Dog walking in Huntington Station

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Flexible scheduling

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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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Alexa KHuntington Station, NY

5.0

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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!

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

Stacey GHuntington Station, NY

4.9

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“Walkin’ Rover all over!”

I walk my dogs every day, and in the 18 years that I have owned dogs, this has been my daily routine and joy. I personally trained my dogs to walk well on a leash. One of my dogs was two years old when I adopted him, and he was never trained to walk on a leash before. Now he loves to go on walks with his family. I would be an excellent walker for another dog owner. I am very reliable and responsible, and I treat my canine friends with kindness, respect, and love.

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Laura MHuntington Station, NY

4.9

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My name is Laura. I am currently employed as a veterinary technician. I have been working with animals over the past 20 years. I have experience working in animal shelters, rescue facilities, animal hospitals and of course dog walking as well as dog sitting and cat sitting. I currently own two cats and a bunny.

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Jessica ZHuntington Station, NY

4.9

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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!

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Jazel GHuntington Station, NY

4.9

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“I hope I can make your day less stressful :)”

Hello, my name is Jazel and I've taken care of all types of animals like guinea pigs, bearded dragons, fish, birds, cats, and dogs. I love them all and like to care for them. I have experience in taking dogs out, cleaning up after them, play time, and cleaning the rooms they stay in. I also make sure their food diet is what they are eating. I help out my older sister with her five dogs when I’m not working and cuddle with my cats.

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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

Janet PHuntington Station, NY

4.9

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“It’s all about your pooch!!”

Hi there! I’ve been a dog lover since childhood. I grew up with a terrier mix. I continued on to eventually add a black lab rescue to my family as we already had our family dog which was a Rescue. My last two dogs were both senior‘s. With some thought I decided to start my own Dog care business. I’d be honored to give your pup the special attention they deserve for our walk!

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

Jennifer SHuntington Station, NY

4.9

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Hello puppy parents! I’ve been walking for Wag for quite a while now and love it. I have two fur babies of my own and I look forward to getting to know yours!

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Sam FHuntington Station, NY

4.9

(500)

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“Dog Tested, Owner Approved”

As a child, I was firmly a cat person and thought dogs were terrifying - but then we got one! Marla helped show me that the line between cat and dog lovers is meant to be blurred. While cats are still the only animal I have tattooed on my skin, the many dogs I've taken care of will always have a special place in my heart. But don't worry, there's still plenty of room left for your furry buddy too!

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Marie DHuntington Station, NY

4.9

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I've been a Wag walker for about 2 years now, I love dogs and thoroughly enjoy walking/spending time with them! If I get the chance to walk your pup, please feel free to leave feedback!

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Elizabeth DHuntington Station, NY

4.8

(750)

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“Furries are my fans!”

Hi! I'm Elizabeth, I love dogs and spending time with them playing, walking, cuddling, and everything in between! I have experience in grooming, doggie daycare, as a veterinary assistant, pet sitting, administering subcutaneous injections, animal CPR, and dog walking (I also love and care for cats, and will care for any type of companion animal besides venomous spiders or snakes).

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Dog Walking in Huntington Station

Huntington Station is a hamlet within the town of Huntington. Located on Long Island, this small community was named after the local railroad station. Residents have a major claim to fame here- Huntington Station is the birthplace of famous poet Walk Whitman. His previous home now stands as a museum.

What better way to spend some quality time with your pooch than taking her to the park. Huntington Station dogs will definitely agree. Manor Field Park is one of the community's largest parks. Leash up your pup and take a couple laps around the multipurpose fields. Since this park also has a variety of sport courts, ball fields and a playground, there will be plenty of two legged friends for your pal to socialize with. The Depot Road Richard W. Holst Memorial Park is another great spot to take Fido. It may be small in size, but this park has just enough area for sniffing and exploring.

If your pup is feeling under the weather, no need to worry, Huntington Station has top of the line veterinary care readily accessible. Advanced Animal Care Center, Island Veterinary Group and The Animal Center are fully equipped to handle preventative care, wellness exams, surgical procedures and more. Your pal will be back on her paws in no time. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Huntington Station

South Huntington Station

48
Population Density
9,007 per sq. mi.

South Huntington Station

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If you are craving Italian, but don’t want to leave your pup home alone, head over to Guiseppe’s Pizza. This local favorite is located in South Huntington Station and serves up pizza, pasta and hero sandwiches. They even have whole wheat and gluten free pizza, and your pup can join you at one of the outdoor tables. After dinner, walk up the street and around the corner to Alfred Walker Memorial Park. It’s a small neighborhood park that features a basketball court, a playground and some green space. A couple laps around the perimeter will help your dinner digest and will give your pooch some much needed exercise.

South West Hills

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
735 per sq. mi.

South West Hills

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Is your dog begging for a walk? Head over to South West Hills and pay West Hills County Park a visit. This large green space is just five miles south of Huntington Station and is pawsitively worth the trip. Well maintained trails weave in and out of deciduous trees, Mountain Laurel and a variety of ferns. For some serious exercise, follow the Walt Whitman Trail. This 4.25 miles hike makes its way up to Jayne’s Hill, Long Island’s highest peak.  If he needs some time off leash, head over to the park’s dog run. He’ll have plenty of room to run free. 

Northport Village

24
Population Density
3,210 per sq. mi.

Northport Village

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Just six miles north of Huntington Station is the neighboring community of Northport. Head over to Northport Village and spend some time in Northport Village Park or Cow Harbor Park. Stroll around the paved paths with your furry friend by your side. If his paws need a rest, take a seat on one of the benches and watch the boats in the bay. Continue your walk down the surrounding streets, as there are plenty of charming shops in this seaside town and many of them have bowls of water for four legged guests. If you get hungry, stop by The Ritz Café and order one of their delicious dishes. Your pup can join you at one of the outdoor tables. 

North Fort Salonga

12
Population Density
1,059 per sq. mi.

North Fort Salonga

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Next time your pooch needs some exercise, head over to the North Fort Salonga neighborhood in Fort Salonga. Just 10 miles northeast of Huntington Station, this area is home to the Jerome A. Ambro Memorial Wetland Preserve. Your leashed four legged buddy must stick to the designated dog trail, but will be quite entertained. The trail runs just under a mile and takes you through lush wetlands. For more adventure, head over to the nearby Makamah Nature Preserve. Multiple dog friendly trails meander through dry and wet woodlands. Be sure to bring enough water for your pal. All that hiking will make him one thirsty dog!

Smithtown Pines

0
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,851 per sq. mi.

Smithtown Pines

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Blydenburgh County Park is about 15 miles east of Huntington Station. Located in the Hauppauge neighborhood of Smithtown, this beautiful park sprawls over 600 acres. It’s chock full of trees and valleys, so your leashed pup can commune with nature while getting some exercise. A trip around the 4.5 mile Stump Pond Loop Trail will definitely tucker your pooch out. If she’d rather spend time off leash, just pop over to The Dog Park. She can dash around the two acre park or take her time getting to know some new four legged friends. Drinking fountains are available, so make sure she takes a water break every once in awhile.