Dog walking in Chamberino

Book on demand and scheduled walks with local dog walkers

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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Jocelyn DChamberino, NM

5.0

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“Tell your dog I said Hi :)”

Hi! My name is Jocelyn and I understand how stressful it can be to plan pet care while you’re stuck at work/out of town. As they anxiously wait for your arrival, let me fill in for you and keep them entertained. I'll do the walking, play time and poop scooping for you. I can't wait to meet your puppies!

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

Dante ZChamberino, NM

5.0

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“A walk a day keeps the veterinarian away!”

Hi, my name is Dante and I’ve had dogs my entire life. I’ve owned all types of dogs, from small breeds to giant breeds. I currently have three dogs, Zoe (Lab mix), Simba (Corgi mix), and Allie (Chihuahua). I know our four legged friends depend on us to provide them with the prepare care and attention they deserve, and I'll strive to provided your pet with the proper care it deserve.

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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

Imani WChamberino, NM

5.0

(96)

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Hello! My name is Imani. I have had my fair share of dogs of my own and I know how hard it can be to do certain tasks when your schedule is tight, even walking them. I am here to help! I love animals and they love me too. I want you to know that when I am with your pet, they will be 100% safe in my care.

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Puppy care

Liz LChamberino, NM

4.9

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“Wagging Tails on Happy Trails!”

Hi! I own two gorgeous, pure-bred huskies. These wonderful, energetic 70lb sled-pulling fluff balls have trained ME to be the best dog walker! They have put me through every scenario you can imagine and I have learned to read behaviors and avoid certain situations, not to mention, I have developed the muscle and fitness to handle and keep up with large breeds! Be assured that your bundle of joy will not only be exercised, but will also be safe and cared for at all times.

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Can run with dogs, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Jessica DChamberino, NM

4.9

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I grew up on a farm with a variety of animals but dogs hold a special place in my heart. From chihuahuas to huskies, I have experience with a range of breeds as a pet owner and sitter. I look forward to meeting your wonderful dogs and getting exercise together!

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Marjie SChamberino, NM

4.9

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“Home Is Where The Dog Hair Sticks”

I’m both a human mom and a dog Mom. Animals, of different kinds, have always been in my life. Loving them was always something special I shared with my Dad. As a kid, I volunteered at a local kennel and my best critter friends were a Min Pin named Coco and a very friendly pigeon named Homer. In another life I would’ve been a Vet and am always eager to learn new things about animals. My goal is to understand the care needed by each individual dog or cat.

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Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Puppy care, Fast walker

Sandra HChamberino, NM

4.9

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I have always had a pet and used to walk my neighbors labrador. When they were out of town I would go walk the dog and feed him. I love animals and want what is good for them. Let me work with your dog and let him be happy by getting rid of stress with exercise.

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Ana KChamberino, NM

4.9

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“I love dogs all shapes and sizes!”

I've had dogs all my life and I currently have 4 small breed. I've been taking care of all kinds of animals (dogs, cats, rodents, fish and some reptiles) since I was very young. I'm kind and loving with all animals and I will take the best care of your pets while I'm walking, boarding or doing drop ins. I have experience with small, medium and large dogs, I'm petite though so large dogs must be docile. Other than that I will be happy to visit, board or walk your dog!

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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, Puppy care, Fast walker

Andrea BChamberino, NM

4.9

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My name is Andrea, I studied animal science and behavior at Texas A&M. I have had dogs my whole life. Saphira my German shepherd and Chinook my rottweiler mix are well loved and pampered. I will always treat your dog with the same care and compassion. I aim to give your pet a great work out and the opportunity to burn off some energy in a safe way.

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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, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Presilla GChamberino, NM

4.8

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I was born into a family of dog lovers. I currently have Gwen and she has been the reason I got into the dog walking community here because she is incredibly active and has struggled with separation anxiety. I have a large family of dog owners and I have pet sitted and boarded with many different type of dogs. I am confident that I can take good care of any dog no matter what size, breed, triggers, or special needs they may have.

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Dog Walking in Chamberino

New Mexico brings a lot of things to mind. You might think of beautiful art, deserts, or, if you have a wild imagination, aliens and UFOs. Some people simply think the state is full of crawling critters in the desert. However, that is definitely not all that New Mexico has to offer!

Although Chamberino is a small town with less than a thousand inhabitants, there is still plenty to see and do with your pooch. The community of Chamberino is surrounded not only by many deserts but also by many parks. This community is made for someone who likes to spend time outdoors. It is especially great when you have a pooch because the weather never gets too cold to spend some time outdoors hiking or playing. You and your pup will never run out of things to do outdoors, keeping you both fit.

If you ever get bored in nature, you can always head to a major city nearby, such as El Paso. Spend some time with your pup exploring the city, eating good food, shopping, or simply walking around. El Paso has plenty of festivals for humans and dogs where you both can have a pawtastic time. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Chamberino

Westway

48
Population Density
6 per sq. mi.

Westway

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Although Franklin Mountains State Park is near El Paso, the half-hour drive to the park is well worth it. This gigantic park is almost 25,000 acres in size. It has a variety of terrain, including deserts, mountains, and picnic grounds. You have an abundance of area you and your pooch can explore -- more than you will ever be able to explore, in fact! Plus, the park is a wonderful place to see some wildlife, such as lizards, iguanas and many other species. Just make sure you keep your pooch on a leash and you have plenty of supplies to stay safe and hydrated.

Organ

36
Population Density
204 per sq. mi.

Organ

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Labeled as an "escape" by New Mexico residents, Organ Mountain National Recreational Area is a little less than an hour away from Chamberino. It is a large recreational area with desert terrain, plenty of wildlife, and scenic views. Many New Mexico residents sneak away to the park to spend time alone in the wilderness. Your pooch will love the open space! Just make sure you take your own supplies, as the park does not have any amenities. Since the park is so incredibly large, you may want to take camping equipment and spend the weekend. Don't forget the doggie toys!

North White Sands

24
Population Density
78 per sq. mi.

North White Sands

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Although some destinations near Chamberino look close on a map, they are a lot further due to the terrain of the area. Approximately two to three hours away from Chamberino, you will find two large parks: San Andres National Wildlife Refuge and White Sands National Refuge. The distance is why many people decide to spend the entire weekend at the parks. You won't be the only one having a great time! Your pooch will love the bright sun, open space, and crawling critters. Just make sure you take plenty of supplies, such as dog toys, water and proper hiking boots.

Fairacres

12
Population Density
592 per sq. mi.

Fairacres

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If you drive forty-five minutes north to Las Cruces, you can take your pooch to one of the oddest art installations you will ever see. Take your pooch to see the Recycled Roadrunner Sculpture. This sculpture is created completely out of recycled materials such as old shoes and electronics. Plus, the sculpture overlooks a vast part of the desert, making it a great place to sit, relax and enjoy the view. Just make sure you take a leash with you, as the park is not an off-leash dog park and is often full of people. Your pooch will definitely sniff out some new friends here!

Central Columbus

0
Population Density
28 per sq. mi.

Central Columbus

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Your dog doesn't always need a dog park to have a good time! Take your pup to Florida Mountains Wilderness Study Area. This park is nearly two hours away from Chamberino, but definitely worth the trip. Florida Mountains Wilderness Study Area is one of the most peaceful parks in the area, and is the best spot for you and your pup to get some peace and quiet away from the bustling city. It is not a dog park, so you will need to take a leash with you. Also, make sure you take plenty of water and snacks if you plan on hiking.