Dog walking in Greenville

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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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Stacey SGreenville, NC

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“I like dogs more than people(:”

Hello, I have been an animal lover all my life, espically dogs. I am a dog mom myself, caring for my 6 year old German Shepherd. I love taking him out on walks and getting exercise myself. I would love to help your dogs get some exercise when you aren't able to! After our walk, you'll come home to a more relaxed and happy dog who will be excited to greet you at the end of your long day. Look forward to meeting your fur babies!!

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Puppy care

Austin TGreenville, NC

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I am currently enrolled at High Point University and love being able to take care of all kinds of dogs. I've been around dogs ever since I was born. I currently have a Bernese Mountain Dog and a Chocolate Lab at home who I love and care for dearly. I am comfortable with being around and handling any breed of dog and always treat them as if they were my own. I have previous experience of taking care of and walking neighbor's dogs and always ensure the dog's needs are met and that they are happy.

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

Rebekah BGreenville, NC

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My name is Rebekah and I am a college student-athlete who studies health fitness and nutrition. I believe in healthy living, and part of that includes getting up and moving... that goes for dogs too! If you need someone to take your pup out on a walk/run to expel some energy, I am more then happy to spoil your pooch. I am comfortable working with any breed, as well as any age or energy level. I promise to love on your dog, give them boops, and treat them with respect as if they were my very own.

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

Nina SGreenville, NC

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Hi my name is Nina! I just recently moved to the Raleigh area upon gradation from ECU and I’m currently a Travel Agent in North Hills. I’ve grown up with dogs my whole life and wouldn’t have it any other way. I joined Wag because it allows me to care for and walk dogs during my free time. I look forward to caring for your dog and to taking some great photos of them for your pleasure!

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Senior dog care, Puppy care, Fast walker

Madeline KGreenville, NC

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I have been around dogs my entire life! I currently have 4 dogs myself that are a major part of my family. Over time I have learned the do's and dont's with dogs and have had nothing but positive experiences with them. My goal is to ensure your dog is taken care of while you are away so you will not have to worry about taking your furry friend!

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Mackenzie BGreenville, NC

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Hi! My name is Mackenzie and I’d love to walk your dog! I’m very friendly and outgoing and I love to have fun. And of course, I love dogs. Whenever I get to see or pet a dog it is the highlight of my day. I’ve had several dogs in the past but unfortunately at the moment I do not have the means to have one. Walking dogs regularly would really help the void I’ve been feeling without a furry friend and I hope someone will allow me the privilege of walking their best friend!

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Dog Walking in Greenville

North Carolina is home to many splendid cities and Greenville is one of them. Greenville, North Carolina, is in the top ten largest cities in the state and home to the East Carolina University. Greenville is also very welcoming towards animals. There are plenty of pet-friendly businesses, a dog park, and the University offers a pre-veterinary curriculum for aspiring doctors of veterinary medicine.

The Greenville Off-Leash Dog Area is the place in town where dog owners can release their furry pals from their fetters. The dog area is completely fenced and offers lots of space for dogs to run and romp around. There is also a separate area for small dogs. Owners can also follow the walking trails which lead back to the town center.

An excellent suggestion for a family outing, including the dogs, is a trip to the River Park North. This park is 324 acres in size and offers tons of recreational activities including boating, fishing picnicking and camping. There are also three hiking trails that wind through the park and are a favorite among joggers and dog walkers.

Finding a place to stay in Greenville, North Carolina, does not take a lot of effort, even for those traveling with pets. The Econo Lodge, Rodeway Inn & Suites, Candlewood Suites, Hilton, Baymont Inn & Suites and Holiday Inn all offer pet-friendly rooms.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Greenville

House

48
Population Density
421 per sq. mi.

House

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If you’re in the House neighborhood of Greenville and in need of some fresh air and nature, you’re barking up the right tree! This neighborhood is home to the Tar River, and full of gorgeous green space for you to explore with your pup. Check out the South Tar River Greenway, which offers 3.1 miles of breathtaking scenery along the Tar River. Keep heading along the north side of the river to connect to River Park North. If you and your doggo would like to take in the sights and smells of the local plants and trees, in the north end of House, you’ll find the Pitt County Arboretum. Be sure to keep your pooch leashed and bring doggy waste bags to help keep this neighborhood clean!


Jaycee Park

36
Population Density
4,340 per sq. mi.

Jaycee Park

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A visit to the Jaycee Park neighborhood wouldn’t be complete without visiting the actual Jaycee Park. This park features a skate park, playground, and a great picnic area for your pup to sniff and play in. Your dog will need to stay on-leash, and please pick up after him! If you’re looking for an interesting way to explore Greenville, and maybe cool your paws at the same time, you won’t need to go far! Bring your pup to check out Knee Deep Adventures located in the same neighborhood. Knee Deep Adventures is a dog friendly kayak, stand-up paddleboard and canoe rental company. They also offer guided trips along the Tar River. Equipment can be rented for 4 or 8 hours, and you can go check out their website to make a reservation ahead of time. So grab your doggy life jacket, and don’t forget to pick up your complimentary dog treat when you come by the rental shop!


Downtown Greenville

24
Population Density
3,059 per sq. mi.

Downtown Greenville

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Locals and their pets love the trendy, metropolitan area of Downtown Greenville. Head over to the Town Common for some pawsitive socialization and lovely river views. Everyone can find their place in this urban park. The Town Common hosts music festivals in the summer, and has paved walkways that will make tails wag year round. Great for families, children can enjoy the splash pads and playground while you and your pooch watch and feed the birds. Bird food is available for 25 cents from bird feeder machines. You will need to keep your dog leashed in this park and pick up after him. When hunger strikes, head to Sup Dog for 20 varieties of hot dogs that you can enjoy on their outdoor patio with your pup by your side.


College Court Coghill

12
Population Density
2,883 per sq. mi.

College Court Coghill

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Students and their dogs are thrilled that right near the East Carolina University, there are some great spaces for walking and playing fetch. Right through this neighborhood runs the Greens Mill Run Greenway. This river is a popular area to hunt for fossils, but also provides a great walking path to stretch your legs and paws. Just north of the greenway, you’ll find Elm Street Park. This spacious, shady park is great for families, including the family dog of course, as long as he stays on a leash. Amenities include baseballs fields, playgrounds, clean bathrooms and water fountains. All you need to bring are doggy waste bags and treats.


Calico/ Clayroot

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Population Density
94 per sq. mi.

Calico/ Clayroot

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This neighborhood in the south end of Greenville is a popular place for leashed doggos to walk with their two-legged friends, and boasts the spacious Alice F. Keen District Park. Whether you and your pup want to go for a heart pumping jog or a casual stroll, the paved nature path is great for all levels.This leafy path wanders through open spaces and through the woods. You’ll need to bring water for your tuckered out puppy and poop bags. Amenities in this park include athletic fields, a playground with swings, a climbing rock, and bathrooms. Bring your friends and their dogs to this neighborhood for a bark-tastic time!