Dog walking in Granby

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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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Stephanie WGranby, MA

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“I’d love to walk your dog!”

Hello, my name is Stephanie. I'm an artist and I love animals, have since I was a kid. I've always been told that I am a calm, kind, patient and observant person. Because of that, I feel like it’s always been easy for me to understand animals and get along with them. I'm currently working with a group of animators to create a short animated film and studio. I've spent a bit too much time indoors lately, so I'd love to get out more, and to do it while walking a dog would be a big plus!

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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

Lauren SGranby, MA

4.9

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Hi! My name is Lauren. Thanks for considering me to walk your canine companion! I'm a lifelong dog lover and always excited to meet new dog friends. I've previously worked as a trainer and at a cage-free boarding facility (responsible for feeding and medicating all of the dogs!) I pride myself on being trustworthy, reliable, and conscientious, and will treat your pet with the same love and kindness as I would my own. I appreciate the trust placed in me by the owners and dogs and will do my best to earn it on every walk. Let's get walking!

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Joanna FGranby, MA

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Hi my name is Joanna! I am 21 yrs old and currently in my fourth year at BPU. I have spent my entire life living with dogs! I have volunteered at my local dog shelter helping walk dogs and give them time outside. I enjoy making dogs happy and giving them what they need to enjoy their life! I look forward to walking your dog soon!

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Denise WGranby, MA

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I have owned 6 dogs over the years. After 17 years of running a doggie daycare/boarding service, I look forward to meeting yet another lovable dog! I recently moved to the Springfield area and I can't wait to meet more canine friends. I love being with dogs!

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Ashley SGranby, MA

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“Can’t wait to spend time with your best friend!”

Hi! My name is Ashley! I love spending time outdoors, and love pups even more. Some of my hobbies include reading, cooking, and traveling. Ive done over 100 walks so far! I’ve had pets ever since I can remember and I look forward to spending time with yours!

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

Amanda BGranby, MA

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Hi my name is Amanda! I'm a student at the Boston Conservatory. I grew up with a dog and have experience being a dog walker and a dog sitter.

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Emma DGranby, MA

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Hello! I grew up in Connecticut, and had a wonderful dog named Quincy who was the love of my life. I regularly volunteered at animal shelters and at a stable, so I have lots of experience with animals. I have been to the Best Friends Animal Sanctuary in Kanab, Utah twice, where I fed, socialized, walked, and cleaned up after their dogs as well as other animals. I have also volunteered as a walker at their New York adoption programs. I am responsible and always want to do what is best for you and your dog. I adore animals and greatly look forward to meeting your beloved pet!

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Lauren DGranby, MA

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Hi! My name is Lauren and I am ready to be your pup's favorite dog walker! I am very comfortable with all kinds of pups and treat them all with respect and kindness. I have had two dogs in my life, a Rhodesian Ridgeback and Hound/Lab mix, and both have made me so incredibly happy. As a grad student at Smith College, I have been dog walking and sitting for wonderful dogs, ranging from small chihuahuas to massive labs, and I am looking to work with more pups.

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Ellen OGranby, MA

4.9

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I've been around dogs my entire life and am comfortable with all breeds and sizes :) I live an active lifestyle and love walking around the city. Since I can't have my own dog just yet, I'd love to help you care for yours!

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Jakira VGranby, MA

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“Nothing’s better than going on a walk with a dog<3”

Hello! I am a 23 year old Bay Path University Alumni who majored in Pre-Vet and is currently in school to be a vet tech. I just love dogs, since I was a baby I have been around dogs and since I was old enough I’v had one. I have a 5yr old pitbull named bully, he’s so loving, and my sweet 13yr old cat named oreo, they are my babies. I am currently attending HCC to get my Vet Tech Certification while working at an animal hospital as a tech assistant.

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Dog Walking in Granby

Granby is quaint town nestled in Hampshire County. This agricultural town was first settled back in 1768. Today, it maintains its long standing tradition of being a farming community with beautiful open spaces.  

