Dog walking in Trenton

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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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Pamela HTrenton, MI

5.0

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Hello, I'm Pam! I currently have over 150 walks with Wag and have truly enjoyed each and every one. I am a current member of Pet Sitters International and have successfully completed the Certified Professional Pet Sitters course. I also volunteer for the Michigan Humane Society, assisting the food distribution program and care for kittens/cats through PAAW. I look forward to meeting your pet, making each walk and home visit a fun, safe, and enjoyable experience!

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Training experience, Dogs who pull

Jennifer ETrenton, MI

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““Dogs do speak, but only to those who listen””

My name is Jennifer, and my pup’s name is Brody. He is a 4 year old Shih Tzu-Schnauzer mix & my best friend! I am the mother of 4 grown children, I live & work in the Plymouth-Canton area, have incredible love & respect for all of our four legged friends.I have always had a deep love for animals. While not all pups are initially friendly and cuddly, I’ve yet to meet one that if given time and patience, was not accepting and lovable.

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

Juliann HTrenton, MI

4.9

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Hi! My name is Juliann and I love dogs! I grew up having a Weimaraner named Maxy, and after she crossed the rainbow bridge, we got another Weim puppy named Cleo. She left us in 2014. I still miss them both and am always looking for opportunities to spend time with dogs as I cannot own my own at the moment. Aside from growing up with dogs, my experience includes spending the last 2 years volunteering at my local animal shelter where I walked, bathed, and socialized dogs on a weekly basis. And then there's all the times I've walked and dog sat for friends and neighbors..always a joy :)

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Paul STrenton, MI

4.9

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“Walking partner for your best friend”

Hi everyone, I'm Paul! I'm currently finishing graduate school and am looking to spend some quality time outdoors with your lovely pet. I have taken care of dogs, cats and a whole host of other animals my entire life, lending me nearly 20 years of experience in walking, care and companionship.

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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 BTrenton, MI

4.9

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“loving care while you're away!”

Hello, my name is Suzanna! I currently live in the Dearborn area. I have been around dogs my whole life, I absolutely adore all dogs. I work at a animal shelter, and have experience in dog walking and sitting. I also have the experience in animals with special needs and I am able to take care about any situation. I have the confidence that your dog will be well taken care of with love! There will always be loving care while you're not there.

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Dog first aid and/or CPR, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care

Becca ATrenton, MI

4.9

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I am very energetic and conscientious! I’ll make sure your dog gets lots of exercise and love. I am used to being around dogs of all ages and personalities, and my family raises puppies for a service dog organization. I’m an avid runner and can get out extra energy your dog might have with a little jogging. I can’t wait to meet your pup! ***To ensure health and safety, I will spend as little time as possible in your home, use hand sanitizer, and wear a mask.***

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Jamie YTrenton, MI

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“Hanging out with cute pups + exercise? Yes please!”

I grew up on a horse farm in Appalachia, so I have tons experience with animals of all shapes and sizes. I've been a dog lover ever since I got my first puppy when I was 4 years old - a beautiful Australian Shepherd named Benji. In 4-H one year, I raised a Standard Poodle who passed all the training and became someone's guide dog. I don't have my own dog now which is why I'm super excited to spend time hanging out with your good boy or girl!

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High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Fast walker

Beth MTrenton, MI

4.9

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I was a vet tech and assistant for about 10 years, attended MSU in their Pre-Vet program and have been pet sitting/dog walking for over 25 years now. I have always loved dogs my whole life!

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

Marc MTrenton, MI

4.8

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Hi my name is Marc. The reason you should choose me as your Wag walker is because I truly love dogs. Currently I have experience with walking 5 dogs in the Fort Green area of Brooklyn. I have availability in all Manhattan and Brooklyn neighborhoods. Not only do I love dogs, but I actually respect them as individuals. I get to know each dog and their habits, and build a relationship on an individual basis. If you choose me as your Wag walker you can trust me and you won't regret it.

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Patricia MTrenton, MI

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“Dog Gone Walking”

Hello, My name is Pat And I have been around dogs and cats my whole life. I had worked in a veterinarian hospital, certified in dog grooming, I also certified through Animal Behavoiral College in Dog Training, Dog Walking, Shelter Training, Cat Behavior, Pet Massaging. I have fostered cats, done pet sitting. My love for animals is endless. I had taken a course in Pet CPR.

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Dog first aid and/or CPR, 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

Dog Walking in Trenton

Nestled on the shores of the mighty Detroit River lies the bustling city of Trenton, Michigan. Trenton is a traveling pup's paradise, as there are many things to do, sights to see, and stuff to bark at; especially when in the business of wooftacular parks full of fun outdoor activities! Trenton boasts three pup-loving veterinarians who would be happy to greet your pup at their well-equipped clinics.


