Dog walking in Cannon Beach

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.

Book walkers near you

Shauna HCannon Beach, OR

5.0

(43)

Book now

Hello! I'm Shauna and I have over 20 years experience caring for animals. As a professional dog walker, I always carry paw wipes for those rainy days and a dog first aid kit to ensure the utmost safety for your precious pup. I am alert and engaged (not a "hang around and play on my cell phone" type) and can do light training (such as "heel") that makes the walk experience beneficial for both you and your dog! I can provide references and treats upon request. Thanks so much!

Background Checked

Dog Walking in Cannon Beach

Cannon Beach's Neahkanie Trail, originating from the Oswald West State Park, was recognized by the native Americans as a viewpoint fit for gods, and originally named it Ne Ekahni, or “place of supreme deity.” Treasure seekers sift the beach at the mountain’s base for gold buried by sailors from a shipwrecked Spanish galleon. The discovery of a strangely inscribed block of beeswax had added to people's imagination and has caused much speculation on what else may be hidden. 

When you grow weary of running on the beach, stop in at the Cannon Beach Cafe to enjoy a bowl of soup, salads, hot and cold sandwiches, among other choices. Enjoy your meal with Fido at the outside tables. Warren House Pub Food and Beer welcomes you and your pooch to dine at the back picnic tables. Sweet Basil's Cafe serves vegetarian fare and provides a covered dog-friendly courtyard to dine in comfort.

For pups, the Seaside Pet Clinic is your experienced partner in pet health care in Cannon Beach. Stay at the Surf Sand Resort which welcomes two pets for an additional fee. Your pups will be welcomed with their own basket of linens, bowls, and beds for their stay, and free doggie biscuits are always in the lobby. Enjoy the natural beauty of Cannon Beach with your pup.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Cannon Beach

Cannon Beach

48
Population Density
117 per sq. mi.

Cannon Beach

48

Pets are welcome on-leash, or under voice control,  at dog-friendly Cannon Beach near the quaint Cannon Beach town center loaded with shops and cafes year-round. The nearby Ecola State Park offers a more secluded stroll on the miles of beautiful trails in the park, following the steps of Lewis and Clark to the unforgettable scenic overlooks. Leashed dogs are welcomed throughout the park. Haystack Rock is a gorgeous designated bird and marine sanctuary rising above the sand and sea. Although dogs are permitted to be off leash on the beach, they must be leashed around Haystack Rock due to its status as a bird and marine sanctuary.

Seaside Cove

36
Population Density
26 per sq. mi.

Seaside Cove

36

Rain or shine, the Seaside Cove neighborhood is a must-see-stop whether you’re a tourist or a local. Seltzer Park is just across the street where there are public restrooms and a shower to rinse off sandy feet. There are also plenty of benches for people watching, or you and your pup can take a leashed walk around the grounds. Stay in pet-friendly Motel 6 Seaside when passing through this neighborhood, which welcomes one pooch up to 60 pounds for no additional fee. Sandy Cove Inn welcomes dogs of any size with a refundable deposit and prior contact with the hotel to assure booking of a dog-friendly room. The hotel is located on the quiet south end of the Promenade.

Neahkahnie

24
Population Density
266 per sq. mi.

Neahkahnie

24

Nehalem Bay State Park, set between the ocean and the bay, is situated on a 4-mile long spit and features a campground and two day-use areas. Your dog will be thrilled with a sniff-tastic hike through the dunes to the beach for a long walk on the beach or the surf. Watch for treasures, such as agates, shells, and occasionally glass floats along your way. The campground is set among a stand of shore pine for other pawsome leashed excursions. The 1.8 bike path provides breathtaking views of the bay and you'll want to watch for deer and elk, and an occasional coyote, as your stroll along.

Seaside South

12
Population Density
26 per sq. mi.

Seaside South

12

Cartwright Park in South Seaside is just 9 miles from Cannon Beach, and is a beautiful family park only 4 blocks from the beach. After your walk in the park or your trek down the beach, stop in at the Bell Buoy of Seaside for fresh, fast seafood. Your pup is welcome to join you in the outdoor seating next to the little river. Stay at the Shilo Inn and Suites Seaside with up to two pets of any size for an additional fee. Or, you and your pup may enjoy a quiet rest at the Coast River Inn which welcomes up to two pets of any size for an additional fee.

Rockaway Beach

0
Population Density
266 per sq. mi.

Rockaway Beach

0

Rockaway Beach, just 26 miles from Cannon Beach, welcomes you and your pooch to seven miles of sandy coastline for a walk in the surf, kite flying, beachcombing, whale watching, or just relaxing in the sun. After enjoying the beach, try these dog-friendly restaurants for lunch or dinner. The Sand Dollar Restaurant & Lounge buys most ingredients locally for their menu of comfort food for travelers. Order a bowl of clam chowder while dining at the Old Oregon Smokehouse with your pup in the outdoor seating. The Beach Bakeshop has four outdoor tables with leash hooks just waiting for you to enjoy freshly baked pastries or lunchboxes in the fresh sea air.