Dog walking in Middleborough

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Flexible scheduling

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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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Cheryl SMiddleborough, MA

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My name is Cheryl and I love dogs more than anything in the world. I have been a professional dog walker for about 7 nears now. I have worked for professional pet services and I also have had my own business as well. I have experience in working at local animal shelters as well. I have a very flexible schedule now and look forward to getting to know you and your dog!

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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, Fast walker

Suzanna KMiddleborough, MA

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I have loved dogs before I was born! But when I saw my first dog as a baby, I smiled and reached for him. My friends tell me that I am a dog whisperer, and ask me to dog sit often. I am a part time college student and look forward to long afternoon walks with a furry friend. I love getting to know new dogs and getting to know their personality quirks. And my favorite part of playing with dogs is when they come running over to me and giving big wet kisses.

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Marybeth DMiddleborough, MA

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Hi, my name is Marybeth and I reside in Rockland, MA. I have had dogs my whole life. I currently have a yellow lab that I love very much. I also babysit a rescue from Aruba. We take daily walks and play in my yard. I would love and treat your dogs the same way I treat mine. I love being in the outdoors and walking in the forest.

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Oral medicine administration, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Christine LMiddleborough, MA

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““Dogs do speak, but only to those that can listen””

I grew up in a house full of animals. We had at least one or two dogs and cats growing up, and my siblings and I were responsible for their care. I trained my first dog, Nicki, a Siberian Husky at the age of 12. Being raised with dogs, I've learned a lot about their personalities, how they react to strangers, neighbors and their unconditional love for their humans. I am an avid dog-sitter for all my friends; I usually stay in their homes to make caring for their dogs easier for all involved.

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

Megan KMiddleborough, MA

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Hi! My name is Megan and I can't wait to meet your dog. I've been a dog owner and lover all of my life. I often watch dogs for family and friends and currently live with my black lab chow mix rescue.

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Susan BMiddleborough, MA

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I am 57 years old, I have a 5 year old lab/mix and take care of a 2 year old golden retriever and a 10 year old mix breed. I have had dogs all of my life and have taken care of many dogs also. I have been a dog walker for almost a year now and love it

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Emily LMiddleborough, MA

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“I will treat your fur-family like my own ❤️”

My name is Emily and I have always loved all types of animals. I'm currently trying to earn extra money to help my mom with her expenses. I'd love to walk your dog because I think it would be a great time for both of us.

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

Rebecca FMiddleborough, MA

4.97

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“Professional Dog Mom”

Hey there! My name is Rebecca. I am 23 and I have a two year old Bernese Mountain Dog, Bode. I am currently a student at Bridgewater State University, and I love spending my spare time working with dogs. I worked for years as a groomer and went to school for dog training. I have even spent some time in the show ring with my own pups! I always make sure to take the time to get to know each dog individually so they get the best care possible. I promise to treat your fur baby as I do my own.

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

Athena CMiddleborough, MA

4.9

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“Strong dog walker ! Your pet no problem !”

Hi my name is Athena. I have 2+ years of experience walking , boarding and caring for dogs . I love being able to help out and make sure your pet gets exercise and the care they need . I have experience with 100+ dogs and many breeds . I have worked at a doggy daycare in the past monitoring 30+ dogs at a time and have boarded and walked for multiple companies as well . I love taking care of dogs from big to small . Some of my favorites are Bernese mountain dogs, samoyeds , greyhounds , huskys .

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Specialties

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

Paulo BMiddleborough, MA

4.87

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I have always had good dogs, I have taken care of two labrador puppies, they are great friends in our lives, it is a rewarding job to walk with a dog because they also help us to practice physical activity. Says a saying that "The dog is hemem's best friend," I completely agree, he never treats us with falsehood and passes all the situations that are next to us, never leaves his creators even when they change their homes, they are another member of our family.

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Dog Walking in Middleborough

Middleboro is the self-proclaimed “Cranberry Capital of the World,” with large cranberry bogs within its borders. About 30 miles from Boston, the town also serves as a commuter haven. Replete with American history, this is also a place where outdoors-minded folks and their canine companions can find lots to do and see, from wildlife preservation areas to rivers and trails. And while no one expects Fido to need medical care, it’s comforting to know that with two animal clinics within Middleboro, he will be well cared-for should an injury or illness slow him down.

