Dog walking in Mission

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How it works

Flexible scheduling

Select the date and time that best suit your needs. Want a walk ASAP? We’ve got you covered.

Customized for your pup

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

Follow along

Track your walk with our live GPS tracker, then view your detailed report card after the walk.

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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Joyce OMission, TX

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Hi! My name is Joyce and I can’t wait to meet you as well as your best friend! I have experience in dog care by volunteering in several k-9 centers/shelters & I as well have been a foster to over 17 dogs. I’m currently an owner to 4 female dogs; a black Labrador named Ally, a blue lab mix named Nova, a dachshund named Hazel and a pug named Maya. I will ensure that your dog has a good time with me just the way I wish my girls would! Hope to see y’all soon!

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

Zoe GMission, TX

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My name is Zoe and I've grown up loving animals to the point that I studied them in college and have held internships and volunteer positions to care for them. I have had two of my own dogs and have helped dogsit and walk many of my friends' dogs. I routinely volunteered at a local animal shelter and the dog I have now is a rescued westie-schnauzer mix named Thumper. She makes me so happy!

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Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Puppy care, Fast walker

Gabriela VMission, TX

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Hello my name is Gabriela Vazquez. I am a Dog Parent myself who is just looking to gain more experience working with dogs of all personalities and sizes.

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High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care

Eric RMission, TX

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My name is Eric Ramirez. I am a Lieutenant in the McAllen Fire Department and grew up surrounded by many dogs of all sizes. I currently have a Boston terrier and Australian shepherd at home. I grew up in McAllen and graduated from Texas State with a degree in Business. I am looking forward to meeting your dog!

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Celina RMission, TX

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Hi! I love dogs and it's been known since I was a toddler. My heart is so big I have enough space to love my own dogs and the dogs I walk on a daily basis. I'm patient and trustworthy. Every dog has their own personality and that's just one of the many things that I love about meeting them!

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Dog Walking in Mission

Mission has been the heart of Texas grapefruit land since 1921. It also has a special place in the hearts of dog-lovers, and probably in the hearts of dogs themselves. With two vets inside the city limits, and half a dozen more in neighboring McAllen, Mission puts dogs’ health high on their priority list. They also know that dog lovers hate to dine alone! Bring your dog with you to Roosevelt’s at 7 (the restaurants name, not a suggested reservation time) for an eclectic mix of salmon sandwiches and BBQ pizza at one of Mission’s most popular dog friendly spots.

Bannworth Park is a great destination for the whole family. Exercise your dog while the kids enjoy the playground. If you’d rather get away from it all, Anzalduas Park is a 96-acre natural park. It’s great for birding and for long walks with your dog.

Your pup sleeps for no additional fee at Motel 6 Mission, and La Quinta Inn & Suites Mission and West McAllen. If you have an RV, there are two RV parks in Mission that will accept your dog: Bentsen Palm Village RV Resort and Tradewinds RV Resort. Get a good rest to be up bright and early to see what else Mission has in store for you!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Mission

Acevedo Colonia Number Four

48
Population Density
3,463 per sq. mi.

Acevedo Colonia Number Four

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The Bentsen Palm Community Park is a newly renovated, gorgeous place to spend your time. It’s only going to get more beautiful as the landscaping matures. For now, the main draw of Bentsen Palm Community Park is the sheer amount of space you’ll have to explore. Sports fields and mapped out walking paths create a space designed for new vistas and fresh exercise experiences every time. Energetic dogs will have enough room to challenge themselves. Dogs have to be on leash in the park, so if challenging your energetic dog leaves you breathless, enjoy the park’s benches, or even a BBQ pit, after your walk.

South Mission

36
Population Density
987 per sq. mi.

South Mission

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The Bentsen-Rio Grande Valley State Park is a small, but incredible state park. You shouldn’t go to Mission and not visit this South Mission gem. The park is not large for a state park, but it’s one of the biggest parks in the area. It’s also the headquarters of the World Birding Center. Your dog is welcome in the park, but you should keep him on a leash at all times. There are several paths through the park that you can traverse with your pup. One popular trail is a three mile loop for bikers and joggers. Bring your own supplies, from water to snacks to a bowl for your pup, because this park is committed to preserving the natural beauty of Mission, and offers none of these amenities.

Ala Blanca Norte Number One Colonia

24
Population Density
3,463 per sq. mi.

Ala Blanca Norte Number One Colonia

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Jaycee Park is a community oriented park that caters to two large demographics: children and sports. There is a playground for kids, and much of the green space in this park is marked off for sports fields. But there’s nothing to stop you from exploring them when there’s not a match going on! Social dogs will be delighted to see so many people coming and going at the park. Shy dogs will probably be happier just walking the perimeter, and with a park the size of Jaycee, a single lap could be a good walk! Dogs have to be on leash while touring Jaycee Park.

Downtown Mission

12
Population Density
942 per sq. mi.

Downtown Mission

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The Jose M. Lopez Park in Downtown Mission is a perfect destination when you need a break from the hustle and bustle. Space is at a premium in this neighborhood, so this park isn’t large. Some of the space is given over to a splash pad for children. While dogs aren’t allowed on the splash pad, they can enjoy the BBQ pits, grassy picnic area, and even the benches by your side! Bring a lunch to the park or cook a meal there; either way, most agree that Jose M. Lopez Park is a welcome retreat from the crush of urban living.

Madero

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Population Density
1,040 per sq. mi.

Madero

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Madero Park is a community area geared towards sports--but that doesn’t mean your dog can’t have a great time! The entire park is broken up into sports fields, but when a game isn’t in play, this becomes a large, green space to explore! Dogs should remain on leash inside this park, but there’s plenty of room to make up for that. Just walking a brisk lap of this park could be enough exercise for some dogs! Bring your own water and a bowl for your dog, as this park is light on amenities. Get there early on weekends to avoid sports leagues!