Dog walking in Port Angeles

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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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Kyley MPort Angeles, WA

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Hi, I'm Kyley and I am an animal lover at heart! I grew up with a dog, Buddy, and we had her for 15 amazing, fun-filled years. I have house-sat for 2 families in the past that included staying with multiple dogs at a time, feeding them, walking them, and making sure they were taken out when they needed to go to the bathroom. I have also volunteered by walking dogs at a local SPCA back home in Pennsylvania. I am an animal lover and currently have 2 dogs and 2 cats with my husband.

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Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Fast walker

Samanta LPort Angeles, WA

4.9

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“I enjoy spending time with dogs!”

My name is Samanta and Im a high school graduate. I really like animals and I enjoy spending time with them. I have 3 dogs—a golden retriever, a dalmation and a yorkie pomenerian mix. I grew up with lots of dogs including both big and small. I have trained dogs and plan on pursing a profession in dog training. I really look fowards to walking your dog and spending time with them!

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

Jaiden DPort Angeles, WA

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Hello, my name is Jaiden! I grew up on the Olympic Peninsula with dogs, cats, horses, and bunnies, and have been dog sitting and dog walking for years. I carry a degree in Human Ecology and spend much of my time making art, riding my bicycle, or homebrewing cider/beer/kombucha. I am looking forward to exploring Seattle with your furry friend!

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Dog Walking in Port Angeles

Port Angeles, Washington, is a small port city located at the top of the Olympic Peninsula and the virtual border with Canada. The remote location makes Port Angeles, in particular, popular with artists and writers as the beautiful surroundings offer inspiration. Being in close proximity to nature also makes Port Angeles an excellent home for pet owners.

The state of Washington has one of the highest rate of pet ownership in the country. There are a large amount of cats, dogs and other companion animals in Port Angeles. The city has its own off-leash dog park to provide the dogs in the city a place to run around. Port Angeles Dog Park offers separate playgrounds for small dogs and large dogs, is completely fenced and comes with all amenities one would expect from a dog park.

One of the best ways to venture out in the outdoors of the Port Angeles area is to follow the Spruce Railroad Trail, which is part of the Olympic Discovery Trail. The trail is four miles long and winds around Lake Crescent.

Finding a place to stay short term in Port Angeles, Washington, that also allows pets is easy. There are a number of hotels available that offer pet-friendly rooms. As an alternative, you can also opt to camp one of the RV parks or check out Airbnb if you're okay with sharing a space with a local.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Port Angeles

Port Angeles City Center

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Population Density
2,694 per sq. mi.

Port Angeles City Center

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If your dog loves to ruff it and go on an adventure, check out Webster Park! This beautiful wooded park has sniff-tastic and exciting trails to explore with your furry friend and welcomes all dogs, as long as they remain on their leash. The Francis Street Park is also dog-friendly and is perfect for a relaxing stroll by the water during good weather. If you get hungry, you can enjoy casual dining at Smuggler’s Landing. This is a waterfront and dog-friendly eatery located in the Landing Mall that has outdoor seating for you and your pup. Bone Appetit!

Route 101/ S Airport Rd

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
4,087 per sq. mi.

Route 101/ S Airport Rd

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Located in Lincoln Park, the Port Angeles Dog Park gives your pup a real treat! There are separate areas for small and large dogs, which are fenced to allow free roaming and play. Now your pup can make new furry friends on his day out! Water is always available for your panting pooch when he needs it here, as well as clean-up bags in case you have fur-got your own. If you would love some locally-sourced wine, check out the Harbinger Winery. This place is dog-friendly and welcomes your pup on the grounds, as long as he remains on leash.


Lower Elwha/ Whiskey Bend

24
Population Density
2,273 per sq. mi.

Lower Elwha/ Whiskey Bend

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If you would like to say furwell to the hustle and bustle of the city for a few hours, head to the Verne Samuelson Trail! Your furry friend will love this sniff-tastic forested trail, with its exciting new scents and sights to explore. The trail is about three-miles round trip, which is sure to tire out your energetic pup! The Verne Samuelson Trail is an oppawtunity for a peaceful retreat and will make a fun adventure on a sunny day. Don’t forget to pack a bag and bring some water along for the hike to keep you and your pup hydrated!


Elwha/Crescent

12
Population Density
965 per sq. mi.

Elwha/Crescent

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To get back to nature, bring your pup along to the Spruce Railroad Trail! This is part of the historic rail line on the Olympic Discovery Trail, which is non-motorized for walkers and hikers to explore. Now you can have an exciting adventure with your furry friend out on the scenic Spruce Railroad Trail, with 21 miles of beautiful nature to enjoy together! You can retreat over the crystal-clear waters of Lake Crescent on a wooden bridge, as well as walk among towering cedar and fir trees. All dogs are welcome on the Spruce Railroad Trail, as long as they remain on leash.


Brennen

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Population Density
803 per sq. mi.

Brennen

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For an amazing day out with your furry friend, head down to the single community of Brennen to the south and check out the Olympic National Forest! This is about 40 miles out from Port Angeles, if you travel through the Olympic National Park. The Olympic National Forest welcomes all pups to be top dog, with all areas open for pets to enjoy. There are plenty of sniff-tastic trails that your pup will love, with diverse landscape, including beautiful forests and rivers. In particular, Mt Muller Trail boasts natural beauty and with a 13 mile loop, this is sure to have your dog’s tail wagging all day long!