Dog walking in Leesburg

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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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Louis SLeesburg, VA

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Hello, I'm Louis! I grew up in Maryland with a beagle named Milo and currently have a Shiba Inu named Thor. I started dog walking for my neighbors since i was 14 yrs old and I've enjoyed it ever since. I enjoy meeting new dogs and getting to know them, as I know that every dog is different. I will make sure to provide you with the best Wag! experience possible and make sure your dog is loved and taken care for.

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Francesca MLeesburg, VA

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“Must Love Dogs”

Hello there! I am a dog owner and lover who has been professionally walking dogs for the past 5 years. I have worked with pups to seasoned dogs, and teacup breeds to Rottweilers. I look forward to meeting you and providing a fun adventure for your furry friend while you are away!

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

Skylar SLeesburg, VA

4.9

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“Full time. Any dog. Any weather. Extended hours :)”

Dog walking is my life! I can read dogs very well and quickly gain their trust and obedience. I’m great with high energy dogs, stubborn dogs, dogs that pull, dogs that snap, escape artists, dogs with dominance issues, dogs with triggers, handling multiple dogs at once and any other scenario concerning safety. I’m gentle, affectionate, attentive, protective, and caring and will provide the perfect experience no matter your dog’s size, breed, or temperament. Thanks for choosing me as your walker!

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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, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Nick NLeesburg, VA

4.9

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My name is Nick and I currently own a German Shepherd that I have hiked with for many miles in all kinds of weather. Bruno and I are a certified therapy team through Cornell Companions. We have taken classes from puppy up to K9 good citizen and were certified for the national temperament test. I love dogs, photography and cooking. I try to keep the concerns of Wag, pets and their owners my priority.

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Donna MLeesburg, VA

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“I kinda like dogs better than humans! Lol :-)”

Hello, my name is Donna and I have been a dog owner (and lover) for most of my life! I have owned many different breeds of dogs and have developed a special relationship with every single one of them. I also enjoy being outside. Our pups are members of our family and I will go the extra mile to make sure your fur baby is well-taken care of. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to meet and walk your pup!

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

Sandy LLeesburg, VA

4.9

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“I'll care for your dog like my own!”

Hi, I'm Sandy! I live in Montgomery Village, MD, and will be walking dogs in the Gaithersburg/Rockville/Germantown area. I've been a volunteer at the MDSPCA for 22 years, so I have a LOT of experience with dogs. I've volunteered in the kennel, wellness clinic, spay/neuter clinic, and I currently volunteer in the exam room, so I've handled all kinds of dogs in all kinds of situations, and I know how to keep them calm and remove stress from new situations. I look forward to walking your dog!

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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, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Nicole HLeesburg, VA

4.9

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“Walking to keep his tail wagging!”

Hi! I'm Nicole. I've been an animal lover since I was a child. I worked for a Vet all through college. I am currently a stay at home mom of 3. We also have 3 sweet but sometimes stubborn miniature schnauzers and 3 cats. I can't wait to to get to know your dog companions and take them on many walks!

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

Lu CLeesburg, VA

4.9

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Hi,My name is Lu and I love dogs. I've developed a fondness for cats over the years, but there is no question that I am a dog person. They just fill my heart with a joy that hardly any other category of beings in the world can. Dogs have been a part of my family for most of my life and, while I do not yet have one of my own as an adult, I spend plenty of time with my sisters' and mom's dogs. I have gone on countless walks with the dogs in my life, and enjoyed almost all of them tremendously. I also have experience feeding, bathing, and brushing them. I'm new to the DMV area and am on the lookout for new friends, human and canine alike.Thanks!

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James HLeesburg, VA

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My names is James. I am 25, and I have two Basset Hounds. I have had six dogs in my life time. I have walked a myriad of dogs for the past year. I have dog sitted numerous dogs in the past 10 years, including: Labs, German, and Australian Shepard’s, Corgi’s, Begal’s, and Basset Hounds . I am outgoing, caring, passionate, and love to be around dogs.

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Rose RLeesburg, VA

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Hi, I'm Rose. I have been a dog walker/sitter for the past 9 years. I love all dogs and enjoy walking and playing with them. I am available for walks in Reston, Herndon, Sterling and Ashburn. Look forward to meeting your furry pet kid.

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Dog Walking in Leesburg

Leesburg, Virginia is only about 30 miles from Washington, DC and this town is known for the communities deep love of their history. They must also be dog lovers because there are more than 10,000 dogs living there. In most cases, when you have that many dogs in one city, there is usually lots of dog-friendly activities, and Leesburg does not disappoint in that sense. If you like to hike check out Red Rock Park, a gorgeous 67-acre park along the Potomac River. It is a great place for exploring, and there are six trails with plenty of wildlife, Dogwoods, wildflowers, and even some historic buildings to see.

