Dog walking in Selma

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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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Sonia JSelma, NC

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I work at an animal rescue so to say “I love animals” is an understatement. It is my belief that the unconditional love that companion animals give and the compassionate support that the community returns is a testament to what bonds can be attained through the spirit of mutual kindness, care, empathy, and humanity. Through my life, I’ve made compassion for all animals my mission. I hope to continue this mission with your pet, hopefully making a difference in both human and pet lives alike!

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Shelby kSelma, NC

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“Experienced care from a 5 star walker!”

My name is Shelby and I have been working with animals professionally for almost fifteen years. I currently work full time at an animal shelter. I have experience in positive reinforcement dog training as well. I also love cats/other pets and don't mind helping out with them after I walk your dog!

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Dog first aid and/or CPR, 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

Lukas SSelma, NC

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Hi! My name is Lukas, and I love dogs! I am very familiar with many breeds of dogs, and I have years experience with walking and sitting dogs. I have owned a few dogs throughout my life and I have taken care of many friends/family’s dogs. I have had a Sheltie, Poodle, Rat Terrier and Brussels Griffon, and I have walked and sitted many dogs such as a Husky, American Eskimo, Dachshund and many others . I love dogs, and I’m very willing to walk, sit or even board your dog. Your dog and its safety will be my number one priority!

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Jasmine JSelma, NC

4.9

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Hello! I am Jasmine and I love dogs. I've grown up with 4 different breeds of dogs (Pit, Rottweiler, Pit/Rot mix and German shepherd) and have enjoyed them all to the fullest. I am happy, optimistic, creative and nurturing, I will care for your dog as if it was my own, with the utmost respect. I am very happy and ready to welcome you and your family member (your pet).

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Angelica PSelma, NC

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My name is Angelica and I've had the opportunity to grow up with many different animals. I currently have an amazing Australian Shepherd. I love animals and have been pet sitting both professionally and for friends and family for about 15 years now. I am excited to meet and spend some time with your fur baby!

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Jenna HSelma, NC

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“My mom calls me Dr. Dolittle.”

I have been working with Wag! for about over a year now. I love it. Never had a bad exsperance. I have been around all types of dogs, big, small, old, puppies, and disabled. Dog are no different then us, they want attention, love and need their exercise. I have always had a love for nature, and going out walking dogs or going on hikes with them. This allowes me to do the two things I enjoy most, spend time with an animal who needs the attention and get fresh air while enjoying nature.

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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

Breelyn CSelma, NC

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“Your pup will love me ;-)”

I’ve got so much extra time on my hands and would love to meet and play with new doggos! I adopted my two 5lb chi’s I just can’t get enough :) I’d really love to take your pup for a walk!

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Tyana DSelma, NC

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Hi there! My name is Tyana and I am a dog lover. Big, small I love them all. I previously had 2 dogs, but they both passed away from old age. I have also pet-sit before and it was great. I cannot wait to meet you and your awesome pup. I'm sure we'll have lots of fun together.

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George KSelma, NC

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Hello my name is George I have been around animals all of my life. I own a sweet chiweeny named Nash. I volunteer at the Wake Co Animal Shelter as a dog walker. I am a animal lover and strive to help all of them that I can. Thank You!

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Cassidy SSelma, NC

4.9

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Hi! I’m Cassidy. I am a former f/t Vet Assistant who now works primarily from home (with the occasional day back at the clinic). I have many years of experience in caring for pups of all sizes, breeds, temperaments, and energy levels. Whether your pup has a ton of energy to burn or needs things taken at a slower pace, I’m here to help! I look forward to meeting your furbaby and spoiling them like my own.

