Dog walking in Powell

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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Emily GPowell, OH 43065

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“your fur-baby will have a blast with me!”

Hi! My name is Emily, and I absolutely LOVE dogs. I'm literally so excited to meet your dog or see your dog again! I love them all! I have going on 6 years of hands on dog experience in the doggie industry. I started as a Vet Assistant to being senior Manager at a Doggie daycare. I do everything dog, dog walks, dog drop-in visits, dog sitting, basic grooming, almost everything you need for your precious fur-baby. I have the experience & the passion, I can guarantee you won't be disappointed!

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

Jamie KPowell, OH 43065

4.9

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“Experienced pet care professional.”

Hi, I am Jamie. I live near where Columbus, Dublin and Worthington meet up. I have grown up with dogs and currently have Chance, Dixie and Elmo in my family. I love my dogs and meeting other dogs as well. I look forward to meeting your dog!

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Ann KPowell, OH 43065

4.9

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“I treat every dog like my own!”

I’ve been dog walking for a year and a half, I have been dog sitting and boarding for several years. I own 3 dogs myself and have always loved animals. I especially love the bully breeds and big dogs. The dogs that are more difficult are my speciality! Every dog I walk is treated like my own and I take the time to get to know their personality by the time our walk is over. I love my job walking your dogs and can guarantee a worn out pup when we get back!

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Angela LPowell, OH 43065

4.9

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“Dog Time is Happy Time”

Hello! I'm Angie and I‘m the ultimate dog lover. I’ve had dogs my entire life, and spent many hours dog-sitting for others. I currently have three dogs - 100 pound pit mix, 40 pound springer spaniel/lab mix and an 11 pound chihuahua/papillon mix - so I have experience with all different sizes and personalities. I’ve raised them all from puppy stage, so I also have a lot of experience with each doggy stage.

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

Danni HPowell, OH 43065

4.9

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“Dedicated dog lover!”

I'm a life-long dog lover, and I spent last summer caring for them at a doggie day care. I often spent 14 hours a day there, making sure dogs were fed, walked and happy! Big, small, they're all just puppies to me!

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Kevin GPowell, OH 43065

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“Caring, Reliable, Trustworthy”

I have always enjoyed dogs and look forward to meeting you and your pet. I currently work as a volunteer dog walker at the Franklin County Dog shelter in Columbus, Ohio and have cared for several different pets in my life. I am caring, reliable and trustworthy and look forward to having the opportunity to provide you with the services you need.

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Curtis BPowell, OH 43065

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“Walking your best friend is an honor.”

Hello! I have worked with shelter dogs my whole life and I am very comfortable with their individual quirks. I currently have 3 roommates: a mixed breed, a 3-legged shar-pei, and a once homeless street beagle and they are my best friends. I would do anything for them and I promise to treat yours with the same respect. I am quite familiar with the importance that dogs provide the family and I promise to give your fur baby the same love I give my own. I can’t wait to meet your pup!

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

Tracy GPowell, OH 43065

4.9

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“Pup need a potty break? I got this!”

Hi, it's Tracy, your friendly WAG! walker here. I’ve been walking with WAG! for 3 years now. It’s definitely the most fun/rewarding job ever! I love meeting all the new dogs and taking them on an adventure (that’s dog speak for walk...lol). I also volunteer walking dogs at Columbus Humane (over 10 years) and that's where I adopted my two Chihuahuas.  I know you cherish your fur babies and I will take care of them as if they were my own. I can’t wait to meet and get to know them!

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Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience, Socialization training

Cheryl RPowell, OH 43065

4.9

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“Your pets are part of my family!!”

I have completed my pet first aid/ CPR certificate and I am working on my certificate towards a canine specialist. I am a dog lover by nature and have had many years of experience with them as well. I have had many dogs of my own and I have worked in a pet store that worked with local vets and groups that offered puppy classes. I love spending time with many animals and giving them love. I look forward to spending time with your pet and treating them as one of my family while you are away.

