Dog walking in Freeland

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Flexible scheduling

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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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Rowan PFreeland, WA

5.0

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“Your friendly neighborhood dog walker!”

Hi, I'm Rowan! I always had dogs growing up and starting at the age of 13, I started walking dogs and eventually pet sitting for neighbors and friends. I have tons of experience over 10 years with all different breeds, sizes, and ages of dogs. Every dog is different and I make sure that every time I meet a new one, they are comfortable and happy. I will always treat your dog with care and make sure their experience, and yours, is a positive one!

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

Randi PFreeland, WA

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Hi, my name is Randi and I live in South Edmonds. I am originally from Seattle and have lived with pets, mostly dogs and cats all of my life. I currently live with one 12 year old Golden Retriever and three cats. I am also a certified nursing assistant and I find getting outdoors on a dog walk a beneficial and healthy break from my daily routine.

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Julie WFreeland, WA

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Hello, My name is Julie. I truly enjoy spending time with dogs. I have a dog training certificate and have worked as a dog trainer in the past. I have volunteered at PAWs as a dog walker. I enjoy staying active, walking, bicycling, spring and summer hiking and kayaking. I am looking forward to spending time with your dog and will give your dog the care and love that I give my own. **I HAVE MOVED TO Kingston, WA . Now walking in Kingston and surrounding area.

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Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, Training experience

Elizabeth GFreeland, WA

4.9

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Hi! My name is Liz. I am a life-long dog lover and I grew up with dogs, have helped neighbors out by walking their dogs for them and loved every minute of it. I also worked in a pet supply store for six years assisting customers with training tips, halter fittings, behavioral issues and tips on nutrition and food safety. I also clipped nails and fit halters regularly. I love dogs and nothing makes me happier than seeing them happy and well cared for.You can be sure that I will always give my fullest effort to creating a joyful time and fully exercise your dog for his increased health and happiness.

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Jacquelyn MFreeland, WA

4.9

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Hello, I'm Jacquelyn and I would love to meet your fur-baby! I've shared my heart and home with many animals over the years and plan to continue doing this for the rest of my life! I have dog/animal sat many times, for many years, for handfuls of people who trust me with their furry friends (and homes). Some even call me The Animal Whisperer. I've volunteered as a Dog Walker, Cat Kennel Tech, Matchmaking Assistant, and Animal Care Specialist with the animal shelter NOAH. I am wonderful with animals and believe each one has it's own unique personality and soul that deserves to be loved and well taken care of to ensure the animal flourishes and has the best life possible.

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Tia BFreeland, WA

4.9

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“I will care for your pup like my own ♥️”

Hi there, I am a fun loving, outgoing mother of a 13 year old and 2 doggies that i love dearly! I have owned dogs my entire life and have experience with all ages and breeds. I also have been dog sitting for friends and relatives for years! Your best friend will be in great hands while we are on our walk.

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

Terri WFreeland, WA

4.9

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Dogs know that the purpose of life is for exploring, playing and building relationships. I connect well with dogs and will be able to engage with the needs of your pet. I have experience in pet sitting and have taken courses in animal first aid, dog massage and animal assisted therapy. I am looking to expand my long list of experiences with dog friends and look forward to enjoying walking and talking with your dog.

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Pam MFreeland, WA

4.9

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I am currently volunteering at NOAH animal shelter as a dog walker. Occasionally, I will brush the dogs and feed them. I have volunteered at NOAH for 1 1/2 years. I have owned a dog or 2 dogs most of my life.

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Harvey JFreeland, WA

4.9

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“I’m an experienced dog walker”

I am an active retiree and walk and workout several times a week. I walk my son and daughter in laws Rottweiler, Chow mix. This female dog is very hyper and strong. While walking her I've encountered many difficult and dicey situations. She is a very family friendly dog. I walk her a lot. She is very strong and active. I walk a lot in all kinds of weather. I would enjoy the companionship while walking other people's dogs.

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Jarod MFreeland, WA

4.9

(390)

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“Time for a walk.”