Afterward, you and Fido can check out Spanky’s Pub on East Market Street. They have an amazing sandwich known around Leesburg as “The Raider” which has turkey, bacon, cheese, onions, and jalapeno raspberry jam on jalapeno cornbread! Your pup is welcome to join you and if he doesn’t like the Raider they have seafood and burgers too.

Ready to relax? Head on over to one of the dog-friendly hotels in Leesburg. On East Market Street, you can find the Days Inn, Clarion Inn, and Best Western. There is also Homewood Suites on Fort Evans Road NE and the Lansdowne Resort on Woodridge Parkway if you do not want to stay on the main strip.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Leesburg

Historic District

48
Population Density
4,153 per sq. mi.

Historic District

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This neighborhood is certainly dog friendly, as it boasts so many amazing restaurants where you can bring your pup! All of them feature outdoor patios and tables for your dining. Shoe’s Cup and Cork is an eatery featuring unique dishes made of local, sustainable ingredients, plus local beers and wines. Puccio’s NY Deli offers sandwiches, bagels, and salads, all with a Brooklyn flair. The Trinity House Café serves up American and International cuisine, like croissants and English pub-style sandwiches and omelettes. The Blue Mountain Cafe near the Loudon Museum is a laid-back Jamaican restaurant where you can thrill to plantains, or traditional Jamaican meat dishes made with goat and oxtail, chicken or seafood. Lightfoot features New American cuisine and local wines and beers. On the east side of King St are several more: MELT Gourmet Cheeseburger; Jasmine Chinese Cuisine and Sushi; La Chocita Grill; Fireworks Pizza; and Doner Bistro, known for its live music and tasty bratwurst and schnitzel. Bone appetit!

S King St/ Catoctin Cir SE

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
4,906 per sq. mi.

S King St/ Catoctin Cir SE

36

In this neighborhood just south of Leesburg’s Historic District are 2 parks your dog will love. The Leesburg Dog Park at the Olde Isaak Walton Park is a large, fenced free-run area with grass and wood mulch ground cover where your furry bestie can romp with you and the other dogs to her heart’s content. The park provides water for the dogs, there are benches both inside and outside the fence, and it is open from dawn to dusk. A bit to the northwest of the dog park is Brandon Park, which boasts 3 acres of open space for frisbee, catch or just plain running at full speed while the humans lounge at the picnic tables. There is even a small, fenced-in playground for the little humans in the family. Be sure to bring water for everyone to Brandon Park on those hot days, as this is an open park with little shade from the sun!


Kincaid Forest

24
Population Density
2,286 per sq. mi.

Kincaid Forest

24

Kincaid Forest is a lovely community that is bordered by the Washington & Old Dominion Trail and a wooded green space, also called the Kincaid Forest. The forest features walking paths, landscaped open areas, playgrounds, a community pool and tennis courts. Dogs are welcome, as long as they remain on leash and under control. The 29-acre Tuscarora Creek Park in the north part of the neighborhood also boasts a playground, sheltered picnic area, open spaces, and access to the W&OD Trail. The trail itself is a converted rail line that stretches for 45 miles throughout the state of Virginia, from Purcellville to Shirlington. Choose a short walk, or a long hike along this scenic and historic path, as either will be sure to tire out your pup!


Wage/ Foxridge

12
Population Density
2,673 per sq. mi.

Wage/ Foxridge

12

This neighborhood provides access to Foxridge Park, a dog-friendly 5 acres with sports fields, a playground, open grassy areas for practicing catch and fetch skills, and another access point to the W&OD Trail. Walking trails that wind through the park are also open to leashed pups, as are the shady picnic pavilion for lunch and a bottle (or bowl) of water. Restrooms provide relief for the humans, but dogs must be cleaned up after. This is a great spot for all members of the family whether they are seeking a walk, want to shoot a few hoops, or just lie around in the grass and relax.


NW Leesburg

1
Population Density
5,458 per sq. mi.

NW Leesburg

1

The NW Leesburg neighborhood abuts the Ida Lee Park Recreation Center and Morven Park, 2 large and diverse recreation areas for families and dogs alike. Ida Lee Park is open every day except Christmas, and features many indoor and outdoor recreation opportunities, but it’s the grounds that gets the pooches and pooches’ humans among us excited. There is a picnic area with a shelter and tables, a gazebo for shade and shelter from the wind, and walking trails that crisscross the park, leading from the parking lot. Morven Park, just north of Ida Lee Park, offers equestrian events, three museums, picnicking, hiking, athletic fields, woodlands, a mountain ridge, historic buildings, and formal gardens. Dogs are welcome at Morven Park, but leash laws are strictly enforced: dogs are not allowed to run free on the 1000-acre property, and they must remain leashed and attached to a human at all times.