Dog walking in Lacey

Book on demand and scheduled walks with local dog walkers

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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Christina MLacey, WA

5.0

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“The hair on my clothes is dog glitter.”

Hello! My name is Christina; I am a pet owner and animal lover! I will always treat your pet like my own; with a ton of love and the care it deserves! I always strive to send my clients a video halfway through our walk and a great happy photo of your pet with a detailed walk/care analysis. I am currently attending TCC as a student full time, and doing this because I love it so much! If you ever have any questions or concerns, feel free to text or call me!

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Specialties

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

Summer SLacey, WA

5.0

(119)

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My name is Summer, and I am the biggest dog lover! I’ve been walking dogs with wag for three years. I also have experience grooming dogs and managing a doggie daycare pack. I have had the privilege to own dogs of all sizes, from miniature dachshund to black lab. My current furry companion is a Dalmatian named Molly, and she is profoundly deaf.

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Special needs dog care, Training experience, Fast walker

Matthew SLacey, WA

4.9

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Spring Quarter - Apr to Jun Accepting one-time and recurring walks. Boardings and sittings postponed until winter quarter, or later. Preferences: - Recurring walks T, W, and/or F - One Time walks T, W, Th, and/or F, posted the Sunday before - Walks before noon, Apr to Sep - Walks after noon, Oct to Mar

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

Camille WLacey, WA

4.9

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“Professional, reliable, loving care!”

Hi! My name is Camille, an experienced kennel tech, dog walker, volunteer, dog owner, and house sitter. Most of my adult life has been spent working with all types of animals. My ideals align with what it takes to spend all day taking care of pups and ensuring their safety.

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

Dalana DLacey, WA

4.9

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My name is Dalana and I would love to care for your pup! I offer full-time dog boarding and daycare services, and I am now doing walks when my husband works from home. :)

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

Jasmin HLacey, WA

4.9

(124)

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Hello! I have had pets all my life and spending time with animals is when I am happiest. Walking your pup is a privilege I am so thankful for, and for the opportunity to meet such amazing fluffs blows me away, every day. I am currently working 5:50am to 3pm. I would still love to meet and walk your pups, though unfortunately my availability has changed. I miss so many of my regular pups who I used to see during the day and I hope to see you all again soon! Happy walking!

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Stacy WLacey, WA

4.9

(96)

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“Stacy Walker the Dog Walker :)”

Hello! I'm Stacy. I've been walking dogs for 2+ years. I've been working with dogs and horses my whole life! I work extremely well with hyper, bigger dogs that tend to pull on the leash. I also know how to care for special needs and elderly dogs very well. I truly love making connections with new doggies and gaining their trust. I always give detailed reports for each dog walk with A LOT of adorable photos!

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Dog first aid and/or CPR, Can run with dogs, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care

Ashley MLacey, WA

4.9

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“Hello!”

Hi, I'm Ashley! Growing up I always had at least one dog. Currently, I have three! I have experience with dogs of all sizes and ages. I've fur parented breeds from Rottweilers to Yorkies and many in between. I enjoy fitness and would love to keep your dog active and happy while your away. I understand every dog is unique and I look forward to meeting new ones. I will care for your dog with the treatment and love I do my own. I thrive for you and your fur baby to a positive Wag! experience.

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

James HLacey, WA

4.8

(164)

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“What goes tick-tock woof-woof?”

I do work so unfortunately Wag is a side hobby but what a great one to have! I enjoy being able to get some added exercise and meet some incredible dogs. Have handled all different types ranging from cute puppies that peep in the cage to very large dogs who love to pull. I myself have a playful and happy pit named Abdul. Can’t wait to meet your loving dog!

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

Brian HLacey, WA

4.8

(143)

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Hi! My name is Brian and I'm thrilled to be a part of the Wag team and excited to meet your puppers! I love all kinds of dogs, big or small and will gladly walk/run with them to their heart's content :)

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Dog Walking in Lacey

Situated on the southern end of Puget Sound, the City of Lacey is a nature lover's dream, with miles of hiking and biking trails, over 1,200 acres of public parkland, and 5 freshwater lakes. The best part is, Lacey is incredibly dog-friendly! Your furry pal is welcome in most recreation areas, as long as he stays on a leash and in designated spots. The city also has five animal hospitals to take care of its canine residents and guests.

