Dog walking in Bradley Beach

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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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Christina WBradley Beach, NJ

5.0

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“Always put the dog first”

Hey there! My name is Christina, and my life has involved animals for as long as I can remember. Growing up, I was unable to have a pet dog, but that didn’t stop me from having a variety of other pets— birds, rabbits, guinea pigs, frogs, etc. Nowdays, I volunteer my time working with local rescue dogs at Castle of Dreams Animal Rescue. I’m in my second year of doing this. I also spend a lot of time with horses and am in my tenth year of riding!

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Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, Dogs who pull, Fast walker

Kim SBradley Beach, NJ

5.0

(105)

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My name is Kim and I am very passionate about animals, especially dogs. I am a dog mom of 2 myself. I am patient and loving towards any pup I come across and you can trust your fur baby is in good hands! I know dogs love there walk time and I truly enjoy it as well.

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

Ryan CBradley Beach, NJ

5.0

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“Hi, I’m Ryan - I’d love to meet your dog!”

I’m a fellow pet parent who recently moved to the Jersey Shore, and the best part of my day is spent outside with pups. I've been a dog mom for the past decade to two wonderfully tricky girls, Willow (Catahoula) and Sookie (Shih Tzu) who have both taught me a lot about meeting dogs’ needs with patience & love. I’ve also been involved in feline rescue and animal advocacy work. If there’s anything you need, just send me a message! I’m happy to help, and honored to care for your family.

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Emily SBradley Beach, NJ

4.9

(211)

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“I’ll treat your dog like it’s my own.”

Hi! My name’s Emily, and I’m a college student currently studying psychology, with a special interest in animal behavior. I have almost three years of experience working with animals of all kinds, including shelter dogs and working dogs so you can be assured my experience with animals is versatile! I love working with dogs, and I hope you’re able to see that when I walk your dog! I always strive to give you and your pup the best experience. I look forward to meeting your pup!

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

Tiffany JBradley Beach, NJ

4.9

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“I’ll love them like my own”

Hi I’m Tiffany, I’ve spend my whole life around and caring for dogs large and small. I have 2 fur babies myself a shihtzu and a pitbull mix, so I’m well versed in handling. My ultimate goal is to keep your dog well exercised, happy and safe at all times. Let me take you fur babies for their walks and prove it.

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Special needs dog care, Dogs who pull, Puppy care

Joseph SBradley Beach, NJ

4.9

(150)

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My name is Joseph, I am 26 years old. I am pursuing a career in education as I plan to become an elementary school or middle school teacher. I have my own German Shepherd dog who I spend most of my free time with. I got her as a puppy and I trained her on my own.

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Kirstin FBradley Beach, NJ

4.9

(141)

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Hi! I’m a huge animal lover and I’ve grown up with dogs all my life. Big and small they hold such a special place in my heart. My one and only goal is to treat your pups just as I would treat my own. EDIT- I just started back with this as I was unfortunately laid off so my reviews are from 2018- just didn’t want to confuse anyone!

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Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, Puppy care

Riley LBradley Beach, NJ

4.9

(105)

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Hi there! My name is Riley and I am a registered nurse from Long Island. I am new to New Jersey, but have a lot of experience as a dog walker. I have been a lifelong animal lover and enjoy taking care of pets, including my 3-year-old German Shepherd. I can't wait to meet you and your pup!

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Oral medicine administration, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Lauren RBradley Beach, NJ

4.9

(102)

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“I would love to walk your dog!”

Hello! I am Lauren and a stay at home mom. I have been a dog owner my whole life and will continue to be. I love dogs big and small, loud and quiet, high energy and slow pokes. Weather it's one time or a couple times a week I'm happy to bring them outside and get some exercise! I'll give them lots of attention and let them take their time finding that perfect spot. I hope to meet your pup soon! I love those Frito smelling feet!

