Dog walking in Somerset

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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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Jennie GSomerset, TX

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Hi, My name is Jennie. I've been around dogs and horses my whole life, I love being around them, especially enjoying the outdoors with them. While living in Germany, I watched and cared for service members dogs at my home while they went on vacation. I have two fur babies of my own. Digby, my five year old French Bulldog and our newest member Billy Goat a three year old Pit Bull rescue. I believe in treating all animals like family, which means lots of love, respect, walks, and play! I would love to be the one who you can trust to keep your dog happy, healthy, and loved!

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Maritsa SSomerset, TX

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“Very Reliable & Loving/Caring To Your Furry Baby’s”

Full-time professional dog walker.Always have good vibes with all my pups and new pups I meet.I’m free to do boarding at my home.Would love to meet more loving pups and pet owners.I have a 2 story house with a Front yard and big backyard that has fence around.I been taking care of dogs/puppies and cats/kittens too.I’m understanding that pet parents want the best for their pet babys.I know some need more attention more then other pups and I’m very patient to work with them.Treat them like mine.

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

Carol TSomerset, TX

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Hi Wag friends! My name is Carol and I absolutely LOVE dogs. I grew up with a German Shepard and Yorkie. I currently have a 7 year old 65lb Pointer/Australian Shepard rescue, a Mini Australian puppy and 2 cats. I’m happy to be serving the SA area. I will make sure your pup is in great company!

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Samantha WSomerset, TX

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I grew up with dogs and training them in obedience and agility and love every bit! I signed on for wag so that I could enjoy time with great dogs while I study for my biology degree. Walks with me will include tons of fun with sights, sounds, and smells galore ; and dog parks if allowed!

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Alexandra TSomerset, TX

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Hi y’all, my name is Alex. I grew up in San Antonio all my life where since I could walk and talk I have had some breed of dog. I had mainly grew up with a chihuahua named Gizmo who was my world. I started walking and taking care of dogs when I was around 10 years old I would pet sit for my family members. All the different dogs I got the chance to take care of and walk was so amazing to my small child mind that since that time I have loved animals. I have a deep love and compassion for our 4 or sometimes less legged friends. I have cared for pups that are barely a day old to some that are in the last stages of life and have become a grater person for it. I have had the pleasure of owning many dogs as my own pets such as chihuahuas, labradors, German Shepherds, Huskies, dachshunds, and several more. I would love to have the opertunity to help take care of you loveable family pets by walking them and letting them have a fun time. I myself walk and jog with my own dogs so I know how to keep pace and when to give them a brake for water and potty time. My overall mane concerns are that your dogs have a fun time walking and if they want socializeing with other dogs as well. I fully intend to make your Wag! experience with me a fantastic one.

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Lisa HSomerset, TX

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My name is Lisa and I have been around dogs since age 6 so I love all dogs. I often foster dogs of all breeds and sizes and always treat them all with love and compassion. I will always provide anything that your dog needs before, during and after the walk. I have experience giving dogs CPR and providing basic medical care but do not currently have any certifications. I can pet sit long-term, either at your house, or mine. I have three of my own dogs that get along with non-aggressive dogs.

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

Alexandria LSomerset, TX

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“Active and attentive!”

Hi there! Welcome to my profile! I’ve owned dogs my whole life and have trained 2 of them including my Doberman pinscher and Doberman/Great Dane mix puppy. I have experience with extra large all the way to miniature pups. I have experience with elderly/special needs dogs as well. I’d love to walk your doggie for you!

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

Savannah ASomerset, TX

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Hi! My name is Ashley, and I live right here in funky Eastside Austin! I grew up on a farm in west Texas, where I had the opportunity to have all sorts of animals. Dogs, though, have always had such a special place in my heart just like family. I have rescued, raised and trained them, all types and sizes. Seeing a happy dog truly gives joy, and though I know that entrusting your dog to a stranger can be nerve racking, you can bet that your fur baby will always be in good hands with me!

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Luis SSomerset, TX

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My name is Luis and I have been a dog owner my entire life. I currently have 2 pups and they are my other kids. I am a military veteran finishing up my Bachelor's degree this coming May on my way to Medical school and would love the opportunity to walk and exercise with your dog.

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Criselda QSomerset, TX

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Hey there! My name is Criselda, and I'm super excited to take care of your best friend! I am a dog-mom of 4 and love all animals, big and small. I'm available for any age/energy level from low energy to jogging. I'd love the opportunity to meet your dog(s) and give them the love and care I give my own. Your pup is ready for a walk, and so am I. Let's go!

