Dog walking in Spokane Valley

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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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PAUL BSpokane Valley, WA

5.0

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Hello fellow dog lovers, My name is Paul and I'm a 38 year old Army Veteran who adores animals, with dogs being my all time favorite. I also have 3 kids who love animals as well. I've had all types and sizes of dogs ranging from my little buddy Chihuahua mix named Reggie all the way up to a Merle Great Dane named Bailey who I raise ld since a puppy. If it was up to me I would have a house full of fur babies but the wife won't allow it. If you choose to use me as your walker I will treat your fur baby with the upmost respect and treat them as if they were my own. I decided to become a dog walker because it gives me a chance to meet new four legged and biped friends. Plus it is good exercise for me as well. I know putting the care of your beloved pet in the hands of a stranger can be daunting but I hope you will give me the opportunity to earn your trust and the trust of your four legged family member.

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Aimee BSpokane Valley, WA

4.9

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I have had dogs mys entire life, all were large breeds except one small. I also provided dog care for those in temporary need of shelter and care. I believe a healthy diet and exercise is key for a happy dog. I have taken several dog training courses and know how to keep calm and show no fear around a dog who is barking or asserting dominance. I understand the different behaviors and traits in each breed and deal with each dog appropriately.

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Dog first aid and/or CPR, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care

Bailey TSpokane Valley, WA

4.9

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Hi my name is Bailey and I can't wait to walk your dog! I will admit that my motives are mostly selfish when it comes to dog walking, in that I just want to have an excuse to hang with some dogs! I grew up with two large dogs Max and Bachi and really miss taking them for walks around the neighborhood. I know how important it is for dogs to get out of the house and enjoy the outdoors, and I would love to be the one to do that with them!

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Stephanie SSpokane Valley, WA

4.9

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“Training W/Behavior Modification”

I have Worked in many fields in dog training. I’ve trained in rescue, service, therapy and dog show training. I’ve briefly touched on k-9 training, w/the trainer who has Spokane County K-9 Contract. I enjoy providing services for dogs whether it be walking, care for, boarding. I also worked as a supervisor in a doggy daycare; sometimes if needed. I’d be by myself in the dog yards with up to 180 dogs. Maintaining safety, sanitation. Im not jaded and I believe that they deserve the best!

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Dog first aid and/or CPR, Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience, Obedience training, Agility training, Behavioral training, Socialization training, Potty training, Therapy training, Service training, Puppy training

Jasmine HSpokane Valley, WA

4.9

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“Happy paws and tail wags, one walk at a time”

I have been dog sitting for over 10 years ranging from larger farms to smaller animal care. I treat each animal as my own and aim for comfort, love and support. Animals play such a large role in our lives and deserve detailed care.

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

Marlo PSpokane Valley, WA

4.9

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Hello! My name is Marlo, dogs and animals in general have been a big part of my life. I grew up on 5 acres around all sorts of animals and we always had 3 to 5 dogs around. I've been part of Pitbull rescues and worked at vet clinics in the summer, doing everything from cleaning kennels to applying medicine and some OR participation. I can handle all types of dogs in whatever numbers and sizes they come. Even the shy or more reluctant ones, especially the larger and stronger doggies out there. I can help!I just genuinely love being around all kinds of animals and I am looking forward to spending time with yours. Thank you!

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Sarah WSpokane Valley, WA

4.9

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Hi, my name is Sarah. I have loved dogs since I was a child and even studied breeds for a few years. I have trained a few dogs of my own in the past as well as taken care of my mother’s pitbull while she was away. I have a huge heart for animals and always make sure their needs are met above standard.

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Samantha CSpokane Valley, WA

4.9

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Hi fellow dog/animal lovers, I'm Sam; originally from England and have lived in Spokane since 2008. I'm married; owner of a cat and hedgehog. We are unable to own a dog at the moment, so I would be honored to walk your pups to get some doggy therapy :) My goal is to go back to school to become a vet. I have an extraordinary passion for animals, so being around them is such a joy for me. I've enjoyed many walks since joining Wag! and I look forward to more.

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Jillian JSpokane Valley, WA

4.9

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Hi! I’m a responsible dog lover who lives in Williamsburg and would love to help care for your pup! I grew up with Viszlas and have always loved dogs of all breeds and sizes. Over the last 10 years I’ve walked and watched dogs wherever I’ve lived— Washington state, Boston, Paris, and Manhattan and Brooklyn. My current work doesn’t allow me to have a dog of my own, so the next best thing is getting to help care for yours!

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Caleb CSpokane Valley, WA

4.9

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I have had dogs my entire life, and have cared for many various breeds. I have extensive experience caring for my own pets and the pets of others, and truly enjoy the companionship of dogs. I have handled dogs who are very shy and have warmed up to me over time. I enjoy getting to know the distinct personalities of animals and caring for their specific needs. I am an avid animal lover!

