Dog walking in Centralia

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How it works

Flexible scheduling

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

Customized for your pup

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

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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Menno SCentralia, WA

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Hello, I'm Menno and I have been walking dogs for neighbors and friends since I was twelve years old. I specialize in taking dogs on trail runs, but am more than happy to offer walks of any length and pace.

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Can run with dogs, Fast walker

Haleigh SCentralia, WA

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“Dog hair is my glitter.”

Chihuahua or Great Dane, energetic puppy or slow-going senior - it makes no difference to me. I’ve walked them all. I’ll treat your pup as if they were my own.

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

Dog Walking in Centralia

Centralia in Washington gets its name from being in the center point of two major cities, Portland in Oregon and Seattle in Washington.  The central location makes it a popular place to stop and live, especially for four-legged residents. There are two animal hospitals in the city and an all-around dog-friendly atmosphere throughout.

Head over to the Fort Borst Dog Park to find the best place in Centralia to bring your pooch, with large trees that provide plenty of shade and large open areas for running around. The area is completely fenced in for off-leash play, with separate areas for larger and smaller dogs, benches, clean-up stations, water spigot, and water bowls. The dog park is in the larger park of Fort Borst Park, with over 111 acres of grassy areas, paved trails, lake access, and picnic shelters that are open to leashed pups.

If you and your pup want to get more in touch with nature, then the Seminary Hill Natural Area is the best option for this. The area is 71 acres of untouched nature, with a hilly terrain that looks over the town. There's a 2.25-mile trail that's dog-friendly, with picnic tables, a parking area, and open spaces. Dogs must remain on a leash, and don't furget clean-up bags and water.

Centralia really opens up all its spaces for pups and gives them plenty of options to run around, play, and get exercise no matter what part of town they live in.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Centralia

Blakeslee Junction

48
Population Density
2,320 per sq. mi.

Blakeslee Junction

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Blakeslee Junction is a small neighborhood in the northwestern part of the city, filled with residential homes and roads. Among the area is the dog-friendly Rotary Riverside Park, a 14-acre area with open spaces and lots of shade thanks to the numerous trees throughout the park. Dogs must remain on a leash inside the park, but have access to water fountains, paved trails, access to the Skookumchuck River, a covered pavilion, trash bins, and lots of benches! If you and your pooch are hungry, head down to Bocatta, a dog-friendly restaurant that serves Mediterranean cuisine, complimentary water for Fido, and provides dog-friendly outdoor seating.

Centralia City Center

36
Population Density
4,186 per sq. mi.

Centralia City Center

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The Centralia City Center is home to the downtown district of Centralia, with busy shop streets and businesses. Among the bustling surroundings is the Cedar Street Park, a small .41-acre area with an open space for leashed pups to enjoy. The park also has a perimeter trail, fenced-in basketball court, and playground that Fido can run around on. Additional amenities include water fountains, trash bins, and benches. Another popular park in the neighborhood is Wagner Park, a small waterfront park with swimming and fishing access. The park has lots of green space and dirt trails that are open to leashed pups, but owners will need to bring water and clean-up bags.

Edison

24
Population Density
963 per sq. mi.

Edison

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Edison is the smallest neighborhood in the city, featuring wooded surroundings and a peaceful environment. Inside the neighborhood is the George Washington Park, a 2-acre area with paved paths, benches, a gorgeous gazebo, and historic structures. The area is usually quiet and dog-friendly, and is open to leashed pups. Additional features include benches, water fountains, trash bins, and nighttime lights. After a fun time running around and socializing at the park, you and your pup should walk down the street to Dawn's Delectables. This restaurant is known for its sweet delights and milkshakes, and provides pet-friendly seating outside.

Newaukum

12
Population Density
248 per sq. mi.

Newaukum

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Newaukumis is the largest neighborhood in Centralia, and is made up mostly by the untamed forests of Washington. The natural area provides a 100-acre park on the south side of the neighborhood called Stan Hedwall Park. Perfect for any human or a leashed pooch who loves a good nature walk, this park provides 3 miles of nature and paved trails, large open spaces,and river access to the Newaukum River for swimming, fishing, or dog-friendly kayaking. Additional features include a pavilion, tables, benches, trash bins, grilling areas, nighttime lights, and clean-up stations. The park also has a camping site that's dog-friendly, with different spots for tent and RV camping.

Wabash

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Population Density
400 per sq. mi.

Wabash

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The neighborhood of Wabash is in the northeastern part of the city and use to be made up of large farmlands. Nowadays, a lot of those lands has been converted to dog-friendly parks, like the Schaeffer County Park. Dogs are allowed to run around off-leash in this park, although the park is not fenced-in at all, so be sure your pup has good recall. The area has 2.9 miles of dirt and paved trails, with a bridge going over the Skookumchuck River, and access points for swimming, fishing, and a boat launch. There are water fountains, benches, trash bins, and clean-up stations, making this park puptastic!