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Dog Walking in Somerset

Located in Bexar County, Somerset is around twenty miles from metropolitan San Antonio. Somerset was first known for its abundant oil industry, and a nearby coal mine added to the popularity of this city. Somerset is a small city dedicated to providing residents and visitors a friendly environment to thrive in.

Currently, two dog-friendly lodging accommodations are available in Somerset. The Country Breeze RV Park is extremely affordable and welcomes small dogs. If you are not traveling in an RV, local Airbnb rentals are available for you instead. Although specific policies regarding pets depend on individual hosts, the Airbnb properties in Somerset are generally affordable and friendly. More lodging options are also available in nearby cities, such as San Antonio.

There are no dog-friendly restaurants in Somerset, but nearby cities have plenty of places where you can chow down with your hound. Unsurprisingly, you’ll find many highly-rated, Fido-friendly eateries in San Antonio. This muttropolis is home to just under three hundred pet-friendly restaurants that will have something for even the pickiest of eaters.

Somerset might not have very many dog-centric amenities of its own, but its close proximity to San Antonio means that you’ll never be far from dog-friendly fun!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Somerset

Somerset

48
Population Density
820 per sq. mi.

Somerset

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The tiny town of Somerset is south of the large metropolitan area of San Antonio. Vernon G. Schimel Memorial Park is the town’s only park. This park has a playground, some areas of shaded walking, picnic tables, and a shelter. Dogs are allowed in the park as long as they are leashed and cleaned up after. Schimel Park is a hub for many of the festivities in the town. A Country Breeze RV Park is located at 19575 Benton City Rd. This RV park has short and longer term visitors. The RV park attracts many older people, and a few families. Many of these people travel with their dogs. Dogs are allowed as long as they remain on leash.

Hidden Cove/Indian Creek

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,006 per sq. mi.

Hidden Cove/Indian Creek

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Somerset is about 20 miles south of the San Antonio city limits. The city of San Antonio loves dogs. The city has 7 dogs parks situated in all parts of the city. Pearsall Dog Park is located at 4700 Old Pearson Road. Pearsall Dog Park is a favorite play place for the neighborhood and visiting dogs. It is free and accessible 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. This park has a separate space for the smaller dogs. Several pieces of agility equipment are in the main enclosure. The dog park also has water fountains for dogs and people. The surface of this dog park is flat with some sparse grass and desert flora. Picnic tables dot the park. The whole of Pearsall Park is over 500 acres with miles of trails. Dogs are allowed on leash in the main park.

Inner West Side

24
Dog Parks
2 parks

Population Density
3,005 per sq. mi.

Inner West Side

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Somerset is about 20 miles south of San Antonio’s City limits. San Antonio is the place to go for dog parks. The city has 7 dogs parks located all throughout the city, so you and Fido will be spoiled for choice. Tom Slick Dog Park is an one-acre dog park located at 7400 Highway 151. Slick Dog Park offers dogs the opportunity to socialize and play off-leash. It also has a separate area for small dogs. This dog park is open from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. The city of San Antonio has plans to add lights to this dog park. This dog park has water fountains for people and dogs. Dogs have a place to rinse off, too. Benches and picnic tables are added features of this dog park. Another dog park is located at the Timber Creek entrance to the main park.

Downtown San Antonio

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,820 per sq. mi.

Downtown San Antonio

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Somerset is 20 miles south of the city limits of San Antonio. In case you haven’t guessed already, you’ll find more dog parks in this neighborhood! Madison Square Dog Park is located at 400 Lexington. This dog park is conveniently located in the heart of the city, near many restaurants, hotels, and tourist attractions. This dog park provides resident and visitor dogs a chance to run off-leash. Dogs play and socialize in one grassy fenced area. There is no separate area for small dogs. The dog park has water fountains for dogs and people. This 26-acre park also has benches and picnic tables where owners can rest while they watch Fido. The main park has paved tree-lined walkways for easy outdoor walking. Dogs must be on leash when outside the dog park. 

Uptown

0
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,258 per sq. mi.

Uptown

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In case you haven’t found a dog park in San Antonio that you like, Uptown has another choice for you. The 1.5-acre McAllister Dog Park is a fenced, grassy space for dogs to run and play off-leash. A few pieces of agility equipment are good for extra climbing fun. There is no separate space for the small dogs. There are water fountains for people and dogs. Benches and picnic benches give the human companions a place to sit while watching their pup at play. The dog park is open from 5 a.m. until 11 p.m. There is no lighting in the dog park, so be mindful of that. The main park also has opportunities for outdoor exercise for dog and human companion. The main park has numerous scenic hiking trails. Dogs must be on leash when outside of the dog park.