Dog walking in Danville

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Flexible scheduling

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Choose between a 20-minute, 30-minute, or 60-minute stroll for your dog.

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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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Pamela RDanville, NH

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I love all animals, and have owned and dog-sat a variety of dogs throughout my life. I have 2 rescue dogs, Indiana Jones and Matheson, and get great joy out of spending time with them and watching other dogs, too. I know how important exercise is in a dogs life, and how important convenience is to dog parents. I'd like to be able to help solve both of these things by being available as a walker for dogs of all sizes, breeds, and activity levels - to put some fun and movement into their day!

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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, Puppy care, Fast walker

Lauren EDanville, NH

4.9

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I am nurturing and conscientious. I am extremely responsible making every owner feel at ease and confident that their canine family member is under the best possible care.

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

Joshua PDanville, NH

4.9

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“Best care for your best friend!”

Being a dog walker and pet care provider since 2015 has been the most rewarding job. I've made many great friendships with owners and pets and I look forward to providing the best care for your best friend. I'm certified in dog/cat cpr and first aid, well educated in reward based positive reinforcement training, and animal behavior traits. I also can administer medications such as insulin shots, pills, ear & eye drops. I guarantee to care for and protect your fur baby as if it were my own.

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Dog first aid and/or CPR, Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Sara SDanville, NH

4.9

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“Saras Puptastic Walks!”

Hi I am Sara! i’ve been a dog walker for five years. I have been taking care of dogs all my life. I enjoy being out in nature and letting the dogs sniff all the sniffs And adventure on our walk. I have a super flexible schedule and I am generally readily available when requested

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Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Jordan BDanville, NH

4.9

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“Let’s take care of business-Prepare for pettings!”

Hello my name is Jordan. I am a 29 year old from Dracut. My family lost both our dogs recently, it’s been heart breaking. I missed the sound of their paws clicking across the floor excited to greet me. I really miss spending time with my four legged family and walking some new friends brightens this dark spot. Can’t wait to meet you and thanks so much for your time!

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

Amy TDanville, NH

4.9

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I was born into a family with a dog and have had dogs and been around dogs all of my life. My dogs have all been rescues, so I have a fondness for them. My current pup is an energetic 2 year old German Shepard mix. She has been a client of other Wag walkers, and thoroughly enjoyed her experiences! Since walking for Wag, I have met so many amazing dogs of all shapes, sizes, and personalities!

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Melanie DDanville, NH

4.9

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Hi! I'm an experienced dog walker who loves all puppies. I have experience with both big and small pups. In my home we also have birds, snakes, a big cat, and a 100lbs German shepherd. So if you have other fur babies in the home I won't be fazed by much! I can't wait to meet your puppy!!

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Holly LDanville, NH

4.8

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“Hi I’m Holly! Your trusted dog walker & companion!”

I have always had a deep love for animals, especially dogs. I have been dog sitting for years before working for Wag, which I have been doing for 2 years now. I volunteered at the NEAS in Salem MA for a year. I think it is very important to be compassionate about animals and it shows a lot about a persons character. I am reliable, dependable, friendly and active. I would love to take care of your companion! Plus who doesn’t love tail wags and puppy kisses?

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Can run with dogs, Dogs who pull, Fast walker

Austin WDanville, NH

4.8

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“Walk N’ Roll!”

Hello! My name is Austin and I live in Andover. I’ve been walking dogs for about three years now and I couldn’t be happier — being outside and getting to spend time with my four-legged buddies is so awesome. I walk dogs any size and at any walk pace; no one is too big, small, slow or fast for me.

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Bethany BDanville, NH

4.8

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I worked for PetSmart for a year and a half being a dog bather. I also have dog sat for many people over night at there home and mine. I have owned dogs my whole life. Have work at aintree kennel in Boxford,ma as a kennel attendant in 2019. I am also pet first aid certified.

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Dog first aid and/or CPR, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Training experience, Dogs who pull

Dog Walking in Danville

Danville lies in the southeast corner of New Hampshire, near the Massachusetts border. Historically, it was an  agricultural region before the Industrial Revolution resulted in an upswing in small manufacturing shops and mills. Today, construction and a variety of blue- and white-collar occupations predominate, although farming continues to thrive on a smaller scale. Located among several dog-friendly natural resources, Danville has much to offer the outdoors-loving human and his furry friend.