The Chehalis-Western Trail, which runs along the city's western edge, is a woofderful place to take your pooch for a walk. This 22-mile, paved pedestrian and bicycle trail follows the route of an old railroad corridor, connecting every major town in Thurston County. From here, you and Fido can access various habitats such as forests and wetlands, as well as the Deschutes River, Chambers Lake, and Puget Sound.

As a lakeside park, Long Lake Park features the best of both worlds. This 10-acre, heavily wooded park sits on the shore of Long Lake, providing access to one of the best swimming beaches in the county. Fido is not allowed in the water, however, so stick to the upland area where you can enjoy a picnic and explore the trails.

Come to Lacey for an unforgettable experience with your pup!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Lacey

Beachcrest

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
712 per sq. mi.

Beachcrest

48

Let Fido run loose and burn off energy at the Hawks Prairie Dog Park! Secured by double-gated entries and divided into two areas, this off-leash park is a pawsome spot for puppers of all sizes to play and socialize. Features include water stations, a digging area, pet waste stations, and some toys and agility equipment. There are also picnic tables and benches for the humans to sit on. Just a couple of miles away from the Hawks Prairie Dog Park is the William Ives Trail, a 1.5-mile walking trail that offers fairway views of the Woodlands Golf Course. You and your pooch can access this trail at the Meridian Neighborhood Park, then follow it through a nature preserve.

Union Mill

36
Population Density
2,241 per sq. mi.

Union Mill

36

Clean and well-maintained, the Woodland Creek Community Park is a furrific place to go for a leashed walk or have a picnic with your best pal. This 72-acre site offers picnic shelters and paved walkways, with Woodland Creek flowing through it and Longs Pond serving as its centerpiece. If you and Fido visit during the fall or spring, you'll see birds and fish in the area. Here you'll also find the trailhead for the Woodland Trail, a former railroad corridor that has been transformed into a walking and biking trail. This 2.2-mile paved trail will take you and your pooch through the center of downtown Lacey and connects to other trails at the west.

City Center / Saint Martin's U

24
Population Density
1,755 per sq. mi.

City Center / Saint Martin's U

24

Located along the Interstate 5, the I-5 Park is a hidden gem where you can take your furry buddy for a leashed stroll on an urban trail. The paved walking and biking path runs parallel to the highway, stretching 3 miles and connecting the main and satellite State Capitol campuses. If you prefer a more natural trail, the Lake Lois Park offers a short woodchip trail beside a small lake, while the adjacent and larger Lake Lois Habitat Reserve houses a quarter-mile interpretive loop trail. The latter will lead you and Fido around the 29-acre natural habitat area, with benches to rest on along the way. 

Carpenter Rd SE / 37th Ave SE

12
Population Density
3,322 per sq. mi.

Carpenter Rd SE / 37th Ave SE

12

Don't miss Wanschers Park if you have a pupper that loves water! Fido is welcome to doggie paddle in Hicks Lake—just remember to clean up after him! This 16-acre, heavily wooded park also features grassy picnic areas, walking trails, and beautiful views of Mount Rainier. However, parking is limited according to the locals. Fortunately, there's another pooch-friendly spot in the neighborhood. Just a mile away from Wanschers is Wonderwood Park, a 39-acre site comprising natural woodland and recreational facilities. Wonderwood Park has ample open space for Fido to explore, plus several trails that will take you and your pup around the woods.

College St SE / 45th Ave SE

0
Population Density
4,072 per sq. mi.

College St SE / 45th Ave SE

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Sprawling over 46 acres, the Rainier Vista Community Park is a puptastic spot to spend some quality time with your pooch. This clean and well-kept site contains two walking trails, multiple athletic fields and courts, picnic shelters, a skate park, and a playground. There are also pet waste stations scattered across the park. If walking around Rainier Vista has left you hungry, head to MOD Pizza, where you can build your own artisan-style pizza and share an outdoor table with your dog. Note that there is no table service, so Fido will have to wait outside when you go in to order.