Dog walking in Weatherford

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Flexible scheduling

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

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Customized for your pup

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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Kendra WWeatherford, TX

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“Loving your dog like my own ❤”

Hi there! My name is Kendra and I have been walking dogs professionally for almost 4 years! I believe that dogs are members of the family and should be treated as such. I look forward to meeting and spending quality time with yours! Promo code: KENDRA5104

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Dog first aid and/or CPR, 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

Hannah BWeatherford, TX

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I have always adored animals, especially dogs. I grew up petsitting and training dogs for family, friends, and all of their friends. I have a Siberian Husky of my own and she is everything to me and I will treat yours just as I would treat my own. I love the feeling of making a dog happy, and I would be so excited to do whatever I can for your precious pup.

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Trista BWeatherford, TX

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“Walking and Wagging”

Hello! My name is Trista and I live in Aledo (Walsh Ranch). I have grown up with animals all of my life, and cannot remember a time when I didn’t have a dog of my own. Growing up on a farm I’ve learned patience not only for dogs, but for all animals. I am a military wife looking to fill my days with dogs of all kinds. I look forward to meeting your dogs and taking them out and about!

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

Dacia WWeatherford, TX

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Hi there! I’m Dacia and I’m super excited to meet your four legged friend. I am a life long animal lover and dog mom to 3 beautiful pups. I’ve never met a dog I haven’t loved in my 5 years experience as a veterinary practice manager prior to my relocation to Fort Worth. I have had experience with senior dogs requiring medication and special attention, as well as young pups who need some extra play time. No job, or dog, is too big or small! Let the fun begin!

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Cheryl CWeatherford, TX

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Animal lover Owner of 3 dogs and a Tortoise named Chuck I’m excited to help others and their pets I understand the work and love it takes to care for animals everyday I’m a trustworthy person

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Emily KWeatherford, TX

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Hi! I have been an animal lover my whole life. My family had dogs growing up, and I got my own dog as soon as I finished school. I currently have three dogs, and I have experience walking and sitting many types of dogs, from a 15-pound terrier mix to a 130-pound Tibetan mastiff. I have taught several large dogs to walk on leashes. I can't wait to meet you and your pup!

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

Danny DWeatherford, TX

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Hello puppy parents! My name is Danny, I'm a nursing student, a United States Marine Corps veteran, and I love dogs! I'm a total animal person and have been walking, training and caring for dogs (and other animals) for 9 years. I take pet safety very seriously! I currently own two very energetic Great Danes, so I can assure you that no pet is too much for me. I'm reliable, honest, and patient with humans and animals alike. I also follow directions well, so you can trust that your

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Jeremy BWeatherford, TX

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Hello, I’m Jeremy my current location is Azle, Texas. I have four dogs two labs and two Aussies

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Mary CWeatherford, TX

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I’m a dog and animal lover! I have two dogs of my own who I love like my children and will treat your fur babies just the same. I respect dogs and will honor yours and their needs. You and your dogs will love me.

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Arianna FWeatherford, TX

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“Walking to keep their tail wagging”

I have always been around different animals growing up and I have owned many dogs throughout my life, I currently own two dogs a Scottish terrier and a Westie. I am known to have a connection with animals and enjoy seeing every pet’s different personalities. I will love to run with your fur baby if they are able to run. Every pet I walk I will treat them as if they were my own. I cannot wait to meet your fur baby and take them for a nice adventure they deserve.

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Dog Walking in Weatherford

Clear blue sky, warm sunshine, green grass, tall shade trees, beautiful foliage, peaceful silence…these words describe the place of a nature lover’s dreams. But that’s all it is, right? A dream? Wrong! Lake Mineral Wells State Trailway is part of the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, an organization dedicated to reviving old railways and turning them into community trails. Dogs are welcome on Lake Mineral Wells State Trailway as long as they’re on their leashes at all times and cleaned up after.