The pup-friendly Rocky Gutter Wildlife Management Area (WMA) is 3,200 acres of remote forest featuring 15 miles of logging trails that wander through woodlands and swamps. These flat pathways wind through pine forest and past cranberry bogs where you’ll find deer, wild turkeys, coyotes and other wildlife, and the wetlands around several small streams provide sightings of frogs and other amphibians, along with several species of birds. Be sure your fur-pup is secure via leash or voice control to avoid him getting into trouble. Parking can be found at both ends of Rocky Gutter Street and at a third small parking area on Wildlife Area Access Road.

Whether you are a resident or just visiting, Middleboro offers you and your fur-baby furbulous natural resources to explore, so get out there! Woof!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Middleborough

Middleboro Town Center

48
Population Density
215 per sq. mi.

Middleboro Town Center

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The Middleboro Town Center is where you’ll find the Frederick Weston Memorial Forest, a 220-acre park featuring 3 walking trails that traverse very different terrains, including forest perimeter, along a scenic ridgeline and through pine groves and grassy meadows. This is a popular horseback riding destination as well, so be sure to keep skiddish pups on leash. The overlapping, looped trails provide several options of hike length and terrain as you leave the parking area on Purchase Street. Birds and other wildlife abound here, pawrfect targets of Fido’s eyes, ears and nose as you roam along Shorts Brook and through the trees. Whether your walk is for an hour or half of the day, you and your pup will enjoy every minute!

North Middleboro/ The Green

36
Population Density
328 per sq. mi.

North Middleboro/ The Green

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This neighborhood is home to the Pratt Farm Conservation and Recreation Area whose 160 acres is rich in wildlife and many species of trees and undergrowth. Composed of woodlands, wetlands and fields, the park features a dog-friendly multi-use, looped trail of about 2 miles where you and your fur-buddy can explore its natural beauty. Mostly flat, and in most spots nicely shaded, the trail passes near a lake where you and he can cool off. Located adjacent to a residential area and East Main Street, this is a woofderful oasis of natural solitude and peace!  

Middleboro Village

24
Population Density
1,833 per sq. mi.

Middleboro Village

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This unincorporated neighborhood within Middleboro (which locally is also referred to as Middleboro Center) is where you’ll find the Nemasket River with its active dam and stone bridge. The river is the perfect place to take your fur-baby on a kayak or canoe trip through tranquil, secluded wetlands and gentle currents. During certain seasons the river can be a bit turbulent in spots, so be sure to equip yourself and Fido with life vests. Before it empties into the Taunton River, it provides 11 miles of water adventure from birding to watching for riverside waterfowl and other wildlife, to viewing the annual herring run from the rocky shoreline. And if your adventure leaves you yearning for some nourishment, be sure to head over to Dave’s Diner, where you’ll find an outdoor table for you and your furry friend. Enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner from a menu that features old favorites as well as some new twists. Pawlicious! 

East Taunton

12
Population Density
650 per sq. mi.

East Taunton

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This Taunton neighborhood, just a few miles west of Middleboro, is home to 1,200-acre Massasoit State Park, which features several pawsome hiking, biking and cross-country skiing trails for you and Fido to explore. With convenient parking at trailheads and the main contact station, there are several approaches to the 4 looped and interconnected trails that take you through forest, to cranberry bogs, and around 6 lakes and ponds. There is also a boat launch on Lake Rico where you can put in a canoe or kayak for a paddle with your furry bestie and explore the shorelines for waterfowl and amphibians! If you’d like to stretch your visit over multiple days, the park also features sites for primitive camping where Fido is more than welcome! Arf!

Carver Town Center

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Population Density
217 per sq. mi.

Carver Town Center

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Carver is a small town to the east of Middleboro, and in its town center neighborhood you’ll find the Myles Standish State Forest, which it shares with neighboring Plymouth. This large dog-friendly park offers year-round activities that are sure to excite you and your fur-pup, including hiking, cross-country skiing, paddling and camping. Featuring 7 separate camping areas, this is a great start and end point for day hikes on the park's 13 miles of trail and canoe trips on one of the 4 beautiful ponds. The park supplies picnic areas and shelters with grills for those al fresco meals with your furry bestie. Woofderful!