Dog walking in Cook

Book on demand and scheduled walks with local dog walkers

How it works

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Flexible scheduling

Select the date and time that best suit your needs. Want a walk ASAP? We’ve got you covered.

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Customized for your pup

Choose between a 20-minute, 30-minute, or 60-minute stroll for your dog.

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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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Michelle MCook, Madison Township

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“A tired dog is a happy dog.”

My name is Michelle, and I love dogs to the extreme. I have experience as a dog walker and sitter, and provided those services to friends and family as well. I am a dog mom too, so I know how important your dog is, and will care for them like my own. I'm all about a dog's happiness, and definitely put it above my own. I will jump around and be goofy with a playful pup, appreciate the casual stroll of a senior dog, and all the fun in between.

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DaVonna OCook, Madison Township

5.0

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“Friendly, Reliable, and Trustworthy”

Hello, my name is DaVonna and I would love to help you take care of your dog(s)! I currently have two English Springer Spaniel's and a Great Dane, but have experience handling dogs of all sizes. As a fellow pet parent, I understand the importance of daily exercise. I also know how difficult it can be to provide enjoyable activities for your pet while you're working or traveling. Let me help relieve that burden for you!

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Dog first aid and/or CPR, Oral medicine administration, Dogs who pull, Puppy care

Sandra SCook, Madison Township

4.9

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I am a lifelong animal advocate bringing years of experience caring for dogs to your home. I have volunteered with humane societies as well as a veterinarian's office and currently participate in a rescue transport group. All of the above has prepared me for interacting with and caring for a variety of dogs, from big to small, old to young, energetic to lazy and everything else! I am a capable professional who will treat your dog as my own. I look forward to helping you care for your dog to ensure they receive the exercise and attention they deserve when you are not available.

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Hannah CCook, Madison Township

4.9

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“Fun, Energetic Walker”

I love dogs!! I have three shelter dogs and have been dog sitting for friends for a few years now. My favorite past time is to take my dogs to the dog park and try not to fall in love with every dog I meet. I currently work at a dog daycare and boarding place.

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

Megan HCook, Madison Township

4.9

(105)

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Hi owners, my name is Megan and I would love to walk your dog! I have owned three dogs in my lifetime of all different breeds and have volunteered at various animal shelters. I like long walks on the beach with dogs. I believe every dog should be loved and spoiled. I’ll always keep your dog safe and make sure your dog gets its exercise for the day!

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High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care

Amanda FCook, Madison Township

4.9

(71)

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I work in homecare. I have been in the line of work for 13 years. I have always worked hard and I am dedicated. In homecare, you have to be reliable. I can honestly say that I am always on time and reliable. Growing up, there was always at least one dog in our home. I feel a dog really does bring the love that is needing in making a house a home.

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Devon LCook, Madison Township

4.9

(54)

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I am 37 yr old female married and mother of 1 furbaby. I do not have children so my dogs are my babies. I love the outdoors and staying active especially with my pet. I always dog sit for my friends/family and truly enjoy it. I would love to help others out by giving their pet exercise while away.

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Sabrina KCook, Madison Township

4.9

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I have had/been around dogs my whole life. My first job out of high school was at a dog daycare, and my first job out of college was as a receptionist at a veterinary clinic. I currently have two dogs of my own--Franklin, a JRT mix, and Polly, a boston terrier mix.

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Tanner BCook, Madison Township

4.8

(55)

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Hello! My name is Tanner, I am a proud dog owner, and have been around dogs ever since I can remember. I adopted Clifford, my 90 pound Boxer/German Shepherd mix, when he was just 8 weeks old. He brings so much joy to my life, and to other's. I look forward to meeting your pup, and taking him/her for a nice walk.

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Tawn ACook, Madison Township

4.8

(48)

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Hello! My name is Tawn and I love any animal on this wonderful planet. I enjoy spending time with my own dogs. They mean everything to me. They are my pride and joy!! Taking excellent care of my pets are my first priority. I would take the same level of care with your pets. I don't trust many people with my pets because they are not as particular as I am. My pets are my family. So, I would respect your pets in the same manner.

