Dog walking in Waynesboro

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How it works

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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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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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Anthony CWaynesboro, VA 22980

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“Because your house is not a zoo!”

Hi! I'm Anthony. I'm a teacher with ten years of animal experience, and I work as a volunteer for animal shelters. I'm excited to spend time with your pup - adventures await! www.AntAndTheDog.wixsite.com/dogtraining

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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, Obedience training, Behavioral training, Socialization training, Potty training, Puppy training

Lindsey CWaynesboro, VA 22980

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“Always available, always flexible”

Hi, my name is Lindsey. I just recently moved to the Baltimore area. I left two dogs at home with my parents - a three-year-old St. Bernard mix named Comet and a nine-year-old Labrador mix named Reese. I have plenty of experience caring for both my own pets, and petsitting for other families. I've never met a dog I don't like, but I know that some furry friends can take some warming up to. I am prepared and excited to get to know your pets!

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Oral medicine administration, High energy dogs, Puppy care

Danielle DWaynesboro, VA 22980

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Hi! I'm Danielle. My dog died over the holidays. I'm not in a position right now to get a new dog, but besides the company I also really miss the walks! Honestly, I just want some time to walk with a dog - getting paid is just a nice benefit. I've had dogs my whole life (except in undergrad) ranging from 15-80 lbs. I'm comfortable with bouncy puppies, older dogs, dogs with prey drives, and dogs who are leash aggressive. I look forward to meeting your doggo! Thanks in advance for the dog fix.

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Hannah RWaynesboro, VA 22980

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Hi, my name is Hannah and I’m a pet parent to a cocker spaniel named Sheldon and a boxer named Jean Luc, they are my world! I’ve grown up with dogs all my life so I’m very well versed with pets. I love being outdoors and active and I’m not afraid of a little rain or snow!

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Brittney JWaynesboro, VA 22980

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HI! My name is Brittney and I am so excited to be a part of Wag! I grew up raising two beautiful and energetic Dalmations and LOVE spending time with any and all dogs! I also spend lots of time around a Belgian Malinois police K9 pup, boxers mixes, yorkies, and many other breeds!

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Chloe LWaynesboro, VA 22980

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Hello! I'm Chloe, I'm 18 years old and have spent my entire life around animals! When I was born, I was born a few days a part from a golden retriever named Lucy, and thus spent my early life attached to that dogs hip. My family takes in rescued animals, so I have raised cats from birth, and taken care of injured animals all my life. My father is a goat farmer who owns 8 dogs, so I know my way around a few pups of all varieties! I'm excited to have the opportunity to meet new pups!

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Dog Walking in Waynesboro

Designated as part of the Appalachian Trail Community, Waynesboro is an excellent area for doggie parents to live or visit. If you and your pup love the outdoors, you can enjoy walking through 500 miles of trails in the Shenandoah National Park while checking off destinations on your bucket list. Pups who enjoy the water will also want to experience the Waynesboro Water Trail that stretches from Ridgeview Park to Basic Park along the South River. You can put in your canoe or kayak and paddle down a stretch of 4 miles taking in the sunshine and scenic views.

Keeping Fido healthy is important, and 3 veterinarian clinics in town are committed to providing compassionate and professional care for your pup. Whether your pooch needs routine care, surgery, or emergency services, the vets in Waynesboro will take care of all your needs. After a visit to the doctor, you may want to visit South Paws K9 Bakery and treat your pup to a special treat made with organic ingredients.

Dining out with your pooch is also convenient with over 10 restaurants that offer dog-friendly seating. You and Fido can enjoy delicious BBQ at EBF Smokehouse where the outdoor tables allow you to spend time quality time with your family. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Waynesboro

Oak Hill

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
748 per sq. mi.

Oak Hill

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Large yards and dog-friendly neighbors are key features of the Oak Hill neighborhood. Whether you are visiting friends in the area, or you live in one of the homes, your pup will be sure to find new playmates at Coyner Springs Dog Park. This is a 300 acre nature area offering trails and a picnic area. The park is not fenced, but there are wide open spaces where your pooch can run off-leash. Many locals spend Saturday afternoons walking the trails and allowing their pup to have a sniff-tastic good time. Be sure to bring your own water bottles and doggie waste bags to keep the dog park clean for all your doggie pals. 

Tree Street

36
Population Density
1,505 per sq. mi.

Tree Street

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When traveling through the Tree Street neighborhood, be sure to stop off at Ridgeview Park where Fido can enjoy 85-acres of grassy area. Paved trails meander through the park where shaded benches offer a spot to sit down and relax while your pup enjoys a drink of water. Gardens and nature trails provide the perfect opportunity to exercise with your pooch and enjoy the beauty of flowers and plants. After an afternoon walking the trails, head over to Kline’s Dairy Bar where Fido can lap up some ice cream and cool off on a hot day. If you are just visiting, consider staying in one of the affordable pet-friendly rooms offered at the Best Western Plus Waynesboro Inn & Suites. 

Basic City

24
Population Density
1,208 per sq. mi.

Basic City

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Fido and his friends will enjoy frolicking in the grass at Constitution Park in the Basic City neighborhood. The park is open from sunrise to sunset, so head over in the morning and walk the trails while enjoying the sunrise on a beautiful day. Your pooch can accompany you to many of the festivals and car shows held in the park each year, but you will want to make sure to bring water bottles and a bowl to enjoy a cool drink. Sam’s Hot Dog Stand is located nearby where you and your pup can sample hot dogs and BBQ at the outdoor tables.

Dorcliffe

12
Population Density
1,716 per sq. mi.

Dorcliffe

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The Dorcliffe neighborhood offers pups and their owners great opportunities for exercise and walking through scenic trails. Basic Park features 18-acres of space, including a spot to go fishing on the South River. The park is also where you and your dog can access the Waynesboro Water Trail and float down the river admiring the views. Another pooch-friendly area is North Park where your pup can spend time running through 14-acres of grassy areas. The playground equipment is perfect for the children, and during baseball games, you can visit the concession stand and purchase snacks for the family.

Evershire

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Population Density
1,115 per sq. mi.

Evershire

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Waynesboro is well-known for its amazing hiking opportunities along the Appalachian Trail. You and your dog can access the Greenway Trail in the Evershire neighborhood where pup owners will often spend time walking along the South River. The trail continues to be developed, and will eventually connect to Crozet Tunnel, offering even more miles to walk your pup. The trail currently connects to other parks throughout the city, and provides the perfect space to safely walk your pooch and meet up with furry companions. Remember to bring water bottles so you and Fido can enjoy a cool drink on a hot day, and bring your own doggie waste bags to clean up and keep the nature area looking great.