Dog walking in Wyoming

Book on demand and scheduled walks with local dog walkers

How it works

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Flexible scheduling

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

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Customized for your pup

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

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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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Hello!!! My name is Tara and I’m here to make sure your dogs day is complete!!! I am married and have 3 amazing English Bulldogs. I am a makeup artist and server at a brewery! I have a lot of free time in the day and love to stay active to this is the perfect job for me. I absolutely love dogs, I’m a hard worker, and I always complete a job no matter how long it takes me. I was raised on a horse ranch so I’ve been around animals my whole life. Im always trusted by friends to watch there dogs and also asked advice a lot about dog things!! I’m honest, genuine, dependable, hard working, and not really intimidated by much. If I don’t know something I investigate. I’m the walker you can trust and relay on!

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“Past Veterinary Assistant, experienced handler”

Hello, I am Sarah and I can’t wait to meet your pet! Growing up, our home was full of pets as my mom was a vet tech, and I worked as a vet assistant at the local clinic for many years in addition to raising/socializing kittens and rescue pups. I love being able to take a 2-3 mile walk in the afternoons for my lunch break. I am a very experienced handler, know how to read animals well and am able to easily adjust to make your pet comfortable.

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Training Exam Complete

Specialties

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

“Turning your K9 experience into a K10!”

Hi! My name is Joey and I live in San Francisco with my goofy dachshund, Tosh. I've grown up around dogs and for the last couple years, I've volunteered at the SFSPCA, where I'm trained to socialize and work with almost every range of dog - including puppies, newcomers, and doggies on the mend! Can't wait to meet you and your fur baby!

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

Throughout my life I have lived with several amazing dogs, including lab mixes and a schnoodle. I have experience working with large and small dogs and I often dog sit for friends and family. I can't wait to meet your dog!

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Hello! My name is Kaci and I've been around dogs all my life. I do not currently own one however, due to apt regulations, so being a dog walker is a great alternative! My mother was a vet tech who taught me much about how to love and care for dogs, as well as handle them properly. I am available in Minneapolis, various areas, depending on where my second job has taken me that day. I look forward to meeting your furry friend, and establishing a new friendship!

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“Dog walking, best job ever!!”

I reached a milestone; 400 services since joining Wag! I continue to look forward to the next walk. This job is rewarding and fun! It’s one way I get in my dog time! I like to share tidbits about your pups behavior in my walk summaries and videos. When you select me for a walk you know you have found a walker who puts your dog’s needs first. I am prompt, reliable and very trustworthy. I can’t wait to meet your dog!

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Socially Distanced Pet Care

Specialties

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

My name is Andrea. I have been walking dogs for four years. I was a kennel manager at a rescue. I currently have two dogs of my own. I love all breeds and sizes of dogs .

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Hi, I’m Ben ! I’m 25 years old, born and raised in Southern California. I’ve had dogs my entire life, usually more than one at the same time. I’ve had all sorts of dogs, Big and small. I currently have a Golden Retriever and Pomeranian and love spending time with them. I look forward spending time with your dogs as well, I’m sure we’ll have a great time !

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“Big and small I can walk them all!”

I have grown up with mostly larger breed dogs. I love exercising and can walk up to 3 dogs at one time! I have been taking care of and walking dogs for family and friends since I was 15 and have no trouble with unruly canines!

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

I have always been an animal lover and over the years I have owned many different pets. I currently have one 6 year old guinea pig named Riza Lin, an 11 month old kitten named Sammy and also an 11 month old Jack Russell/Retriever Mix named Sophie. When I was in High School I use to volunteer at The Humane Society of West Michigan. I worked mostly with the cats but did some dog walking. I had to leave there but have always wanted to go back and finish my dog walking. I have also walked family and friends dogs as well and I enjoy anytime I can spend with animals. My family sometimes calls me the animal whisperer because of the way animals respond to me. Also my job keeps me quite active and I am no stranger to the cold or warm weather changes of Michigan. I would love a chance to meet your furbabies and spend some time with them.

