Dog walking in Nottingham

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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 RNottingham, 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

Jennifer DNottingham, NH

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Proud animal lover and dog mom of two chihuahuas! I’ve walked all kinds of dogs with the Humane Society for two years, and I’ve taken two dog training and intelligence courses. I’m currently studying in Connecticut, but I am staying in my hometown- where I’ve grown up for most of my life- for the summer. I’ve just started working with Wag! but I am committed to providing the best possible service!

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Sabrina GNottingham, NH

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“Your pup(s) will be safe w/ me while you’re away!!”

I grew up with dogs and absolutely love them. I am also active and willing to take your dog(s) on long walks. I will give your dog all the pets and cuddles they want and make them feel safe while you are away!

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Krista MNottingham, NH

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My name is Krista. I have been walking a mini poodle named Doris for 2 years. I have an adorable puppy named Leo who I just love to pieces. I absolutely love dogs and would love to help you out with your fur baby.

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Sydney HNottingham, NH

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“dogs' best friend”

I'm Sydney! I have a lot of energy and patience for your little (or not so little) pal. I recently moved to New Hampshire from my family home in Minnesota where I grew up with three dogs! Caring for and walking dogs has been a part of my daily life for almost as long as I can remember. You can expect photos and a note with each and every booking! With me, your dog will have my full attention and affection.

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Lauren ENottingham, NH

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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

Melanie DNottingham, NH

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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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Jessie BNottingham, NH

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“Woof woof!”

I grew up a dog enthusiast and joined my friends for every dog walk that I could. I have lived small dogs, big dogs, old dogs, puppies and have volunteered at animal shelters. I love dogs!

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

Annia ZNottingham, NH

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Hi, my name is Annia and I am a recent college grad. I currently work full time as a Vet Tech at an animal hospital! I have been with Wag for several years during school and now I enjoy doing this on the side. I strive to provide the best care to your animal(s). I look forward to meeting you and your furry friend!

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CHRISTINE BNottingham, NH

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“My passion is dogs!”

I am Christine and have a true passion for canines. I have had canines and cared for many for over 30 years. I have a min pin currently that has diabetes and I give him 2 insulin shots a day and I absolutely love to walk. My friends and family call me the dog whisperer. I would love to have the opportunity to take care of your fur baby/babies. I am very honest and trustworthy. Your pup no matter how big or small will be in great hands and taken care of like my own!

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Dog Walking in Nottingham

Nottingham is a wooded town tucked away in Rockingham County. With 14 lakes and ponds, two rivers and the Pawtuckaway Mountains, it’s safe to say this New England community has everything your pup needs for an outdoor adventure.

Dogs living in Nottingham know Mulligan Forest is always worth a visit. Over 2,000 acres of forest, wetlands and uplands provides endless hours of exploring, sniffing, and muddying up paws. A network of trails stretches over five miles, and wanders through the beautiful New Hampshire countryside. The massive forest is home to a wide variety of creatures, including birds, deer, bobcats and moose. Keep a close eye on your four legged friend so she doesn’t fraternize with the local animals.

North River Preserve is another pawsome hiking spot to take your canine pal. Pups of all shapes and sizes will love walking through groves of oak pines and hemlock. From the main parking area, follow The North River Trail as it runs alongside the river then makes a loop. It’s not a very long walk, but your furry friend will definitely have the chance to commune with nature.  When hiking in this neck of the woods, remember to keep her on leash and make sure she has plenty of water. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Nottingham

Pawtuckaway

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Population Density
43 per sq. mi.

Pawtuckaway

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Pawtuckaway State Park is one of Nottingham’s main attractions. Hiking, camping, swimming, and boating are just some of the activities available at this beautiful park. Dogs can join in on the fun with a couple exceptions. Pets are not allowed during peak season, which runs Memorial Day weekend to Columbus Day weekend. They are also never permitted on the state beach. Bring your furry pal during off peak season and hike the trails around Reservation Road and Round Pond Road. If your dog is up for it, hike 2.4 miles to the summit of South Mountain. He’ll feel like he conquered the world!

East Allenstown

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Population Density
104 per sq. mi.

East Allenstown

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Bear Brook State Park is located 15 miles west of Nottingham in this neighborhood in Allenstown. Pack up your pooch and head over to explore the great outdoors. This state park sprawls over 10,000 acres and has forty miles of trails that lead through forests, marshes, summits, and ponds. Trails like Little Bear Loop, Hedgehog Ledge and Catamount Trail run around three miles, perfect for exercising your pup. If you have a more athletic dog, check out one of the longer trails. Dogs are permitted on the trails and in the campgrounds, so bring a tent and stay a night or two. 

Newmarket Town Center

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Population Density
1,316 per sq. mi.

Newmarket Town Center

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If you head 10 miles east of Nottingham you’ll come to the Town Center of Newmarket, home of Heron Point. This beautiful natural space sits right on the banks of the Lamprey River and is a pupperific place for a walk with your favorite canine buddy.  Hook on his leash and stroll around the forested shoreline and past some abandoned old mill buildings. The loop clocks in at just over a mile, so if you have a perky pup, you may need to go around twice. There is also a picnic area, so bring a lunch and stay awhile. Your pooch will love hanging out with you in such a puptastic setting. 

Durham Town Center

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Population Density
3,122 per sq. mi.

Durham Town Center

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The Town Center of Durham is home to College Woods. Only 12 miles northeast of Nottingham, this 250 acre natural park is a perfect spot for walking your furry BFF. As you make your way through the network of trails, you’ll pass woods, streams and small fields. Your pup’s ears will perk up at the sound of birds chirping in the trees. This park also doubles as a teaching location for the University of New Hampshire, so don’t be surprised to see classes or research teams. It’s also pup-ular with joggers, so be sure to keep your buddy on leash. 

Dover Rd/ Old Landing Rd

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Population Density
922 per sq. mi.

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Wagon Hill Farm is just 15 miles east of Nottingham in the Durham neighborhood of Dover Road and Old Landing. This 139 acre property is a favorite among locals, especially dog walkers. Bring your pooch over for an afternoon of walking through grasslands, trails, oak forests and even apple orchards. Your pup can gaze over the rolling hills and stunning views of Great Bay while sniffing in some fresh pine air. Between 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m., dogs are allowed off leash, so head over in the morning if your furry friend wants to run. She’s sure to have a woofin’ good time!