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Dog Walking in Selma

Selma, NC is a great place to rest up on a trip, make your destination, or make your home. Selma has grown from a railroad stop with lots surrounding it into a thriving town over the course of over a hundred years. One of its train stations was established in 1855, and is North Carolina’s oldest train station. Additionally, those interested in Civil War history can enjoy several of Selma’s historic buildings, including the location of the last Grand Review of the Confederate Army in 1865. Walking, exploring, and enjoy the history of the area are all activities that lend themselves well to dogs! There’s a local vet inside the city limits. If time is a pressing issue, there are multiple animal hospitals in the neighboring city area, some of which are open 24/7 so pressing medical issues never have to wait for morning.


If you’re looking for a place to stay in Selma that’s WOOF your time, look no further than Masters Inn. For a pet fee, you can keep your dog with you all night long. This hotel is also flexible; if you’re traveling with more than one dog, or a large breed, Masters Inn is ready to be your new home away from home.


Best Dog Neighborhoods in Selma

Route 301/ N Webb St

48
Population Density
3,965 per sq. mi.

Route 301/ N Webb St

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If you’re looking for some pet friendly hotels in Selma, then you’re in luck! The Days Inn Selma, Econo Lodge, Suburban Extended Stay Hotel, and the Quality Inn Selma are all dog friendly, which means you can bring them along on any adventure you want to go on. These hotels are along Interstate 95, so you don’t have to go far if you’re looking for options. All of the hotels have a pet policy and charge a fee for pups, but it is worth it to snuggle together in a foreign town. If you and your pup decide to hit the road in your RV and need a place to stop, then Selma is for you. R Vacation Campgrounds welcomes your dog to join your adventure and rest at their campgrounds without having to worry about your pup. Your dog must remain on leash when they leave the vehicle and it cannot be longer the 6-feet-long. The campgrounds have free WIFI, bathrooms with hot showers, a convenience store, a pond for fishing, and laundry facilities.


Selma Town Center

36
Population Density
5,091 per sq. mi.

Selma Town Center

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Brack Wilson Park is a great park to take your pup to for a nice walk and some outdoor time. The park features a covered picnic area, basketball courts, restrooms, and a lighted baseball field. There is a paved walking path to enjoy throughout the park and a lot of open green space for your dog to play fetch and run around. There are also plenty of trees to provide shade so Fido won’t get too hot running around. The park is open from dawn until dusk which means you have a lot of time to explore the park and have a nice day out.

Smithfield Town Center

24
Population Density
3,394 per sq. mi.

Smithfield Town Center

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Bordering Selma, this neighborhood in Smithfield houses the Smithfield Community Park. With sports courts and fields, play areas, and pawsome walking trails for you and your pup to explore, this 47 acre park offers forests and open fields, conveniently spotted with benches. The Smithfield Community Park TRACK Trail is a  one mile loop around the park. Halfway around this trail is access to the longer Buffalo Creek Greenway. This trail runs for 3 miles into Downtown Smithfield.


S Brightleaf Blvd/ S 3rd St

12
Population Density
3,643 per sq. mi.

S Brightleaf Blvd/ S 3rd St

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Three miles out of Selma is Smithfield, home to Smithfield Community Park. The park offers a 3-mile greenway that travels along the Spring Branch to the Neuse River and is a perfect walk for Fido to enjoy. If you’re looking to walk a shorter distance, there is also a 1-mile loop that circles around the park. There are also play areas, sports fields, and picnic areas. Your dog will love all the open green space and wooded areas that are perfect for exploring. This park is popular with hikers and bikers, so keep your dog close when visiting.


Clayton Town Center

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
7,747 per sq. mi.

Clayton Town Center

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Clayton is about 20 minutes out of Selma and home to the East Clayton Dog Park. This three acre off-leash play area has two fenced in areas, one for small dogs and one for large. The park is open from sunrise until sunset, and your dog must have a current rabies vaccination before entering. There is running water for the dogs to stay hydrated, but also a mini pool they can play in to stay cool. Benches are provided for owners to sit on, and clean-up bags in case you forget yours. The park is mainly wood chips, but there are plenty of trees for shade.