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Dog Walking in Wyoming

Wyoming, Michigan was one of the first populated areas in Kent County, and though it was founded in 1832, it didn’t officially become a city until 1959. There is lots to see and do around here with your adventurous pup, featuring green spaces dotted all over the city and great restaurants to stop and eat. There are four vets in town for peace of mind, so you can be assured your beloved pooch will stay safe and happy during your visit.

Wyoming has many lovely parks with walking trails for you to explore, such as Prairie Park, Lemery Park, Batjes Park and Gezon Park. The 15-mile long Kent Trail also run through Wyoming, making its way from Grand Rapids in the North to Byron Centre in the south. You need to keep your pooch on leash, but this is a fascinating trail to explore together. Built along abandoned railways, it is an easy walk that is rich in history and a great morning out.

Hungry after your adventure? Head to Russo’s Pizzeria in the heart of town and take a seat at one of their pet-friendly outdoor tables. The menu is impressive and sure to make for happy tummies - a great way to top off your visit to Wyoming!


Best Dog Neighborhoods in Wyoming

Godfrey-Lee

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,218 per sq. mi.

Godfrey-Lee

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In this northern Wyoming neighborhood, you will find the Wyoming Dog Park within the bounds of the beautiful Marquette Park. To use the dog park, you will need to obtain a passkey from the Wyoming City Hall and pay a small fee, but the amenities are well worth it. There are separate areas for big and little dogs to keep them all safe, and drinking water is available. Marquette Park itself is also worth exploring, with plenty of space, a toilet block and a shelter with grill so you can cook up a pawsome feast for the family.


Wyoming Park

36
Population Density
6,616 per sq. mi.

Wyoming Park

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If you are looking to paws for a meal with your pooch in tow, head to the Fresh Coast Kitchen in the heart of town. Here, you can take one of their outdoor tables and have a little lunch or dinner with your pup. The menu includes a range of freshly-made fare, including deli sandwiches, pizzas, salads, subs and an array of sides, topped off with one of their sweet treats. As this is the busiest part of town, there is plenty to see if you feel like a little on-lead walk and window-shop afterwards.


Pinery

24
Population Density
4,101 per sq. mi.

Pinery

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A lovely little 1-mile paved walking trail winds its way around Pinery Park, perfect for a bit of on-lead exercise for you both. This busy little park also has restrooms, picnic tables, a playground and shelter, so you are sure to have a great day out with your pup and the whole family. After your play, check out Biggby Coffee for a pup-friendly caffeine hit. Here, you can sit outside and  enjoy one of the many coffees, teas or a range of delicious meals. Fido won’t miss out either - he can have one of their ‘pup cups’ right alongside you!

Oriole Park

12
Population Density
4,655 per sq. mi.

Oriole Park

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The Buck Creek Nature Preserve in Wyoming will take you on a 2.3 mile tour along Buck Creek for an easy walk with your pooch amongst the trees. Your mate will need to stay on-lead here, and be sure to bring water bottles and a drinking bowl for pup. The path is mostly paved and well-maintained, with natural shade along the way to keep you cool and comfortable. Keep you eyes out for local wildlife, from as big as deer to as small as frogs. Nearby, Oriole Park has restrooms and picnic tables to recoup before heading back into town.


Lamar Park South

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Population Density
2,218 per sq. mi.

Lamar Park South

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Lamar Park, on the western side of Wyoming, has a paved walking trail around the central lake where you can take your pup out on-leash for some fresh air. This well-kept park is the green jewel in the Wyoming crown and is a very popular place for families and visitors alike. There are shelters, restrooms, cooking facilities and a great playground for your little two-legged companions too. Take water bottles and a drinking bowl, as well as your clean up bags. Your dog will love exploring the park with you and may even meet some new friends too!