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

Dog Walking in Spokane Valley

Spokane Valley is a suburb of Spokane, in the Spokane River Valley, on the state’s border with Idaho. The city and its surroundings are full of places for outdoor fun that are pup-friendly and easy to get to. Leashed doggos are allowed in all of the city’s parks, which are open from dawn until 10:00 pm! While you're in the area, If the need arises for medical care for your pup, be sure to visit one of the 5 veterinary clinics in Spokane Valley that are ready to help.

The Spokane Valley Mission Park is a family park where you’ll find play equipment, sports facilities and a pool, along with picnic tables and restrooms for the human members of the family. Best of all is the 24 acres of grassy lawn where the doggo member of the family can walk, run and play on leash. With lots of shade trees and play space, plus a drinking fountain, this park will become your go-to spot for hours of fun. The park also features a fully fenced dog park with separate large- and small-dog sections where the fur-pup can socialize and exercise with other dogs. Equipped with water, waste bags and containers, along with agility and play equipment, Fido will have a canine blast while you sit and watch from a covered picnic table near the entrance. There’s even a doggy wash station! Please remember that if your pup is in the dog park, a responsible adult must be inside too.

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If Spokane Valley is your home, there’s sure to be something you haven’t seen or done yet, and if you’re visiting, there's even more to explore with your fur-baby!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Spokane Valley

Irwin

48
Population Density
2,144 per sq. mi.

Irwin

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This neighborhood of Spokane Valley is home to the dog-friendly Mirabeau Park, which includes Mirabeau Meadows and Mirabeau Springs. The 56-acre park also contains a playground for the human kiddos named Discovery Playground. Located along the west bank of the Spokane River, it is easily accessed from I-90. Its 5 pawsome walking trails loop through meadows and wooded areas as well as along the river. The park also features one of the trailheads for the Centennial Trail, which ranges 60 miles from the Idaho border to Nine Falls, northwest of Spokane. Loaded with interesting geological formations, the Mirabeau Springs portion of the park features a spring fed by an impressive waterfall, and there is plenty of wildlife for your fur-pup to detect. Please remember to keep your dog on-leash! If your playtime in the park makes everyone hungry, be sure to head over to Max at Mirabeau, which welcomes fur-pups to their outside tables and serves up fur-licious American grub!

Dishman

36
Population Density
693 per sq. mi.

Dishman

36

The Dishman neighborhood of Spokane Valley is where you’ll find the pup-friendly Dishman Hills Conservation Area, with over 1,200 acres and scenic trails where you and your pup can hike, and catch a glimpse of birds and other wildlife. Divided into 2 separate areas, Glenrose Access and Iller Creek/ Stevens Creek Access, the trails also offer sightings of moose and black bear, along with snakes and smaller mammals. The Glenrose Access Section trailhead for this out-and-back track is at Thierman Road, and the trail is about 4 miles long with some ascents and descents. The Iller Creek/ Stevens Creek Trail arises at trailheads at both creeks, and travels past Big Rock and along Iller Creek’s East Ridge and West Fork to Glenrose. Neither of these trails is considered easy, but the views of Spokane Valley from the higher elevations will be worth the effort! Woofderful!

Greenacres

24
Population Density
1,098 per sq. mi.

Greenacres

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Spokane Valley’s Greenacres neighborhood is host to Greenacres Park, which features 8 acres of family-friendly playground and playing fields, a drinking fountain, restrooms and plenty of picnic tables, some under a covered shelter with electricity. But for Fido, the exciting thing about this park is the walking path that weaves across and through the grassy lawn, around the playground and the perimeter of the park. Shade trees and the paved path make this a pawrfect place for a walk on leash while the kiddos play. Views of the Selkirk Mountains surround the park, and you’re likely to encounter squirrels and other small mammals on your way. 

E 16th Ave/ S Bowdish Rd

12
Population Density
4,069 per sq. mi.

E 16th Ave/ S Bowdish Rd

12

This neighborhood in Spokane Valley is where you’ll find dog-friendly Castle Park, 3 acres of open lawn area with lots of room to romp and play with your leashed furry friend. This is also a furbulous spot to bring the family and enjoy an old-fashioned, blanket-on-the-ground, picnic-basket picnic! It boasts many shade trees and all of the green space you could want, and right in the middle of downtown! This quiet, bucolic park is pawrfect for games of toss, frisbee and tag for the kids, too! There isn’t a designated parking lot, but stashing your vehicle along Bowdish Road will give you convenient access!  

Liberty Lake

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Population Density
520 per sq. mi.

Liberty Lake

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Liberty Lake is a community adjacent to Spokane Valley that is home to the pup-friendly Liberty Lake Regional Park. This pawsome green space features 3,600 acres of multi-use land with a playground, campground and off-road vehicle park, swimming areas on the lake, and hiking/walking trails. The park is open for day use, and the 8-mile Liberty Lake Loop Trail can be accessed at the trailhead at Idaho Road. The campground offers tent and RV camping where Fido is welcome on leash, and there are even family-sized cabins with views of the lake! With running water and electricity, the cabins are pawrfect for a family get-away with the fur-baby! Reasonable camping rates and convenient parking make this a great destination!