Dog walking in Terrebonne

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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Amanda BTerrebonne, OR

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Aloha! My name is Amanda and I have loved dogs for as long as I can remember. I have a big heart and love to be able to help a friend out when needed. I’m so thankful to be able to walk and care for your pup!

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Can run with dogs, High energy dogs, Puppy care, Fast walker

David LTerrebonne, OR

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Hi, I'm David and I have passion for all four legged friends but especially dogs. I have raised 4 dogs in my life and currently have 2 at home. Peanut is my Lab/Pit mix that was rescued in California and Louie is a terrier chihuahua mix. I am confident walking and socializing all breeds, sizes and energy levels! I am always on time and professional and try to custom tailor my walks to your dog as much as possible. I am happy to accommodate most special requests and love repeat customers!

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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

Noelle BTerrebonne, OR

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“Travel Writer Who Loves Dogs!”

Hi there! I'm a travel writer who is now "settling down" in Bend. I absolutely loved walking my dog, Dylan, along the Deschutes River Trail & taking him to Pine Nursery Park ~ but unfortunately, he passed away in February, and I’m terribly missing my daily walks with him. While I'm not ready for a new dog yet, I am missing animal love in my life & am looking forward to meeting many new wonderful dogs here in Bend, & sharing with them my love for the great outdoors!

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Senior dog care, Puppy care, Fast walker

Julia MTerrebonne, OR

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Hello there! My name is Julia. I’ve grown up raising dogs my whole life! Sadly they have all passed away now. Now I love to share my love of walking and being outdoors with friendly pups. Placing your dog(s) in my care means- unleashing your pets energy and potential in a safe manner, and being cared for as best as they can be. I understand different dogs have different personalities and needs and I promise to treat each one like the furry Kings and Queens they are!

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Timothy JTerrebonne, OR

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“Loving all dogs big and small.”

My name is Timothy Johnson and dogs mean the world to me. While growing up I had many furry friends to take care of and I have owned two dogs of my own. My best friend Lilly was an 8 year old, red nose Pitbull that was completely deaf. Lilly taught me how to train a dog with health conditions, and how to deal with food aggression. My apartment does not allow dogs, but through Wag, I would love to become best friends with your furry family member!

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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

Dog Walking in Terrebonne

Although Terrebonne is merely a census-designated place with just over a thousand residents, this small community is chock-full of character. With quaint shops, a variety of delicious eateries, a vineyard, plenty of outdoor recreation opportunities and 300 days of sunshine a year, it’s easy to see why locals and visitors love this small town! Terrebonne also has a veterinary clinic in town to help your pooch stay in tip top shape!

For fur-iendly eats in Terrebonne, check out Java Rock! You’ll love sipping on yummy coffees, teas and craft beers on their woofderful back patio with Fido by your side. There’s even drinking water for thirsty pups and lots of shade available.

The Smith Rock State Park is a pawsitively furrific place in Terrebonne to visit with your leashed dog! Your pup will love all there is to see and smell along the 1.5-mile Canyon Trail, and you’ll be wowed by the stunning rocky cliff walls that tower high above the beautiful waters of the Crooked River. The park is a woofderful place to spot wildlife, like river otters and golden eagles, so keep an eye out! Don’t forget to look up at the cliffs, too, you might even spot a rock climber!

With so much pawsomeness packed into one small town, there’s always tails wagging in Terrebonne!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Terrebonne

Diamond Ranch

48
Population Density
1,724 per sq. mi.

Diamond Ranch

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There’s a furrific community park for you and Fido to explore just four miles away in Redmond’s Diamond Ranch neighborhood! Clip on your pup’s leash and head to Diamond Bar Ranch Park for a woofderful walk on the park’s paved walking path. There’s also a huge open grassy space where your pup can romp and roll, and check out the smells around the shady trees. Diamond Bar Ranch Park also has a playground, basketball court, picnic tables and restrooms. There’s a water fountain, but you’ll want to be sure to bring a bowl for your thirsty pup, plus cleanup baggies.

NW 10th Street

36
Population Density
1,746 per sq. mi.

NW 10th Street

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Nestled in the quiet Northwest 10th Street neighborhood, Quince Park is a pawsome place to visit with your leashed furry friend! About four miles from Terrebonne, this park has lots of lush, manicured grass where you and your pooch can romp or train. There’s also a paved .37-mile walking trail that makes two loops around this beautiful park. It’s a pawpular place for getting some exercise alongside your pooch! Quince Park is also a great place for family gatherings as there’s lots of picnic tables with barbecue grills. Kiddos love this park for its playground! There’s also restrooms and a water fountain.

NW Canal Blvd

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,194 per sq. mi.

NW Canal Blvd

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You and Fido will have your pick of the parks in Redmond’s Northwest Canal Boulevard neighborhood, about six miles from Terrebonne! Whether your pup loves off-leash fun, a jaunt on a furrific trail or a visit to a quiet neighborhood park, you two can do it all in this pawpular Redmond area! The Weigand Family Dog Park is always a pawpular spot to visit with pups. This huge fully fenced-in off-leash area has tons of space for your pooch to make new furry friends and enjoy a game of fetch. There’s a separate area for small dogs, and a doggie water fountain, too. Just outside the park, leash your pup and take a walk on the four-mile multiuse Dry Canyon Trail that leads to several other community parks, including Spudbowl City Park and Kiwanis Field. This neighborhood is also home to Stack Park.

Canyon Rim

12
Population Density
1,785 per sq. mi.

Canyon Rim

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Looking for a quiet place to spend some quality time with your furry friend? Head to Redmond’s Canyon Rim neighborhood, about five miles from Terrebonne! There, you’ll find West Canyon Rim City Park situated in a pleasant residential neighborhood. This smaller but beautiful park has lots of lush lawn space to play or hang out with your pup, plus picnic tables and mature trees. West Canyon Rim City Park also has a playground for kiddos, restrooms and a water fountain. If you’re in the mood for a nice, long walk, hop on the park’s connector path to the four-mile Dry Canyon Trail that runs through town!

Glacier Vista

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Population Density
447 per sq. mi.

Glacier Vista

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Check out one of Redmond’s most pawpular parks in the Glacier Vista neighborhood, about six miles from Terrebonne! Sam Johnson Park is a large grassy park with tons of trees and a paved walking trail that connects with the four-mile Dry Canyon Trail that meanders through this woofderful community. There’s lots of room to lay out a blanket and soak up some rays with Fido or find a quiet spot in the shade to relax. Sam Johnson Park also has a huge playground area, a picnic pavilion with barbecue grills, restrooms and water fountains. This neighborhood has quite a few other puptastic parks, including American Legion Park, Kalama City Park, Pollack Memorial Field and Baker City Park!