A quick 20-minute drive to Fort Worth is all it takes to arrive at a doggie Heaven-on-Earth. Fort Woof Dog Park is located on Gateway Park Drive in Fort Worth, and it has separate areas, specifically designed and placed for large dogs and small dogs. A doggie playground, water fountain, and a shaded seating area for owners are all included in this park that is open from 5:00 a.m. to 11:30 p.m., seven days a week. There is no admission fee to utilize this park, and potty bags are provided.

If your Weatherford, Texas, dog isn’t the biggest fan of road trips, Fort Woof, and this next park may not be your cup of tea, but for all other pet owns, they’re a slam dunk. Tails ‘N Trails is a one-acre dog park located on Green Oaks Boulevard in Arlington, Texas. In this park, you'll feel comfortable bringing any size dog, as the small dogs stick with their pack, and the big dogs stick with there, this ensures there're no dogs getting run over or hurt. As well as a wooded area behind the park that has dog-friendly trails just begging to be explored!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Weatherford

Old Mineral Wells

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Population Density
972 per sq. mi.

Old Mineral Wells

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Love Street Park is a great park to take your pup for some outdoor fun and exercise. The park offers a ¼ mile walking trail, perfect for a walk before work, plus basketball courts, an all-purpose field, picnic areas, and a pond. Even though the pond may seem tempting to swim in, there are a lot of fishermen who frequent it, so it’s better to keep Fido out of the water. The pond can still be enjoyed by the bridge that goes over it or from the fishing dock. You and your dog can also enjoy the pavilion that provides plenty of shade, or all the grass the surrounds you which is perfect for fetch.

Fort Worth Hwy/ E Bankhead Hwy

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Population Density
4,931 per sq. mi.

Fort Worth Hwy/ E Bankhead Hwy

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If you’re looking to bombard your dog with activities then head over to Holland Lake Park. Holland Lake Park offers 49-acres of beautiful park to explore plus nature trails that are over 1-mile long. The park also has a pavilion for shade, picnic tables, and BBQ pits. The lake always has natural wildlife roaming around it, like ducks, so be sure to watch your dog. Holland Park even holds cool events like drive-in movies that the two of you can enjoy on a nice evening out. If you need a place to stay, try the nearby Weatherford Heritage Inn, where your dog of 25 pounds or less can stay with you for a fee.


City Center

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Population Density
1,746 per sq. mi.

City Center

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City Center is the perfect spot to visit if you and your pup need to grab some brunch. Stop in at Sunny Street, a restaurant that serves hearty breakfasts and lunches. Sunny Street has an outdoor patio that welcomes your pup to join you for some good food. Locals love the chicken fried steak and eggs, chorizo breakfast tacos, or stuffed biscuit and gravy. The staff is super friendly to your pup when they visit and maybe they will even be snuck some bacon. After brunch, the two of you can continue to walk around City Center and enjoy your day, plus work off that amazing brunch you ate.


Millsap

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Population Density
1,270 per sq. mi.

Millsap

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Solider Spring Park is a lovely park to take your dog for a great walk or jog session. The park is open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. and is divided into two sections. The trails that Solider Spring Park offers is a mix of paved trail and gravel, and an open meadow. The park also has some history as it was a camp for civil war fighters during the war. The park is relatively secluded, which means that  you and your pup can enjoy your walk without being bothered. Do note that deer can often be seen in the park.


Graford

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2,463 per sq. mi.

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Cartwright Park is the largest city park in Weatherford, which makes it the perfect park for you and Fido to visit. Cartwright Park has the Sunshine Lake, a 30-acre lake which is perfect for cooling off and relaxing. They also have a multipurpose field which is great for fetch and over 30 picnic tables to relax at. The park does have a lot of natural wildlife including deer, foxes, ducks, armadillos, and coyotes so just keep a close eye on your pup while visiting for everyone’s safety. If you and the pup are up for an adventure, Cartwright Park is also the beginning of the Mineral Wells State Park Trail. Follow the trail for 20 miles into the town of Mineral Wells for a long expedition.