Dog walking in Hopkins

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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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Tamara NHopkins, MN

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“I want to meet another 4 legged friend!”

I don't remember a time in my life when I haven't had a dog! My experience ranges from having dogs on a farm to my current urban life with my 13 year old boxer lab mix. I love to explore Minneapolis with an enthusiastic 4 legged friend!

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Barbara NHopkins, MN

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Hi I'm Barb! I have had dogs all my life and have learned love and respect from them. I currently live with my husband and dog Trooper a retriever mix. I have experience with all sizes of fur kids from younger to older. I am a very active person and would love to share keeping your pet in their best shape. I will treat your dog as if it were my own and will make sure you and your pet have a beautiful Wag experience.

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Logan MHopkins, MN

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Hello! My name is Logan Maher, it is a pleasure to be able to walk your dog. I am a huge animal lover, especially dogs. I believe all dogs should be loved and get the proper excerise needed daily. I am a very active person and I will walk or jog with your dog, whatever you prefer.

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Amy BHopkins, MN

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I have been married to Travis for 19 years. I have a teenage daughter who loves to play volleyball. I have two dogs, Sadie, a Weimaraner, who is 9 years old, and Bud, a German Shorthaired Pointer, who is 5 )years. My dogs and I go on at least 2 walks a day. The neighbors know me as the dog lady. In the summer I enjoy camping, boating, hiking, and biking. In the winter I enjoy snowmobiling and snowshoeing. The dogs are usually along for the ride when possible.

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

Sandy GHopkins, MN

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“I LOVE all dogs ! Their safety & FUN comes first !”

I LOVE all dog breeds! I’ve grown up with dogs and currently have a rescue dog. I am very active and enjoy the outdoors. I would love to spend time with your pets !

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Brian FHopkins, MN

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I have been walking my friends dogs daily for a few years. I have some extra time in the summer (I am a teacher), so I thought I would expand this to other dogs in the metro area. I am honest, responsible, and trustworthy. I promise to treat your dog as if he/she is my own.

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Sarah DHopkins, MN

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Hi! I'm Sarah. I absolutely love dogs and love spending time exercising outdoors, so the opportunity to take your pup for a walk is a win-win! Most of my experience with dogs comes from the rescue dogs that I foster. I've had the privilege to work with a wonderful local rescue for the past year, and have helped five sweeties find their forever homes. Friends and family have always regarded me as their go-to person for dog and pet sitting, and I'm very grateful for all the fantastic dogs I've been able to care for over the years.

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Andrea CHopkins, MN

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“Need a break? I’ll walk your dog!”

Hi all! I have been a dog owner for the last 15 years and I have loved all the dogs that I have come across. I have always had either a poodle or a goldendoodle in my household. I have always been overly excited when I see dogs because they just brighten up my day. Walking dogs is something that I have been doing for years, so I feel that I have the hang of things, from small dogs to the really big dogs. I have no problem walking then in all sorts of weather conditions and places.Dogs are great!

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Zach SHopkins, MN

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I have never met a dog I didn't want to play with! Always willing and ready to go for long walks with a pup. I had a Great Pyrenees for 14 years growing up and she unfortunately just passed so I'm missing seeing a dog everyday! I played basketball at northeastern here in Boston so running around and playing fetch is not gonna be a problem at all.

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Bryan DHopkins, MN

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I know you've never met me but you're dog will be glad they've gotten to. I've had dogs in my life since the very beginning and I've enjoyed my time with every one. I'm always willing to go out of my way to give your dog the experience you want it to have, because that's what I would want for mine. I look forward to getting to meet your four legged friend.

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Dog Walking in Hopkins

Just 13 minutes away from the Minneapolis-Saint Paul muttropolitan area, Hopkins is a vibrant city with small town charm, surrounded by 3 larger neighbors: Minnetonka, Saint Louis Park, and Edina. Despite its small size, Hopkins has enough dog-friendly places to keep tails wagging, and this historic community has two animal hospitals to look after the needs of its furry residents.

