Dog walking in Providence

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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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My name is Cheryl and I love dogs more than anything in the world. I have been a professional dog walker for about 7 nears now. I have worked for professional pet services and I also have had my own business as well. I have experience in working at local animal shelters as well. I have a very flexible schedule now and look forward to getting to know you and your dog!

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

Hi! Kristine here! I am a self professed dog person. I currently get to love on my two amazing children in their 20's and 3 amazing dogs! I have had a life full of puppy love and doggy kisses! I've been lucky enough to be the human companion to Bear, Barney,Ginger, Tanner, Lexi, Cobaka and Soukie and Titan! I've learned so much from each of them about love, friendship, patience and devotion. I am looking forward to the many wonders your pup will teach me!

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Dog Walking in Providence

Dog Walking Fun Fact #1:

Dogs love to play, but roughhousing with their peers is more than just fun. Like their wild ancestors, dogs learn how to behave through interactions with other canines, and can build confidence with each new experience. Regular walks in your neighborhood, or to a Providence dog park, are puptastic opportunities to meet new playmates.

Dog Walking Fun Fact #2:

Getting enough physical activity can help both you and your dog reduce your risk of obesity, diabetes, and heart disease, conditions which can shorten active years. Daily walks are a fun way to get the exercise you both need while spending time together. Change it up with a trek on the Woonasquatucket River Greenway Bike Path along the river and through parks in southern Providence.

Dog Walking Fun Fact #3:

Even good dogs can be bad if they don’t get enough physical and mental exercise. If the boredom blues has your dog chewing up the rugs, it’s time to up the excitement in their life. Take your dog for walks where they can work out their muscles and their minds while exploring their environment. Courageous pups may even enjoy a dog-friendly ghost tour through historic College Hill.

Average Cost of Dog Walking in Providence

When you want to keep your dog moving in Prov when you are away, you may be considering hiring a dog walker. Dog walking rates for short 15-minute potty breaks cost around $15, while longer 30-minute walks could be as much as $25. Many services operate primarily during business hours on weekdays, so you could be looking at additional fees for late night or weekend walks. And if you need a last-minute walk, there could be yet another added cost.

Find local dog walkers to take your pup for a pawsome walk when they need it most with Wag!. On average, a 20-minute stroll is about $15, a 30-minute meander around $20, and a 60-minute adventure can be just $30 from morning till night, every day of the week. With on-demand, your dog can even enjoy same day walks without extra fees too. And if your pup never gets tired, you can save 15% when you book multiple walks in advance.

Thoroughly vetted and insured dog walkers with Wag! know that your canine pal’s safety comes first. You can always follow along every step your dog takes with real time GPS tracking through the Wag! app. And with a report card at the end of each walk, you’ll also know just how much fun they had!

Dog Parks in Providence

Whether you live in Providence, or are just passing through, there’s plenty to see in this historic capital city. Cruise Downtown for pawsome dog-friendly restaurants to get some fuel in your tanks before starting your trek. Then head west down Atwell Avenue to the Federal Hill neighborhood, marked by a hanging bronze Pine Cone near Bradford Street. Prov’s “Little Italy” is known for its culinary delights, but your pup is sure to want to visit Franciscan Park. Once the site of a convent, this park has been turned into a fully fenced-in pupperdise, with lots of space for dogs of all sizes to mix and mingle. Also called the Bell Street Dog Park, your pup can romp with friends in the open areas, or hit the dirt path to explore old stone walls and lots of different terrain.

For another off-leash adventure, the Wayland neighborhood on the eastern border of Providence along the Seekonk River is home to the expansive Waterman Street Dog Park! As the biggest dog park in Rhode Island, Waterman Street features 2.5-acres of fenced-in wooded and open space for dogs to explore. With a small dog area, wooded paths, water and clean-up bags, this pupular space is truly an oasis for outdoor adventure!

With a shortage of dog parks inside the city of Providence, residents also have some off-leash options in surrounding areas. In adjacent Pawtucket, a more traditional dog park experience awaits at the Pawtucket Dog Park. With big and small dog sections, an agility course, water and some shade, this fenced-in pup hotspot is sure to tire your dog out. If they still have some pep in their step, hike an on-leash trail in the surrounding Slater Memorial Park.

Just south of Providence in Barrington, the Barrington Dog Park offers a fully fenced-in space inside the Haines Memorial State Park for dogs to ditch the leash and run free. This bare-bones park offers one large space for pups of all sizes to play together, with clean-up bags on site.

