Dog walking in Edgefield

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How it works

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Flexible scheduling

Select the date and time that best suit your needs. Want a walk ASAP? We’ve got you covered.

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Customized for your pup

Choose between a 20-minute, 30-minute, or 60-minute stroll for your dog.

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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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Jennifer EEdgefield, SC 29824

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Hello, I'm jennifer. I have lived in Augusta, Georgia the majority of my life. I currently work at university hospital monday through Friday 8am to 5pm. I'm looking to make a little extra cash on nights and weekends and I think the best way to do that is by spending time with animals. I have walked and pet sat for my family and for family friends. I previously worked at the Augusta animal shelter in 2016. My duties there were to intake animals and adopt them out, clean, feed, bath,and give proper medication. I look forward to meeting you and your pups

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Pooja MEdgefield, SC 29824

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Hello! My name is Pooja! I am a life-long dog lover and I would love to walk your furry friend. I have a dog of my own, Teddy, and I have grown up with dogs my whole life. I would love the opportunity to meet your pup and get him/her active and happy!

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Fast walker

Caitlyn KEdgefield, SC 29824

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“Give a dog your heart and he will give you his.”

Hi! I'm a college student studying photography. I'm 21 years old, and I've grown up around animals my whole life! I wouldn't be complete without a pet by my side. I'm an experienced dog owner and I spend the majority of my time with her! At parties, you can find me laying on the ground, reminiscing about life with the dog. I love bonding with new pets and meeting great people!

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Can run with dogs, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, Fast walker, Training experience

Lucy DEdgefield, SC 29824

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I've been dog sitting since the third grade, when my mother and I started Lucy's Pet Sitting business. We borrowed my aunt's Vet coats and posted signs all over town. Soon thereafter, we became the neighborhood's most dependable pet sitters, providing care for families when on vacation. I grew up with dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, turtles, fish, and the occasional tarantula. I'm patient and kind with dogs because, just like humans, they take time to warm up. I will always put your pup's safety first, keep them in my sight and entertained for the duration of our hang-out. I can even provide my own treats! I have very open availability right now. I hope you will con-sitter me (ha, get it?) as your next caretaker!

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Courtney WEdgefield, SC 29824

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Hi, I'm Courtney! I've spent my entire life around animals and hopefully will continue to do so. I have a full time job that requires some travel, and with that, I know the importance of having your fur babies taken care of while you're away. I've had an amazing amount of help with keeping my dogs walked and fed while I'm at work and I'd love to have the opportunity to give that peace of mind to someone else.

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Riley WEdgefield, SC 29824

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Hi, I am Riley Wagaman, and my dogs names are Bella and Ollie. Bella is 11 years old and Ollie is about to be 6 years old. I absolutely love them. Currently, I attend Covenant College. I play basketball for this a wonderful school. I am an animal lover. At school, I work on a farm. I loved working around the horses, goats, chickens, and many other animals. However, dogs are my favorite animal of all time. I would love to walk your dog and provide exceptional care to your babies.

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Dawna HEdgefield, SC 29824

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“Got Paws?”

I have been taking care of animals and particularly dogs for as long as I can remember. If you look in my photo albums you'll find hundreds of photos of my dog friends (and kitties too!) I'm one of those people who when arriving to your home, I greet the dog first, the humans second. When I am walking your dog, you can be assured that he or she is in the best hands. I care deeply about every animal that is in my care and give each personalized care as if she or he were my own.

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

Carly BEdgefield, SC 29824

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My name is Carly and I have worked around dogs since I was very young. Ever since I was born I have grown up around many breeds and variations of animals. As of right now I am going back to school for my business/accounting degree so I can one day open up my own doggy daycare/bakery. I have had much experience with animals in the last 2-3 years as a veterinary technician at two different veterinary hospitals and know much about many pets. I would love the chance to spoil your fur baby anytime of the day!

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Dakota CEdgefield, SC 29824

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Hey! My name is Dakota and I live in Martinez! I have had dogs my entire life and just recently adopted a Dachshund puppy who I’ve named Piper! I started dog walking and sitting when I was about 12 years old and have been doing it ever since. I have worked at a vet office for several years and grew up on a barn so I am very experienced with working with all animals. I am so excited to meet and care for your best friend(s)!

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

Daniel PEdgefield, SC 29824

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Hi! I am Daniel. I was born in Toronto, lived most of my life in Lima, Peru, and now I live in Cincinnati. I finished Medical School and I am now applying to an Emergency Medicine Residency Program in USA. I speak English, Spanish, and Portuguese fluently. Besides saving lives, I am super athletic and love dogs! I have owned a Labrador retriever, a Boxer, and a Beagle. I have taken care of Huskies and German Shepherd's in the past and I love to have a good time with them.

