Dog walking in Hagerstown

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How it works

Flexible scheduling

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

Customized for your pup

Choose between a 20-minute, 30-minute, or 60-minute stroll for your dog.

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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Kara MHagerstown, MD

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“Putting a smile on every dog and pet owner!”

Hi, my name is Kara and I absolutely love all kinds of dogs! I have experience caring for small and large dogs. I have grown up with Rottweilers and labs my whole life and have been pet sitting/walking dogs for about 10 years. I able to groom, walk, feed, play and care for your pet(s) anytime. If you have any further questions please let me know!

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Can run with dogs, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Devin THagerstown, MD

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I am a lover of all animals, and dogs are one of my favorite pets. I've always lived in a home with dogs since my first day home from the hospital, so I have 22 years of experience with four-legged companions. I have experience with breeds as small as the Bishon Frise to breeds as large as Great Danes, and I love all of them!

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Cassandra BHagerstown, MD

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Hello! My name is Casey and I adore animals of all shapes, sizes, and breeds! In the past I have worked at a dog kennel so I have experience caring for all types of dogs and can understand their different personalities and needs. Currently I work from home as an online ESL teacher so my schedule is very flexible, allowing me to spend lots of quality time with your pet! Please feel free to reach out to me with any questions about my services and/or schedule.

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Eddie HHagerstown, MD

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“No matter how big or small I walk them all!”

I absolutely love and adore all types of pets! I love making new furry friends. I have no issues with dogs who pull because I am quite strong myself. I also love walking energetic dogs. If your dogs needs a little TLC and patience I'm your guy! I live in a house with a completely fenced in yard. I also have a pet of my own. He's a well behaved Beagle. Your furry little one will always have a friend at my home.

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

Kimberly SHagerstown, MD

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“Dogs are just people with short legs.”

I am a current law student who has always lived with dogs of all shapes and sizes. I grew up around high energy, large breeds and I most recently lived with a low energy Shiba Inu. Every dog has their own personality, so I make sure to adjust my behavior for their needs.

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Dog Walking in Hagerstown

In the northeast corner of Maryland, adjacent to the Appalachian mountains, lies the splendid city of Hagerstown. The community of Hagerstown functions as a regional hub and is connected to the Interstates 70 and 81 as well as the Winchester and Western railroads. A large number of parks, historical sites, and cultural events make Hagerstown also a place to visit and a perfect spot for families, with or without pets.

Many people of Hagerstown choose to enrich their lives by adding a canine or feline family member. The large dog population in the city has led to the construction of the Hagerstown Dog Park, located in the magnificent Fairgrounds Park. Dogs can be released (which we're sure they will appreciate!) from their leash and explore the designated area. The park is equipped with benches and shaded areas for the owners.

There is other dog-friendly places in Hagerstown aside from the dog park in the Fairground Park. Some of the other parks allow dogs as well, as long as they are on a leash. Hagerstown also has an outside mall, the Hagerstown Outlet Stores, that allow dogs on the promenade. Some stores even allow dogs inside.

Travelers that are planning a short or extended visit to the Hagerstown area have a wide variety of pet-friendly hotels to choose from. There are the budget options, such as Motel 6, as well as more expensive hotels available in town.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Hagerstown

Dewey Central

48
Population Density
458 per sq. mi.

Dewey Central

48

Dewey Central in Hagerstown is a quaint neighborhood which is very small in its size. However, don’t let its small size fool you. For dog owners, this neighborhood is great as it is located nearby to a park in nearly every direction! Pangborn Park is a great park for dogs and their owners to head out for walks. Not only does this park offer ample green space to stretch your dog’s legs, it also has a body of water where your pup can have a quick cooling dip! Other surrounding parks include Fairgrounds Park, Oswald Park, and a few others, all within walking distance from the residences in Dewey Central.


Fountain Head

36
Dog Parks
2 parks

Population Density
1,697 per sq. mi.

Fountain Head

36

Fountain Head is one of the larger neighborhoods in Hagerstown that offers dog owners the opportunity to explore the heavily treed and lush streets of the community. There are a couple of parks located throughout the neighborhood that give dog owners and their pups to have a destination to walk to while out for a leisurely neighborhood stroll, such as Hamilton Park. Fountain Head neighborhood is also conveniently located near a dog friendly coffee house called Rooster Moon Coffee House. Pooches and their human pals can walk and grab a coffee, sit down and enjoy it, or continue on and explore the neighborhood.


Funkstown

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,078 per sq. mi.

Funkstown

24

Funkstown is a funky neighborhood with a unique layout within the city limits of Hagerstown. In the heart of this neighborhood is Funkstown Community Park where families, dogs, and dog owners can spend their days enjoying the sunshine and fresh air, making it one of the more desirable neighborhoods for keepers of four-legged friends. Also within the neighborhood runs Antietam Creek where your pooch can have a cool dip during your exercise-filled day! Also, there is a Sonic Drive-In in Funkstown and being dog friendly, this means that dog owners and their pups can head straight over for a quick and fun dinner together!


Woodland Way

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,207 per sq. mi.

Woodland Way

12

Woodland Way is a great place to reside if you are a dog owner looking for a pup friendly neighborhood. With ample green space, you will never struggle to have a destination in mind when you grab your pooch’s leash and head out for a walk. Mills Park, at the north end of the neighborhood, gives residents and their four legged companions a space to walk, run, and enjoy some fresh air. Another large green space is located between Belview Ave and W Hillcrest Road, but it is advisable to bring a leash in case you are sharing the space with others! Also nearby, on the southern side of the neighborhood, is Oswald Park.


Woodbridge

0
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
464 per sq. mi.

Woodbridge

0

Woodbridge in Hagerstown is a small neighborhood with a younger population. It is a neighborhood found to be popular amongst dog owners as it allows neighbors the opportunity to meet each other and have some puppy play dates and walks around the community! It is also located a quick hop, skip, and a jump away from the very large Ditto Farms Regional Park. With a variety of trails, wide open green space, and lushly covered treed areas, the landscape at this park offers ample opportunity for dog owners, their pups, and their neighborhood friends to gather and spend some quality time together while enjoying the amazing scenery.