Dog walking in Great Falls

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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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Jose VGreat Falls, MT

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I’m Jose. I’ve been an avid dog lover ever since I was a young child growing up in New Jersey. We always had a canine member of our family, and I’ve helped raise a variety of of purebred and cross-breed dogs, each with his or her own unique needs and personalities. Most recently, York - a 10-year old Black Labrador and American Pit Bull mix - has become my best friend. He is friendly, funny, incredibly smart, and one of the most loyal friends I’ve ever had. He enjoys long walks, nudging me to pet him, waking me up every morning, and going on road trips with me.

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Lindsay MGreat Falls, MT

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“Lifelong dog owner and walker!”

I am a recent college graduate who moved to DC at the beginning of 2020. I work in wildlife conservation policy, so you know I am an animal lover! I especially love my 6 year-old yellow lab named Homer who is back at home in Montana and who likes to walk or hike for 30-60 minutes every day (the longer the better!). I've been around dogs my whole life and I am excited to explore the city streets and parks while providing great service to you and helping get your dog out for a walk!

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Specialties

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

Ruthie HGreat Falls, MT

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At a young age I was surrounded by animals, from Newfoundlands to wiener dogs to sheep. I have been in love with all creatures (especially dogs...) ever since my first lab Danny. Later on in life I studied Vocational Agriculture where I was lucky enough to learn about the proper, safe, and healthy ways to raise an animal. During my professional dance career I rescued my sweet Jazz from PAWS animal shelter. She is the light of my life. Although she has endured struggles that come from being a shelter dog, through the dog training classes and lessons we’ve both taken, she is now happily living! Jazz and I moved to NYC for my modeling career, and I am looking to walk your furry pooch during my off time! :)

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Dog Walking in Great Falls

The city of Great Falls, Montana got its name from thundering waterfalls in the area. It is also known as the Electric City due to hydroelectric dams that provide electricity all throughout the city. It is situated along the Missouri River where one can find the Great Falls Portage, a National Historic Landmark also listed as America’s Most Endangered Places.

The Animal Foundation's dog park committee worked persistently to develop the Pacific Steel & Recycling Trailside Dog Park. It was officially opened on July 15, 2009. It was named after the company who contributed $30,000 toward the creation of the dog park. There are two separate runs for dogs of different sizes, a pavilion, comfy benches and an obstacle course.

Great Falls KOA Campground has camping spots and cabins available for an adventure filled vacation. Have fun in their water park, grill some barbecue, and pick some fresh vegetables at their gardens. No need to worry about your dogs. They’re always welcome at the campground at no additional fee. In fact, they’re allowed in tents and cabins for as long as they’re leashed.

The Animal Foundation, who helped build the city's first dog park, also sponsors a fundraising event called Strut Your Mutt. The city also has hotels, restaurants, campgrounds, trails and a dog park where you and your cuddly mutt can hang around. Great Falls is turning out to be a great, dog-friendly destination.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Great Falls

Downtown Great Falls

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Population Density
4,372 per sq. mi.

Downtown Great Falls

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Living in the neighborhood of Downtown Great Falls is a real treat for dog owners and their pooches! Being a smaller city, Great Falls offers a quieter atmosphere. Walking around the streets of downtown with your best furry friend is a great way to spend quality time together. Nearby, residents have the opportunity to walk to Gibson Park situated right along the Missouri River. Gibson Park boasts beautiful flower gardens for your pup to get a noseful, a lovely pond with plenty of wildlife to watch, a historic cabin, picnic areas, and lots of trails to explore. 


Central Great Falls

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
3,819 per sq. mi.

Central Great Falls

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Memorial Park is a great spot for dog owners and their pups to hang out and catch some rays! This park is located right in the middle of the Central Great Falls neighborhood. Elks Riverside Park has lots of open space to let your dog run to his heart’s content. This park has washrooms, picnic tables both exposed and covered, and lots of land to run free off leash! The park is situated right along the Missouri River, where your best friend can splash to his hearts desire. For a real treat,head to Great Falls’ only dog park, Pacific Steel & Recycling Trailside Dog Park. This pawsome park boasts separate fenced in areas, an obstacle course, and access to water.


Black Eagle

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Population Density
904 per sq. mi.

Black Eagle

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Black Eagle is an adjacent town just north of Great Falls. Aside from the leashed walks along the clean and friendly community streets, residents have direct access to the Missouri River, where their pups can enjoy having a swim! Right along the river, just off N River Road, you will find an unnamed park with lots of space to run around off leash! This neighborhood green space has washroom facilities, park benches and picnic tables, and paved walkways to wander along. The Art Higgins Memorial Black Eagle Park, also called the Black Eagle Park, is sure to be an adventure! With a playground, picnic areas, and even BBQ grills available, you’re sure to fill an afternoon while your dog romps through the shaded green space!


West Ridge

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Population Density
5,614 per sq. mi.

West Ridge

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Skyline Park, Jaycee Park, and Horizon Park, all add to the reasons why West Ridge is a desirable neighborhood for dog owners. Not only do the residents love the green space, the dogs absolutely love it as well! Skyline Park, also known as Skyline Optimist Park, offers picnic tables, a play area and a basketball court amidst its green space. Jaycee Park, sometimes also called Jaycee Gallaton Park, is the biggest of the three and features a basefield field perfect for endless puppy running. Horizon Park is a gorgeous landscaped area that will have your pup sniffing and romping!


26th St S

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Population Density
1,879 per sq. mi.

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Although this neighborhood might not have your typical neighborhood name, it is, in fact, one of the top picks for dog owners and their pups to reside! Centrally located in the neighborhood is a destination where residents walk their pups called Sand Hills Park. Sand Hills Park is a wide open space where dogs can play fetch with their owners, catch a Frisbee, or just simply run around and stretch their legs. Located nearby is Charles Russell Park, another great place for dog owners to take their dogs for quality time. Take the winding path through this lovely park, and then enjoy a break on the gazebo.