Dog walking in El Reno

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

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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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Jessica WEl Reno, OK

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I have owned dogs my entire life and love the heck out of them!! I am very active and enjoy walking my own dogs. I would love the opportunity to walk dogs that may be inside all day and need exercise or just dogs that needs another human friend! To ensure your trust I would treat your furbaby like my own. Thank you in advance!

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Christopher VEl Reno, OK

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Hello my name is Chris. I am 23 and have had dogs since I can remember. As soon as I was able to I began fostering dogs and rescuing dogs from the street. I have dealt with all breeds, sizes and personalities. I enjoy meeting new dogs and getting to know them and their personalities.

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Margaret LEl Reno, OK

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I have grown up with dogs of various sizes. Starting from the age of 8 I would always walk or run the family dog. Currently I have two pit bull mixes which I walk twice a day everyday! I dog sit for friends, and walk their dogs on a regular basis as well! I love all animals and believe daily excercise makes happy dogs!

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

Aaron HEl Reno, OK

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Throughout my life my family has owned a dog. I have not known life without one and I'm not sure that's something I want to imagine, dogs have such a deep and unconditional love for us. That's why I've always wanted to work with them because I'm not sure if that would really be a job or not, I just think it would be the most wonderful day to spend a day.

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Allison BEl Reno, OK

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Hi! I'm Allison and I can't wait to meet your pup! I have grown up with all kinds of pets. I pet sat all the neighborhood dogs when I was a teenager and then landed my dream job managing a pethotel and doggie day care. I also spent two years working in a grooming salon. I have two precious baby dogs of my own. I would love to walk your best friend!

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Amanda TEl Reno, OK

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Hello, my name is Amanda! I have cared for a variety of different dogs, from Chihuahuas to Pit Bulls, which helps give me an idea of how unique each dog is and just how special they all are. I am also currently going to college to get my degree to be a Veterinarian Technician at OSU-OKC! I've always had a love for animals of all kinds and thoroughly enjoy meeting and taking care of new ones! I love spending time outside with dogs and playing with them until they get the right amount of exercise for the day!

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Bethany SEl Reno, OK

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Hello, My name is Bethany. I am 27 years old. Animals are my passion and caring for animals is my dream job. I have over 10 years experience in animal care by looking after other people's pets and also volunteering at animal shelters. I have had dogs throughout my life and now I have two cats because of my busy schedule. I am a full-time petsitter in the OKC metro. I look forward to giving your pup loving care.

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Maria AEl Reno, OK

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Driven and highly motivated i have 3 years and profesional sales. I graduated from Francis tuttle for criminal justice so i have a little exsperiance with the law. I wanted to do something with my free time by joining wag and meeting new little friends. I currently work at Home Depot and wanted a second job, but if there’s anything you desire to know i would be happily grateful to answer any question.

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Casandra MEl Reno, OK

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I started pet-sitting/dog walking in high school as a way to help the elderly in my neighborhood. I found that it was a great way to get exercise and spend time with some amazing pets. I have really enjoyed getting to know each dogs personality. Now as a young adult, I own my own rescued dog named Star.

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Konstantinos REl Reno, OK

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Hello, I am Conny from Germany, I like to walk dogs. My first dog (Alaskan Husky) I had 30 years ago. Now I have 2 female dogs 5 and 8 years old (Pitt and Doberlab) from dogshelter. I have been sitting and walking dogs for friends and family for the past few years. Looking forward to hear from you. ;-) Check out my instagram Facebook twitter Sopmor66, Konstantinos Rompos, Sopmor66.

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Dog Walking in El Reno

Don’t let the small town charm fool you, as the city of El Reno is a growing place. El Reno has plenty of parks and easy access to the accommodations of the nearby city of Oklahoma City, making it a desirable place to raise a family, including the family dog of course! There are three highly rated veterinary clinics right in the city, making caring for your puppy convenient. In case the case of an emergency, you can zip over to Neel Veterinary Hospital in Oklahoma City, which provides 24hr full service emergency care.  

Locals and dogs of El Reno love getting back to nature at Lake El Reno in the west end of town. This large lake is said to have a clean and natural feel. With 170 acres of land and 4 miles of shoreline, the lake offers pawfect opportunities for camping, fishing, and swimming. You can even take a hike with your dog along the ATV trails!

If you’re looking for a place to stay with more comforts than a campsite, head over to Best Western Hensley’s just south of the Highway 40. This is a favourite among travelers and their road dogs. They welcome  up to two dogs per room for an additional fee. In a small town with so many pet amenities and parks, it’s no wonder pups and their owners love calling El Reno home!


Best Dog Neighborhoods in El Reno

Foreman Road

48
Population Density
845 per sq. mi.

Foreman Road

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You won’t run out of options for areas to walk your dog in the Foreman Road neighborhood. This neighborhood boasts three great parks to enjoy. Adams Park is the most diverse park to choose from, with a large variety of athletic fields. It even has a golf course, skate park and rodeo grounds. There are restrooms available in this park as well. Some smaller options are Burton Park and Frank Knight Park. You can enjoy the views of Fourmile Creek on your walk with Fido, which gently rolls through Burton Park. Frank Knight Park is located in the east end of the neighborhood, and features a playground and lots of grassy space for your dog to dig his claws into. You’ll need to keep your dog leashed in these three parks, and don’t forget the poop bags!


Fairway Breeze

36
Population Density
4,316 per sq. mi.

Fairway Breeze

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The Fairway Breeze neighborhood is a desirable place to live in El Reno. Families and their dogs alike love the nearby green space that can be found in El Reno Legion Park. The paved walking trail is easy on the paws as you and your pup take in views of the fishing pond. The park also includes amenities such as a large splash pad, playgrounds, a swimming pool and tennis courts. Pack up a picnic basket along with the dog biscuits to enjoy a picnic under the pavillion! None of the areas in this park are designated dog areas, so please keep your dog leashed and pick up after him.


Southtown

24
Population Density
2,863 per sq. mi.

Southtown

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The neighborhood of Southtown is the proud home to two great parks that you and your dog can enjoy! Located in the west end of the neighborhood, Rinehart Park is a favourite among runners and dog walkers alike. Grab your running shoes and dog leash, because this park features a winding, paved pathway that runs through a lovely green space. Right in the middle of Southtown, there is also Gadberry Park. This small neighborhood park features a play structure and basketball court. Your dog will need to stay leashed in both of these parks. Add one to your morning walk, or take the family there for a picnic, just don’t forget the poop bags!

Ellison

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Population Density
2,308 per sq. mi.

Ellison

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The little neighborhood of Ellison in El Reno may just seem like your typical suburb, but it’s also home to the Hillcrest Park. When you and your dog need a break from the pavement on your morning walk, this is a great place to go. There is a large open green space for Fido to sniff his heart out, and get some grass between his toes. He might even make some furry friends. This park also offers a playground style merry-go-round, basketball court and two baseball backstops. Since this is a shared park, please keep your dog leashed and pick up after him.

Cedar Avenue

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
368 per sq. mi.

Cedar Avenue

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You don’t need to go too far out of El Reno to get to a great dog park. The Pets and People Dog Park in the Cedar Avenue neighborhood of Yukon is worth the drive. This fenced dog park is run by the local dog shelter, so you’ll need to register and sign a waiver at the main office. The park is free, but they do accept donations towards the shelter. This park offers benches for you to relax on while you watch your pup run, rinse and repeat in the swimming pond, or scamper over the agility course. Waste bags are not provided, so you’ll need to bring your own, and watch out for “land-mines” left by other dogs.