Dog walking in Cedar Hill

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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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Bernardo RCedar Hill, TX

4.9

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“one of the best and more qualified dog walkers.”

Hello, I'm Bernardo. I finished school in Mexico in 2017 with my degree in Veterinarian Medicine and Zootechnics. I'm an animal lover at heart, I have adopted and raised two beautiful and healthy dogs. The love I have for them has motivated me to learn all I could about dogs. I'm excited to be your next Wag! walker, And rest asssure, I will take care of your dog as if I'm taking care of my own.

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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, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Wendy CCedar Hill, TX

4.9

(1734)

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“Pounding Pavement for Pups!”

I have had dogs all my life, I have always loved them. I got involved in rescue over 10 years ago and have been fortunate to help and love many dogs. Being able to care for them and see them transform from the sick, scared, or abused (often all of those) dogs into healthy, loving babies is so rewarding. They are so loving, and deserve the very best we can do for them!

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

Anita BCedar Hill, TX

4.9

(857)

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Two of my favorite things are dogs and taking walks! I am a safety first walker your pup will be my number one priority during our walk. I can’t wait to play, love and burn some energy with your doggie!

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

Taylor MCedar Hill, TX

4.9

(892)

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Hi I’m Taylor, I’ve lived in Dallas proper for the last decade and I love dogs. I’ve lived and cared for many different types of dogs and tend to bond with dogs right from the beginning. I’m fit strong and want to use my energy and love to help you with your little (or big) best friend(s).

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High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Fast walker

Seth MCedar Hill, TX

4.9

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I am a Concierge at a Luxury High Rise in Deep Ellum and interacting with my dog residents is the best part of my work day. When I'm not at work, I am hanging out with my Japanese Chin, Ninja...he is the best part of the rest of my day!

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Eunice LCedar Hill, TX

4.9

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Hi my name is Eunice. I've been with Wag for 3 yrs. I love working with dogs and being around them. I have worked at Camp Bow Wow which is a doggy day care and boarding facility. And I am also Pet CPR certified. I've had dogs pretty much my entire and have 4 of my own now. I treat them as if they were my babies and will do the same for your fur baby. They just bring so much happiness to my life. So I can't wait to meet your fur baby and give them the exercise, love and attention they need.

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Dog first aid and/or CPR, Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Hope MCedar Hill, TX

4.9

(748)

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Hello! My name is Hope and I live in Irving, Tx. I have always grew up with dogs and loved dogs. Walking and taking care of dogs is like a dream job for me. I've volunteered in a pet shelter before and I'm thinking to go back and volunteer again I just can't keep away from my furry friends. I just love how dogs greet you with a wagging tail and jump all over you and bonding with them. I can't wait to meet your fur babies.

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Oral medicine administration, Dogs who pull, Puppy care

Chris GCedar Hill, TX

4.9

(746)

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I have always had dogs. I love dogs so much. With my previous jobs I was able to take my dogs to work with me so they were always with me. I currently have a Yorkshire terrier and a pug. We spent most of the day together playing and walking. I even keep treats in my truck and a leash and collar just in case I find a stray that needs help. If I can help a dog I will no matter what.

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

Kathy LCedar Hill, TX

4.9

(653)

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I love dogs and dogs love me. I love to be outside walking my two dogs. I need some extra money, and it would be great to get paid for doing what I love. I don't have any professional experience, but there has always been a dog in my life. I would love to work for Wag, thank you for your consideration.

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Thomas FCedar Hill, TX

4.9

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“Big, soft heart for dogs!”

I have had three great dogs, a Border Collie and two Labs, since moving to Dallas 35 years ago. Currently without a dog of my own because of occasional travel, so I have been finding quality time with my favorite animal friends by being a Wag dog walker for the past year.

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Dog Walking in Cedar Hill

Cedar Hill is a lovely city located in the Dallas and Ellis counties in Texas. The town is mostly known for the 1856 tornado that ripped through the town and only left two buildings standing after its destruction was finished. Since then, Cedar Hill has grown, and its residents take their dogs' health very seriously! It's home to five veterinarians that your pup can visit for a check-up or any medical need that should arise.