You can’t come to Granby without spending some time in the Mt. Holyoke Range State Park and the adjacent Skinner State Park. Together, they make up 3,000 acres of pristine wilderness. Pack some water, snacks, and a leash and take your pal over for some furrific hiking. Lithia Springs is a pup-ular 2.2 mile trail that leads to a stunning reservoir. If you want something a little longer, try Rattlesnake Knob. This trail clocks in 4.4 miles. No matter what trail you decide on, you’ll have a scenic hike through thick forests and past babbling streams that your pup will love.  

Be sure to also check out the Mount Norwottuck Loop. Since it is a little steep on the way up, this hike will get your pup’s heart rate pumping. The views at the top are spectacular. You'll also have the option to take a side trail to the Horse Caves, some impressive rock formations. There’s no question that pups living in this rural town get to live it up in the great outdoors!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Granby

South Granby

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
165 per sq. mi.

South Granby

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Take your pup over to the Dufresne Dog Park inside of the Dufresne Recreation Area and let him run sans leash. He’ll love the chance to romp and play with new four legged friends. Small and large dogs play together at this park. So if you have a petit pooch, make sure he’s up to frolicking with his bigger peers. Since water isn’t available, be sure to bring some H20 for your thirsty pal. When your canine buddy is done playing at the dog park, take him around the wooded trails of the Dufresne Recreation Area, or hang out by the pond for a bit. Picnic facilities are also available, so bring a sandwich and stay awhile. 

Burnett Rd/ Lombard Rd

36
Population Density
653 per sq. mi.

Burnett Rd/ Lombard Rd

36

The Chicopee Memorial State Park is only a 15 minute drive south of Granby in nearby Chicopee, and is just waiting for your dog to explore it. Clip on your pup's leash and head out for some doggone good exercise. Warm up with a trip around the Snake Brook Trail. Once your pup’s blood is flowing, venture out onto one of the four other trails. You’ll encounter wetlands as well as wooded areas. The terrain can be hilly in places, so expect some leg work. When you’re four legged hiking buddy is ready for a break, find a spot on the shore of the Chicopee Reservoir and relax. 

Oakdale

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
4,711 per sq. mi.

Oakdale

24

If your pup has some pent up energy, head over to the Holyoke Community Dog Park. Located in the Community Field Park in Holyoke, this place is perfect for some canine romping and playing. Your furry BFF can scamper around with his new playmates or chase a ball. He can even put his athletic prowess to the test on the agility equipment. Water is not available, so be sure to bring some from home. When he’s done at the dog park, clip on his leash and follow the walking trails in Community Field. By the time you head home, he’ll be dog tired. 

Amherst Hills

12
Population Density
181 per sq. mi.

Amherst Hills

12

Just 15 minutes north of Granby, you’ll find the Norwottuck Rail Trail. Located in the neighboring community of Belchertown, this trail stretches for 10 miles so your pooch will have plenty of room to stretch her four legs. As you head north towards Amherst, you’ll pass woodlands and wetlands. The trail runs alongside the Lawrence Swamp, so keep your eyes open for some wildlife. You’ll also have the option to veer off onto the Robert Frost Trail or Caroline Arnold Trail. After all that walking, you furry friend will be thirsty, so be sure to bring plenty of water. 

Bay Rd/ Stebbins St

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Population Density
441 per sq. mi.

Bay Rd/ Stebbins St

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Next time your pup is craving the outdoors, head over to the Holland Glen Conservation Area. This beautiful space is in Belchertown, and only a 15 minute drive from Granby. The trail is only about a mile round trip, but it definitely delivers on spectacular scenery. Your canine buddy will love hiking through the fragrant coniferous forest and searching for the perfect stick. The final destination is Hop Brook Falls, a medium sized waterfall that cascades into a pool. You can also hike to a view point that looks down on the falls. No bones about it, this hike will make your pup’s tail wag!