Dog walking in Seaside

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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Shauna HSeaside, OR 97138

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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!

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Carly CSeaside, OR 97138

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Hello, my name is Carly! I am an avid dog lover and walker. This stems from family history of owning and breeding hunting dogs known as Vizslas. Having a history of dealing with high energy dogs, I have grown to be very patient and understanding of dogs of all ages and personalities. I am currently a full time college student currently pursuing a major in dietetics and love the flexibility that comes with walking your fur babies!

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Can run with dogs, Puppy care, Fast walker

Dog Walking in Seaside

The city of Seaside on Oregon's northern coast is a delightful place to come with your pup. With  a pawtastic coastal trail, nearby state parks, and several dog-friendly restaurants, you'll have a variety of ways to spend time with your special pal.

Take Fido about eight miles south of Seaside to Haystack Hill State Park in Cannon Beach. Walk through the trails in the wooded areas or head down to the water. Here, you can get spectacular views of Haystack Rock. Dogs are allowed on the beach provided they're on a leash or immediately responsive to your voice commands.

You can also drive north with your pup to the Del Rey Beach State Recreation Site. This long strip of sand and fields is a short five-mile drive from downtown Seaside. Walk along the coast with your canine companion, or bring along a picnic and watch the sun set over the water.

After a day on the beach, head to N Marion Avenue and grab a bite to eat with your pup at McMenamins Sand Trap Pub in the Gearhart Hotel. You can select from salads, sandwiches, burgers, and more. Dogs are welcome to lounge at your feet at outdoor tables on the patio.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Seaside

Seaside

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Population Density
1,420 per sq. mi.

Seaside

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If you're headed to the coast and want to bring your pup along, check out the Best Western Ocean View Resort on N Prom. This hotel offers direct access to the beach. Your furry friend is welcome to join you when you walk along the sandy coastline. Bring up to two dogs of any size for an additional fee. Make sure to select the pet-friendly option when booking a room. After combing the beach for treasures, head to Maggie's On the Prom for some surf and turf. This restaurant has pet-friendly patio seating. Feast on clams, crab, chicken, and filet mignon while Fido rests at your feet.

Broadway/Avenue A

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Population Density
4,059 per sq. mi.

Broadway/Avenue A

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The neighborhood of Broadway/Avenue A includes the Necanicum Estuary Natural History Park. This pupful green space is located across from the high school on North Holladay. Walk along the Necanicum River boardwalk with your pooch and catch sight of wildlife from the viewing deck. Dogs are welcome to join you on a leash. When you're ready to get a bite to eat, head to the Seaside Brewing Company on Broadway. This microbrewery has craft beers, and a menu that includes fish tacos, pizza and more. Your furry friend is free to lounge at your feet at one of the tables on the outdoor deck.

Lewis and Clark

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Population Density
235 per sq. mi.

Lewis and Clark

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The Lewis and Clark neighborhood, on the northern end of Seaside provides easy access to North Gateway Park. Bring Fido here to walk along the nature trails and catch sight of some wildlife. You can stroll along the banks of Neawanna Creek here, too. Remember to keep your pup on a leash. Just north of the city, walk along the beach in Gearheart Ocean State Park. Have a picnic and watch the sunset over the ocean with your special pal. Dogs are permitted on the beach. If you're visiting between March 15 and July 15, keep your pooch on a leash to help protect potential nesting sites of the Western Snowy Plover.

Skyline Drive

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Population Density
332 per sq. mi.

Skyline Drive

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When you're planning to visit Seaside, and you need a pet-friendly place to stay, check out the Seaside RV Resort in the Skyline Drive neighborhood. This campsite is conveniently located near the antique and outlet malls, historic sites, and scenic areas. Cabins are equipped with wireless internet access, satellite television, and other amenities.  Hike on the nature trails in the resort with your pup, or head down to the beach. Dogs are allowed in the rentals for a small additional fee. Make sure you keep your furry friend on a leash up to ten feet long whenever you're not in your campsite.

Wahanna

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Population Density
2,449 per sq. mi.

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For a puptastic camping adventure, head about a mile south of the Wahanna neighborhood to the Circle Creek RV Resort. This peaceful site is nestled along the Necanicum River and surrounded by a conservancy. Dogs are welcome here as long as they're kept on a leash. When you want to go exploring, head to Ecola State Park and wander the trails throughout this coastal wilderness. Hike through the Spruce Forest and catch stunning views of the Pacific Coast from Tilamook Head. You can bring your canine companion with you in this state park provided that you keep him on a leash and pick up any waste.