Dog walking in College Place

Book on demand and scheduled walks with local dog walkers

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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Alex DCollege Place, WA

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I love ALL animals, but especially Dogs! I've had dogs most of my life and am currently raising two Border Collies (brother and sister!). When I am not busy playing with my own dogs, I'd like to take care of yours. I am a full-time stay-at-home Dog Dad, which means that my schedule is very flexible and I can be available most anytime that works for you. I promise to treat your fur-kids as if they were my own, and they'll get nothing but love and affection from me. I'm happy to do whatever level of activity your dog prefers! Whether they want to play ball, go for a walk, or just snuggle.

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Shasta SCollege Place, WA

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Whether your dog likes long hikes or short walks, is calm or rambunctious, is small or big, I would feel honored to get a chance to get to know them. I have experience with lots of different dog personality types and have two of my own. I'm a student at Whitman College and I am home for the summer. I would love to explore some neighborhoods with your pup at my side.

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Phillip TCollege Place, WA

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Hi! My name is Phillip, and I’m a student at Whitman who just moved to Walla Walla! At home, I have a black Lab and am used to taking him on both short and long walks. I thoroughly enjoy being outdoors, and apart from my schoolwork have quite an open schedule, with most evenings open! I love all forms of dogs, and can ensure that your dog is safe with me!

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

Emma PCollege Place, WA

4.9

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Hello! I am a dog lover and owner who has always loved walking dogs. I have been the owner and primary walker of a rowdy and gigantic mutt for 10 years, so I am able to handle dogs of all sizes and energy levels. I am so excited to get to hang out with your sweet pups!

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

Hailey WCollege Place, WA

4.9

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Hi, I'm Hailey! I'm the mother to a spoiled rotten Yorkie named Fenrir. I've had him for four years. A few months ago I bought a rescue cat into my life, Moses! I also grew up around dogs and cats. I love animals, and any day that I get to meet a new one is a good day! I'd love to meet and spoil your fur baby, as well!

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Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, Puppy care

Dog Walking in College Place

College Place is a midsized city in Walla Walla County. Nestled in the lush Walla Walla Valley, it is surrounded by farms and orchards that produce renowned wine and crops, including the famous Walla Walla sweet onion. This welcoming community is also home to Walla Walla University. As your pup walks around town, they’ll enjoy the cool college town vibe. Although College Place does not have its own veterinary clinic, canine care is just minutes away in Walla Walla.

Whether your pup lives here full time or is just passing through, they’ll love spending time in College Place’s Kiwanis Park. It spreads across seven acres, so there’s plenty of room for your furry friend to roam. While two legged visitors keep busy with a game of pickleball or basketball, four legged visitors can sniff around the large patch of grass. Shade trees are scattered throughout the park, so bring a blanket and lunch and enjoy a picnic in the park with your pup. Don’t forget to bring a biscuit or two for your pooch! Dogs must be on leash while in the park and pet parents need to clean up after their fur babies.

No bones about it, College Place is sure to make your dog’s tail wag!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in College Place

South College Place

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Population Density
3,929 per sq. mi.

South College Place

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If your doggo has been lying around the house all day, grab the leash and head over to Lions Park for a delightful evening stroll. Let your pup’s nose be the guide as you aimlessly wander around the large grass area. Or take a brisk walk around the paved path for a little doggy cardio. Shade trees, a babbling creek, and a fishing pond make this park even more pawsome. To add some mileage to your walk, exit the park to the east and hop on the path that runs alongside Garrison Creek. You can also check out Harvest Meadows Park. It’s on the smaller side, but it’s definitely worth a visit!

West Walla Walla

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,150 per sq. mi.

West Walla Walla

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If your pooch is bouncing off the walls, it’s time for a trip to the Walla Walla Dog Park. Located inside Fort Walla Walla Park, this pupperific off leash area is just five minutes from College Place. Your doggo can ditch the leash and run around to their heart’s content. They’ll burn off extra energy while romping around with new furry friends. There is a separate section for petite pooches, and water is always available. After your pal is finished playing, clip on the leash and stroll around the main area of the park. Your dog can commune with nature as they follow the trail through groves of trees in the undeveloped section of this beautiful park. 

Washington Park

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Population Density
2,237 per sq. mi.

Washington Park

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Everyone knows dogs and parks are a match made in heaven. So treat your pooch to an afternoon in Washington Park. Since it’s only a five minute drive from College Place, your pup won’t have to wait long to have fun in the sun. Not only does this park have a splash pad, playground, sport courts, and soccer fields, it also has a furrific walking path and large open lawn area. Take some laps around the pathway so your furry friend can get some much needed exercise. Be sure to bring water and clean up bags. Your pal will need a big drink of cold water after their workout!

Pioneer Park

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Population Density
3,245 per sq. mi.

Pioneer Park

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Pioneer Park is Walla Walla’s oldest park and is pawsitively one of the best parks in town! Just over 10 minutes east of College Place, this massive park is chock full of furrific amenities. Whether your pal wants to stroll around a large grassy field, explore a puptastic network of paved walking paths, or just chill under a shade tree, this park has what they’re looking for. While wandering around, be sure to check out the outdoor aviary, historic cannon on display, and fragrant rose garden. Remember to keep your pal on leash and clean up whatever they put down. Make no mistake, your pooch will go mutts over this park!

Menlo Park/ Green Park

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Population Density
6,991 per sq. mi.

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This Walla Walla neighborhood is home to Menlo Park, a pawsome neighborhood green space lined with mature shade trees. Since it’s just 10 minutes from College Place, it’s a puptastic spot to spend some time with your pooch.  On any given day, this park is bustling with locals, so your pup can practice socializing while also getting some exercise. As you wander around the open lawn, let your doggo sniff the trees and look for squirrels. For a change of scenery, pop over to Wildwood Park. Besides having a playground, sport courts, and a ball field, this park features a grass area that’s just calling your pup’s name!