How it works
Select the date and time that best suit your needs. Want a walk ASAP? We’ve got you covered.
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Choose between a 20-minute, 30-minute, or 60-minute stroll for your dog.
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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Hi, I’m Kim. I’m very excited to be part of the Wag team! Dogs have always played an important part of my life. Even during times when I didn’t personally own one, there was always a special dog or 2 that a friend would share with me. My experiences have been varied with dogs of all ages and sizes. Just like people, dogs have their own special personalities. I believe this makes for great fun to spend time with and get to know their unique behavior. Taking walks in Seattle neighborhoods is one of my most favorite things to do – especially when accompanied with a dog! I promise to take loving care of your dog so you will have a happy and healthy dog when you are home!
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Hi, I am John. I have always had a warm spot in my heart for dogs and would love to help keep your dog happy and healthy, providing his or her daily walk with Wag! I grew up and have lived with many different breeds of dogs, from Miniature Pinchers and Poodles to Boxers and Sheep Dogs. I have experience as a veterinary assistant, a shelter volunteer, and I have cared for a litter of nine healthy puppies from birth until adoption. I am responsible, knowledgable and clear-headed. I understand that dogs are as different from one another as people, and look forward to meeting your special friend!
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Dog Walking in Silverdale
Silverdale, Washington has become popular over the years, thanks to its scenic appearance, with oceanside views of the Dyes Inlet and fun camping opportunities in the forested areas on the outskirts of town. These features make it an excellent choice for you and your canine fur-end to get out and enjoy all the dog-friendly activities.
Right in the heart of Silverdale is the Silverdale Dog Park, a 2-acre dog park that has separate fenced-in areas for large and small dogs. The terrain is hilly, with a mixture of grass and sand, and is surrounded by trees and bushes which make for great privacy. The park provides great socialization and room for exercise, with water, clean-up stations and trash bins available.
A top trip destination in this town is the Clear Creek Trail, a 3.7 mile trail that starts north and follows south along the Clear Creek to the Dyers Inlet. The trail welcomes all leashed dogs, and is a moderate level path, offering beautiful views of nature at its finest. There are also picnic areas, benches, and water fountains stationed along the trail.
Silverdale is home to many dogs and their owners, and with five veterinarians, and outdoor adventures, its no wonder why so many call it home!
Best Dog Neighborhoods in Silverdale
Bangor is the western neighborhood of Silverdale, and features dense forests and coastal views of the Dyers Inlet and the Dabob Bay. From the beach to the forest, Fido has plenty of choices when it comes to dog-friendly activities. One is the Newberry Hill Heritage Park, a large park mostly made up of nature trails and towering canopies that's open to all leashed dogs. The park is dog-friendly and boasts over 12 miles of trails, some open fields for exploration, and access to trash bins and water fountains. The Anderson Landing Trail is on the opposite coast, next to the Dabob Bay. The trail is 1.3 miles and wanders through forests and along the shoreline. Fide is welcome on the beach as well as the park, but must remain on leash.
Downtown Silverdale is vibrant and full of life, and although packed with urban structures and roads, has plenty of parks too! The Silverdale Waterfront Park is the perfect place to stop for an afternoon, with 2 acres of land, access to the beach, and lush, green fields. Fido is welcome on a leash and can enjoy running around in the open fields or along the shoreline. Another park option is the Old Mill Park, a larger park with 7 acres of land. Dogs are welcome on a leash and have access to features that include restrooms, trails, picnic areas, trash bins and clean-up stations.
The Clear Creek neighborhood gets its name from the Clear Creek that runs through the neighborhood. There's plenty for you and your dog to do here, including visiting the Island Lake Park. Although not on an island, the park boasts 23 acres of land, with lake access for fishing and swimming, walking trails, picnic areas, restrooms, water fountains, and benches. Dogs are welcome throughout the park, but must remain on a leash and out of the water. On the southern edge of the park lies the Island Lake Camp, a dog-friendly campsite which offers camping spaces, barbeque areas, and trash bins. The camp allows up to a 7 night a stay without any fees, and allows Fido to stay with you.
The Seabeck neighborhood is in the town of Bremerton about six miles from Silverdale. The neighborhood a favorite out-of-town spot for Silverdale residents, thanks to the Scenic Beach State Park, an 88-acre park that's dog-friendly, with over 1,500 feet of beautiful shoreline. Dogs must remain on a leash or under voice control of owners while enjoying some the amenities like the boat launch, fishing sites, picnic areas and walking trails. Dogs are welcome in boasts along the bay, but are not allowed into the water at the beach. Not far from the park is Seabeck Pizza, a pizza shop that sells Italian fare, and offers outdoor dog-friendly seating to their four-legged customers.
The Marine Drive neighborhood is about 8 miles from Silverdale, in the town of Bremerton. The drive there is worth it alone, with gorgeous views of the sparkling water of the Inlet. Along the shore also lies the N.A.D. Marine Park, a 27.5-acre park that's mostly undeveloped. The park has 1.2 miles of walking trails, and 1,430 ft of shoreline. Dogs are welcome throughout the park, and are even allowed on the beach and in the water. Dogs must remain on a leash, but can enjoy the forested walks to sunny beach play. The park has trash bins and two picnic areas. If you're staying in town, head over to the Baymont Inn and Suites, a dog-friendly hotel that allows dogs up 50 lbs with a small fee.