1,930 per sq. mi.

South Buzzards Bay

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South Buzzards Bay cozies up to the water and offers dogs and their best friends plenty to do. The Bourne Town National Resources park snuggles up to the Buzzards Bay town line like a puppy into the one blanket they’re not supposed to use. You can walk there from Buzzard Bay’s dog-friendly restaurant, Stomping Grounds Grille, which welcomes dogs at outdoor tables. If you’re up for a real challenge, however, you want to explore Cape Cod Canal Bikeway. This 13.5 mile trail is concrete and complete with great views of the canal.

East Buzzards Bay

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,650 per sq. mi.

East Buzzards Bay

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East Buzzards Bay favorite East Wind Lobster and Grille is a great place to grab a bite with your dog during the warm summer months. There are outdoor tables for your convenience, and plenty of cold water to go around. if you want to reward a patient pup with a great walk, Beaver Dam Wetlands is only a seven minute drive outside of East Buzzards Bay. It’s a great place to stretch your legs and walk with your leashed dog. The prime location along Route 6 also makes it easy to travel further afield in search of parks and fun times.


West Buzzards Bay

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,650 per sq. mi.

West Buzzards Bay

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Just outside of West Buzzards Bay is Nightingale Pond Conservation Land. Though less than a two-minute drive from Buzzards Bay, Nightingale Pond draws crowds from the entire surrounding area. It’s of several wetlands in the area that seeks to preserve the natural beauty of the Cape. Nightingale Pond Conservation Land is also small enough that you can enjoy it all in an outing. A trip around the namesake pond only takes 20 minutes or so. That’s plenty of time for your dog to relax without making you too tired to function.


Myles Standish State Forest

0
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
540 per sq. mi.

Myles Standish State Forest

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Myles Standish State Forest is only 20 minutes from Buzzards Bay and it’s more than worth your trip. Scent-oriented dogs especially will love the smell of the wild and exotic that it carries. Humans will love the variety of activities it offers. Your dog must be leashed in the park and must carry current anti-Rabies tags. The park itself features over 16 ponds and bodies of water. There are 35 miles of equestrian and hiker trails throughout the park which are certain to delight and entertain any dog with a curious nose. Bring a lunch, plenty of water, and hiking shoes to make the most of this beautiful location.