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.
Track your walk with our live GPS tracker, then view your detailed report card after the walk.
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.
I love pets. I'm very aware of my surroundings and am very observant. I know when things are going well and when they aren't. I can tell when dogs are streased, ill or over exurted. I know what it means to dog proof a house to make sure pets stay safe. I walk my dog a lot on pedestrian paths and know how to safely walk dogs on a short leash, close to you, especially when there are other people, pets or animals around.
Top Pet Caregiver
Hello, my name is Kelly! I am one of those people that tends to care more about pets than roommates. I am very experienced with all types of dogs. I grew up with a German Shepherd, a tiny Maltese and many in between. I currently have my own dog, I rescued her from the Toledo area. She was very anxious and shy when she first came home with me but she has made great progress! I feel that I am easily adaptable to a dog’s mental state.
Hello, I am Haruna and I’m a huge dog lover! I work full time as a dog groomer in training. I have had dogs all my life, and currently have a puppy who I have rescued. He’s a huge blessing in my life! I am learning animal reiki, and I hope to become certified so it’ll help me when I become a animal rescuer. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask. Thank you!
Hi, I am Taylor. I have grown up taking care of animals ever since I was a kid, everything from Dogs, Cats, Chameleons and Pigs. Let's chat, I look forward to meeting you and your fur child.
Hi! I'm Sam and I absolutely love caring for dogs. I have volunteered at my local dog shelter for 3 years and have two dogs of my own. I have cared for dogs of all sizes, breeds, and energy levels. I am usually the first person my friends and family call when they need someone to watch their pups.
Hi! I'm Casey. I'm an actress & makeup artist who grew up in Ohio, always with a dog in the home. Since living in the city, I've missed the rewarding relationship and the joy that comes with having a pup. For this reason, I'm super excited to meet you and your furry buddy!
I grew up in Bowling Green Ohio, and have been around dogs all of my life. First, there was a German Shepard named Keisha, and her Black Lab/Shepard mix pal Brutus. Later, we got a Puggle named Sandy, and a Maltese named Ian. I've now moved to Columbus for college, and the dog count back home has reached 5! We still have Sandy, but now we have a German Shepard named Holly, two Lab/Pitt/Rottweiler mix rescues named Jackson and Ruby, and our newest (unknown mix) addition Sarah. I miss them all, but always look forward to seeing them back home!
Top Pet Caregiver
“I’m a fellow Dog-Dad!”
Hello, my name is Michael! I love dogs. I just adopted a 6 year old German Shepard/Sharpie mix in February. His name is Cornelius. I call him Corn Dog for short. He is my best friend and I need him just as much as he needs me. I have a lot of experience walking dogs and taking care of them. I used to dog sit for my friends quite often. I look forward to working with you and your dog.
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience
In the late 19th century, North Baltimore and the surrounding area was populated with slippery elm trees. But the elm trees were sold to the Bowling Green Railroad Company, leading to cleared land for implementation of a railroad and farmland. The route extended to North Baltimore and the railroad operated for over 100 years before discontinuing service in 1978.
That railroad corridor is known today as the great Slippery Elm Trail and is a pawpular location to take Fido for a hike or a leisurely walk. The Slippery Elm Trail today features 13 miles of smooth, groomed pavement; ideal for joggers, runners, and cyclists. The quiet charm of the Slippery Elm Trail is a mere reflection of the North Baltimore village. Doggoes must be leashed at all times while on the trail.
Two-legged and four-legged travelers are welcome to come explore North Baltimore and its wooftacular environs!
The Broadway-3rd neighborhood offers you and your pup the chance to meet the locals at the pawpular City Park/Memorial Field. The Memorial Field is a wide-open green space dedicated to the residents where their enjoyment of sports and the great outdoors come together. Catch a thrilling American football game with Fido and cheer from the bleachers, or grab Fido's leash and walk around the edge of the Memorial Field Stadium. This City Park welcomes both residents and out-of-town visitors to come cheer on the Fighting Tigers! Your pup will be happy to meet other canines on the field or in the public grassy areas. Make sure to bring waste bags to clean up after your pooch, as none are available at the park.
Whether you are coming into North Balitmore, passing through, or are just leaving, a stop at the Petro North Baltimore is a must! Petro might seem like any ordinary gas station, but in fact it is a full-service restaurant open 24/7, offering several fast-food joints, a Country Store and a convenient Travel Store. What's more, your pup will be able to take paws and stretch their legs at Petro's outdoor grassy area dedicated for traveling pets. There are doggie waste bags and trash cans provided to help make cleanup a breeze. Stop by Petro's to stock up on some tasty treats for the road!
Ready for the ruff stuff? The Van Buren Lake neighborhood in Van Buren offers pups a howlin' good time trekking in the wilderness of the Van Bruen State Park. Take a scenic and leisurely stroll on the Van Buren Trail State Park to observe an abundance of wildlife, including rabbit, deer, fox, and eagles! Your pup's safety is priority, so be sure to keep him on his leash while on the trails and throughout the State Park. Expect the trails to be natural, in that they are long sections of dirt, sand, or grassy tracks (it's a good idea to check for ticks and bring repellent). You and your pup will have a blast exploring the woodlands and meadows while woofing in the fresh scent of Pine trees and blueberry bushes.
If you want to stay around North Baltimore to explore more of the beautiful surrounding area, then head to the Findlay Trenton/Bigelow neighborhood in Findlay to discover several pup-friendly lodging options. Only ten miles out, the Super 8 Findlay, Motel 6 Findlay, and Rodeway Inn Findlay all offer budget-friendly hotel rooms that welcome your pup with open doors. Motel 6 offers pups to sleepover for no extra fee, while Rodeway Inn and Super 8 requires a small extra deposit. If you want to sleep in more style, the Quality Inn, Country Inn, and Holiday Inn Express Findlay all offer ultra comfortable and spacious rooms for a reasonable extra fee per night. Call ahead to reserve your pet-friendly room today!
Craving fresh open-air, or maybe some freshly-roasted coffee? Then the Riverside neighborhood in Findlay is the place to visit with your canine by your side. Grab a piping hot coffee or latte at the Fort Findlay Coffee shop. Enjoy your house roast outside with Fido while you both slobber over some delicious housemade doughnuts, muffins, and more sweet treats. The Riverside Park is just a paw away, and offers you and Fido the chance to burn off all those sugar calories (wink). Leash up your pooch and go for a stroll at the park's riverside paths, catch a live game at the multipurpose sports fields, or hang out and make some friends with the locals! The pawfect day with your pup is just a stone's throw away in the Riverside neighborhood!
© 2020 Wag Labs, Inc. All rights reserved.
Download the Wag! app
Download the Wag! app