Dog walking in Harrisonville

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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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Lydia HHarrisonville, MO 64701

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Hi! My name is Lydia Hunter and I am originally from Kansas City, MO. I just moved to Chicago to start my Doctorate in Physical Therapy at UIC. I have a dog of my own at home in KC and am excited to get my dosage of dogs here to avoid dog fever!

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Cindy SHarrisonville, MO 64701

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“4.96 Star Rated - Top Walker - Thank You!”

Hello, I am Cindy and I love dogs. All kinds of dogs. I am retired and decided I want to walk other peoples dogs since both my lovers died this year of old age. I miss having a dog around very much but want to do some travelling right now. I would love the chance to spoil your dogs rotten just like I used to do mine. For the past 6 years, I have spent many hours a day helping shelter dogs get relocated out of Kentucky (where the animal protection laws are the worst in the nation).

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Alyson GHarrisonville, MO 64701

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“I love dogs”

Hello, my name is Alyson. I am a dog lover and an avid walker and runner. I've had dogs all my life and always enjoy getting outside to walk them. My dog is family to me and I'll treat your dog the same way!

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

Leila SHarrisonville, MO 64701

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“A walk goes a long way in the language of doggy!”

My husband and I have two fur-babies, an adorable Basenji mix named Fenn, and a goofy kitty named Vader. I worked at an animal hospital for a year before deciding the medical field wasn't right for me, but animals were! I've worked in the pet industry for over three years and volunteered at Kansas City Pet Project at their main shelter. I strive to understand them, and know they all have different personalities, just like we do! A pocket full of treats never hurts, either:)

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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

Kathryn THarrisonville, MO 64701

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“Making pups happier one walk at a time.”

Hello! My name is Kathryn. I have a big heart and am a huge animal lover of all kinds (I grew up with 2 dogs and 2 cats). I love spending time outdoors and going for walks/runs. I am very reliable, punctual, and caring. I promise to treat your dog(s) as if they were my own! You can count on me to take great care of your dog while you're away.

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Emily FHarrisonville, MO 64701

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“Active dog lover with 3+ years Wag! experience.”

Hello, I'm Emily! My family had pets of various kinds, and as kids we were expected to be very involved in their care. I've volunteered at animal shelters in both Columbia and Independence, MO, and worked as a graduate assistant on a pet-friendly college campus where I assisted students with being responsible pet owners. My chihuahua/rat terrier mix is the love of my life, and I can't wait to meet more dogs in the area!

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Sara IHarrisonville, MO 64701

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Hi I’m Sara! I own a home in the suburbs but work for a hospital in the Kansas City metro making my available radius large. I have experience with a wide variety of breeds of dogs and love long walks. In my family dogs are our family. I can’t wait to meet your four legged family member!

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John THarrisonville, MO 64701

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I have always had a love for dogs. I currently have three of my own. I also have volunteered at Wayside Waifs animal shelter. Training dogs on basic obedience commands to make them more adoptable

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Donna WHarrisonville, MO 64701

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I am an avid fan of dogs! I have volunteered with rescue dogs and learned so much from them. I currently care for my best friend, Rudy.

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Elaine HHarrisonville, MO 64701

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Hi my name is Elaine and I would love to meet your dog! I grew up around animals and own a German Shepherd. We rescued him a few years ago and he has taught me so much! I love all types of dogs and would love to be able to help take care of your furry friend!

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Dog Walking in Harrisonville

Harrisonville, Missouri is located in Cass County in central Missouri. This city has three city parks sprinkled throughout the neighborhoods here. There are four animal hospitals right in town to meet all your needs for your dogs while you travel through or plan a move to Harrisonville. The neighborhoods are largely residential, and dogs are a common sight on the sidewalks no matter where you are in the city. The city is big on pet adoption, if you happen to be looking for a new brother or sister for your pup. The city has their own animal shelter that would be happy to introduce you to some amazing furry friends during your visit.

There are many restaurants in town to grab a bite to eat. If you are looking for a place to sit down and enjoy a meal with your dog, you will want to call most places ahead of time to make sure their outdoor seating is set up and available depending on the weather. Your dog will love taking long walks with you through all of the different wards here, especially the scenic and revered Historic District where you can learn all about the history of this unique town while your dog learns about all of the different squirrels that live there! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Harrisonville

Historic Harrisonville

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Population Density
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Historic Harrisonville

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Historic Harrisonville was first settled by pioneers from Kentucky. It was certified by the National Park Service in 1993. Dogs are permitted on leash at the outdoor exhibits located in the historic district. You can visit the battlefields and learn all manner of historical facts to impress your dog’s friends at their next wooftastic trivia night. When visiting this neighborhood, make sure to keep your dog on a cord leash and keep waste bags close by for quick clean up while you explore. There are several small coffee shops along the main street that have outdoor seating set up during pleasant weather. 

North Harrisonville

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Population Density
1,035 per sq. mi.

North Harrisonville

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Also known as Ward 2, North Harrisonville is a beautiful place to visit with your dog. There are two city parks located in North Harrisonville. North Park and City Park both welcome dogs on leash with their owners to explore the greenery and paths located throughout the facilities. Humans must pick up after their dogs to make sure the next visitors have an equally wagtastic experience. If hiking is more your style, take a detour to the Burris Trail for an afternoon of tail-waggin’ fun with your dog. The trail stretches the length of Harrisonville and will take you to the best views in town! 

West Harrisonville

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Population Density
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West Harrisonville

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West Harrisonville is also known by locals as Ward 3. This part of town has several small green spaces where you can go with your dog to stretch your legs and get some exercise. You can start you day at the South Street Park for a brisk walk. As you explore the shops throughout the area, you can make your way over to Zellor Park and Lords Park. These two parks are right next to each other, so your dog can choose the one that looks like the most fun to him! Just make sure you bring the cleanup bags and some water after all that walking! 

East Harrisonville

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Population Density
1,035 per sq. mi.

East Harrisonville

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East Harrisonville, or Ward 1, is the pawfect place for your dog to get her energy out during the day while you relax and take in the scenery. Ward 1 is largely residential, but you will find several small lakes and ponds where you can pull out a picnic blanket and take in all the fresh air around you. For your trip to this side of town, you will want to stock up on the cleanup bags, treats for good behavior, drinking water, and towels for shaking and drying off in the sun before getting back in the car for your next adventure. 

South Harrisonville

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South Harrisonville

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South Harrisonville is also known as Ward 4. This neighborhood is known for its proximity to the local airport. Blueberry Park is the local green space here frequented by residents and visitors. Your dog is welcome here on his leash, but the park can be quite busy, so a short leash or a cord leash is recommended for maximum safety and control of your dog. Since this is a neighborhood park, children will be in abundance in the park during peak times of the day. Make sure you keep cleanup bags handy to keep the grass clean and safe for the little ones who frequent the area.