Dog walking in Forest Hills

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Flexible scheduling

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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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Vince BForest Hills, TN

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My experience with dogs started as a child. In seventh grade, my best friend’s mom owned a dog kennel, where I volunteered throughout middle and HS. The kennel eventually switched ownership, so I got a job at a doggy daycare, but when the kennel reopened I was hired. During my time at the new facility I played many roles; trainer, groomer, manager, and everything in between. For five years I also pet sat a highly trained German Shepherd guard dog who belonged to a prominent Israeli family.

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Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care

Joanna RForest Hills, TN

4.9

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“I believe pets are family and treat them as such.”

I have walked dogs and have worked with Wag for a little over 3 years now. I have done boarding and sitting. I can give meds. I have took a pet CPR and first aid class. If you need boarding for your dog/s and if they need to be the only dog/s. Just let me know and my dogs can stay at my parents house. I look forward to caring for your furbabies. Thank you.

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Dog first aid and/or CPR, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Lisa GForest Hills, TN

4.9

(1923)

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“Hounds follow those who feed them!”

A recent move from Fort Lauderdale, I am thrilled to be in the Brentwood area. My specialty as a dog walker is to be a reliable and trust worthy helper. I take pride in showing I have a unique bond with animals and always dreamed to make dog walking a career when I was little. Since joining Wag! I found a wonderful way to turn work into passion!

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Dog first aid and/or CPR, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care

Joshua SForest Hills, TN

4.9

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I have taken care of animals since I was a small child. I grew up with 3 cats, a pug, and 2 Pitbull’s. Animals bring great joy to me and I can’t wait to meet your pooch!

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Kyle CForest Hills, TN

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​Hi, I'm Kyle! I grew up with Alaskan Malamutes, doing agility in Ventura, California. I have experience as a full time Animal Shelter Employee and Volunteer in Ojai, California. I've also worked as a groomer's assistant in Venice, California. I enjoy the company of dogs and animals in general. My friends and family rely on me as their regular walker and sitter. I'm looking forward to meeting your dog!

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Rollins PForest Hills, TN

4.9

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Hi, my name is Rollins. I'm originally from Mississippi and have owned over 10 dogs through out my life. I just graduated from Chapman University and moved to West Hollywood. I have walked dogs through out college. I don't have a dog of my own right now but I am absolutely in love with them, so this is the perfect way to be around them!

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

Steve PForest Hills, TN

4.9

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“Hi! I'm your dogs new best friend!”

Hi! My name is Steve. I am a total dog person. I am Daddy to 3 of my own dogs. I have worked the past 4 years full time with a dog trainer and groomer. I am knowledgeable on dog behavior and basic commands.

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Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Cacy VForest Hills, TN

4.9

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Enjoying life with my furry animal companions. Loves dogs, long walks in the park, and giving belly rubs. As a veterinary assistant I have had the opportunity to walk hundreds of different dogs, and many different breeds. My volunteer work at the local shelter taught me the value of patience, tender care, and love when working with dogs. Also, I understand the importance that a well behaved pooch is one that is happy. I would love to give your pooch the exercise and care that they deserve. Life is about adventure, and it is way more fun with a dog!

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Desiree TForest Hills, TN

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“Every dog has its day!”

I have lifelong experience caring for all animals ranging from dogs, cats, birds, reptiles, and larger pets like cows and horses! I have plenty of experience with puppies and elder dogs as well so I'm a perfect fit to care for your furry family members when you aren't home!

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Fast walker

Marcia GForest Hills, TN

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I love dogs and dogs love me! From German Shepherds and Labradors to Shih Tzus and Dachshunds, dogs of all shapes and sizes have a special place in my heart! As a School Crossing Guard at West End Middle School (one of the busiest school intersections in Nashville), I am used to juggling rambunctious kids, dogs, and morning hour traffic to make sure everyone stays safe. I would love to be entrusted with your furry family member and have an opportunity to meet their needs!

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Dog Walking in Forest Hills

The small city of Forest Hills is located in Davidson County, Tennessee. It’s roughly 11 miles south of Nashville and 11 miles north of Franklin. The area was first settled by Europeans back in 1780, and although the city has had its highs and lows – including the destruction of several historic sites during development – Forest Hills has prospered over the past few years. Some historic sites do remain, and if you’re interested in learning more about them, make sure to visit the city of Forest Hills’s website.

If you’re a dog mom or dad looking to have a day out with your four-legged friend, you’ll have to venture outside of Forest Hills. There are no dog parks in the city, and there also aren’t any dog-friendly dining options. Don’t fret just yet, though. With Forest Hills being so close to both Nashville and Franklin, there are plenty of pawesome opportunities for you and your canine companion. This also means that if you need care for your sick or injured pup, you won’t have to look too far to find it. There are a handful of veterinarians within 15 miles of Forest Hills.

Whether you’re looking for somewhere new to call home or just wanting to visit, Forest Hills is waiting for you!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Forest Hills

Devonshire

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
754 per sq. mi.

Devonshire

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Just four miles from Forest Hills, you and Fido can go visit Edwin Warner Dog Park! This bark park is located in Nashville’s Devonshire neighborhood. Locals love that the park has plenty of room for even the most energetic dogs to tire themselves out. Bring along your dog’s favorite ball for a game of fetch, or have a seat while your dog makes plenty of furrific new friends. Water is provided for your pup, so you won’t need to worry about bringing any from home. This park can become quite muddy after it rains; remember to bring towels along. This is an off-leash dog park.

Park Court

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,900 per sq. mi.

Park Court

36

William A Pitts Dog Park is located in nearby Antioch, which is about ten miles east of Forest Hills. With two acres of space for your playful pup to run around, your dog surely won’t get bored. There’s seating for dog moms and dads who might get tired. Once you and your pawesome pal are done at the dog park, make use of one of the nearby walking trails. While a leash isn’t required for the trail, you might want to keep one on hand so that your dog doesn’t venture off. Have a ball at William A Pitts Dog Park!

Midtown

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,802 per sq. mi.

Midtown

24

Midtown Nashville is home to Centennial Bark Park, where your dog will have a ball getting some off-leash exercise. If you’re worried about your little dog playing around bigger dogs, you’ll be happy to know there’s a separate area for smaller canines. The park is fully fenced in and double-gated, too, so you don’t have to worry about your pup pulling a Houdini and vanishing from the park. You’ll want to make sure to bring along some baggies to clean up after Spot, and you might want to bring some water, too. Locals advise this park can be hard to find.

North Capitol

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
180 per sq. mi.

North Capitol

12

Nashville’s North Capitol area is home to Riverfront Park Dog Park, which is an off-leash dog park found on – you guessed it – the riverfront! Despite the bark park being located near downtown, it spans a surprising 11 acres, meaning your dog won’t run out of places to take in new sights and smells. If your playful pup gets tired of the dog park – which we doubt will happen – mosey on over toward downtown to explore the Arts District together. The area offers a beautiful view of the city’s skyline. Once you leave the park, your dog will need to be on a leash.

12 South

0
Population Density
1,702 per sq. mi.

12 South

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If you’re out with your pup and feeling peckish, make sure to visit Nashville’s 12 South neighborhood. This pupular neighborhood has two dog-friendly eateries where you can enjoy some savory samples or sugary sweets! Urban Grub dishes up steaks, seafood, and more, and they allow Fido to join you on the patio or at the indoor/outdoor bar. Five Daughters is a dog-friendly bakery where you can chow down on delicious donuts or have coffee and croissants. Your furry friend can dine with you on the patio, but they’ll need to be on a leash while you’re there. Bone Appetit!