Dog walking in Plymouth

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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 NPlymouth, 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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Logan MPlymouth, 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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Sandy GPlymouth, 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 FPlymouth, 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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Maggie NPlymouth, MN

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I have been around animals my entire life. They are truly a part of the family. I look forward to meeting your furry family members and taking great walks and exploring this great city with them!

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Sarah DPlymouth, MN

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“Kind and Dependable Caregiver”

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. I'm very grateful for all the fantastic dogs I've been able to care for over the years.

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Andrea CPlymouth, MN

4.9

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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 SPlymouth, 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 DPlymouth, 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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Tony PPlymouth, MN

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“Comfortable and confident with all breeds & needs!”

My name is Tony Petersen, I am 29 and live in Northeast Minneapolis, I would be happy to walk your furry friend! I have been walking and caring for dogs most of my life. I have two pugs at home, Patti and Doug, that are my best little pals.

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Dog Walking in Plymouth

Plymouth is a dog-friendly city that will set your best friend's tail a-wagging! Just 12 miles northwest of Minneapolis, it is home to several parks, trails, and open spaces where you and your pup can have a barking good time. And should Fido need to see a vet while you're in town, there are four animal hospitals in Plymouth to take care of your doggo.

When it comes to dog parks, Plymouth's canine residents and tourists have three to choose from! One of these is the Happy Tails Dog Park, a seasonal facility located at the Oakwood Playfield. From May through November, the hockey rink is used as an off-leash dog park where Fido can run on the grass and socialize with other pups freely.

Situated next to Bass Lake, Timber Shores Park is a pawrific place to go for a waterside stroll with your furry pal. From here, you and Fido can also hit the 5.3-mile Northeast Trail Loop and take a relaxing walk in the woods.

More outdoor fun awaits at the Clifton E. French Regional Park! Nestled along the north shore of Medicine Lake, this expansive site offers a myriad of recreational activities, including hiking, boating, geocaching, and picnicking. Leashed doggos are welcome on the 4.6 miles of paved trails.

Visit Plymouth for an unfurgettable experience with your pooch!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Plymouth

East Medicine Lake

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,691 per sq. mi.

East Medicine Lake

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Drop the leash and let your best pal run and play to their heart's content at the 4 Paws Dog Park! Located at the Plymouth Playfield next to Plymouth Middle School, this off-leash dog park provides a fun and safe environment for your pooch to romp unfettered and make new friends. If Fido's not in a socializing mood, head to the East Medicine Lake Park for a leashed stroll by the water. Here you'll find an unguarded swimming beach, picnic area, and play equipment. The park offers access to the 7.5-mile Medicine Lake Trail Loop and 63-mile Luce Line State Trail as well.

West Medicine Lake

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Population Density
3,122 per sq. mi.

West Medicine Lake

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On the opposite side of the lake lies the West Medicine Lake Park, another puptastic spot for hanging out with Fido. This site also includes a swimming beach, but since animals are not allowed in this part, stick to the park portion, which contains a playground, picnic area, and walking paths. You and your pooch can access the Medicine Lake Trail Loop and Luce Line State Trail from here, too. Spanning 63 miles from Plymouth to Cosmos, the Luce Line State Trail follows a former railroad and welcomes pets that are leashed and under control. Remember to pack out all trash and not to disturb the wildlife!

Bass Lake & Zachary

24
Population Density
329 per sq. mi.

Bass Lake & Zachary

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The Eagle Lake Regional Park is a must-visit for people and puppers who love to spend time outdoors! This 230-acre site, which is on the border of Plymouth and Maple Grove, has something for everyone, including four-legged visitors. At the Eagle Lake Regional Park, outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy biking, hiking, golfing, boating, skijoring, and more. Dogs are allowed on the 1-mile paved walking trail provided they are on a 6-foot leash and cleaned up after. For a longer walk, you and Fido can venture onto the adjoining municipal trails. Don't forget to pack food for a scenic picnic on Eagle Lake!

Enclave on the Greenway

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
545 per sq. mi.

Enclave on the Greenway

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With plenty of open space and fun play amenities, the Plymouth Dog Park will surely become your pup's favorite place in the city! Set in a natural area surrounded by trees, the Plymouth Dog Park has two sections for large and small canines, both featuring agility courses and picnic shelters. While the small dog area is fully fenced, the large dog area is only partially fenced, so always keep an eye on your pupper! If your dog gets dirty from playing, there's a wash station where you can rinse them off. Note that drinking water is not provided in the winter, so bring your own if you drop by during the colder months.

Plymouth

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Population Density
1,767 per sq. mi.

Plymouth

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Parkers Lake Park is a lakeside spot that's excellent for taking leisurely strolls with your pooch. Enjoy the scenic views as you and Fido follow the easy walking path that goes about halfway around the lake. If you're up for a lengthier walk, continue southward on the walking path until you reach the Luce Line State Trail. If you'd rather stay in the park, there are several benches scattered around the area where you can sit, gaze out onto the water, and just hang out with your pup. Other amenities of this 27-acre site include a picnic shelter, playground, boat launch, skating rink, sand volleyball court, and beach.