Trenton's most pawpular attraction definitely goes to the Elizabeth Park and Elizabeth Park Marina. Although housed in Trenton, the Elizabeth Park officially belongs to the Wayne County in which Trenton lies, but was once a family estate in the early 20th century. Pups will love coming for a visit to this jewel of a park, which sits peacefully along the Detroit River. With over 160 acres of land in total and over 1,300 feet of beautiful riverside walking paths, there's plenty of room for you to explore with Fido by your side.

If your pup is shy of people and big places, then why not take a quieter stroll around the Meyer Ellias community park. This clean and pup-friendly park is the pawfect place to enjoy the scenic view of the river while getting a woof of fresh air with your pooch! Trenton-based families love to frequent the Meyer Ellias park for its reservation-based picnic shelter complete with tables, grills, and more. 

The city of Trenton, Michigan has so much to offer you and your explorer pup!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Trenton

Downtown Trenton (Downtown)

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Population Density
3,548 per sq. mi.

Downtown Trenton (Downtown)

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Downtown Trenton is a wooftastic neighborhood filled with bustling business, doggos on leashes, boutiques, and more. Take some paws from the busy sidewalk and instead nose dive into the quaint Teifer Park. With just a little more than 3 acres, this park features wooftastic playground equipment for children, sports courts and inline skating rink for families, and grassy areas for romping. Downtown Trenton also features another puptastic park to enjoy with your canine, the riverfront Rotary Park. Residents and tourists alike love the Rotary Park for its unique location by the river, boat launch facility, fishing piers, and a woofderful wooden boardwalk. Not to mention picnic shelters, playgrounds, benches, grills, parking, and more is free to enjoy at Rotary Park!

Pinehurst

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Population Density
1,624 per sq. mi.

Pinehurst

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While you're town, make sure to stop by Trenton's Pinehurst neighborhood to discover more parks and more fun. First up on the list is the Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge Park, the only of its kind in the whole of North America! You and Fido, who is welcome on-leash, will be in awe at the raw beauty of this refuge which stretches for miles along the Detroit River riverbank. Acceptable outdoor activities range from fishing, photography, wildlife observation, boating, hunting, and more. Discover over 40 miles of Detroit River shoreline, plus nearly 6,000 acres of natural wetlands, marshes, shoals, islands, and more! You and Fido will have a barking good time together exploring this puprrific place!

Old Town

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Population Density
4,606 per sq. mi.

Old Town

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When in Trenton, a visit to the Old Town neighborhood is a must. Not only is it one of Trenton's oldest neighborhoods (hence the name) it's also one of the nicest. Among all the boutiques and businesses, make sure to stop in at the Tv's Deli & Diner for a doggone good meal in Trenton that's Fido-friendly. Pups are more than welcome to dine alongside their owners on the dog-friendly seating outdoors as long as the weather is pleasant. Enjoy classic American diner fare, served up fresh and with a smile. Don't forget to bring a few extra napkins, 'cause at Tv's, things are "bound" to get messy!

West Hedke

12
Population Density
4,436 per sq. mi.

West Hedke

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The West Hedke neighborhood in the western part of Trenton features two wooftastic parks where you and Fido can spend a day together. The Affholter Park features over 16 acres of grassy grounds, thus making it one of Trenton's largest community parks. A recently refurnished playscape invites the kiddos to have some fun, while pups are welcome to scour the rest of the park's tennis courts, basketball court and shady trees!  This lovely neighborhood also houses the Kennedy Park. Although smaller than the Affholter Park, Kennedy park features a wooftastic walking path just over a cute footbridge. Two playscapes, ample parking, and an adjacent outdoor aquatic center is some of Kennedy Park's most pawpular features.

Fort

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Population Density
4,715 per sq. mi.

Fort

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Doggoes love to live and play in Trenton, simply because a community or neighborhood park lies around every corner. Two more puptastic parks, North and South McLouth Park, are up for exploring in the Fort neighborhood, located in the northern part of Trenton. North McLouth Park is a smallish park, but with plenty of activities to keep Fido entertained. Choose from the playground, benches, a footbridge, soccer fields and spacious greenspace to have some fun! Meanwhile, over at the South McLouth Park, family and friends gather, along with their furkids, to enjoy a natural foot trail, little league ballfields, a basketball court, and playground equipment. Make sure to spare some time to visit both parks with your pooch!