Dog walking in Hampton

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How it works

Flexible scheduling

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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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Rebecca RHampton, MD

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I grew up with dogs. I loved and walked the dog I had. I have boarded and dog sat during vacations, long travel, and extended hospital stays. I just love animals in general.

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Hunter HHampton, MD

4.9

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Hi my name is Hunter! I'm an animal lover and pet owner myself. I know our pets are family and how important it is to make sure they're taken care of. I've had dogs in my home since as long as I can remember and know how to give them the love and respect they deserve. I've worked office jobs and long hour days, so I understand the need for a reliable person to be there. I would be happy and honored to get to care for your pup, big or small, old or young!

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Seth EHampton, MD

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Hey there! I can't wait to meet your dog and if I'm lucky enough, you too! I've loved dogs my entire life, from the sharpei I had as a boy to the rescue Keyshond I took care of later in life. I have such a passion for canines that I volunteer at the SPCA in Baltimore and would love to take care of your pet, one walk at a time!

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Amanda JHampton, MD

4.9

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Hello, I am a great walker for your pet! I enjoy dogs very much and am grateful for the opportunity to meet your dog. I am a dog lover and will make sure I give your dog a Pawsome walk! Thank you!

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Serene LHampton, MD

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“I can’t wait to meet your fur baby!!”

Hello! My name is Serene and I have been working with animals for the last 10 years. I worked as a vet tech for 4 years and did dog walking and pet sitting for the last 7 years. I am experienced in all breeds and I am comfortable giving medications or insulin injections. I absolutely love being around dogs and I am very excited to meet yours.

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Dog first aid and/or CPR, Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Charmagne RHampton, MD

4.9

(569)

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Hello, pet parents! I've always known I'd work with animals and I absolutely LOVE it! I have 13+ years of experience, working in the veterinary field, often in client service and as a vet assistant/technician. In addition to that, I've done numerous pet care jobs, from which I've acquired recurring clients, due to my love and care for their pets. I've had to care for different breeds/ages, as well as those with special needs. I'd be honored to give your fur baby (babies) plenty of TLC!

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Demetra SHampton, MD

4.9

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“A Dogmatic Experience=A Doggilicious Walk”

My love for dogs stems from my early childhood when my family adopted a Lhasa Apso. I have a longtime passion and love for all animals. After losing my family pet recently, I decided to do what I love most and walk dogs. I'm very excited to be a part of Wag! and look forward to caring for your pet.

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Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker

Amberlie SHampton, MD

4.9

(550)

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“Loving your pets as my own”

Hi dog lovers and parents! Not only am I energetic and loving of pups, I also have experience when handling dogs. I worked for a doggie daycare and boarding company where I learned not only dog behavior, but also how to handle each and all dog’s special accommodations! I love getting to know and spending quality time with all breeds of dogs!

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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

Ryan PHampton, MD

4.9

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I have been a dog-owner (my border-collie, J.J.) and dog-sitter as a teenager for many personal and family friends in the Baltimore County area. After graduating college in 2013, I began a recurring dog-walk arrangement with an old roommate for both a recently rescued German Shepherd (Storm) and a Yorkie (Stella), and have been happily working as a professional dog-walker and sitter ever since. I love meeting new dogs and making them happy with walks, playing, running, feeding, and having fun!

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Can run with dogs, Senior dog care, Training experience, Fast walker

John WHampton, MD

4.8

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I'm a father of 3 and own 2 cats and 2 dogs. For years I have taking care of pets for friends and neighbors as well as taking care of my own. Walking grooming and training are part of what I have been able to do for different breeds of dog.

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Dog Walking in Hampton

Hampton is a census-designated place that’s on the outskirts of the city of Baltimore and only minutes from the suburb of Towson. Hampton’s known for its beautiful scenery and homes that have several acres of land, and it also has rich roots in American industrial and plantation history. Your dog can visit the Hampton National Historic Site on their leash as you explore the grounds and learn about the area's history of slavery, agriculture, and more.

