Dog walking in Killeen

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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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Haylle SKilleen, TX

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“Time with a dog is never wasted time”

Hey there, fellow pet parent! I’m thrilled to be a temporary care-taker for your fur baby. As a pet parent, I understand how much care, love, and patience is needed to ensure the highest quality is given and well received by the pet. As a lover of all animals, dogs have always held a special place in my heart. I currently have a 6 year-old mix named Louie and he is my world. Louie has some special needs when it comes to feeding and medication, but he doesn’t let that slow him down!

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Shiella LKilleen, TX

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My name is Shie and I just have a love for dogs. I've always had one since I was small; with their sizes ranging from a small chihuahua to a giant great dane. I volunteer at animal shelters as well as my veterinary clinic. I want to continue being around and working with dogs. Hope to meet you and your pup soon.

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elizabeth pKilleen, TX

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hi im here to be your wag walker and im good at and im a mom of five dogs that i love i will treat your dog as if they were mine im a caring person and great to be around. i get a long with all dogs. i hope that you pick me thanks

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Raychel BKilleen, TX

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Hello, my names Raychel! I’m a 23 year old RDA and part time college student. I. love. dogs. I grew up with one very loved pup, and helped raise my brothers dogs litter last summer. I’ve also dog sitted for many family members. I’m honestly that person who approaches a dog before the owner lol I genuinely love the furry friends. I don’t have a dog right now & have a little bit of down time so I look at like like a hobby. I would love to meet you & your dog!

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Demornay GKilleen, TX

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Hi! My name is Demornay and I absolutely love all types of dogs! I have two big dogs of my own that I love to walk now! I’ve also grown up with dogs ranging from small to large and I’m excited to meet your fur baby! Yes that’s right I called your special PUP your fur baby because just like any other they are part of the family! So let’s get these dogs to walk’n!

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Cherrell JKilleen, TX

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Well hello, my name is Cherrell, but you can call me Rell. I was born and raised in Columbia, SC, where I am known as the “Cat Lover,” but most of all an “Animal Lover”! I’ve gained my experience through childhood with my own pets, as well as the neighborhood pets. Everyone trusts me with their fur-baby because I believe animals deserve to be protected and loved as if they were human.

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Colleen MKilleen, TX

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"Greetings fellow dog lovers! My name is Colleen McCrary. I am 23 yrs old attending college. I have worked for WAG in El Paso and Austin Texas. My family and I have helped lost dogs/cats. Have been parents to 7 dogs, but currently have;German wire hair pointer, terrier, pug/chihuahua, and goldern retriever/terrier. I love to help animals and will volunteer at the humane society shelter. Helped many dog parents and hope to help more.

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

Dog Walking in Killeen

The city of Killeen, Texas is located next to the large military base of Fort Hood. The military is part of the lifeblood of the community here, and military monuments, museums, and memorials are common. Explore Killeen confidently, knowing that there are ten animal hospitals available if the need should arise. Start with lunch or dinner at Thai Thai, a Killeen favorite that serves savory Thai food to a dog friendly patio.

The Fort Hood Trailblazers Mountain Bike Trail is not just for mountain bikes. Your dog is welcome to join you as well! The trail is 3.4 miles and looped, making it perfect for a moderate hike. If you’re looking for a challenge, hike Sparta Mountain and the Belton Lake Loop instead, which offers 5.9 miles and offers great views.

If you’re looking to sleep overnight with your pup, but not looking to pay a pet fee, La Quinta Inn Killeen is a great choice. If you’re alright paying a small fee so your pup can join you, you have more options, such as Shilo Inn & Suites Killeen, Days Inn Killeen Mall, and Residence Inn by Marriott Killeen. No matter where you go, you and your pup are sure to get a good rest before continuing your adventure is Killeen.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Killeen

Terrace Drive

48
Population Density
2,591 per sq. mi.

Terrace Drive

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Condor Park is a large, fun, outdoor space for the whole family. One end is devoted to the Condor Skate Park. Dogs aren’t allowed there, even on leash. The rest of the park is yours to roam as long as your dog is leashed. There are walking trails, large trees for shade, and picnic areas. This park serves the local community, and there are frequently sports games on its fields and courts. If a game isn’t being played, it’s a great place to explore with your dog! You have to bring your own doggie bowl, but there are fountains on site.

Greenwood / Parmer

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
999 per sq. mi.

Greenwood / Parmer

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This lovely neighborhood is home to two amazing parks. Mickey’s Dog Park is a fully fenced area where your dog can romp and play off leash. Here, you will find separate areas for large and small dogs. The park is big on atmosphere, and features brightly painted fences, but lacks water fountains. Nevertheless, the area is extremely pupular, and social dogs will never want to leave! If your pup is more the shy type, head to the other neighborhood park, Community Center Park. This park requires dogs to be leashed, but offers walking paths you two can explore instead.

Marlboro Heights

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Population Density
2,458 per sq. mi.

Marlboro Heights

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Marlboro Park in Marlboro Heights is a spacious park with lots of wide open space. Your dog has to be on leash in the park, but with so many beautiful fields and paths to walk, your dog won’t even mind. The park does feature a playground and some basic picnic tables, but most of it is rolling grassland. It’s a little too well manicured to be wilderness, but it does showcase the natural beauty of Killeen very well. You should bring your own water and bowl to the park, as exploring the outer areas can take you far from a fountain.

The Lakes

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Population Density
613 per sq. mi.

The Lakes

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Long Branch Park is a sprawling retreat from the bustle of a growing city. Within its 66-acres, this park manages to fit in tons of things without being crowded at all. There’s an outdoor pool and splash pad for humans on hot days, playground equipment, and sports fields. Your dog will be most interested in the walking paths and wide green lawns. There’s plenty to sniff out about this park! The size means you can stick close to the main area for a quick walk, or really unwind with your pet while covering a lot of ground.

Jefferies - Gardenia

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Population Density
2,458 per sq. mi.

Jefferies - Gardenia

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The AA Lane Park is a small area that's perfect for getting in a quick walk. It’s at the heart of the largely residential Jefferies - Gardenia neighborhood, and it’s convenience is a major draw. The park has play equipment for children, and some green space for picnicking or relaxing after a quick workout. Circling the park is a great way to get your dog’s morning or evening walk in. The park’s peak hours are after school and on weekends, so you should avoid those if you prefer to walk undisturbed or you a shy dog. Bring your own doggie bowl to get water from the fountains.