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Dog Walking in Cook

Cook is a quaint unincorporated community in Fayette County, Ohio. This small town doesn’t have much to offer dog owners in terms of activities, but there are approximately five veterinary clinics within a twenty-five minute drive. Also, Cook is within forty miles of two of Ohio’s biggest, most bustling dog-friendly cities: Columbus and Springfield.

One of the closest amenities, though, is in neighboring London, OH. Just twenty miles outside of Cook, London is home to Cowling Park. This gorgeous public park is complete with playground equipment, a picnic area, countless grassy areas to play, shady trees, and paved parking. You and your pup can hang out underneath the gazebo or the large picnic pavilion. London is also home to Prairie Grass Trail, a gorgeous hiking trail sponsored by the nonprofit agency Rails-to-Trails Conservancy. This hike is a total of thirty miles and spans through Clark, Greene, and Madison counties. Whether you hike one or five miles, Prairie Grass Trail is a wonderful way to get to know central Ohio.

If you’re hungry for a bite to eat, visit Streetside 62 Bistro in neighboring Washington Court House. This bistro has a pooch-friendly patio and serves food made only with fresh, local ingredients. This gorgeous restaurant is only eleven miles from Cook.

Cook may be small, but its proximity to larger towns like London and Wilmington (and even major cities like Columbus) make it a great place for you and your furry friend to live in or visit!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Cook

Bixby Ridge

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
393 per sq. mi.

Bixby Ridge

48

Looking for the best dog park in Bixby Ridge? Then Three Creeks Dog Park is the place you need to see! This open field is the biggest off-leash dog park in the area, with a separate area for smaller dogs, and water bowls for hot summer days. Bring a ball and your best throwing arm, because Three Creeks has enough space to practice those much-desired fetching skills. With optional trails to wander along, this dog park gives your pup the space he needs to stop feeling up a creek without a paddle, and instead happy and full of life!

Grove City

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
994 per sq. mi.

Grove City

36

Breck Community Park is a place where people, and pups, are at the heart of every day. With four separate, fenced-in areas exclusively for dogs, your pooch will be spoilt for choice and company. Big dogs, small dogs, and everypup in between will enjoy the off-leash experience, playing in the grassy fields the park offers. And if that’s not enough, the park is renowned for its dog-friendly events, hosted by the friendly local community. If you’re a dog owner in the area wanting to meet more dog lovers, then Breck Community Park is the best spot in Grove City!

Brewery District

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,260 per sq. mi.

Brewery District

24

Want a dog park that offers a little extra? Then Scioto Audubon Dog Park might just be the place for you. With separate areas for big and small dogs, this dog park offers agility equipment to those who are looking to train, and sand pits for those pups that love to explore. There’s plenty of room for a good game of catch and, with a small lake nearby, it’ll be a perfect spot to take a dip in the summertime. With so much going on, Scioto Aubudon Dog Park will give you and your pup more than the bare bones!

Merion Village

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,260 per sq. mi.

Merion Village

12

Scioto Greenway Trail is a pawfect journey for you and your pup to help reconnect with each other and nature. Following historical train routes, and hugging alongside the Scioto River, this beautiful nature trail is open to the adventurous pups who enjoy wildlife, or for energetic humans who want a picturesque view of downtown Columbus. There are a number of parks connected on the way, such as Berliner Park and Lower Scioto Park, as well as the chance to spot some gorgeous wildlife with your pup. It’s time to take a breath of fresh air, and there is no better place than Scioto Greenway Trail.

Harrison West

0
Dog Parks
2 parks

Population Density
2,260 per sq. mi.

Harrison West

0

Wheeler Memorial Dog Park will get your dog wheeling with excitement. This wonderful open space has room for big and small dogs, as well as available benches for humans to chat and play. During the hot months, a water fountain and bowls are provided, freeing up your backpack and keeping the focus on fun. The locals are supportive, there are plenty of shady spots and, if you don’t mind a mucky pup, the park becomes a squishy wonderland in rainy weather! With a mixture of trees, hills, and open grass, Wheeler Memorial Dog Park will bring leave you feeling pawsome.