Dog walking in Plymouth

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Flexible scheduling

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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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Allison LPlymouth, MA

5.0

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“I love your pet already!”

I am 22 years old and am a junior at Becker College in the 4-year Veterinary Technology program. I work in a kennel and have been since October 2016. I am now a supervisor and I love working with dogs and cats!

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Sarah CPlymouth, MA

5.0

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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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Marybeth DPlymouth, 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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Emily LPlymouth, MA

4.9

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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

Athena CPlymouth, 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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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

Christine LPlymouth, MA

4.9

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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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Deirdre KPlymouth, MA

4.9

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Hi my name is Deirdre & I’ve been dog walking for a few years now! I also have my own rescue pup named Gypsy who is a beagle mix & I love her dearly. I treat every pup like my own :)

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Lindsay MPlymouth, MA

4.9

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Howdy, i’m Lindsay and I am a 20 year old who is currently attending Bridgewater State University. I love dogs so much that I decided to walk them in my free time. I have a dog of my own, Gizmo. I was able to walk him and take care of him myself growing up. I’m excited to now have the opportunity to help other people take care of theirs too. I look forward to making sure your dog gets a nice walk in and also make sure they have no accidents in the house while you’re gone!

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Anna HPlymouth, MA

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Hi, I’m Anna and I am 23 years old. I grew up on a farm caring for all kinds of animals, but dogs have always had a special place in my heart. I work at an animal hospital caring for animals as a veterinary technician and have many animals of my own. I am cpr and first aid certified for both dogs and cats. I am a very responsible, reliable, friendly and energetic person. Taking care of animals is my passion, and I look forward to spending time with your best friend.

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Paulo BPlymouth, MA

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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 Plymouth

Plymouth, Massachusetts is almost like a live history book. Everything is preserved in time to recreate the first Pilgrims’ landing in the United States. Plymouth is also surrounded by lovely beaches, parks, and activities perfect for any pet owner in the area.

For a day of freedom, you pet will love bounding across the sands of Ellisville beach. Just north of Plymouth, this beach spreads for miles and is completely leash-free. Just remember to be courteous and pick up after Fido! A day in the waves and rolling in the muddy sand will be any dog’s dream come true.

If you are in the area in the spring, Plymouth holds an annual pet expo. Plymouth Pet Expo is the perfect outing for families and pets alike. There are dog shows, agility demonstrations, pet vendors, pet adoption events, food, and games for everyone. This is a great day out for everyone.

There are several pet-friendly lodging options in Plymouth. If you are just staying for a couple days, the Hampton Inn and Suites offers clean and comfortable rooms that will welcome you and your pets warmly. However, if staying the Plymouth area for several days or even a longer vacation, definitely check into the Harborfront Victorian Estate. This gorgeously restored property boasts room for 16 people! It is directly on the ocean and has lush, well-kept grounds. They allow pets so long as you notify the owners ahead of times. A great property for a family vacation.

Although there are no pet-friendly eateries directly in Plymouth, you can drive just a short distance away to Dave’s Diner. They offer tasty American cuisines such as burgers, sandwiches, salads, and much more. This diner has the classic 50’s theme on the inside and welcomes well-behaved pets on their outside patio.

Plymouth may be a small city, but there is something to enjoy for every pet owner there! You and your pet will never be bored in Plymouth.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Plymouth

Ellisville/ Cedarville Landing

48
Population Density
4,664 per sq. mi.

Ellisville/ Cedarville Landing

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Give your furry companion a treat and take him over to Ellisville Harbor State Park. Located in Ellisville/Cedarville Landing, this park is one of the most scenic spots in the area. Your dog will be in heaven as you walk through a fragrant red pine forest. He’ll love the view as you meander near serene meadows and pass by a salt marsh. Once at the beach, watch for birds and small fishing boats.  In fall and winter, keep your eyes open for the seals that pop up just off shore.  Keep in mind that dogs must be leashed at all times. This walk is so amazing, it is sure to win best in show!


Town Center

36
Population Density
3,868 per sq. mi.

Town Center

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Plymouth’s Town Center is a fetching place to spend the day. Pilgrim Memorial State Park is a must see spot when visiting this historic location. Fur-tunately, leashed dogs are welcome to come along as you visit the spot where, according to tradition, the passengers of the Mayflower first set foot on land. Spend some time on the waterfront taking in the views of Plymouth Harbor before heading over to Brewster Gardens. Take a stroll with your canine companion in the gardens and along the banks of Town Brook, a small stream that passes through the park. Nelson Memorial Park is also nearby. This popular park offers ocean view scenery and a chance for your dog to meet and greet new friends.


Manomet/ Cedar Bushes

25
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
5,640 per sq. mi.

Manomet/ Cedar Bushes

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While visiting Plymouth, be sure to take your furry friend to the Beaver Dam Conservation Area located in the Manomet/ Cedar Bushes area.  With over 750 acres and a well used trail system, this is the perfect spot to exercise your pup. Enjoy the fresh smell of pines as you wander through the forest. Your dog will love keeping track of all the birds and little creatures that inhabit this wooded paradise. He’ll pawsitively adore spending time with you in such a beautiful setting. Since dogs must be tethered at all times in this park, don’t forget to bring a leash.

Federal Furnace Road/ Meadow Rd

12
Population Density
5,479 per sq. mi.

Federal Furnace Road/ Meadow Rd

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Pack up the sleeping bags and your furry friend’s favorite blanket and head over to Pinewood Lodge Campground. This lakeside retreat is nestled in the Federal Furnace Road/ Meadow Road area of Plymouth. Dozens of dog friendly RV and camp sites are surrounded by a white pine forest. Fresh Meadow Pond is also nearby. It’s the perfect spot to escape the hustle of everyday life. After a weekend in the wilderness, your pup will probably be covered in mud from nose to tail.  Book her an appointment at Happy Hound Doggie Daycare for a shampoo and brush. She’ll be rinsed off and ready to go in no time.


Cedarville/ Pondville

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Population Density
7,836 per sq. mi.

Cedarville/ Pondville

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Pups looking to spend some time near the water should head over to the Cerdaville/ Pondville  neighborhood in Plymouth. This area is chock full of small lakes and ponds and is pawsitively worth a visit. Check out Great Herring Pond, Little Herring Pond, Island Pond or Big Sandy Pond. These ponds are great for getting paws wet or just enjoying the wooded scenery.  Hedges Pond Recreation Area is also nearby. Not only does this pet friendly park have a freshwater pond, there is also a hiking trail, playground, and sport courts. A couple hours here will leave your pup feeling dog tired.