Dog walking in Nashville

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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 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, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience

“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, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care

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Dog Walking in Nashville

Dog Walking Fun Fact #1:

People and pups who play together, stay together longer. While your dog can help you reduce your cholesterol and blood pressure, you can help your furry bestie from developing arthritis or heart disease, which can increase both of your active years. Daily walks are the pawfect way to get exercise and strengthen the bond between you. Once you’ve exhausted your neighborhood paths, tackle a Nashville trail for some additional cardio.

Dog Walking Fun Fact #2:

The number one destroyer of your shoes isn’t sidewalks, it’s boredom! Dogs who get theboredom blues may dig or chew their way to excitement, but you can save your home from wanton destruction by spicing up your dog’s life with regular walks. Whether exploring the unique storefronts and multi-cultural restaurants of 12 South, or walking the riverfront Downtown, your dog can get those wiggles out and be calmer at home.

Dog Walking Fun Fact #3:

Being social isn’t just good for outgoing pups, it’s great for shy dogs and boisterous jumpers too! Every person and dog your pooch meets can help them work on their manners and build confidence. Taking a walk around the block or to a Nashville dog park can give your pup the chance to practice appropriate behavior and conquer their fears while greeting new people and playmates.

Average Cost of Dog Walking in Nashville

When your dog isn’t howling along to their favorite tune, exploring Music City is on the agenda. But when you aren’t available, you may wonder how much dog walking rates are in Nashville. If your dog needs some exercise, you could be paying $20 for a 20-minute walk or $30 for a 30-minute walk. Only a few services offer 60-minute walks which are usually around $35. Many dog walking companies work weekdays during business hours, and those that offer after hours or weekend walks often charge another $5 per walk. And if you need a last-minute walk, that could equal yet another charge.

Wag! understands that schedules can be different, which is why walks are available every day of the week, all day long. On average, you can get your pup moving on a 20-minute spin for around $15, a 30-minute walk for $20, or even a 60-minute adventure for only $30. When you are held up at work and your pup needs out, just schedule an on-demand walk for the same day with no extra fees.

Thoroughly vetted and insured dog walkers with Wag! are not only committed to your dog’s happiness, but also to your peace of mind. With real time GPS tracking through the Wag! app, they keep you updated on your pup’s location at all times. And a report card at the end of each walk will tell you all about your dog’s day out.

 Dog Parks in Nashville

With its rich history and quirky neighborhoods, Nashville is a pawtastic place to hoof it with your dog. If in the Downtown area, check out the Riverfront Park Dog Park. Enjoy waterfront views of the Cumberland River while your pup frolics freely in this space offering all-weather turf and water fountains.  

While Centennial Park in Midtown is pupular for the Parthenon and the Centennial Art Center, your pup will probably be tugging the leash to cross the street for some fun at the Centennial Dog Park. Full of amenities, this park offers separate areas for big and small pooches, and lots of room to run on a variety of surfaces.

Residents and visitors to East Nashville love the colorful neighborhoods and vibrant nightlife. Your pup will pass them all by to get to Shelby Dog Park for some off leash romping in this green, shady spot. Clip the leash back on to tackle the Shelby Bottoms Greenway, a 6.5-mile trek through the city. You’ll pass the Shelby Bottoms Nature Center as you head into miles of forested land. Serious hikers can cross over the river on the Cumberland Pedestrian Bridge to continue on the Stones River Greenway that will take you right to the Two Rivers Dog Park, a huge 7-acre pupperdise that’s sure to tucker out your favorite pooch.

Whether you keep on the Stones River Greenway till the end, or you just need a quick off-leash play spot, the Percy Priest Dog Park in the Antioch/Priest Lake area offers a large open space for safe playing near the Percy Priest Dam. In the summer months, dogs can beat the heat with fountains, hoses and pools right in the park.

Nashville’s dog parks are furbulous places to explore, but be sure your dog has current rabies and license tags before you visit. Always have your leash on hand when inside off leash parks, and keep the leash on your dog anywhere outside of those areas. Have clean-up bags on hand to promptly pick up after your pup. Most Nashville dog parks prohibit Pit Bulls, so be sure to research where your Pittie can visit before you go adventuring.

