Dog walking in Boring

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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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Janelle SBoring, OR

4.9

(3209)

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“I help pawrents gain more freedom & peace of mind”

Hello Portland Area Pawrents, I am here with Wag wanting to walk and sit for your dog while you are away! I have completely over a 3000 successful walks here on Wag and I am looking to expand more! I love my job! I get to walk puppies to young at heart dogs, what gets better than that? I have over 20 years of experience caring for dogs and I look forward to sharing my dog behavior knowledge and training with your furry baby. Let’s Wag! today PDX!

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Sabrina NBoring, OR

4.9

(1372)

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Hi there! My name is Sabrina and I have always had a deep passion for animals. I love to work with them in any way that I can and I especially love dogs! I've had my own pup (Gracie Lou) for over 10 years now and I regularly volunteer with animal organizations in my free time. I've had the pleasure of working with a wide range of dogs with varying needs over many years. I truly love and appreciate all animals for who they are. I currently am pursuing a career in animal energy healing and take a calm loving approach with all of the animals I see. My ultimate goal is to love your pupper with lots of positive energy and make sure they are safe, happy, and healthy! Some notes on my walking style: I typically use a sturdy leash with an added traffic handle and LED light for added safety, I use eco-friendly compostable poop bags, and all pups will receive some TLC and water at the end of our walk!

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Miranda BBoring, OR

4.9

(1210)

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“Green-haired friend to every pet!”

I walk and care for dogs / pets professionally for 14+ years. I’ve loved animals all my life! As a kid I would go knock on my neighbors’ doors and ask to walk their dogs for fun, which led me to pet-sitting and dog-walking jobs and volunteering with my local animal shelter. To every service I bring a can do attitude, knowledge gained from a degree in animal behavior and physiology, and first aid certification just in case. I'm fit, friendly, and would love to be your dog's new pal!

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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, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Melissa BBoring, OR

4.9

(1194)

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My name is Melissa and I am from North Carolina originally but I have lived in Portland for 3 years. I am an avid animal lover and I have owned and taken care of many animals in my lifetime. I have a lot of experience in dog walking and pet sitting/boarding and I will love, treat, respect, and protect any animals in my care like they are my own. I hold myself to the highest of standards and I will adhere to any specifications so that both the dogs and their owner has the best possible experience

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Jessy SBoring, OR

4.9

(1103)

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Can't make it home in time? Did you get held up at work, again? Or you're wanting to finally go on vacation, but can't find anyone to watch your dog? Then you've found the right walker! I am experienced and committed to caring for your dog the best possible way! I try to always put their safety and care at top priority. I used to train horses and believe every dog can be handled the right way with gentle, yet firm training. I strictly believe in only humane forms of discipline and lots of love and fun! I will make sure to thoroughly read your notes and handle your dog only the way you want them to be. I also keep supplies ready to go for just in case scenarios: I come equipped with extra water, poo bags, leashes/harnesses, and even booties for their paws to prevent heat burn! I love this job! I look forward to meeting your furry friend.

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Brandon LBoring, OR

4.9

(1051)

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Hello,I'm Brandon and I am very excited to meet your dog! I grew up with my mother fostering dogs for a local shelter, and they have held a special place in my heart ever since.

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

Jeaniffer MBoring, OR

4.9

(921)

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Hello, I'm Jean. I have 28 years of pet care experience and I know how important exercise is for all of us. I am a dog mom of 2 very fit furbabes. I hope to meet yours, so we can have some fun.

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Jennifer BBoring, OR

4.9

(730)

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Hi, my name is Jennifer and I am a dog lover, not just a dog walker. Growing up an only child I've always enjoyed being able to have that special 4 legged friend to share all my time and affection with. I've had tons of experience with all types of dogs, I've trained puppies and I've rescued older dogs. I've owned chihuahuas, pugs, goldens, labs, pit bulls and I've worked with plenty of other breeds as well. Every dog is different and special and I love them all just the way they are!

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Malina WBoring, OR

4.9

(659)

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“Pawsitively Paws”

Hi, My name is Malina. I have always been very passionate about working with animals. I started volunteering at shelters when I was twelve.I have a Bachelors degree in animal science. I worked as an adoption counselor for two years .This gave me lots of experience with different breeds and behaviors. I was also a vet assistant so I am able to help with medications. I am a certified positive reinforcement dog walker through the DogBiz academy. I look forward to meeting you and your best friend!

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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, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Linden SBoring, OR

4.9

(647)

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“That fun aunt, for your dog!”

I am an animal lover who grew up with dogs, as well as other creatures. I love canines of all sizes, from Shih Tzu to Newfoundland. I have, also, cared for special needs animals, including nervous, elderly, and high energy beasts.