Ready to walk and care for your dog when you need help. I have been around dogs all my life and don't care if your dog is small or large. I will respect them as if they were mine.

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

Dog Walking in Freeland

Freeland is a small community in Island County. It’s nestled on an isthmus on the beautiful Whidbey Island, and is sandwiched between Mutiny Bay and Holmes Harbor. Walk around town and you’ll find quaint antique shops and a variety of restaurants that range from casual eateries to upscale dining. Since Freeland is Whidbey Island’s retail hub, stores full of everyday necessities also line Main Street. This pawsome place even has its own veterinary clinic.

If your pooch is ready to get out of the house, clip on her leash and make your way over to Freeland Park. Nestled right on the beach, this park is the perfect place to enjoy some seaside time with your pal. Take a brisk walk around the paved walking paths so your pal can get in a nice workout. Then mosey around the open grass areas or stroll along the sand to let her cool down. Picnic tables and barbecue grills are available, so bring some sandwiches or burgers and stay for lunch. This park has a boat ramp and a playground, and is also a pupular spot for clamming.

The folks in Freeland sure know how to make dogs feel welcome, so come check it out with your pup!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Freeland

Useless Bay

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
301 per sq. mi.

Useless Bay

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Double Bluff Beach is known far and wide in the canine community as a place to let loose and run with the tides. Dogs come from all over to frolic on this off leash beach. It stretches for two miles and provides hours of fetching fun. Your pal can climb on driftwood, chase new four legged friends, or just go wherever his nose takes him. While he’s tuckering himself out, you’ll enjoy stunning views of Mt. Ranier, the Seattle skyline, and the Olympic Peninsula. Don’t worry if your buddy gets a little muddy. Just stop by the dog rinse station before loading him into your car. Picnic facilities, a doggy drinking fountain, and clean up bags are also available. 

Smugglers Cover

36
Population Density
206 per sq. mi.

Smugglers Cover

36

Freeland is definitely a spot you’ll want to stick around for a couple days. Furtunately, there are plenty of dog friendly places to stay. Spyglass Guest House is a private apartment that looks out over Mutiny Bay. For a small fee, your pooch can make himself at home as he watches the sun set or fishing boats pass by. Whidbey Waterfront is another pawsome option. This cozy house is walking distance from town and just minutes from the beach. The C.C Ranch is a private rental that has an acre of fenced property so your pup can let loose and run around after a day of sightseeing.

North Freeland

24
Population Density
206 per sq. mi.

North Freeland

24

Need a new place to walk your pooch? Look no further. South Whidbey State Park is just what your pal is craving. Set right on the beaches of Admiralty Inlet, this park has both coastal and forest scenery. Clip on your pup’s leash and walk beneath the canopy of giant Douglas fir, Sitka spruce, and western hemlock. The forest even has a 500 year old cedar. Over three miles of trails wind through the majestic trees. After you walk through the woods, head down to the beach. Your pal will love feeling the cool sea breeze in her fur as she clamors over the rocks and driftwood. 

Clinton

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
220 per sq. mi.

Clinton

12

The Marguerite Brons Memorial Park is the kind of park dogs dream about. Located in Clinton, this pawsome place is less than 10 minutes from Freeland. It is completely fenced and made up of three sections. One area is for small dogs, another is for large dogs, and the third is an 11 acre wooded area with a network of trails. The play areas in the meadow have room for romping around, as well as clean up bags and a doggy drinking fountain. But if your pooch wants a forested adventure, head out into the trees and let her sniff her way around the trails. 

Langley

0
Population Density
205 per sq. mi.

Langley

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If your pooch is craving some time in Mother Nature, grab his leash and make your way over to Putney Woods County Park. It is located in Langley and is about 15 minutes from Freeland. Sprawling across 600 acres, this natural space gives your pup plenty of room to get his paws muddy. Trails like Rocky Road and Whispering Pines guide you through the thick forests of Whidbey Island. Follow the Goss Lake Trail to connect to the nearby Goss Lake County Park or head to the east end of the park to join the Saratoga Loop trail system. Needless to say, you’ll have several pawsome options to choose from!