Dog Walkers in Austin, TX

Find trusted dog walkers near you.

How Wag! Works

Book a Dog Walk with One of our Trusted Wag! Walkers
Track your Dog's Walk with our Live GPS Tracker
Receive Custom Reports Detailing your Dog's Activity

Certified Walker Trust & Safety

Thoroughly Vetted
Insured & Bonded
Wag! Guaranteed

Dog Walks Happening Near You

Top Dog Walking Experiences in Austin, TX

Jennifer
Jennifer
Reviewed by Nicole S. on 09/27/2017

"Thanks so much for taking Sam out tonight. Sorry the walk got rained out, but I appreciate you taking great care of him!"

1.49 mi
60m
Poo
Pee
Lindsey
Lindsey
Reviewed by Emily L. on 09/27/2017

"Wag has been great! Lindsey has taken the dogs out on walks and sent us updates. It's great to know that they are getting time outside and exercise and attention when we can't be there. I highly recommend Lindsey! "

1.48 mi
31m
Poo
Pee
Icela
Icela
Reviewed by Brooke D. on 09/27/2017

"Sorry traffic was such a terror tonight. Tilly is always happy to see you no matter when. Have been cutting back on her grub a bit to help with weight so her poo is erratic. She always poops in morning though. She ate something in the garden today of unknown composition so was afraid she might have repercussions. Maybe not! Happy birthday!!!"

1.02 mi
32m
Poo
Pee
Sally
Sally
Reviewed by Jacob A. on 09/27/2017

"Thank you so much for the last minute walk!! I’m glad it was nice out and didn’t rain!"

2.18 mi
61m
Poo
Pee
Sedat
Sedat
Reviewed by Margaret B. on 09/27/2017

"Thanks sedat! Appreciate you giving him water and the detailed report card! "

1.12 mi
34m
Poo
Pee
Melissa
Melissa
Reviewed by Patricia A. on 09/27/2017

"Thanks! I walked them this morning and no one pooped! I know,the bathroom was horrible yesterday! Pepita is very messy! Not Scooby! Poor boy."

1.41 mi
31m
Poo
Pee
Emily
Emily
Reviewed by Natalie J. on 09/27/2017

"Thank you so much Emily! Really appreciate you walking Tuna and hope you will be over again soon :)"

2.66 mi
63m
Poo
Pee
Lindsey
Lindsey
Reviewed by Casey L. on 09/27/2017

"Thank you for taking them on a nice long walk, and for giving them water too!!"

1.42 mi
33m
Poo
Pee
Kristopher
Kristopher
Reviewed by Phillip B. on 09/27/2017

"Thanks for always being such a great walker for the pups! I love all the videos you send! They are always so content after walking with you! I think they might finally be loosing weight!!"

1.13 mi
31m
Poo
Pee
Lindsey
Lindsey
Reviewed by Melissa A. on 09/26/2017

"Thanks so much! Glad you didn’t mind the rain too much. Hodor loves water and rain and Hagrid just wants to do what Hodor does. lol. "

1.50 mi
37m
Poo
Pee

Dog Areas in Austin, TX

5 Trails
7 Shops
53 Eateries
66 Groomers

Austin, TX has recently almost cracked the top 10 cities list, ranking in at number 11 of the most populated cities in the United States. Being the top 5 most populated cities in Austin, Austin is known for its live music, clean air, safety, and violet glow of the cities. What’s surprising is Austin is also known for its incredible array of pet-friendly attractions that are available within the city limits.

Consider hiking? St. Edwards Park is surrounded by vast forest with several natural water features, including a creek, waterfall and breathtaking high elevation views. Clocking in at around 2 - 4 miles, depending on the route you decide to take, St. Edwards Park makes the perfect retreat for you and your pup.

Interested in something a little more low-key? You’d be letting your furry friend down if you didn’t make a stop by Zilker Park. This park is every dog's dream, including 350 acres of preserve, places to splash around including a pool and creek, and to top it off, two separate areas, one with leash required and one with leash optional, your dog will never want to leave.

Austin is home to dozens of pet-friendly hotels, including the Hotel Ella, Omni Austin Downtown, and W Austin. Hotels in Austin understand how much pet lovers want their pets in their lives. Whether you’re visiting, living, or passing through, Austin has a vast array of hikes, hotels, restaurants, and parks to visit. Austin is one of the most dog-friendly towns in our list!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Austin, TX

  1. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 4,620/sq mi

    #1 Bouldin

    48
    Located just south of the bustling South Congress and Downtown shopping districts, Bouldin is a popular residential and shopping area for long-term residents and Austin newcomers alike. Auditorium Shores is one of many dog-themed attractions that will have your pooch yipping with excitement. Fido will have a splashing good time courtesy of the easy lake access. Plenty of space in this off leash dog park ensures lots of room for a game of fetch or frisbee, or for romping with fellow four-legged friends. Owners can relax and take in the iconic Austin skyline as their doggie companions take in a little social sniffing in the beautiful Bouldin area of Austin.
    Dog neighborhood?
  2. Dog Parks 3
    Population Density 4,700/sq mi

    #2 Downtown

    36
    Downtown Austin, Texas is the cultural, shopping and nightlife hub of this thriving Texas City. A variety of shops and restaurant patios roll out the red carpet for doggy tagalongs, offering water bowls and cookie jars in case your pooch needs a quick afternoon drink. If you’re looking to explore more pawsome spots, Austin’s Guided City Walking Tours are dog-friendly and even offer dog-specific themed guide routes. You and Fido will sniff out all the best shopping, dining and entertainment the Downtown, Austin area has to offer. Bonus gold star dog cookies awarded for the awesome opportunities for socialization.
    Dog neighborhood?
  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 6,820/sq mi

    #3 North Lamar

    24
    For those looking to live, work, and play in Austin, Texas, the North Lamar neighborhood offers the perfect location for commuters to call home as well as a variety of activities for both two and four-legged family members. Walnut Creek is a staple natural attraction in the area. Offering miles of dog-friendly trails, Walnut Creek is the perfect place for your pooch to get in some pawcersize. The one-acre Metropolitan Dog Park at Walnut Creek features both small and large dog areas. Your beloved pet will enjoy getting his sniff on with other area dogs-- leash and worry-free.
    Dog neighborhood?
  4. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 2,520/sq mi

    #4 Barton Hills

    12
    Barton Hills is one of the most popular neighborhoods in the Austin, Texas area, and with the scenic mountain views and plenty of outdoor and indoor activities, it’s not hard to see why. You and Fido will enjoy spending weekend mornings perusing the pawtastic offerings at the dog-friendly Barton Creek Farmers Market. For something a little more active, Zilker Metropolitan Park is a doggie haven with plenty of room for playing catch and throwing a frisbee, or for socializing with other doggie neighbors. With a variety of pet-friendly activities, it’s easy to see why pet lovers love Barton Hills.
    Dog neighborhood?
  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 810/sq mi

    #5 Southeast Austin

    0
    Located just south of the bustling shopping, dining and entertainment hub of Austin, Texas, the neighborhood of Southeast Austin is a popular area for commuters, families, and more. Four-legged family members will feel right at home with numerous dog-friendly locales such as McKinley Falls State Park. Grab your puppy’s leash and explore over five miles of sniffer-approved hiking and walking trails. When you’re ready to stop for a quick bite, you and Fido can enjoy fishing or picnicking by the lake or a little geocaching adventure on the expansive property. Whatever your speed, this Southeast Austin gem is sure to get your dog’s tail a-wagging.
    Dog neighborhood?
Book me a walkiee?
Pweeeze!
Sketch of smiling australian shepherd