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Dawn MBradley Beach, NJ

4.9

(84)

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Hello pet parents! I am a 55 year old female who lives in a house in the woods of Jackson, NJ. I have had the pleasure of sharing my life with 3 precious dogs in my life, all rescued. My availability is flexible. I am a freelance bookkeeper working locally and remotely. Please consider my services as needed. References upon request. Thank you.

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Dog Walking in Bradley Beach

Bradley Beach is a vibrant resort and beach town with a history that can be traced all the way back to 1679. The area was visited by the infamous Captain Kidd, who is rumored to have buried treasure somewhere in the area, never to return to retrieve it. The treasure has never been found, if it ever existed at all! 

 The area was later settled by William Bradner in 1871. The name of the community has changed a few times over the years. The area separated from Neptune Township in 1893. By the early 1900s, the beach had become a popular resort town, attracting thousands of visitors from all around the coast. The area was developed further for those looking for a year-round home in the 1950s. 

Today, Bradley Beach is known to have as many as 30,000 people visiting during the summer months. While it can get crowded, there are some things that dog walkers and dogs can do for fun whether you are vacationing in the area or moving there full-time! 

The nearest animal hospitals are about ten minutes away in nearby towns. You will find the staff will take the best care of your precious pooch when he needs it most. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Bradley Beach

Bradley Beach

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Population Density
6,998 per sq. mi.

Bradley Beach

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Bradley Beach may be a small area, but there is plenty for you and your pup to do while making your way around the town. While dogs are only allowed on the beaches during certain times of the year, they are always allowed at a handful of restaurants. Bamboo Leaf is one such place that welcomes pups while you enjoy delicious Thai food, exotic decor, and more! They are open seven days a week. The Buttered Biscuit Cafe is another pet-friendly establishment where you will find scenic sidewalk seating with lots of creative and tasty dishes to try Wednesday through Saturday. 

Island Beach State Park

36
Population Density
1,419 per sq. mi.

Island Beach State Park

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Island Beach State Park is about an hour south of Bradley Beach. The park is built on a barrier island that protects miles of natural shoreline and habitats. The park is ten miles of beaches, dense forests, sand dunes, marshes, and more. Many species of wildlife call this park home, from foxes to ospreys, in addition to more than 400 species of plants. You can swim or fish at the beach, or hike through the forests. Dogs are permitted in certain areas on a short leash, so make sure to check the posted signs before bringing your pup into an area. 

Double Trouble State Park

24
Population Density
1,345 per sq. mi.

Double Trouble State Park

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About an hour from Bradley Beach is Double Trouble State Park. This outdoor haven is over 8,000 acres of natural protected lands that have significant resources for the area. There is a well-preserved historic village that is open to careful and respectful visitors. Leashed pets are permitted in most areas, but be sure to observe all posted signs. The area was once a hub of cranberry orchards and logging activity, in addition to milling. A trip to this state park is sure to be both invigorating and educational for the whole fur family! Make sure you have plenty of water and waste bags! 

Sea Girt

12
Population Density
1,974 per sq. mi.

Sea Girt

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Sea Girt is fifteen minutes from Bradley Beach. It is home to Edgemere Park, with Wreck Pond in the middle. There are walking paths for dog walkers and joggers to enjoy. Make sure you bring plenty of waste bags with you to the park so you can clean up as you make your way around the trails. Fratello's Restaurant is a great place to go after all that exercise if you are looking for a casual Italian spot with a variety of dishes to satisfy every craving from pasta to steak! There are plenty of outdoor tables to choose from where your pooch can join you.

Sandy Hook/Gateway National Park

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Population Density
6,689 per sq. mi.

Sandy Hook/Gateway National Park

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The shores of Sandy Hook have been used for safe passage for those sailing into New York Harbor. This peninsula is six miles long. It has been used as an outpost for many defensive purposes over the years, from scouting for British ships to keeping an eye on the water during the early days of nuclear missiles. The US government designated the area as a National Historic Landmark, preserving it from the intensive development that can be seen in the surrounding areas of New Jersey and New York. Dogs are allowed on the bay-side beaches (Plum Island and Horseshoe Cove) throughout the year, but need to be on a leash.