Dog walking in Tyler

Book on demand and scheduled walks with local dog walkers

How it works

illustration

Flexible scheduling

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

illustration

Customized for your pup

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

illustration

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.

Book walkers near you

Marissa NTyler, TX

5.0

(78)

Book now

Hello! I am currently a graduate student in Tyler looking to meet some new furry friends. Need a scheduled walker for your pup or a last minute walk? Great! I am here for all you dog walking needs! I love to be outside with the pups and help them meet their walking needs and see their tails wag with happiness!

Background Checked

High Demand

Top Pet Caregiver

Specialties

Can run with dogs, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Potty training, Puppy training

Kathryn RTyler, TX

5.0

(34)

Book now

“Your dog will be so much happier after our walk!”

My name is Katie! I grew up with one dog and one cat, which has instilled in me an absolute love for animals. Currently I live with my sister, two of our cats, and our baby which is a golden retriever mix. He was a rescue and is now 3 years old. I know how important it is to have your babies taken care of while you’re not able to be at home, and I will help you out.

Background Checked

Top Pet Caregiver

Specialties

Oral medicine administration, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience

Emily WTyler, TX

5.0

(27)

Book now

My name is Emily & I am 28 years old. Growing up I have had a few dogs in my childhood, but as my adult life I got my first baby last year! He is my absolute world, & i take care of him as much as possible & take him for walks every day that is possible.i thought it would be a great way to make more income since I love dogs so much!

Background Checked

Miranda NTyler, TX

5.0

(20)

Book now

Hey guys! I’m a student at Blinn major in one Radiologic Technology. I’ve grown up around dogs, horses, donkeys, cats, and almost anything else you can think of. I love animals two is my own here in the bcs area. Copper is the newest addition to the family and he is a standard dachshund. Sadies is a blue heeler husky mix.

Background Checked

Wyatt ATyler, TX

5.0

(11)

Book now

Hello! My name is Wyatt. I am an RN and I love dogs of all sizes and personalities, and look forward to spending some of my free time walking dogs around the city. I look forward to the walks, belly rubs, and scratches I get to share with your pup!

Background Checked

Specialties

Oral medicine administration, Fast walker

Donna RTyler, TX

4.9

(375)

Book now

“I respect and nurture a dogs needs!”

I am currently the proud owner of a Deer Chihuahua. Additionally, I have walked many dogs throughout my life and absolutely enjoy their companionship! Growing up in a family of six, we had five dogs, varying in sizes and personalities. I admire a dogs playful nature and believe in the importance of meeting their daily needs, such as receiving regular excercise, fresh water, food, and lots of love!

Background Checked

High Demand

Specialties

Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, Fast walker, Training experience

Lisa STyler, TX

4.9

(33)

Book now

I am a pet owner and animal lover. I have experience caring for all domestic and livestock animals. I have worked for the Comal County Sheriffs office capturing, transporting and caring for stray livestock. I am comfortable with administering oral and topical medications as well as giving injections. I will ensure the safety and well being of all animals in my care during walks and visits.

Background Checked

Olivia STyler, TX

4.9

(31)

Book now

I'm Olivia and I recently moved into the area for graduate school. I am an avid lover of dogs and have cared for several furry friends throughout my life. I've been the primary caretaker for our family dogs since I was a teen and have dog-sat for family friends on several occasions. I am currently spending long days writing my dissertation and dog walks help break up the day and provide a much needed break. I am very flexible regarding the kind of walk your dog needs (time, pace, etc.).

Background Checked

Specialties

Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull

Stephanie STyler, TX

4.9

(17)

Book now

I am Stephanie, a graduate student working on my doctorate in clinical psychology. I have been caring for dogs for over 10 years. I spent multiple years working for a dog adoption organization caring for a wide variety of animals and have had extensive dog sitting experience. I have experience administering medication and working with senior dogs, as well as puppies and large breed dogs. I'm happy to answer any questions and am flexible to work with your needs. I would love to care for your dog while you are away!

Background Checked

Ria ETyler, TX

4.9

(16)

Book now

I am a stay at home dog mom so my availability is completely open for your convenience. I love taking pets on walks, especially on a beautiful day. I walk them at your preferred locations, and take plenty of photos as well as help with any problems you may have during walks. Just let me know what they are because I'm great at training!