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

Dylan APowell, OH 43065

4.9

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Hey! I’m Dylan and I’ve been working with Wag since 2018- all weather, all breeds- and I’m hugely proud of the hundreds of clients who trust me with their dogs. You can count on me to take all safety precautions including mask, gloves, distancing, etc. I grew up as the caretaker to a sweet corgi, in a large family with many dogs of all sizes. I’m an OSU alum, ready to take care of your dogs lovingly and attentively...yes, I can handle your high-energy runner pups too!

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Dog Walking in Powell

This beautiful Delaware County town really does have a lot to offer for you and your wag-tailed tag along. Not only does it have plenty of relaxing, wide streets with outdoor seating for you to sit back and watch the world go by, but it also boasts a total of 9 restaurants to choose from, including Thai food at Thai Orchid, hearty fare at Culvers,and homemade ice cream at Handels

If that all sounds like it might make you pile on the pounds, never fear, because Powell boasts 5 furrific parks which your scampering sidekick can visit! Powell Adventure Park is a grrreat place to play. This park clearly has doggies in mind, as it supplies drinking bowls (and the park's website amusingly reminds patrons that these are not for children).

Murphy Park would also be well worth a visit, as it has some lovely trails winding around its wonderful mature trees. But if you feel like staying closer to downtown, there’s Village Green Park with its splash pads and sheltered seating, or Library Park, just across from the library on Liberty Street, with its small but well-maintained wooded area. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Powell

Dublin

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,785 per sq. mi.

Dublin

48

Dublin is a great spot to visit with your barking bounder, and the best part is it's only 7 miles from Powell! The Nando's Dog Park in Daree Fields Park (named afterNando,Dublin's first four-legged police officer). This park is a nice, no-frills park with a large and small dog area, a clean water source, picnic benches and friendly locals who love the park. The park has a strict "no aggressive dogs" policy, so if your wag-tailed wonder can get a bit overexcited around other dogs, you might be better off hitting the Heritage Rail Trail for an on-leash stroll.

Westerville

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
3,056 per sq. mi.

Westerville

36

You and your barking buddy will be truly spoiled for choice for places to stretch the legs in this delightful Delaware County town, located 9 miles from Powell. The first place you'll want to go is Brooksedge Dog Park. This park has everything two-legged walkers and their four-legged friends could pawssibly need, including great parking, water fountains for both humans and pups, a large and small dog area, climbing toys, and plenty of tennis balls. The dog park also features a third separate area, which is rotated for maintenance. Looking for a quick walk? Leash up and hit the Genoa Trail, or check out Blendon Woods Metro Park.

Columbus Pike

24
Population Density
3,673 per sq. mi.

Columbus Pike

24

The first thing to doggy-do in this southern part of the larger Columbus metropolitan area is visit the stunning Highbanks Metro Park. The park was named after the massive, 100-foot high shale bluff which looms over the Olentangy State Scenic River. Within this huge, 1,000-acre park, there is a great dog-friendly trail called the Coyote Run Trail. This trail takes you and your pawesome pal through picturesque wooded areas and open meadows. The ground is untreated, so it can get quite muddy after a rain. But if that’s a problem, there’s the shorter but equally picturesque Big Meadows Path, which is paved and has an easier gradient. 

Plain City

12
Population Density
1,644 per sq. mi.

Plain City

12

The first place you just have to visit with your four-legged friend in Plain City is Glacier Ridge Metro Park (named after the glacial debris known as end moraine found in the park). This may not be one of the more pupularparks in central Ohio, but it is nonetheless a lovely place for a nice, easy stroll. There are large parts of the trails covered in boardwalk material, so no need to worry about mucky pups. This park is popular with people who play disc golf as well as horse riders, so keep a tight grip on that leash if your furry friend gets a bit overexcited.

Worthington

0
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,475 per sq. mi.

Worthington

0

If you find yourself in Worthington -- located a little over 7 miles from Powell -- there’s one place you doggone gotta go to, and that’s the Godown Dog Park. This park is perfect whether you have a colossal canine or a petite pooch. The park has a secure fence separating the big and small dogs, so no need to worry if you’ve got a high-jumping hound or a burrowing barker. Facilities in the park include water fountains for humans and dogs, large play structures and climbing toys, mature trees that give great shade in the summer, and poop bag dispensers and trash cans located by the entrance. This well-maintained park has a mixed grass and wood-chip surface.