While each park has its own list of rules, there are some that apply to all. Always keep your dog leashed when entering or exiting any dog park, and be sure to pick up anything your dog leaves behind.

Dog Walking in Providence with Wag!

When you are away, your dog can still play in The Renaissance City with Wag!

Booking a walk with Wag! is easy! Simply download the Wag! app, select a date and time, and then choose the best length of walk for your pup. Whether one-time walks just when your dog needs them, recurring walks to satisfy the active furball in your life, or on-demand for walks in the same day, your dog is sure to love their adventure. And with GPS tracking, and texts and pictures from your walker, you can share in all the excitement.

High energy Providence favorites, like Labrador Retrievers and Pit Bulls, can really get moving on lots of 60-minute treks. If your lazy Bulldog needs some exercise, a 30-minute meander around the neighborhood is the pawfect way to get ready for another nap. Dog walkers with Wag! know how to treat your Shih Tzu like royalty with a 20-minute spin on your block. And if your older Chihuahua just needs some company, Wag! can Drop-In at home to keep that little tail wagging too.

Treat your dog to an adventure by booking a dog walk with Wag! today!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Providence

Federal Hill

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Population Density
13,130 per sq. mi.

Federal Hill

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The Federal Hill neighborhood in Providence is a historic charm. This Rhode Island neighborhood has so much to see and do. Plus, there’s plenty of great things for your pup to sniff! While you and your pup are in Federal Hill, be sure to check out Dexter Dog Park at Dexter Training Grounds. In addition to the 9 acres the Dexter Training Grounds offers, your dog can also enjoy off-leash fun at the dog park! Once you work off some calories at the dog park, gain them right back by visiting Julian’s, a local restaurant that leaves dog owners and their dogs howling. Their outdoor seating is dog-friendly, plus their menu is filled with delicious and diverse choices!

Fox Point

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
10,710 per sq. mi.

Fox Point

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Fox Point is a great family and dog-friendly neighborhood in Providence. You and your pooch will love the scenery of the Seekonk and Providence rivers. Does your pup need to run off a little energy and mingle with other pups? Then you will love the local Gano Street Dog Park. This fenced-in dog park is great for off-leash fun. You can also visit the popular Duck and Bunny restaurant for a bite to eat with your pup. The Duck and Bunny offers a great atmosphere with outdoor seating that is dog-friendly. They also have great crepes for you to enjoy. If crepes aren’t your thing, swing by another dog-friendly option, Coffee Exchange.

Wayland

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Population Density
8,870 per sq. mi.

Wayland

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The dog-friendly Wayland neighborhood in Providence is where to go if you are looking for a cozy place that feels like home. This Providence neighborhood won’t just make you feel at home, though,  Wayland also features a scenic view of the Seekonk River. But, of course the best thing about this neighborhood is that it is pawsitively dog-friendly! With all of the scenic trails this Providence neighborhood has to offer, your dog will always have something to do, see, and sniff! There are many great local retailers and restaurants in Wayland. One popular dog-friendly choice is Books on the Square, a  pawsome place for you and your pooch to sit and read a book or two.

College Hill

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Population Density
12,560 per sq. mi.

College Hill

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College Hill is a historic, dog-friendly neighborhood in Providence. Dogs are even welcomed on the popular Providence Ghost Tours. Leashed dogs, that is. The ghost tour is totally worth it. You and your pup will have the chance to go through time and discover the history and haunted tales behind Providence. College Hill is also close to the popular chain pet store, PetCo. Your pup deserves a little shopping after the spooky ghost tour! If you’re not into shopping, grab a bite to eat at College Hill’s popular restaurant, Flatbread Company. Flatbread Company offers dog-friendly outdoor seating and amazing wood-fired pizza!

Downtown Providence

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Population Density
9,390 per sq. mi.

Downtown Providence

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Downtown Providence is a great dog-friendly area to visit. In fact, the Downtown area is host of the annual Canine Pet Expo and AKC Dog Show. Are you looking for pawsitive training for your pooch? Then checking out Tremendous Training in Downtown Providence in a must. This area is also great for the dog who is a total foodie. There are SO many dog-friendly dining options in Downtown Providence! One local, go-to place for dog-friendly dining is Luxe Burger Bar. There’s a dog-friendly menu at Luxe. You can even build your own burger! If you’re looking for a friendly tail wag in Providence -- definitely visit Downtown.

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