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Choose between a 20-minute, 30-minute, or 60-minute stroll for your dog.
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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Hello! My name is Alexa. I am an animal lover from birth, I had a Maltese-Pomeranian growing up. As I grew, my love for dogs grew with me, I now have experience with pit bulls, wheaten terriers, chiuhuas, puggles, etc! Rescue, no rescue, dogs who are not keen on other dogs, dogs who are shy or have been abused in the past. I am up for it all and would love to meet your favorite member of the family!
Top Pet Caregiver
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
My name is Jessica and I have over 10 years of experience in animal care that includes volunteering in dog rescue and working as a Veterinary Assistant. I have spent most of my time walking & socializing dogs in an animal shelter, and caring for those we've saved in a privately run boarding facility. Working with animals is my greatest passion and their safety & well-being mean the most to me. I can't wait to spend time with your pet!
Top Pet Caregiver
Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker
Dog Walking in Huntington Bay
There are seven animal hospitals in the greater Huntington area, making it easy to find quality care for your beloved pup whether he needs an annual exam or more intensive care.
The city of Huntington, including Huntington Bay, has somewhat strict policies regarding where dogs can and can't go. You will need to check posted signs to make sure your leashed pet is permitted in the area. Dogs need to be kept on a leash less than six feet long, and humans need to be actively attentive to their dogs at all times while exploring Huntington.
Best Dog Neighborhoods in Huntington Bay
Huntington Bay is a quiet neighborhood with plenty of real estate if your family is looking for a lovely, moderately priced property that is ideal for growing your family and putting down some roots. The views of the water are simply puptacular! The area is home to Crescent Beach Town Park on the eastern side of the village. Dogs are allowed on paved areas and on designated paths away from the beach and public picnic areas, but they must be on-leash. You will want to grab a few waste bags as well for easy clean up as you make your way around Huntington Bay.
Dix Hills is a community about 25 minutes south of Huntington Bay. The area is home to the Dix Hills Park, where you will find the Dix Hills Dog Trail. The trail is two miles long. There are strict rules regarding bringing dogs with you to outdoor recreational areas, so make sure you obey all posted signs and familiarize yourself with the policies before you go. You will find a waste station set up when you first enter the park, so be sure to grab a few waste bags if you don't have your own before you venture through the park.
Greenlawn is less than twenty minutes from Huntington Bay and is another village in the city of Huntington. Frazer Drive Park is a designated dog walking trail where you can bring your pup for some exercise. There are plenty of waste stations available, but make sure you grab a couple of bags at the entrance so you can clean up as you go. This trail is great when you don't have a lot of time, as it is only a half-mile long. Just bring some water and your energy, as your pup is going to love all the sights and smells to be found in this community!
Cold Spring Harbor
Cold Spring Harbor
Cold Spring Harbor State Park is a dog-friendly park with 40 acres of beautiful terrain to explore. There are large oak trees three feet in diameter to admire! It is best to visit in the spring or fall if you like to observe birds. The park is a population migration area for many species of birds, and home to owls and hawks all year round. The park will take you to the Nassau Suffolk Greenbelt Trail with a pawfect for longer hiking adventures. If you are visiting this park with your dog, just make sure you have plenty of water and snacks for the day!
West Hills is a community about 25 minutes from Huntington Bay. If you are looking for an off-leash dog park to get out all that energy in, this is the place to be! The community is home to the West Hills County Park. This park has well-kept nature trails and forests to sniff around with your pup. You can also take your pup over to one of the two dog parks in the area, separated by breed size into the "Small Dog Run" and the "Big Dog Run." Both runs have plenty of waste stations and room for your pups to play!