Dog walking in Newtown

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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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Chantal RNewtown, PA 18940

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I have owned and cared for dogs for the past 22 years. I am a certified vet tech working as an ICU nurse at a large veterinary hospital. I can recognize medical emergencies and administer prescribed medications. I have previous experience boarding dogs of all ages and sizes in my home and look forward to meeting new dogs and their owners as a WAG! dog walker.

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Teresa BNewtown, PA 18940

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“I'm there for your dog as if he/she were my own!”

I've loved dogs my entire life. I strive to be a good dog person, meaning I try to assist friends in training and gladly help out when needed. I have not met a dog I didn't like and vice versa. I have always had dogs of my own and made sure they were trained and socialized.

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Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, Dogs who pull, Puppy care

Tricia HNewtown, PA 18940

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“I walk the walk.”

Look no further. I’m the person you want walking your dog because your dog is my #1 priority. I’m patient, kind, reliable, and energetic and will always give 110% when walking/interacting with your dog. No dog is too small/large for me to walk. Whether a nice leisurely stroll or walk/run with your dog, I do what is necessary to make sure your dog’s walk is fun and mentally stimulating. So, the next time your dog needs to be walked, please schedule their walk with me. Your dog will thank you.

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

Hind WNewtown, PA 18940

4.9

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“Here to make your pup happy!”

Hello. My name is Hind and I decided to become a dog walker because I love dogs. I enjoy walking dogs and have volunteered at PAWS, an animal shelter, where I walked dogs of all different sizes and breeds. Along with dog walking, I am also open to dog sitting as well. I assure you that your dog will be in good hands. Looking forward to meeting and getting to know your best friend. Thank you!

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Kristen ANewtown, PA 18940

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Hi, I'm Kristen! I have always been a dog lover! I have been a volunteer at two animal shelters where I have walked dogs. I am currently finishing up my last couple years of college online. My own dog loves his walks with me and I'm sure yours will too! I can't wait to meet them!

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Kathleen JNewtown, PA 18940

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I’m Kathleen Jimenez (Kathy for short), I reside in Princeton. I’ve always been a animal lover, I had a beagle, Pixie, as a part of my family for 14 years. We loved her so much, along with our cat Tito and Peter! We currently have two dogs, Kona and Kala. I have volunteered at SAVE, A Friend To Homeless Animals walking dogs. I’m always compassionate and gentle with animals, I would love to walk your dog!

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

Lindsey PNewtown, PA 18940

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I am dog loving student located in the Philadelphia area. I have a 15 year old miniature dachshund and I’ve previously volunteered with an animal shelter, working with large and small dogs. I look forward to meeting many new pups.

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Katie HNewtown, PA 18940

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“Friendly and trustworthy pet care provider!”

Hi, My name is Katie! I am a huge dog person, and have been around dogs for as long as I can remember. I have been dog sitting and walking for family friends for many years now. Mainly, I am a portrait and real estate photographer, but I'm always searching to make new furry friends! I love going on walks with my dog, and look forward to walking yours as well!

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Katie HNewtown, PA 18940

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Hi! My name is Katie and I am a college graduate working as as Case Worker and Wag! Walker. I have several years experience working with both dogs and cats and have two pitbulls of my own. In the past I have helped train and walk dogs at my local shelter. I am also Pet CPR and first aid certified. I have experience working with all breeds, sizes, and temperaments and have also worked with fearful and reactive dogs.

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William CNewtown, PA 18940

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My name is William. I enjoy the company of all dogs. I find more enjoyment in the dog's health and the joy they can get with a good walk,and their time outdoors. It's as important as anything. So, let's get this started.

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Dog Walking in Newtown

Newtown is a small borough in Bucks County. Not to be confused with the surrounding Newtown Township, this small community was founded by William Penn in 1684 as a country retreat for city dwellers. Today, this quaint village is just minutes away from pawsome parks and trails. Although there aren’t any veterinary clinics in Newtown, there are three in the surrounding Newtown Township, so canine care is just a bone’s throw away.