Dog Walking in Nashville with Wag!

With all the music and color in this big city, we’re sure your pup can’t wait to explore all that Nashville has to offer. And with Wag!, your pup can get moving even when you are away.

Scheduling a walk for your pup is easy when you use the best dog walking app in town! Just download the Wag! app, choose the pawfect date and time for your pup, then pick the right length of walk. Whether an on-demand walk in the same day, a one-time walk, or recurring walks to tire out your active pooch, Pet Caregivers with Wag! can give your dog the exercise they crave. Search dog walker profiles to choose the right match for your dog, then see your finalized rates right in the app.

Got a Labrador Retriever, the most pupular of Nashville dogs? Or maybe a working German Shepherd? These active pups need lots of 60-minute walks to get tuckered out. A 30-minute spin around the neighborhood can give Beagles lots to sniff, while smaller Jack Russell Terriers may be content with a quick 20-minute stroll. Pet Caregivers with Wag! can even Drop-In on your retired Australian Shepherd who’s lost their pep to put a wag back in their tail.

Don’t make your dog wait to explore this puptastic city, book a walk with Wag! today!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Nashville

McKissack Park

50
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,540 per sq. mi.

McKissack Park

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McKissack Park is a desirable neighborhood in Nashville, Tennessee. Located just outside of Nashville’s acclaimed music row, McKissack Park offers a wide variety of amenities and activities sure to please even the fussiest of pooches. Nearby Centennial Park is the perfect place to enjoy a quick game of frisbee with Fido and is also home to the area’s annual pet week and various social meetup groups. Both you and your dog can get some valuable socialization time in while sipping a cup of coffee. The park also contains a fully fenced dog park where you can let your canine companion run free off-leash and interact with other friendly dogs.

Sylvan Park

35
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,910 per sq. mi.

Sylvan Park

35

Sylvan Park is a highly sought-after neighborhood in Nashville, Tennessee where both two and four-legged residents are sure to feel right at home. The Sylvan Park Greenways runs straight through the area and is a barktastic way to spend an afternoon exploring your local surroundings. This three-mile loop features benches, paved surfaces and plenty of grass and trees to provide shade for a quick break from your activities. The Greenway also connects some of the area’s largest shopping centers, perfect for a stop to split lunch or a pupsicle with your canine companion. Whether man or man’s best friend, Sylvan Park has something for everyone in the family.

Southside Neighborhood Coalition

25
Population Density
6,310 per sq. mi.

Southside Neighborhood Coalition

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Located conveniently close to all the nightlife, dining, and entertaining downtown Nashville has to offer, the Southside neighborhood is the perfect place for both humans and canines to call home. Local parks and trails are convenient and dog-friendly. Annual events, such as the city’s Howl-o-ween festivities help raise funds for local pet charities and are also great opportunities for Fido to socialize with both people and other dogs and to learn good doggie manners. Another local staple is Camp Bow Wow. At this all-inclusive pet resort, your dog can frolic both indoors and out, burning off that energy while you work.

Granny White

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
640 per sq. mi.

Granny White

12

With such an iconic name, it’s easy to see why residents of Nashville, Tennessee’s Granny White area are welcoming of both humans and their four-legged companions. This neighborhood is known for its dog friendly amenities. One of the neighborhood’s largest attractions is Radnor Lake State Park. Owners are welcome to bring their leashed canine companions to spend a day exploring the local habitat. Radnor lake is a state protected area and the grounds are well-maintained and always filled to the brim with people and other dogs, ready to explore. Whether visiting or living, the Granny White neighborhood of Nashville will have you feeling right at home.

Germantown

3
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
3,400 per sq. mi.

Germantown

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Located just North of Nashville’s iconic Downtown, Germantown is an up and coming neighborhood that is attracting a wide variety of professionals and families. Centrally located, the Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park is located in the heart of the area and provides both you and Fido with excellent views of the state capitol building. Dogs are welcome to join their human companions on-leash as you stroll across the mall’s expansive grounds. Take in the sights, get a little sniffing and socialization in with both visitors and other dogs, and brush up on your Tennessee knowledge in the process. Whether looking to work or play, Germantown is sure to be a good fit for you and Fido, both.

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