Background Checked

Dog Walking in Tyler

When you are in Tyler, Texas, you must stop at the Rose Rudman Trail. A large park with trails for walking, biking, and jogging with your furry friend. They have water fountains and pet waste bins as well to keep your dog hydrated, and the park cleaned up. Your dog will enjoy the exercise, and when you need some shade to cool down, there are plenty of picnic pavilions to choose from.

Every year there is a cancer awareness walk for humans and their dogs to take part in. It is called the Bark for Life walk, and it is a non-competitive event that helps raise funds for cancer research. There are games and activities for everyone on that day. You will be making a difference while enjoying a walk with your best friend.

Tyler has many places to stay that will welcome your pets just as much as you, some of which are the Hawthorn Suites and Candlewood Suites. Both have pet-friendly rooms and are available for an extended stay if you are on a long holiday.

When you and Rover are ready for a "bite", stop into Jason's Deli for a tasty, custom-made sandwich. Your dog can join you on the outside terrace for a sunny snooze while you fill up. Tyler is a great city to experience with plenty of ways to get out and have fun with your pet. Your pet will thank you for the days out and adventures to be had!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Tyler

FM 2813/ Neighbors Rd

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
19,891 per sq. mi.

FM 2813/ Neighbors Rd

48

The Tyler Sunrise Paw Park is a great dog park to take Fido to where he can enjoy his afternoon running around with buddies. The park is separated by large and small breeds, and each section has benches, clean-up bags, and water. There is a small pavilion to help provide shade, and there is even a small doggie wash station right outside of the park in case your pup gets a little messy. The park is free and open 24/7. Your dog will love being able to run free and enjoy himself in this large, grassy space.

S Southwest Loop 323/ Noonday Rd

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,780 per sq. mi.

S Southwest Loop 323/ Noonday Rd

36

If you’re looking for a fun dog park to take your pup to, then check out Peltier Subaru Dog Park. This dog park is filled with lush grass that is perfect for playing, and offers water fountains, clean-up bags, and toys that locals drop off all the time. The park is separated into a large dog and small dog section, and there is even a scenic trail that the two of you can walk around and explore. There are plenty of trees for shade here, so you don’t need to worry about your pup getting overheated. The park is free, but closed on Sundays.


FM 2661/ Route 31

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
3,780 per sq. mi.

FM 2661/ Route 31

24

The Lucky Dog Park is a great facility to take your pup to for some obedience training and off-leash running. Lucky Dog offers a wide range of training and allows their park to be open to dogs once training is complete. Besides that, they also let their facility be rented out for dog-related events. Their 2-acre park is packed dirt and grass, the perfect mixture for fetch and be sure to bring some water with you when visiting so your pup can stay hydrated. The best thing about Lucky Dog Park is if the weather is bad they have an indoor facility that your dogs can run around and still have a great time.


S Broadway Ave/ Cumberland Rd

12
Population Density
32,443 per sq. mi.

S Broadway Ave/ Cumberland Rd

12

If you and your pup are walking around and get the hankering for some food, stop by some of the local dog friendly eateries the neighborhood has to offer. Razzoo’s serves a Cajun inspired menu and loves when your dog joins you on their outdoor patio. Grub Burger Bar offers tasty burgers, fries, and shakes, plus they have a dog friendly outdoor patio, and the south side of their building allows dogs too. Once you and your dog finish eating, you can continue your walk throughout the neighborhood before returning home for a relaxing evening. Residence Inn by Marriott Tyler is down the street from these two restaurants and welcomes your dog to join you for a stay at their hotel.


Athens City Center

0
Population Density
6,416 per sq. mi.

Athens City Center

0

If you and your pup are looking for a great weekend adventure, then be sure to take a trip to the town of Athens. Athens is 45 minutes out of Tyler, but it is home to East Texas Arboretum and Botanical Society. This 104-acre public park has over two miles of nature trails, formal gardens, a play garden, picnic areas, and a museum. Leashed dogs are welcome to join you as you roam around the botanical society, but make sure you keep an eye on them since animals, like frogs and squirrels, do wander around and are likely to be spotted by your pup.