Dog walking in Dana

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Flexible scheduling

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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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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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Haley GDana, NC 28792

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Hi! My name is Haley, and I have recently moved here from Charleston, SC. I love animals of all shapes and sizes, and currently live on a farm with 5 dogs, 7 cats, 13 horses, and one crazy bird. I am a very attentive person, and will put the safety of your pup first.

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John MDana, NC 28792

5.0

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New graduate! Waiting for my medical license to be finalized. So I figured I’d walk dogs! Eagle Scout. Avid outdoorsman. I grew up in WNC. I have experience running hunting dogs. In high school I made most of my income taking care of neighbors pets as well as working at a pet store. I have a flexible schedule!

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Specialties

Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, High energy dogs, Training experience, Puppy care

Amber JDana, NC 28792

4.9

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Hello! My name is Amber and I am the proud adoptive mother of a six and a half year old Cairn terrier poodle mix. I was active in fundraising efforts for FOTAS (Friends of the Animal Shelter) while living in southern Oregon. I thoroughly enjoy observing, intuiting and responding with compassion to each dog’s unique needs. I consider it a privilege to care for your beloved fur bundles of joy!

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

Sydney PDana, NC 28792

4.9

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Hey, I'm Sydney! I grew up with dogs and currently have a Standard Poodle as a little brother! I have previously walked with Wag! and have several years of experience pet sitting and walking for neighbors, friends, and family. I am physically active and can handle your fast walkers, strong pups, and high energy friends. I cannot wait to meet you!

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High energy dogs, Dogs who pull

Kevin GDana, NC 28792

4.9

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“Let’s pack snacks and make tracks!”

I’ve always loved dogs! I’ve had a lot of experience with learning to train my personal dogs. I volunteered at a local shelter in my city, and I often foster dogs as well. I had to give emergency birth to two liters of puppies for an elderly neighbor and after the second one I paid to have her dog altered. My three boys are my life. They are the most perfect fur babies I could have been paired with! I can’t wait to me YOUR furmily! I have been away from Wag! for a long time, but I’m back!

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

Stephanie BDana, NC 28792

4.9

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Hey there! My name is Stephanie and I can't wait to meet your pup! I grew up having dogs in my house and just recently adopted my own. I'm high energy, so taking pups for walks is right up my alley!

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Can run with dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Holly LDana, NC 28792

4.9

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“The Woofer Hoofer”

I have had pets all my life & I have been a pup parent for over 20 years now. My dogs are like my children and I treat all dogs as if they were my own. I have been involved with animal rescue for many years now and have fostered dogs. I am also always volunteering to watch or walk my friends & families dogs too. Your trust and your dog's safety, while having all their needs & more met, is my utmost concern. I'd love the opportunity to meet with you and your dog(s) and be their new best friend.

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Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care

Armani WDana, NC 28792

4.9

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I am a 24 year old grad student attending the University of Maryland. I'm from New Jersey and I own a 10-year old mixed-breed dog names Sassy. In the past year, I lost two of my dogs who happened to be Sassy's parents. So for the past 10 years, my family and I have taken care of three dogs under roof. As you can tell, dogs have been apart of my world for over half of life and I couldn't imagine it being any different. If given the chance to walk your dog, I will treat he or she like they are family.

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Meredith WDana, NC 28792

4.8

(18)

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Hello. My name is Meredith. I am a animal lover with a long history of animal shelter volunteering , pet sitting and pet walking! I am looking to spend my time doing work that is positive for my well being and animal care is the perfect fit. I am 100% reliable, loving and responsible for your furry baby.

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Dog Walking in Dana

Dana, North Carolina is a residential community just outside bustling Hendersonville in the middle of canine paradise. Scenic Asheville is less than 30 miles away and offers dog-friendly shopping, dog parks, trails, and even the dog-friendly Biltmore Estate. You'll find ample veterinary and pet care services in Dana's adjacent towns and a laid-back, outdoorsy local culture in which dogs are people, too.

In recent years, this part of western NC has blossomed as a center for the arts and a hot-spot for independent breweries. If beer is what brought you to town, rejoice: you can bring Rover with you to the Sierra Nevada Brewery’s patio seating and to several microbreweries in Asheville. Closer to Dana, Hendersonville has two dog-friendly breweries, including Sanctuary Brewing where animal rescue is part of the business plan. Dogs are always welcome to join you for a tasting and vegan food at Sanctuary, but you might want to check the calendar so as not to accidentally crash the weekly Yoga with Cats event.

