Dog walking in Isle of Palms

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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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Samantha GIsle of Palms, SC

5.0

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“Keeping your pets safe and happy are my goals!”

I recently moved to South Carolina from Southern California. I have grown up with and been around dogs of all sizes and temperaments. I own two dogs myself, one is a senior and both are rescues. My younger dog is very strong so I can work with dogs who may pull. I love being outside and meeting new dogs and learning about all their little unique quirks and talents. I also enjoy catching your dogs best angles and funny faces in photos!

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

Tyler MIsle of Palms, SC

4.9

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“Bring on the fur babies”

Hello my name is Tyler! I’m a student at the College of Charleston studying Sociology and I love animals. Looking to enjoy the fresh air alongside some four legged pals and make a little extra money! I have a pet Dalmatian and I can assure you I will treat your dog with all the love and care I would give my own!

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, High energy dogs, Training experience, Puppy care, Fast walker

Holly BIsle of Palms, SC

4.9

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Hello. My name is Holly and I am happy for the opportunity to walk your dog, give them the care and exercise they need and give you the reassurance that your dog is being well cared for. I have a 17 year-old Westie and I know the importance of finding qualified and reliable caretakers. I've retired after 20 years of teaching students with special needs and now I am looking forward to spending my days outside in this beautiful part of South Carolina walking your dog and providing excellent care.

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Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care

Michael GIsle of Palms, SC

4.9

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I am a huge dog lover and have a huge passion for dogs. I treat dogs as people or u can say better than people. I give them the love and respect they deserve. Pet Sitting I would prefer meet and greet no exception more comfortable with doing that.

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Marlee LIsle of Palms, SC

4.9

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“Stronger than I look”

Helping animals has always been an important value and passion of mine. Whether it’s volunteering at the animal shelter, donating food and toys or fostering a dog in search of a forever home, I always look for opportunities to help however I can. Every dog is unique and special and I love getting to know their personalities and building a bond with them. I hope to meet your best friend soon!

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

Shannon LIsle of Palms, SC

4.9

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“Loving care, when you’re not there!”

Hi! My name is Shannon and I love to care for dogs. I am comfortable with any sized dog, just no aggressive dogs please. I have experience working at a doggie daycare for about a year. I also have a pup of my own, his name is Bailey. I would love to meet your dog and get to know their adorable personalities!

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

Amy PIsle of Palms, SC

4.9

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“Dogs best friend”

I have been around dogs my entire life and have a great ability to interact with them. I think it is my fun, active and easy going personality that helps gain trust of dogs. Plus I love to be outside and moving making long walks as enjoyable to me as they are to furry friends.

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Dogs who pull

Patrick SIsle of Palms, SC

4.9

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My name is Patrick and I recently relocated with our 2 Morkies to Charleston from New York City. I grew up with 3 different dogs until I left for college and have now had Granger and Nola for 8 & 6 years, respectively. These puppies are worth 1000 smiles a day and I look forward to meeting and caring for your dog, too.

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Rachel BIsle of Palms, SC

4.9

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“entrepreneur, freelance writer, gardener”

Hello! My name is Rachel, and I love all animals. I'm reliable and will make sure to take excellent care of your pups. I have one dog myself and grew up with over 15 pets...they mean the world to me as I know they do for you! I'm happy to be of service for you and your fur family.

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Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Tina MIsle of Palms, SC

4.8

(192)

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Hi, I'm Tina and I love dogs and cats. I have had many pets growing up and as an adult. I am very comfortable with all aspects of taking care of pets. I have walked, groomed, fed, and trained many pets, and have pet sat another owner's rescue. I think of pets as family members and you can count on me to take care of yours.

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Dog Walking in Isle of Palms

You will find the Isle of Palms nestled away on a barrier island on the coast of South Carolina. This small city in Charleston County is full of charm, and has beautiful beaches to make the most of in the warmer months. You will only find one veterinary clinic on the Isle of Palms, but there are several animal hospitals not far away in Mount Pleasant.

Since the Isle of Palms is a vacation resort, there are a lot of Airbnb homes and hotels that are available to rent with your pup. For example, there is a four bedroom vacation home available at the Wild Dunes Resort. This will provide you with a comfort base for your travels around the Isle of Palms, where your family and furry friend can join you. It boasts beautiful views of the beach and you can also enjoy all of the Wild Dunes Resort amenities too. What could be better?

Dogs are welcome at the Isle of Palms County Park for an adventure. There is sniff-tastic grass to explore, as well as a boardwalk at the beach. In addition, there are picnic tables to make the most of the good weather. Dogs are allowed onto the sand for some fun, as long as they remain on leash. Now you can enjoy a beach day with all the family!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Isle of Palms

South of Connector

48
Population Density
1,604 per sq. mi.

South of Connector

48

If your pup likes the sand and sea, they will love the Isle of Palm Beaches. All dogs are welcome on the beach, as long as they remain on their leash and it is at designated times of the day. This is definitely worth checking before visiting. Your pup can have a ball and dig around in the sand, as well as play fetch with his favorite toys. If he is feeling adventurous, your pup can even go for a swim! After a day out, the Long Island Café is a pawsome place to stop to relax. It has a varied menu with someone to suit everyone, as well as a bar style high table where your furry friend can join you outside. 

Isle of Palms

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
3,449 per sq. mi.

Isle of Palms

36

When your pup has been a good boy or girl, you’ve got to treat them to a trip to Bark Park Dog Park. This is the best place on the Isle of Palms to let your dog have fun off-leash, with fenced runs where they can roam and wander freely. There is also the chance to socialize and make some new furry friends here; what a pawsome afternoon! If you are feeling hungry, you can head over to Morgan Creek Grill. This place has a delicious menu and beautiful views. What’s more, your pup can join you out on the upper deck!

Founders Way

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,432 per sq. mi.

Founders Way

24

If you head north west for nine miles from the Isle of Palms into Mount Pleasant, you will reach Founders Way. This is a neighborhood you have got to visit, with the pup-tastic Rifle Range Dog Park! This is a great place to have fun and expend some energy, with safe fenced areas for small and large dogs to explore off leash. Water is provided for your panting pup and there are waste bags available in case you fur-got your own. There is also Marshview Trail that is near to the dog park, where there are sniff-tastic paths through the woods you can explore with your furry friend.

Sullivans Island

12
Population Density
1,969 per sq. mi.

Sullivans Island

12

To reach Sullivans Island from the Isle of Palms, all you have to do is drive west for 7.8 miles. Here you can enjoy a trip to the Beach at Sullivans Island. This has beautiful golden sand and blue sea for you and your pup to run and have fun. Dogs are allowed on the beach from 6pm to 5am, for digging and swimming, but you must also have a dog permit. These can be purchased from the Town Hall. When you get hungry, you can check out Poe’s Tavern for tasty burgers, quesadillas and beer, with your furry friend in tow. They have a welcoming policy for dogs and you can enjoy an outdoor patio seat.

Old Mount Pleasant

0
Population Density
2,284 per sq. mi.

Old Mount Pleasant

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If you want to try some new places to grab a bite to eat, head to Old Mount Pleasant. This neighborhood is around 11 miles away from the Isle of Palms, with choices for breakfast, lunch and dinner. For some good Southern food, head to Page’s Okra Grill. They have a delicious menu and the covered patio allows your pup to join you at your table and watch everything that is happening nearby. The Triangle Char & Bar also serves mouth-watering Southern food and has a great atmosphere. The spacious outdoor seating is great for spending some time with the family, as well as your pup enjoying the company too.