Dog walking in New Castle

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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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Chelsea FNew Castle, PA

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“Veterinary Technician ready to help you”

I’ll have over 13 years experience with animals. Bachelor’s degree in veterinary medicine. I work as a veterinary nurse and rehabilitation assistant at an animal hospital.

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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

Jaclyn JNew Castle, PA

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“Walks to get your dog Waggin!”

Hi! I love meeting new pups, enjoy the outdoors, and want to give dogs a chance to exercise while their owners are away! I’ve been surrounded by dogs and cats my whole life. I enjoy caring for friends and family’s dogs while they’re away, including a German Shepard and Golden Doodles, for a week at a time. I’ve never met a pup I didn't get along with! I promise to take the best care of your dogs and keep them safe during walks. Thanks for your consideration!

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Molly ENew Castle, PA

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Hi, I'm Molly! I am a dog lover from Pittsburgh, PA. My responsibility, energy, and reliability make me a great choice for your pup, and I am committed to giving them their best walk. I grew up with two Shetland Sheepdogs and am comfortable with both large and small dogs. I look forward to meeting your furry friend!

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Can run with dogs, Fast walker

Jocelyn ONew Castle, PA

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“Responsible pet care for your peace of mind!”

I began pet-sitting off and on while I was in grade school and have continued to care for dogs, cats, and horses as a sitter on a regular basis. I've had large and small dog breeds my entire life, along with goats and horses. Many of my clients have pets with anxiety and oral medication requirements and I also have experience with dogs that exhibit a fear of storms, destructive behaviors, and even a fear of other dogs. I am privately insured with Pet Care Insurance and carry a first-aid kit.

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Dog first aid and/or CPR, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Cassie VNew Castle, PA

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My name is Cassie and I’m currently a film/tv student at NYU Tisch. I have 3 dogs at home currently (2 daschunds and one chihuahua mix) and I have also previously had a golden retriever/beagle mix. I have experience pet sitting for both friends and family as well as volunteering for shelters. My favorite thing to do with dogs is walk through the park and play, so if your dog knows fetch I’d love to play!

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

Becky YNew Castle, PA

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Hi I'm Becky! I‘m a PT student, an athletic trainer, and am a marathon runner. I would love to have your dog be apart of my day and make them happy. I've had dogs in my life since I was 3 and they bring me so much joy. I can't wait to meet your fur-baby!

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Special needs dog care, Fast walker

Dog Walking in New Castle

New Castle is canine central! Dogs love to spend their time outdoors or at lunch with you, and New Castle loves that they love it. From great parks to hotels and camping, New Castle has it all. They even have nine veterinary clinics, including an animal hospital! 

Looking for an easy walk in New Castle? The Alpha Pass Trail is a mile long out and back trail (so two miles round trip). It provides a great view of a local waterfall! If you want something flatter, try the Stavich Bike Trail. This paved, mostly flat trail is 14.9 miles long, so be sure to turn back whenever you'd like to be halfway done with your walk! The ease of use makes this a popular path. Both paths are dog-friendly so long as you keep your pet on leash! 

Try Comfort Inn New Castle for dog-friendly hotel accommodations. If you'd like to spend more time outdoors, skip the hotel and try Rose Point Park Campground instead. For a small pet fee, you can sleep under the stars with your pet! 

New Castle is a great town for a dog-friendly vacation or full time living! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in New Castle

Downtown New Castle

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Population Density
487 per sq. mi.

Downtown New Castle

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Kennedy Square is a small memorial in Downtown New Castle. There’s some green grass and a couple of benches, but the main draw are the beautiful statues. The memorial is dedicated to the town's veterans who didn’t make it home. It’s a great place to view local New Castle culture. If you’re looking for something a little bigger, Dean Park is the destination of choice. This park’s main draw is a large baseball field and stands. If you’re not interesting in taking your dog to a little league game, just leash up to walk the perimeter. There’s a grassy strip and room to walk at Dean Park!

South New Castle

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Population Density
487 per sq. mi.

South New Castle

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Cunningham Park in New Castle’s South New Castle neighborhood is a testament to local interests. The leading one is baseball! The majority of this park centers around the baseball diamond, but there is room to walk your dog. If you want a little more space to spread out, choose Cascade Park. This park used to be an amusement park, and is now a nature park open to the public. It has extensive walking paths through wooded areas and open fields. Though the attractions are closed, it does have a small playground! Your dog should be leashed in either of these South New Castle parks.

Westview Heights

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487 per sq. mi.

Westview Heights

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Scotland Meadows is a huge park that focuses on green space above all! While there is a small picnic area and a playground, most of the park is open grass. This is great for letting an energetic dog drag you around, exploring every nook and crannny! This park is popular for social events, so look ahead if you’re thinking of visiting on the weekend. Dogs are allowed at public functions, but shy pups may not enjoy the crowds! There’s also a duck pond on the grounds, so it’s important to keep your dog on leash. This attraction is off limits for wading and swimming.

New Castle Northwest

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487 per sq. mi.

New Castle Northwest

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Gunton Park is a small park in the residential neighborhood of New Castle Northwest. This park is one big baseball diamond and a strip of land surrounding it. While it’s light on other amenities, it makes up for it with it’s convenient location. It’s close to freeways and the only park in this neighborhood! As such, you can expect it to be busy. The baseball diamond is used for pickup and league games regularly. Walkers and joggers do laps of the field. You and your leashed dog are welcome to join them! Bring your own water and a bowl to split it.

Oakwood

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Oakwood

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West Park Nature Trails in the Oakwood neighborhood of New Castle is a collection of walking, hiking, and cycling paths. These trails are all dog friendly, so leash up your best friend and prepare to get your daily steps in! Each trail has a difficulty level from easy to difficult. Easy paths are shorter and flatter, and difficult paths are a real workout! Bring your own water and a doggie bowl to share as you explore these trails. They’re all natural, which is great for seeing how beautiful New Castle is, but hard if you’re counting on stopping for snacks along the way!