If you're hoping for some outdoor adventure in western NC, the odds are definitely in your favor. More than 10,000 acres of the Dupont State Forest await just 22 miles south, with 83 miles of dog-friendly hiking trails and 6 waterfalls. If the scenery looks familiar, that's because the Dupont State Forest was the major filming location for the 2012 film The Hunger Games.

Speaking of waterfalls, here’s a fun fact: Dana sits on the Continental Divide, so streams flow towards the Atlantic on one end of town and the Gulf of Mexico on the other. (Rover might like to consider his options when he picks a spot to do his business.) 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Dana

Central Chimney Rock

48
Population Density
40 per sq. mi.

Central Chimney Rock

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Just 13 miles from Dana, the town of Chimney Rock has plenty of fun on tap. That includes the dog-friendly patio at the Hickory Nut Gorge Brewery (this close to Asheville, there’s always a brewery) as well as the outdoor riverside dining at the retro Old Rock Cafe. Then, enjoy a truly unique view at Chimney Rock State Park, where rock formations like the Devil’s Head and a 400-foot waterfall look out over Lake Lure. There’s a well-worth-it entrance fee. Chimney Rock Park offers 8 dog-friendly (leashes, please) hiking trails, and while 6 are reached by trailheads within the area covered by the entrance fee, two trails have trailheads outside the boundary which are reachable at no cost.  

Hendersonville

36
Dog Parks
2 parks

Population Density
1,994 per sq. mi.

Hendersonville

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Downtown Hendersonville is just a 10-minute drive from Dana and has plenty of creature comforts to offer. In addition to a 24-hour veterinary hospital and variety of pet supply stores, Hendersonville has a fenced off-leash dog run tucked behind William H. King Memorial Park. A little farther from downtown, you'll also find a dog park at the 212-acre Jackson Park, along with some fine on-leash walking trails. If you want to test your dog's IQ, take advantage of the 5-acre corn maze grown each autumn at Grandad's Apples. For a more urban experience, sample from the many dog-friendly restaurants with patio dining, from Champa Sushi and Thai to the Dugout Sports Bar.

Mountain Bridge Wilderness Area

24
Population Density
27 per sq. mi.

Mountain Bridge Wilderness Area

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The Mountain Bridge Wilderness Area lies just 30 miles south of Dana and offers one of the state’s most elaborate and well-marked trail systems; leashes and backcountry skills are required, and remember the drinking water. For a safe but challenging adventure, focus your exploration on the two state parks within Mountain Bridge: Jones Bridge State Park and Caesar’s Head State Park. Caesar’s Head alone has 60 miles of trails, including the 4-mile round-trip Raven Cliff Falls Trail, a must-see unless Rover is afraid of heights: it leads to a suspension bridge and scenic overlook at the 420-foot waterfall.

Flat Rock

12
Population Density
384 per sq. mi.

Flat Rock

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The Village of Flat Rock is less than 7 miles from Dana, and we are pretty sure that if your pups could pick any spot for a great meal, they would pick Hubba Hubba Smokehouse right in the middle of town. The entire restaurant is open-air and dog-friendly, including some covered seating, so your fur family will be right in the middle of the action and definitely begging for their classic Carolina BBQ. Flat Rock was also home to Beat generation poet Carl Sandburg, and his Connemara estate includes beautiful grounds and gardens — along with several dog-friendly hiking trails. Leashes are required, especially since the estate's Goat Barn is nearby. 

North Carolina Arboretum

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Population Density
1,127 per sq. mi.

North Carolina Arboretum

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The 430-acre North Carolina Arboretum is perfect when Rover wants to go a-roving. You have over 10 miles of dog-friendly trails to explore, including the popular Carolina Mountain Trail, a moderate 2.4-mile round trip. For the less ambitious, the 0.4-mile Wolf Branch Road is a lot less intimidating than its name implies. (We're pretty sure the only wolves you see will be the ones you bring with you.) Some trails are open to mountain bikers as well, so keep an eye out for foot-traffic-only markers if your pack doesn't want to share the road. There is a reasonable fee to park at the Arboretum, and the funds support their research and education programs.