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Dog Walking in Edgefield

The seat of Edgefield County in South Carolina, Edgefield has deep historical roots. From its original Cherokee inhabitants, to colonial settlers arriving in the 1750s, to secessionists pushing for a Civil War, this small town has a big story to tell. Your pups might not care about the details, but they’ll be glad to em-bark on some walking tours of this beautiful and interesting community.

Just 30 minutes from Aiken, 40 minutes each from Augusta and Greenwood, and an hour from state capital Columbia, Edgefield is a peaceful hideaway in the middle of everything. You'll find groomers, shopping, and veterinary services in any of those larger towns, but you won’t need to drive far at all to sniff out a good walk. The Lick Fork Lake Recreation Area in the Sumter National Forest is only 8 miles away. Take a two-mile loop around the lake on the Lick Fork Lake Hiking Trail, or venture into the woods on the more rugged Horn Creek Trail.

The mile-long walking track at Edgefield County’s Bettis Academy Park will let your pack earn their treats even closer to home in Trenton. The closest hotspot for off-leash playtime is in North Augusta, about 23 miles from Edgefield. The North Augusta Bark Park is new and lovingly maintained with a beautiful setting in Waterworks Park next to the Butterfly Garden. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Edgefield

Downtown Edgefield

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Population Density
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Downtown Edgefield

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Downtown Edgefield is best explored by foot (and paw, of course). Edgefield’s grassy Courthouse Square sits between the historic courthouse and classic brick storefronts. A gathering place for over 225 years, it’s a furrific spot to stretch your legs and meet your neighbors. Stroll up Main Street’s sidewalks to enjoy the well-kept 19th and early 20th century homes. Then, catch the Ten Governors Rail Trail for a mile-long paved and pretty journey past 10 historical markers featuring biographies of the 10 SC governors hailing from Edgefield. Trailhead parking is on Main Street at Mims, and the trail is smooth — accessible for wheelchairs, strollers, and limited-mobility pups alike.

City Center

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Population Density
1,416 per sq. mi.

City Center

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Aiken, SC, is the nearest retail hub to Edgefield, just 22 miles away and a convenient spot for puppy pampering. You have several options for stocking up on all your BFF’s favorite things, including the locally-owned Downtown Dog on Laurens Avenue, known for friendly service and tasty treats. Grab some treats of your own at one of Aiken’s 29 dog-friendly restaurants, including the large and laid-back patio at Mellow Mushroom on Bee Lane. Pups get a friendly welcome at the Apizza di Napoli’s outdoor tables, too, for a more authentic Italian menu. You can shake off the food-coma on the walking track at Perry Memorial Park, just a few blocks away. 

Whiskey Road/ Berrie Road

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Population Density
1,416 per sq. mi.

Whiskey Road/ Berrie Road

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On the north end of Aiken, the shopping areas give way to beautiful parks. Virginia Acres Park’s scenic nature trails wind through 46 acres on Whiskey Road. You can also challenge your pups to a little competition on the disc golf course. If your pack likes it wild, though, head to the nearby Clark Street entrance of the Hitchcock Woods. Managed by a private foundation, this 1,200-acre wildlife preserve has 70 miles of trails to explore with your on-leash buddies. That includes the pawpular Cathedral Aisle Trail, a converted railway that is closed to bikers but open to joggers, equestrians, and responsible dog walkers (so watch where you step, and be sure to clean up any new messes your pups create). 

Glendale

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Dog Parks
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Population Density
1,490 per sq. mi.

Glendale

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Though 27 miles from Edgefield, Pendleton King Park is a reason to run your errands in bustling downtown Augusta. The park itself is 64 lovely acres with both nature trails and cross-country trails your buddies can sniff out on-leash. The Woodlands Trail loops around Lake Elizabeth, while the Camilla Trail cuts across the park’s north edge. The Pendleton King Bark Park is the main canine attraction, though. Often considered metro-Augusta’s best place for off-leash play, this clean and comfy spot has water and fenced areas for both big and little pooches. The park is home to some pawesome annual events, too, so be sure to see what's happening during your visit. From PKP, it's easy to venture north to explore some of Augusta's historic downtown neighborhoods: good sidewalks start as soon as you cross Wrightsboro Rd.

Baker Creek State Park

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With the Savannah River and massive 71,000-acre Lake Thurmond only 30 miles west of Edgefield, your pups have their pick of a number of lakeside state parks and recreation areas. You can reach Calhoun Falls State Park or the golf-themed Hickory Knob State Resort Park in under an hour. Closest of all, though is Baker Creek State Park. Barkers will love Baker Creek, a 1,300-acre waterfront preserve. The mild one-mile nature trail will delight your short-legged friends, while the rugged 10-mile hiking/biking trail will challenge even your most athletic furbabies. Water dogs will enjoy ample lakeside splashing, and you can take them out for a paddle via the public boat launches. Do note that the park closes seasonally from October to February.