One example is Rockrimmon State Forest, 40 acres of leashed-pup-friendly land straddling Danville and its neighboring community of Kingston. Rockrimmon Hill is a small peak in the forest with a hiking trail popular with local hikers because of its relative ease and length. The trail basically travels a straight line to the summit where you and Fido will find an old decaying fire tower and spectacular views of this corner of New Hampshire. Surrounding the state park are undeveloped forestland, vernal pools and large numbers of waterfowl and other wildlife. Fido’s senses will get a real workout on this trail!

No matter how well we take care of them, our fur-babies occasionally require medical attention for an illness or injury. If your pup needs care, there is one animal hospital in Danville and at least a dozen more in the surrounding communities of Epping, Plaistow, Hampstead and Atkinson that will have her up and wiggle-wagging in no time!

Treat yourself and your pooch to some of the outdoor adventures you’ll find in and around Danville! They’re woofderful!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Danville

Danville Center

48
Population Density
370 per sq. mi.

Danville Center

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Danville is home to the Danville Town Forest, a 420-acre piece of land in the northern part of town. It has a dirt parking lot that provides access to the Danville Town Forest Quest Trail. This dog-friendly trail is about ¾ of a mile of interesting and scenic terrain, an old logging road, many different species of trees such as apple, cedar, cherry and beech, and a bog. It is marked part of the way, but you can easily follow the unmarked portion to the Tuckertown logging road that will loop you back to the parking area. The forest is open year-round, and in the winter is a fine area for snowshoeing with your furry bestie in tow. Several other smaller and older trails branch off the main one and can provide a diverse day of exploring. A bench has been placed at one of the scenic overlooks, with a water spigot nestled behind it. This is a fine little natural resource for you and your pup to enjoy!

Kingston Center

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
308 per sq. mi.

Kingston Center

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Kingston is Danville’s neighbor to the east, and home to the Webster Natural Area. This park features marked trails on its 89 acres that take you and your pup through woods and along the Pow Wow River. You will also walk past and into fields that abut the wetland areas of the park, with their snakes, amphibians, water fowl and other wildlife, providing a smorgasbord for Fido's senses! Birds are everywhere, especially during the spring and fall migratory seasons, so be sure to look skyward and up into the trees. If Fido has a yearning to run free (and what dog doesn’t, check out the Live Free and Run Kingston Dog Park within the old Kingston Fairgrounds. This park requests membership for its use and is a beautiful 1-acre off-leash run. Come and watch your pup socialize and cavort!

Derry Village/ Peppermint Corner

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,741 per sq. mi.

Derry Village/ Peppermint Corner

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The town of Derry lies just 10 miles from Danville and this neighborhood is home to the Derry Dog Park. This is a large park that is fully-fenced with 2 separate areas for large and small dogs, and double safety gates for each area. The park provides benches and a gazebo for the humans who want to sit while their dogs play, along with toys, kiddie pools and agility equipment, including tunnels for those who want their play a bit more structured or who just want to play hide and seek. Fresh drinking water is available too, as are waste bags and receptacles. There’s even a small river a short way from the enclosed park where you can take your leashed pooch for a splash and swim! Pawsome!

Derry Town Center

12
Population Density
2,592 per sq. mi.

Derry Town Center

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The Derry Town Center lies along the Rails-to-Trails trail known as the Windham Depot to Derry Trail. At a length of 3.5 miles, the trail boasts an asphalt surface which allows for hiking, biking, is wheelchair-accessible, and in the winter offers snowmobiling, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing. Along the way it passes through woodlands, wetlands and swamp areas. Benches are placed intermittently along the trail for resting or viewing the surrounding scenery. In the wetland areas, you might see a beaver or two, or one of their dams. If your hike has made you hungry, make a stop at Amphora, a casual Greek restaurant where you’ll find a huge menu with American and Mediterranean dishes sure to please. Dine with your pup at an outside table. Bone appetit!

Sandown

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Population Density
253 per sq. mi.

Sandown

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The town of Sandown is located immediately to the west of Danville and is home to the Seely Park and Beach. Seely Park is on Phillips Pond, and it boasts a shaded sandy beach as well as convenient access to the ice cream shop directly across the street. Arf! Another beach in Sandown is the Angle Pond Grove Beach. This beach on Angle Pond slopes gently toward the water and is perfect for families and their fur-babies, who need to be leashed. Other activities besides beach-bumming and swimming are volleyball, basketball, kayaking and picnics. An evening campfire and some s’mores would definitely round out the day. Be sure to pick up after your pup in this public area!