If your dog loves to explore the great outdoors, then take him to visit one of the great parks that Cedar Hill has to offer. Crawford Park is a great place to let Fido explore. It’s 10.76-acres features amenities like picnic tables, restrooms, a baseball field, grills, and an open grass field that your dog can play fetch in. If you’re both craving more space to explore, then head over to Valley Ridge Park which is a whopping 164-acres of doggie heaven! The park offers a fishing pond, a 1.5-mile paved trail to explore, plus some sports fields.

All that outdoor adventure may leave you two hungry. Be sure to stop into one of the dog friendly restaurants that welcomes your dog to join you for a tasty meal. Schlotzsky’s is a well-known restaurant that serves up tasty salads, wraps, and flatbreads that you can eat on their dog friendly outdoor patio.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Cedar Hill

Woodridge

48
Population Density
474 per sq. mi.

Woodridge

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Cedar Hill State Park is a pawsome park to hike with Fido and spend a nice afternoon exploring. The park features four trails that your dog is welcome to be on with you if he stays on leash. The Dorba Trail has three different loops you can complete, which range from 2.5-miles to 10-miles, taking you through wooded areas. This trail is known to be populated by mountain bikers, so be cautious with your pup. The Overlook Trail has a small creek that runs through it that is perfect to splash through with your pup, and is considered one of the easier trails in Cedar Hill State Park. The Duck Pond Trail is the shortest hike out of the four, and only a half-mile long. This trail takes you pass an open field and a small duck pond before you cross a creek by a small bridge. The last beautiful trail you both can explore is the Talala Trail. This pawsome trail takes you through a wooded area and a small gully, and will take you up some hills, so it can be a more challenging hike for some. Make sure to bring plenty of water with you while you enjoy these great hikes.

Uptown Boulevard

36
Population Density
3,946 per sq. mi.

Uptown Boulevard

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The Uptown Boulevard neighborhood is filled with tasty eateries that you and Fido can visit for a fun lunch together. TGI Fridays has a diverse menu with classic favorites like burgers and sandwiches. If you and Fido are looking for some delicious unusual burgers to try, then head over to Whataburger and grab their chorizo burger or avocado bacon burger. Trust us, Fido would love some of that bacon! Pizza and beer is always a great option, and Old Chicago Pizza and Taproom has just that for you. Grab a beer and enjoy a delicious deep-dish Chicago style pizza with Fido. All three of these restaurants have dog-friendly patios and welcome your pup to enjoy a great meal with you.

Somerset Village

24
Population Density
1,267 per sq. mi.

Somerset Village

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The Virginia Weaver Park is a lovely 27.64-acre park that has a lighted pavilion, tables for a picnic, grills, restrooms, and a trail that is 0.3-miles long. The park also has a wide-open field that is perfect for fetch. If your pup wants to continue the adventure, the Virginal Weave Park contains a trailhead for the Red Oak Creek Trail. You pup needs to stay on leash when visiting the park  and trail, and remember to bring water and clean-up bags with you as well, so nothing gets left behind.

Windmill Hill

12
Population Density
3,028 per sq. mi.

Windmill Hill

12

The Windmill Hill Nature Preserve is a fantastic spot to hike to Fido, and offers a 1.6-mile hike. Locals note that you can make the hike longer or shorter depending on what path you take. Considered a moderate hike, almost anyone can do it, but be aware that it has a 124-foot elevation gain. The trail is mainly through a wooded area with some rocky paths and a nice view of Texas’ native wild flowers. Make sure to bring plenty of water for the two of you while you hike and bring clean-up bags as well.

Cedar Ridge

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Population Density
2,358 per sq. mi.

Cedar Ridge

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The Cedar Ridge Nature Preserve is a great spot to take a hike with Fido and explore this pawsome park in Dallas. It is only about five minutes out of Cedar Hill, so your dog won’t mind the short trip to get to the park. The park is 600-acres and is filled with beautiful native trees and wildflowers that your pup can sniff. There is a picnic area that you both can relax at and have a nice picnic, plus a butterfly garden to explore. Your dog needs to stay on leash while visiting the Cedar Ridge Nature Preserve, and be sure to bring water.