You’ll find some vet clinics in nearby Towson, Baltimore, and Lutherville, along with plenty of dog-friendly attractions. Towson is a furtastic spot to find restaurants to visit with your dog, like Glory Days Grill, which serves up a menu full of burgers, wings, steak, and other American classics, and has tons of outdoor tables for pups.

Or, spend the day in Baltimore! It’ll only take you about 20 minutes to get to the heart of the city, where you’ll find parks, restaurants, tours, and other pawtastic things to do with Sparky. Druid Hill Park is a great spot to bring your leashed dog on trails along the water, to visit the farmer’s market, or attend one of several events throughout the year. Or, hop on a dog-friendly cruise with Watermark Baltimore!

Hampton’s incredible history and close proximity to dog-friendly fun make it an excellent spot to call home or visit.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Hampton

Downtown Towson

48
Population Density
1,384 per sq. mi.

Downtown Towson

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About two miles south of Hampton is the Downtown area of Towson. This affluent neighborhood is close to Towson University and has a city-like feel with shopping areas, dining spots, live events, and more. You and your dog can find plenty of paw-friendly restaurants here to suit just about any set of taste buds. Try Souris’ Saloon, a casual bar that has several tables inside for polite, small dogs to join their owners. Or, try some intense flavors of India with a meal at Kathmandu Kitchen, a relaxing spot that has outdoor tables and doggie water bowls for furry friends.  

Hampden

36
Population Density
8,593 per sq. mi.

Hampden

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The Hampden neighborhood of Baltimore is about 15 miles from Hampton. This neighborhood is home to Roosevelt Park, a popular public park in the outskirts of the Downtown area that has several athletic fields, a playground, a skate park, and a pool. You and your leashed pup can spend a day checking out the community garden, watching local kids skate and play, or having a picnic in a pavilion. Or, take a trip to Wyman Park, where leashed dogs can enjoy walking the paths for some tranquil exercise. Hampden also has several dog-friendly restaurants to enjoy, like Café Hon, which has a little bit of everything, from seafood to baked goods. A couple of outdoor tables make the perfect seating for Max. 

Mid-Town Belvedere

24
Population Density
21,667 per sq. mi.

Mid-Town Belvedere

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Mid-Town Belvedere is a 13-mile drive from Hampton. This neighborhood has mostly multi-family residential buildings set in an urban environment and includes part of the city’s historic district and several transit routes through Baltimore’s Penn Station. You and your pup can spend hours just walking the streets to check out some of the city’s culture, but you can also make a pit stop at one of several restaurants that welcome dogs. A local favorite is Penn & Quill, a cozy bar and restaurant with American dining favorites, like flatbreads and chicken sandwiches. There are some pet-friendly tables inside but be sure to reserve your spot with Spot.

Canton

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,859 per sq. mi.

Canton

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The Canton neighborhood of Baltimore is a waterfront neighborhood that’s under 17 miles from Hampton. Canton is a pawesome place for families to take root or visit, as it includes parks, restaurants, one of the best libraries in the city, and great spots for boating. Your pup will love the Canton Dog Park, located in the Canton Waterfront Park. With fenced-in areas for small and large dogs, your pooch can play with new friends safely off their leash. You can also visit the main park with your leashed dog. Explore the walking paths along the water, share a picnic lunch out on the grass, or enjoy a live music festival.

Fells Point

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Population Density
19,980 per sq. mi.

Fells Point

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Just under 16 miles from Hampton is the Fells Point neighborhood of Baltimore. This area is super close to Downtown and is one of the most densely populated in the city, loved for its rich historical roots and proximity to Baltimore’s beautiful waterfront. Take your leashed dog on one of Baltimore’s Ghost Tours as you learn about some of the city’s ghostly history and stories. You can also choose from several dog-friendly restaurants. One pupular choice is the Dog Watch Tavern, a casual pub with games like pool and skee ball and some outdoor tables pawfect for furry paws and their humans.