Dog walking in Stacy

Book on demand and scheduled walks with local dog walkers

How it works

Flexible scheduling

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

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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Lexis WStacy, MN 55079

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I am a college student that is excited to spend some time extra time in the outdoors walking pets. While away from my dog in my hometown, I look forward to meeting new furry friends!

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Brian FStacy, MN 55079

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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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Specialties

Can run with dogs, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Fast walker

Brantley SStacy, MN 55079

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My name is Brantley. I am currently working for a school district while attending college at Concordia University to obtain a degree in Early Childhood Education. I have a dog, 3 cats, 2 guinea pigs, and a tank full of fish. I love animals, mine are very spoiled. I look forward to meeting all the fur babies and can't wait to enjoy some nice walks with them. Your pup is in good hands!

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Dog Walking in Stacy

Stacy is a small and sweet Minnesotan town that sits just north of the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul. This puptown offers you and your pal loads of outdoors excursions, so this is the pawfect place for pooches who love to stroll in nature. There are no vets available in the center, but the closest animal hospital is only five miles away down I-35 in the neighboring town of Wyoming.  

If you’re driving through Stacy, take a break to enjoy the city’s pawsome lakes and trails. Go jogging, walking, or for a little bike ride with Fido on the Sunrise Prairie Trail. You can easily access this 16-mile rail trail at the Stacy trailhead, located just a paw off the I-35 exit. This trail crosses over farmland, wetland areas, woody forests, and residential neighborhoods in the small surrounding towns and cities. You just might get the chance to see an abundance of wildlife, such as wild turkey, deer, grouse and waterfowl, not to mention the beautiful wildflowers and prairie! Also, you will undoubtedly pass by Stacy’s nearby Mud Lake, where you and your pal can enjoy a day of fishing.

Wag on over to Stacy for a woofreshing breath of air out in the land of 10,000 lakes. You’ll no doubt have a furrific time! “Oh yeah, you betcha!”

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Stacy

Downtown Wyoming

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Population Density
506 per sq. mi.

Downtown Wyoming

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South of Stacy is the town of Wyoming where you should stop by this quaint neighborhood for a pawtastic time! If you’re feeling hungry, the Tasty Asia Take-Out is a pup-friendly eatery that serves up fresh and delicious Asian cuisine. A full menu is up for grabs, including soups, salads, chicken, seafood, stir-fry, noodles, rice and more. You can dine with Fido at one of their three outdoor tables. If you didn’t get a chance to while passing through Stacy, Downtown Wyoming offers another oppawtunity to join the Sunrise Prairie Trail to enjoy a walk or run with your pup (on-leash).

Chisago City Center

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Population Density
1,405 per sq. mi.

Chisago City Center

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Wag your way east of Stacy to be immersed in the nearby town of Chisago and its surrounding lakes. Go on a park expedition with your pup and visit the center’s local Paradise Park and Chuckie Lundquist Park. These local parks offer pawtastic views of the Chisago Lake and pup-friendly walking paths, a playground, greenspace, fishing, swimming, and more! Make sure to bring doggie waste bags, and don’t forget Fido’s leash. When it’s time to rest your paws, stay at the nearby Rodeway Inn where your doggoe up to 20lbs is welcome to dream of chasing cats while he sleeps next to you.

Forest Lake Center

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Population Density
1,245 per sq. mi.

Forest Lake Center

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For especially hungry pups, wag down south this Forest Lake City  neighborhood where you can find a variety of fresh cafes and restaurants that will be happy to welcome you and your pup! Try out Big Apple Bagels for a special all-day breakfast menu featuring deli-meat sandwiches, gourmet muffins, fresh smoothies, and of course, barking good bagels! If it’s full breakfast, lunch, or dinner platters you’re woofing for, then head to the nearby Keys Cafe for an egg-cellent meal. Both eateries offer pup-friendly outdoor seating so you can enjoy your Minnesotan day to the fullest.

St Croix & Forest

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,612 per sq. mi.

St Croix & Forest

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A short drive north of Stacy will land you in the nearby town of North Branch. Wag to the St Croix & Forest neighborhood for a tail waggin’ good time exploring the local parks. Don’t miss out on the Chisago County Parks, Central Park, and Riverside Park which offer you and Fido paw-lenty of greenspace to take a leisurely stroll, playgrounds, shaded picnic areas, and more. But if it’s an off-leash dog park Fido is hoping for, then head to Checkerboard Park, where your pup can romp and roam freely in a recently renovated playground just for pups. There is also a one mile hiking trail that loops around the park for you both to exercise together.

Fraconia Trail

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Fraconia Trail

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Just east of Stacy lies the tiny town of Shafer and its Fraconia Trail neighborhood. Located a few miles before crossing the Minnesota-Wisconsin border, this neighborhood offers locals and travelers alike the chance to visit the pawpular Fraconia Sculpture Garden. The garden sits on over 40 acres of native prairie and showcases over 100 contemporary art structures that rotate seasonally. Dogs are warmly welcome to enjoy this outdoor park and attraction with you as long as they are well-behaved and socialized. Plus, it’s always free and open to the public. Visiting the park is a real treat to enjoy with Fido!