Hopkins is a furrific destination for dogs and humans who love to walk, hike, or run, as trailheads for four Three Rivers Park regional trails are found here. One of these trails is the Minnesota River Bluffs LRT Regional Trail, a 12-mile limestone trail that leads to Chanhassen and Chaska. Fido is allowed to accompany you on this trail as long as he is on a six-foot, non-retractable leash.

For a more laidback activity, take a leashed walk through Oakes Park, one of the pooch-friendly parks in the city. Not far away is the Hiawatha Oaks Preserve, a lush native forest that locals fought to protect from property development so that you and your pup can enjoy nature at its finest!

So hop on down to Hopkins for pup friendly adventures just waiting for you and your furry companion!


Best Dog Neighborhoods in Hopkins

South Hopkins

48
Population Density
5,417 per sq. mi.

South Hopkins

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Outdoorsy people and puppers will love South Hopkins as it is home to Valley Park, a 14.5-acre green space with nature trails and the Nine Mile Creek running through it. Unlike most other parks, Valley Park has a good mix of flat surfaces and hills that you and Fido can traverse if you want to work up a sweat. Otherwise, stick to the flat areas and take a relaxing stroll along the creek. Since there are no pet-friendly eateries nearby, it’s a good idea to pack some food before visiting. Remember to keep your pooch on a leash at all times while inside the park.

Park Ridge

36
Population Density
4,907 per sq. mi.

Park Ridge

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Park Ridge may be a small neighborhood, but you’ll find one of the city’s four largest parks here. Located next to a church, Burnes Park spans seven acres, most of which Fido can roam. Keep in mind that off-leash running is not allowed, as with all other dog-friendly parks in the city, so you’ll have to stay with your pooch as he explores the place. Since Burnes Park has a few athletic fields, you’ll likely see the locals playing basketball, softball, tennis, or pickleball while you’re there. If you need to take a break from walking, there are several benches scattered across the park.

West Hopkins

24
Population Density
5,036 per sq. mi.

West Hopkins

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West Hopkins is a safe and fur-riendly neighborhood that’s just adjacent to Downtown. If you’re coming from the city center and keep walking west along Mainstreet, you’ll reach Big Ten Restaurant & Bar, where you and your pup can have a nice meal at one of the many outdoor tables. After you’ve filled your tummies, you can burn off those calories at Central Park, which is just less than half a mile away. This 18-acre park has a playground, an open field, and picnic shelters, among other amenities. Fido is allowed to explore the open spaces and walk along the trails, as long as he remains on a leash.

Downtown Hopkins

12
Population Density
4,574 per sq. mi.

Downtown Hopkins

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The heart of Hopkins, Downtown is where you’ll find almost everything, from retail stores to entertainment, all within a quarter-mile radius. There’s plenty to see and do at the city center, and your best friend won’t be left out. Mainstreet and its adjacent streets are lined with a number of local businesses, including dog-friendly restaurants with outdoor seating such as Erbert & Gerbert’s, Hopkins Elks Lodge, and LTD Brewing. For a really puptastic dining experience that Fido won’t forget, go to Pub 819, which has a menu especially for canines. Four-legged customers also get a free homemade treat and complimentary water.

Excelsior/ Blake

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Population Density
9,486 per sq. mi.

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Adventure awaits you and Fido in the Excelsior/ Blake neighborhood! From here, you can access the 4.5-mile Cedar Lake LRT Regional Trail where you can walk along the old railroad lines of the Great Northern Railway and the Minneapolis and St. Louis Railway. The 4.3-mile North Cedar Lake Regional Trail runs from this neighborhood through the peaceful neighborhood of St. Louis Park. Either way, both paved trails welcome leashed dogs, and will take you and Fido up to Minneapolis. Before you set off, grab a bite at The Depot, a former train depot that now doubles as a coffee house and trailhead.