Dog walking in Little Compton

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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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Keating ALittle Compton, RI

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I have a ton of experience with big and Small dogs from all different backgrounds. My patience is endless with animals and my number one priority for your pet is their safety and comfort.

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Hannah CLittle Compton, RI

5.0

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Hi I’m Hannah! I’ve lived with dogs my whole life and consider them a big part of my family. I’ve cared for small and large dogs alike, from tiny pugs to large labs with great experiences all around. I’m excited to meet your dogs and give them the best care possible!

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Can run with dogs, Fast walker

Zach SLittle Compton, RI

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I’ve loved dogs ever since I was born. I’ll run, play, and care for your dog like they are my own. I have had two golden retrievers and a black lab. Each dog is different in their own way and will show them the love and compassion they deserve. I have volunteered at animal shelters and rescue facilities over the years. One day I want to own my own rescue and rehabilitation center for animals.

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Dog first aid and/or CPR, 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

Liz CLittle Compton, RI

4.9

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Hi I'm Liz! I grew up in the Boston area. I grew up with dogs and began dog sitting as a teenager for friends and family. I recently adopted my own puppy and became a Wag customer and now a walker! Can't wait to meet your dog!

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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

Stephanie ALittle Compton, RI

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Hello my name is Stephanie. I am 26 years old and I have a B.S. in Marine Biology. I am currently working as a Vet Tech and prior to this, I worked at a cat kennel. I am aware that this site is mostly meant for the care of dogs, which I am confident in, but I can also do check-ins on exotics. I am responsible and hardworking. As a vet tech, I am comfortable administering all types of medications/treatments.

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

Jamie CLittle Compton, RI

4.9

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Hi there! My name's Jamie, and I'm an animal lover living in Narragansett. I have a full time job in the veterans mental health field, and spend all of my time off caring for or training dogs, horses, and other animals. I have many years of experience training, dog walking, pet sitting, and volunteering/working at animal shelters and farms. I've haven't yet found a dog I don't get along with, and I treat every animal as though they are my own!

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Can run with dogs, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Emelie PLittle Compton, RI

4.9

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Hi there! I am a lover of animals and I enjoy taking care of not only my own pet (currently living with mom), but also the pets of other animal lovers as well. Since childhood I have been a pet owner and have expansive experience in pet sitting and dog walking. I volunteered at a homeopathic pet boutique for a few years, so I gained experience and learned a lot about the health and care of animals. I very much enjoy being with these great companions and I would love to spend time with yours!

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Erin DLittle Compton, RI

4.9

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Hi, my name is Erin. I am a young professional looking to make some extra money. I love all animals. I have a catahoula mix named Elroy who i rescued. I would love the opportunity to meet your dog too!

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Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care

Ben SLittle Compton, RI

4.9

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Hey I'm Ben, I'm a travelling illustrator living with my Bernese Mountain Dog. I'd love to meet your pups and I'm willing to work with any of your specific needs. I'm ready for any dog any size and if you have more than one that's cool too I can walk them together. I have done thr, "rush home on break to take care of the baby," thing before and it sucks so give me a shout so you can do your thing. I can be around for regular scheduled walks or if you just need a one off.

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Can run with dogs, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Milia LLittle Compton, RI

4.8

(37)

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Hello! My name is Milia. I have been dog walking/sitting for 5 years for friends and family, and recently started volunteering at ARRI. My experiences range from animals of all sizes, and energies, and I have a deep understanding of how to respect them all uniquely. I am committed to provide services that not only complete my task, but also leave your pets feeling happy and fulfilled the way that you would!

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Dog Walking in Little Compton

The town of Little Compton is located in Newport County near the Sakonnet River. This historic coastal community is within a 20-mile drive of several outdoor recreational facilities and trails. There is a veterinarian located in the East Bay area when you need to seek professional attention for your pup.

Go exploring with your furry friend in Sapowet Marsh along the northern border of Little Compton. This delightful wetland is adjacent to Sawpowet Point. Walk through the reeds or head to the beach for a picnic by the water here. Dogs are welcome and must be on leash between March 1 and August 15.

When you want to go on a hike with your four-footed friend, head to the Pardon Gray Preserve. There's a trailhead parking area off Main Road in Tiverton, just seven miles north of Little Compton. Dogs are permitted to join you as long as they're on a leash or under your voice control. Make sure to stay on the marked trails and clean up any messes.

Take your pup to Fogland Beach during the off-season. Dogs on a leash are welcome to visit this black stone beach with you between Labor Day and Memorial Day.  Here, you and your pal can walk along the water or explore the nature trails in the conservation area.

Little Compton and the surrounding areas offer a variety of outdoor experiences that dogs and their owners can enjoy together.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Little Compton

Little Compton

48
Population Density
88 per sq. mi.

Little Compton

48

Little Compton is a rural neighborhood with quiet country roads. You and Fido can enjoy long walks past fields and woods here. There are some pupful natural areas in this community. Take your four-footed friend exploring in Wilbour Woods located off Swamp Road. This natural preserve features a 1.2-mile loop that follows Dundery Brook. Enjoy a peaceful walk through the woods and past the pond with your special pal. Dogs are allowed to join you in this area as long as they're on a leash and under your control. Make sure you bring along some water and waste bags to clean up after your pup.

Pottersville

36
Population Density
114 per sq. mi.

Pottersville

36

The rural neighborhood of Pottersville is on the Massachusetts/Rhode Island border near Quicksand Pond. This community includes farms, some private residences, forest area, and a restaurant. If you're looking for a pawtastic place to go hiking with your pooch, head to Simmons Mill Pond Wildlife Management Area. There's a grassy pathway that leads to Cold Brook and Mill Pond. Take the farmsite loop for a  4.5-mile trek. Dogs are allowed to accompany you on your hike, provided that you keep them on a leash. Remember to bring along some water and waste bags to pick up after your pup.

Adamsville

24
Population Density
168 per sq. mi.

Adamsville

24

Adamsville is a small neighborhood located just north of Pottersville. There are some private residences, an orchard, and a few local businesses here. You and Fido will have plenty of space to go walking down wooded country lanes in this area. When you want to explore, head about three miles northwest on Route 179 to the Weetamoo Woods Trailhead parking area. This 750-acre nature preserve has over seven miles of trails. You can bring your furry friend with you to hike in this area as long as he's on a leash or under your control. Make sure to stay on the marked trails and clean up any droppings.

Sakonnet Harbor

12
Population Density
903 per sq. mi.

Sakonnet Harbor

12

In the oceanside neighborhood of Sakonnet Harbor, you and Fido can go for a walk through town or head out to the point for stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean. Take your pup for a hike along Sakonnet Point, located at the southernmost tip of Rhode Island. There are some natural surface trails and a quiet beach area here. Dogs are permitted on a leash provided that you clean up after them. Make sure you bring some water for you and your pal. You can also bring your boat and get out on the water with your pooch at the Sakonnet Harbor Put In area on Sakonnet Point Road.

S Shore Road

0
Population Density
121 per sq. mi.

S Shore Road

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In the neighborhood around S Shore Road, you and Fido will find quiet residential streets located near Tunipus Pond and South Shore Beach. This is a wonderful area to go for a walk down country roads with your pup. Although dogs are not permitted on South Shore Beach, there's a nearby waterfront area that allows canine pals in the off-season. Between the months of October and March, take a short 12-mile drive to the Horseneck Beach State Reservation in Massachusetts. Dogs on a leash can hike along the water with you here. Bring along waste bags and water when you come.