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

Dog Walking in Boring

Though its name may depict it in a lackluster light, Boring, Oregon, is actually quite an exciting place to live – especially for pooches! Originally a railroad and lumber town, Boring has maintained its small size and charming feel over the years. The town often partners with the nearby town of Damascus for community service projects, social and educational events. When your pup needs a doc, Damascus also has six veterinary clinics to care for your pooch.

For pups, Barton Park is the place to be in Boring. Located on the Clackamas River, the park is a pawpular spot for floating the gentle waters in a canoe, kayak and other watercraft. The park has a 1.5-mile nature trail that you and your leashed dog will love walking. The park’s campsites are pet-friendly, too! There’s a small fee for day use parking, and additional fees for camping.

If you and Fido want to log some serious miles, visit the Boring Station Trailhead Park. This park has pawsome picnic tables, a playground and restrooms, and it’s a starting point for the 40-mile there-and-back Springwater Corridor Trail. The trail reaches all the way from Boring to downtown Portland! You and your leashed pup can hike or bike the trail that winds through natural areas, farmland, residential and industrial areas.

For hotel accommodations, the Best Western Sandy Inn loves to host pets and their people. There is a small fee for furry overnight guests at this hotel located in Sandy, about seven miles away.

With all the furrific recreation in this quaint town, your dog will be barking for Boring!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Boring

Damascus

48
Population Density
789 per sq. mi.

Damascus

48

Furrific fun is the name of the game in Damascus’ namesake neighborhood, about five miles from Boring! The neighborhood’s Trillium Creek Park has big open grassy play areas your leashed pup will love. There are tons of trees to sniff and grass to play in. You and your dog will love stretching your legs on the walking path that meanders through the 1.4-acre park. There’s a pawsome playground, a covered picnic area and a basketball court, too. Damascus Centennial Park is another puptacular place to visit in the neighborhood! This park has lots of room to walk in its open grassy lawns. This park also has a picnic area, a playground and a basketball court.

Sandy City Center

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,165 per sq. mi.

Sandy City Center

36

Get ready for off-leash fun with a view in Sandy’s City Center neighborhood, about seven miles from Boring! This neighborhood is home to the Sandy Bluff Park and Dog Park, a pawsome play area with incredible views of Mount Hood’s snowy peak. While you take in the view, your pup can wiggle and run with excitement in the fully fenced-in off-leash area. The dog park has a doggie waste cleanup station, and shady areas with mature trees and lots of grass. Leashed dogs are welcome to explore the rest of Sandy Bluff Park, too, where there is a walking path and picnic areas. Meining Memorial Park is another furrific park in this neighborhood that welcomes leashed dogs.

Eagle Creek Sandy N/ SE 367th Ave

24
Population Density
1,284 per sq. mi.

Eagle Creek Sandy N/ SE 367th Ave

24

Looking for a quiet place to walk your pooch? Visit Sandy’s Eagle Creek Sandy N/ SE 367th Ave neighborhood, about seven miles from Boring. Located in a residential area, Timberline Park has a furrific walking path that winds through and around the park. This park is understandably pawpular for dog walking, with its mature trees that make it extra pleasant. Cascadia Park is another pawsome area to get some exercise with your leashed dog in this neighborhood. The 4-acre park has tons of open grassy space, a playground and a walking path. Leashed dogs are also welcome in the neighborhood’s Bornstedt Park.

SE Regner Rd/ SE Butler Rd

12
Population Density
1,580 per sq. mi.

SE Regner Rd/ SE Butler Rd

12

You and Fido will love the serene feel of Thom Park located in this Gresham neighborhood, about eight miles from Boring. Thom Park is a pawpular place for people to practice yoga, work in the park’s community gardens and relax in the huge open grassy area. At 5.5 acres, this park has space for everyone to have fun. You and your leashed pup can wander the walking path through the park and chow down on snacks at a picnic table. There’s also a playground for kiddos. If you and your pup have energy to burn, you can bike or hike the Springwater Corridor Trail all the way from Boring to this neighborhood.

SE Regner Rd/ SW Butler Rd

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Population Density
1,869 per sq. mi.

SE Regner Rd/ SW Butler Rd

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There’s tons of fun waiting for you and your dog in Gresham’s SE Regner Rd/ SW Butler Rd neighborhood, about eight miles from Boring! Locals love the neighborhood’s Main City Park Off-Leash Dog Area. This fully fenced-in yard is a pawpular place for socializing and exercising pups. There are grassy and mulched areas with benches and a doggie waste cleanup station. Leashed dogs are welcome throughout the rest of Main City Park, where you and Fido can visit the Japanese gardens, explore the walking paths, have a picnic, and splash in Johnson Creek. Main City Park also has access to the Springwater Corridor Trail, so you and your pup are able to walk or bike all the way from Boring!