Dog walking in Wakefield

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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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Keating AWakefield, South Kingstown

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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 CWakefield, South Kingstown

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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 SWakefield, South Kingstown

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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

Emily BWakefield, South Kingstown

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I am an absolute animal lover!!! I have had pets my entire life everything from dogs, cats, rabbits, iguanas and horses. In high school, I volunteered summers at my local Humane Society. I am so excited to be able to have the opportunity to get to know your dog and take him/her out for little adventures!!!

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Liz CWakefield, South Kingstown

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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

Robyn KWakefield, South Kingstown

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Hi my name is Robyn I love animals. Getting to walk, sit, and board the pups is so much fun. I really enjoy my repeat pups and meeting new pups. It's great to be outside getting fresh air and playing with the pups.

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Jamie CWakefield, South Kingstown

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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

Ben SWakefield, South Kingstown

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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

Erin DWakefield, South Kingstown

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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

Milia LWakefield, South Kingstown

4.8

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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 Wakefield

Wakefield is a village within the town of South Kingstown on the Saugatucket River. Its main industry is the manufacture of textiles, but it is also known as a retail shopper’s haven in this part of Rhode Island. Many of its buildings are listed on the National Register of Historic Places as well, and visitors flock to these and to the many parks and refuges surrounding Wakefield.

Wakefield is the beneficiary of several areas of dog-friendly walking and water trails associated with the Saugatucket River. One of these is the Riverwalk Trail that is about a half-mile long and begins at Main Street in Wakefield, following the river along a boardwalk to a dam and waterfall. Crossing the river, you can amble up to Saugatucket Park on High Street and along a paved path to Sari’s Sanctuary. The Sanctuary is a covered wooden dock where you can hang out for a bit and enjoy the river flowing gently by. From here, it’s a quick stroll back across the river on a wooden foot bridge to the parking lot.

If your fur-baby should become ill or injured during your time in Wakefield, be aware that there are at least 5 veterinarians and animal hospitals in town, and several others in South Kingstown. They and their staff are ready and able to get Fido up and wagging again in no time!

So take a trip to pawsome Wakefeld today!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Wakefield

Wakefield

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
481 per sq. mi.

Wakefield

48

The South Kingstown Dog Park in Wakefield is a lovely, grassy place to exercise your fur-pup and allow him to meet some other dogs to play with. It is divided into separate areas for large and small dogs, and the area around the gates is supplied with waste bags and surfaced with sand to catch possible excitable leaks and squirts. There are water bowls and toys for those pups who didn’t bring any, and the gates are double-entry for the pooches’ safety. The dog park is nestled next to Abbie Perry Park, which is equipped with playground equipment and athletic fields/ courts for the family. Come on over, and bring Fido for some play and a picnic. It’s pawrrific!

South Kingstown City Center

36
Population Density
204 per sq. mi.

South Kingstown City Center

36

This neighborhood is home to the dog-friendly Tuckertown Park, a large community park that features athletic facilities and a playground along with a picnic shelter equipped with a grill and tables. Located adjacent to Tucker Pond, the park also provides access to fishing and water sports. But best of all, in Fido’s opinion, is the nature trail. This easy, 1-mile trail is perfect for a gentle stroll to view the beautiful rhododendron planted alongside the mulched path, and watch the many birds flit from bush to tree and back. Wooded swampland makes up part of the trail and in spring is populated by peepers, followed by frogs in the summer. The pond comes into view as you near the picnic shelter. This is a quiet, pleasant respite for whatever your day has handed you, so enjoy this woofderful walk!

Peace Dale

24
Population Density
1,776 per sq. mi.

Peace Dale

24

The Peace Dale neighborhood in South Kingstown is the place to go with your furry friend if you’re looking for some casual dining and craft beers. This is where you’ll find Whaler’s Brewing Company, a locally owned brewery. Whaler’s doesn’t serve food because they’re totally passionate about beer, but they encourage BYOF (Bring Your Own Food) and /or food to be delivered to the brewery from any number of nearby restaurants whose fare will complement their brew. Your fur-buddy is welcome to join you in the taproom on a leash. Share your food with him, but not your beer! Furrific!

Davisville/ Kiefer Park

12
Population Density
731 per sq. mi.

Davisville/ Kiefer Park

12

This neighborhood in North Kingstown features the Compass Rose Beach, a dog-friendly piece of seaside where your fur-pup can join you on leash. This small, secluded beach allows dogs year-round and at any time of day. It offers free parking, and there is a picnic area if you don’t want to eat your sandwich with a side of sand. It’s surrounded by grassy dunes which are good places to take a stroll with Fido after lunch, and the sand is clean and plentiful with no rocks! The beach is near Quonsett Point Naval Air Station, so you will also be treated to some landings and take-offs from time to time to make your beach experience a little more interesting. Woof!

Hamilton/ Saunderstown

0
Population Density
366 per sq. mi.

Hamilton/ Saunderstown

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This neighborhood in North Kingstown is home to the leashed-dog-friendly John H Chafee Nature Preserve, which features an easy, looped trail of about 3 miles that will please you and your fur-buddy. The terminus is at Rome Point, where you will likely see seals between October and May. To get there from the beach part of the trail, you’ll pass through a cedar grove that affords water views, and the return loop passes through marshlands and an old farm. In some places the path is narrow with bushes close by on either side, so be sure to take the flea and tick spray! This is a lovely gem of a walk without much effort, so bring your buddy for a couple hours of pawsome walking and wildlife-watching!