Dog walking in Norman

Book on demand and scheduled walks with local dog walkers

How it works

Flexible scheduling

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.

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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Shellie ONorman, OK

5.0

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“Dogs are my everything!”

I have my Master's Degree in Social Work but dogs are my passion! I have always been around dogs. I have been the office manager for a veterinarian clinic but love the freedom of being outside making dogs smile. We have fostered dogs in our home and our dogs are family. We currently have 2 Miniature Schnauzers and a Goldendoodle. I will treat your pets as I do my own. 'Pets aren't my whole life...they make my life whole.'

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

Jessica WNorman, OK

5.0

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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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Tara NNorman, OK

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“Your dog's new best friend!”

My name is Tara and  I was born and raised in central Oklahoma. I have over 25 years kennel experience. My family has raised and shown Pembroke Welsh Corgis for over 30 years. I have been a Wag Walker for over a year and have made friends with the best dogs in town! I look forward to meeting your best friend.

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

Esther RNorman, OK

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“A dog will teach you unconditional love- R.W.”

Hi, I'm Esther! I love getting to spend time with fur babies. I have three of my own: I have one cat, Leo and two chihuahuas. One is young and loves to sleep, the other is 12 years old and is as spunky as can be! I will take great care of your babies like they were one of my own.

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Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Puppy care

Betsy WNorman, OK

5.0

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“Part time wag walker, full time dog lover.”

Hi there! My name is Betsy. I am lifelong Okie and recently graduated with my Master’s. My fiancee and I have 3 dogs- Cherry (5 yrs), Yoya (7 yrs), and Olive (10 yrs). I seriously love dogs so much. I have spent a lot of time taking care of the dogs of my friends and family while they are away (including some seniors and special needs pups). Open to sitting, walking, and possibly boarding. I am so excited to spend time with your doggos and enjoy a walk with them!

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Chelsea RNorman, OK

4.9

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I am former Pre-Vet student. I worked at a vet clinic as a tech and groomer. I learned animal first aid, grooming and how to administer meds and vaccines. I have 3 dogs varying from tiny to large. I assist my family and friends in the health and care of their pets.

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Robin RNorman, OK

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Hi, My name is Robin! I am a mother of 2 preteens and we have 3 rescues pups; Lao Tzu-Black Pug, Annie-one eyed Chihuahua & Toasty-Jack Russell Terrier. We love to spend our time fishing, dog walking and helping the elderly.

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MeKayla BNorman, OK

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“All about WagTastic Service!!”

Hello! My names MeKayla, I’m a college student in Oklahoma City. I am reliable and a loving pet owner myself. I look forward to meeting all pets and their owners!

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

Lillie LNorman, OK

4.9

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“Animals will always be a passion of mine (:”

I am very passionate about all animals. I have been around dogs my entire life and I have loved every second of it. I am open to walking, sitting, or anything else you may need.

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

Destiny SNorman, OK

4.9

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My name is Destiny and I have always owned dogs. I used to volunteer at the humane society and pet shelter. My responsibilities included walking dogs, cleaning kennels, and maintaining feeding schedules. I would love to meet your pet and give them a happy and comfortable experience!

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Dog Walking in Norman

Get out of town with your pup at Country Inn & Suites Norman located on Ed Noble Parkway. Rooms start as low as $60, and two pets of any size are welcome in each room for an additional fee of $10 per pet, per night. Amenities include a business center, complimentary hot breakfast, fitness center, free high-speed Internet, room service, and a heated, indoor swimming pool. Country Inn & Suites is conveniently close to Oklahoma City, allowing guests to enjoy Norman and Oklahoma City without having to road trip.

Does your dog need to run off some excess energy? Or maybe he needs to work on getting rid of his chubby belly? Then take him to Norman Community Dog Park at Griffin Park. Located on 12th Avenue, the Norman Community Dog Park is a fully fenced-in, two-acre dog park with plenty of trees to sniff and benches to sit on. Allow your pooch to run freely – off-leash – and enjoy endless games of fetch and tug-o-war in one of Normans most spacious parks.

Perhaps you want to take your dog to a dog park, but fear your small breed might feel uneasy with the big dogs. The Sutten Wildlife Greenbelt is a great alternative for you and your small furry friend. Sutten Wildlife Greenbelt has a special area just for small breeds, so your pup can play without fear. This park also has trails to explore, benches to rest on, and plenty of beautiful scenery to take in.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Norman

Sutton Place

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,998 per sq. mi.

Sutton Place

48

Sutton Place is a fantastic area to be in if you’re a dog owner.  Located right next to George M. Sutton Wilderness Park, there are a plethora of walking trails and scenic routes to take your pup on your next afternoon walk. There’s even a lake to tie the scenery together. Just south of George M. Sutton Wilderness Park is Griffin Community Park, complete with it’s own walking trails, and the Norman Community Dog Park!  Aside from offering large grassy areas for your pup to run off leash, there’s also a dog friendly swimming pool so your pooch can cool off from the summer heat.


Westwood Estates

36
Population Density
3,137 per sq. mi.

Westwood Estates

36

Westwood Estates is a lovely neighborhood with an open community. Taking up the entire northern end of the neighborhood is Westwood Park, a large area that’s equal part open prairie and shade trees. Lakes and ponds dot the park periodically and there’s plenty of room for your curious pup to explore. The park is not fenced in, so remember to keep your pup attached to a leash at all times. It’s also up against a main road, so easily frightened dogs should stay toward the south where passing traffic can’t bother them. Your dog is sure to have a tail wagging time!


Old Silk Stocking District

24
Population Density
6,642 per sq. mi.

Old Silk Stocking District

24

Old Silk Stocking District is a gorgeous area and a friendly neighborhood. Nestled right in the center of the neighborhood is Andrews Park, a lovely green stretch that allows plenty of space for your pup to explore. For dogs who like a little more privacy, Ruth Updegraff Park is a small area that’s perfect for some one on one time with your favorite pooch. Should you decide to walk along the gorgeous Legacy Trail, you’ll run close by Tull Park with open fields and strategically placed shade trees. Remember, these parks aren’t fenced in, so keep your pup leashed at all times!

Hallbrooke

12
Population Density
2,083 per sq. mi.

Hallbrooke

12

Hallbrooke is a uniquely beautiful neighborhood that’s tucked right next to a gorgeous park.  Northeast Lions Park comes with plenty of open space, and is complete with a large lakeside that takes up a little less than half the park. Shade trees are placed thoughtfully about the edges of the park, so you can take a stroll without worrying about the heat of the sun. The park isn’t fenced in, so a leash is required for every dog that you take out into the park. Should you and your pooch need a break, there are periodic rest areas for a sit in the shade before you get on your way again.


Hall Park

0
Population Density
4,066 per sq. mi.

Hall Park

0

Hall park is a pretty area with an outstanding community. Nestled in the center of the neighborhood is Creighton Park, a gorgeous area with trees planted throughout and plenty of prairie for your pup to explore. For a smaller area that’s a little more private, Doubletree Park offers quiet green fields that’s well suited to pups that don’t respond well to a lot of outside stimuli. Neither park is fenced in, so be sure that all dogs you bring out are secured on a leash for their safety. Both parks also have small neighborhood roads running beside them, so pups easily spooked by cars should be kept toward the center of the park.