Dog walking in Angleton

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

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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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Rylie WAngleton, TX 77515

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I grew up always having dogs, as well as walking and sitting my neighbors dogs! I can't imagine not having these furry friends in my life and I can't wait to meet your pup!

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Kim CAngleton, TX 77515

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Hello! I am a 20 year old college student currently working towards my CRNA. I am a dog parent myself with 3 wiener dogs and 2 german shepherds at home. I have used dog walkers myself, so I know how important peace of mind is. I absolutely love dogs and people, and have experience with animals through ranch work, and pet care positions. I have knowledge of animal behavior and health as well as the dog heimlich and first aid. I'd love to take your fur baby on an amazing walk!

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Victoria VAngleton, TX 77515

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Hello!! My name is Victoria and dogs are my most favorite creatures in this world. I began working with dogs in the summer of 2013 at a dog boarding place. Since then, every summer has been spent dog sitting and walking. I have learned so much about dogs throughout these years and I continue to learn new ways to properly care for them. I am very thrilled to be working with Wag! Thank you, I hope you choose me to care for your beloved fur baby.

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Sydney DAngleton, TX 77515

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I am an animal lover and past pet owner. I have experience caring for cats and dogs. I have worked with many animals and am comfortable grooming, walking, feeding, playing with and caring for your pets. I have cared for the largest and smallest of dogs. Your pups are welcome in my clean, smoke free home for boardings. I am an energetic student and look forward to meeting your pets! Please feel free to contact me to discuss my services. Yours truly, Sydney.

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Specialties

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

Dog Walking in Angleton

The beautiful town of Angleton is located just 45 minutes south of Houston near the Gulf of Mexico, creating a wonderful atmosphere for families and their canine companions. Spending time at one of the nine parks in town is a popular pastime for pup parents. Masterson Park on S. Arcola Street features a playground, sand volleyball and plenty of space to walk your pooch. Families gather with friends and their dogs for picnics, or walk around the paths under the large shady oak trees. The central location is perfect when your pup needs to get out and stretch his legs.

Making sure Fido is healthy is also important to families in Angleton. There are two qualified veterinarian clinics providing routine and emergency services to pups and their parents. When you need supplies for your pooch, take him to Pets and Plants, a locally owned store where you can find food and treats in addition to a new collar or leash for Fido.

Warm weekend afternoons are a perfect time to stroll down to the Henry William Munson Park and the Stephen F. Austin Statue and Visitor’s Center. This historic park features 10-acres of land with various statues to admire, picnic areas to enjoy a snack, and a pond in the shape of the state of Texas! You and your pup can spend hours walking through the area getting some exercise and fresh air. 

You and your pup will love living in Angleton, where dogs can socialize with other pups while walking through the neighborhoods or at the wonderful parks. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Angleton

Chevy Chase

48
Population Density
540 per sq. mi.

Chevy Chase

48

Veterans Park on E. Magnolia Street is a popular location for weddings and walking your pup. The park is well-maintained with colorful gardens and a gazebo perfect for relaxing with your pooch on a sunny day. Located near the downtown area, you can spend time strolling through the park any day of the week while your pup rolls in the grass and sniffs the flowers. Picnic tables and park benches are situated throughout the park where you and your canine companion can eat lunch after walking laps, or just enjoy some water before heading home. 

South Angleton

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
495 per sq. mi.

South Angleton

36

Dedicated to the first K-9 officer of the Angleton Police Department, Officer Cash Memorial Dog Park offers a great destination for Fido and his family. The dog park features a large obstacle course created from recycled playground equipment, and small pups will love the seesaw, jump through rings, tunnel, and slide. There is a large open area where your pup can chase a ball or frisbee, or socialize with other pups. The water fountain is available to keep Fido hydrated, and pup parents can sit on the shaded benches while their furry family member plays and runs off energy. There are doggie waste bags provided, so make sure to clean up before leaving the park. 

Bates/ Dickey

24
Population Density
350 per sq. mi.

Bates/ Dickey

24

Located off West Mulberry St, Bates Park is behind the softball fields in Dickey Park. You can take Fido for a walk along the lighted paths while the kids spend some time on the playground. Adults and teenagers will enjoy the disc golf course, and your pup can sniff the trees and roll in the grass. After spending some time at Bates Park, stroll over to Dickey Park where you can admire the Butterfly Garden and walk through the wooded ½ mile trail. Pup parents can stop at the exercise stations, or just walk laps and burn some calories. If you get tired, take your pooch and relax at one of the picnic tables or refill water bottles at the fountain. 

Meadowview

12
Population Density
292 per sq. mi.

Meadowview

12

Brushy Bayou Park is located in the middle of this residential neighborhood. Pups who live in the area enjoy running around in the grass while children spend time on the playground. The BBQ pits and covered picnic pavilions make the park a perfect destination for families and their furry companions to spend an afternoon. Just a couple minutes north of Brushy Park, Freedom Park is another dog-friendly destination. The ¾ mile walking trail is great for walking laps and giving Fido his exercise. The playground for the kids is shaded, and there are picnic tables and benches when you are ready to relax. If you need a pooch-friendly place to stay in the area, La Quinta Inn & Suites is close by and welcomes pups for an extra fee. 

Bailey Prairie

0
Population Density
892 per sq. mi.

Bailey Prairie

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The B.G. Peck Soccer Complex offers large open areas where you can spend time with Fido and the kids. Soccer games are popular during the spring and summer, and the concession stand is usually open where you and your pup can get a snack. Walking around in the grassy fields gives your pup a chance to sniff and roll around in the fresh air. Children will also enjoy the playground, and there are picnic pavilions available when you need to relax in the shade. Restrooms are clean, and you can refill your water bottles while spending the day at the park.