If you’re in the mood for some pizza, pack up your pooch and head over to Jules Thin Crust. Order some organic thin crust pizza and chill out on the patio seating with your pup. She’ll even get her own bowl of water. For some delicious pub grub, try Black Horse Tavern. Chow down on Pulled Beef Sliders, Buffalo Shrimp, or a thick juicy burger. Wash your meal down with one of the 24 beers on tap. There are only five outdoor dog friendly tables and this is a pretty pup-ular place, so grab patio seat as soon as arrive.

After dinner, take your pup for a stroll down State Street. As you walk past all the shops and boutiques, you’ll get a taste of the borough’s charm. No doubt about it, your pup will love Newtown!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Newtown

Eagle Rd/ Swamp Rd

48
Population Density
584 per sq. mi.

Eagle Rd/ Swamp Rd

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If your pup is up for some action, pack some water, snacks, and a leash, and head over to the Tyler State Park. Located in Newtown Township, this beautiful park has 25 miles of trails for exploring. Many of the trails are paved walkways also used by cyclists. But there are some hiking trails that delve into meadows and forests. Since the Haybarn Grass Trail clocks in at four miles, it’s a good option for dogs with loads of energy. For some pupperific waterfront scenery, follow the 2.5 mile Neshimany Creek Trail. If your pal needs a break, find a quiet spot on the banks of the creek, sit back, and enjoy the view. 

Edgeboro

36
Population Density
1,729 per sq. mi.

Edgeboro

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Next time your pooch needs a walk, pay a visit to Newtown Township’s Robert Ridge Park. Sprawling over 20 acres, it has plenty of room for some fun in the sun. A playground, benches, and picnic facilities are available. Bring a ball for a game of fetch, or let your furry friend just sniff his way around the massive lawn. If he’s got pent up energy, take a couple laps around the park’s perimeter. You can also hop on the Newtown Trail and follow it through Newtown Borough and over to Tyler State Park. This is about a 3.5 mile walk, so your pup will definitely get a good workout. 

Terry Dr/ Pheasant Run

24
Population Density
2,117 per sq. mi.

Terry Dr/ Pheasant Run

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Looking for a puptastic place to walk your dog? Head over to Silver Lake Park in Newtown Township. Your pal can trot around the acres of green grass, or search for the perfect stick in the groves of trees. Bring a blanket and a picnic and stay for the afternoon. Or for a change of scenery, pop over to the Carl Sedia Park. It may be small, but this park has some pawsome features. Your pooch can check out the gazebo or take a leisurely stroll through the beautiful grounds. It connects with Chandler Fields, the local baseball hub, where you can access the Newtown Trail.

Langhorne Newtown Rd/ Bridgetown Pike

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,419 per sq. mi.

Langhorne Newtown Rd/ Bridgetown Pike

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Is your dog bursting with energy? Then it’s time for a trip to Bucks County Off Leash Dog Park. This pawsome park is located inside Core Creek Park in the nearby town of Langhorne. Your pal can ditch his leash and let loose in this fenced in park. Cozy up on one of the benches and watch him dart and dash around the grassy area. He’ll also love the opportunity to mix and mingle with new four legged friends. Large and small dogs each have their own area to play. You must register with the Department of Parks and Recreation to obtain an access card before using the park. 

Ivyland

0
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,947 per sq. mi.

Ivyland

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The Bark Park at Warminster Park is just a quick 20 minute drive west of Newtown. Nestled in Warminster Township, this fenced in area is a puptastic spot to let your pup run around sans leash. She’ll feel free and wild as she runs around to her heart’s content. Since the wide open grassy fields are a favorite place for local canines, she’ll have plenty of friends to play with. Water and benches are available. Please note that pet parents must register with the Parks and Recreation office in order to receive a Bark Pass. Be sure to register today- your pooch doesn’t want to miss out on all the furrific fun!