Dog walking in Evansville

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How it works

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Flexible scheduling

Select the date and time that best suit your needs. Want a walk ASAP? We’ve got you covered.

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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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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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Jennifer WEvansville, WI 53536

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“Dog lover”

I have been a dog owner for 20 years. Walking dogs is one of my favorite activities! I have walked neighborhood dogs and watched dogs when neighbors are on vacation. I have been an animal lover my whole life. I am often training for running races and enjoy being outside and active.

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Puppy care

Jennifer PEvansville, WI 53536

4.9

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“Dogs are my favorite people! ;)”

Hi! I've had dogs for most of my life, starting with Cocker Spaniels and Weimeraners as a child. Currently I have two rescue Lab mixes, both seniors, who love to lie around and snooze. ;) I’ve got lots of experience with dogs of all breeds/temperaments/ages and I love them all.

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Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, Dogs who pull, Puppy care

Brittany GEvansville, WI 53536

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As a dog mom of two boys, Cooper and Rocky, and a volunteer at my local humane society, I cannot wait to meet your dog! I am hard working, dedicated and very passionate about what I do!

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Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience

Michelle SEvansville, WI 53536

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I've been passionate about animals all my life. I grew up on a farm in the country, so I was constantly exposed to a wide variety of animals. I volunteered at my local veterinary clinic for several years when I was younger. I've owned cats my whole life, but have been walking and sitting friends' dogs for about a year. I realized that dog walking was the happiest part of my day every day, and that I want to do more of it because it's what I love!

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Hannah OEvansville, WI 53536

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My affinity for animals began early, growing up with dogs, cats, and horses. A beloved black lab named Bear became my childhood protector, and as I grew I learned to care for him through attention to detail, energy, and exercise. I enjoy walking dogs and have missed it since living on my own. I would love to make your dog happy by getting them outside to enjoy the fresh air and companionship!

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Lisa DEvansville, WI 53536

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Hi! My name is Lisa D. and I am a 24yo dog lover. I have grown up around dogs all my life, my mother and I have raised and loved 8 puppies in total from 8 weeks old. I on my own, have trained a rescue pup whom I have loved for 2 years now! I am a fit, healthy and dedicated dog walker who knows how to handle situations both expected and unexpected. I can't wait to meet your pup and help them release some energy while they wait for you to get home!

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High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience

Marc GEvansville, WI 53536

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Animals have always been a big part of my life. From consistently having a variety of different pets in the house while growing up, to volunteering at numerous shelters and animal organizations through the years, they've remained a constant passion. I've been in the healthcare field for 10 years working directly with and caring for patients, and since 2015 have been dog walking and pet-sitting! While not out and about with furry friends around Madison, I love spending time with our pup, Luna.

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Amy MEvansville, WI 53536

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My name is Amy. I have owned Golden retrievers but currently don't have my own dog. I love to walk and be outdoors and would love to have your dog come along with me.

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Joe LEvansville, WI 53536

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My name is Joe. I'm a graduate student in Marriage and Family Therapy at Edgewood College. I adore animals, especially dogs. My wife and I have 2 dogs, a senior male Boston terrier named Foster and a middle aged female Dachshund named Maddie. So I know how important your pet is and I will give them the best care and love possible! Thanks.

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Tim WEvansville, WI 53536

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My name is Tim and I have been a dog lover since I was young. Growing up, we always had a dog in our house. This taught me a lot about responsibility for a pet and their care. I love spending time with dogs, both indoors and outdoors, and giving them special attention. There is nothing better than being greeted by a four-legged friend and having your face covered with kisses! I would love to take your dog outside to explore nature, play, and make sure that they are cared for so you don't have to worry about them.

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Dog Walking in Evansville

Evansville is a fast-growing city, and is known for being one of the best areas in the county for young families to live in. With its vibrant atmosphere, numerous parks and natural areas, and a highly rated veterinary clinic, this is a city that you and your pooch will no doubt have so much fun in.

The largest park in Evansville is Lake Leota Park, which is home to the 40 acre stream-fed Lake Leota. There are multiple sports facilities here, as well as a swimming pool, four play areas, picnic benches, pavilions, and a paved path for you and Fido to stroll on. The landscaping here is also so well done, making this park popular when it comes to special events.

If your pooch would prefer a smaller park, there are several to choose from in Evansville. Both Countryside Park and Franklin Park are home to basketball hoops and playgrounds, as well as short paved trails. For something a little different, head to Seminary Park. This neighborhood park surrounds a block of apartments, and boasts a labyrinth that you and your pooch will really enjoy.

With so many beautiful city parks to explore, you and your pup will definitely be kept busy in Evansville.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Evansville

Northeast Evansville

48
Population Density
677 per sq. mi.

Northeast Evansville

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If your pooch enjoys long walks in the wilderness, then Northeast Evansville will definitely keep Fido happy. This is where the Evansville Wildlife Area is located, which consists of 707 acres of natural diversity. There are so many precious habitats here, home to a wide range of animal and plant life, so be sure to keep your pup on a lead at all times in order to not disrupt these delicate ecosystems. For another pawtastic walk, Wind Prairie Park can also be accessed from this neighborhood. This is another passive park with plenty of natural features, along with trails that are well-maintained during the summer months. 

W Main St

36
Population Density
1,451 per sq. mi.

W Main St

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There are a couple of pawriffic parks worth checking out in the W Main St neighborhood. The first is Brzezinski Park, which is a small, but beautifully landscaped park, home to grassy lawns and mature trees. Not too far away from here is access to West Side Park, where you will find 25 acres to explore, making this pawfect for a longer walk. The park is home to several sports facilities, as well as a playground, multiple picnic areas, and paved walking paths for you and Fido to follow. Dogs are allowed in both parks, but you will need to keep your pooch on a lead, and don't forget to bring some doggie bags and drinking water with you too.

Southeast Brooklyn

24
Population Density
71 per sq. mi.

Southeast Brooklyn

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About a mile from Evansville is the neighborhood of Southeast Brooklyn in Brooklyn, and there are some pawtastic walks to be found here. The best place to experience this area's natural beauty is at the Harvey's Marsh Waterfowl Production Area, which allows dogs so long as they are kept on a lead. Rather than being an official park, this is a hunting ground, and there are plenty of flat trails to follow, as well as several rare bird and plant species living here. One thing to keep in mind is that the area is home to a population of coyotes, making it even more important to keep Fido close to you at all times.  

North Albany

12
Population Density
55 per sq. mi.

North Albany

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The neighborhood of North Albany in Albany is about two miles from Evansville, and is home to a couple of parks that your pup will have so much fun in. The first is the Liberty Creek Wildlife Area, which stretches out for just under 600 acres. The terrain here is extremely varied, with everything from upland woods to marshland, and even a stream that is packed with trout, making this a popular fishing spot. For more pawriffic walks, take Fido to the Albany Wildlife Area, where you will find 1421 acres to roam through. This is another popular spot for fishing and hunting, and there is also a section set aside for growing crops for the native wildlife. 

Albany

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Population Density
39 per sq. mi.

Albany

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It takes about seven minutes to drive from Evansville to the Albany neighborhood of Albany, and the journey is worth it thanks to the array of dog-friendly activities here. Your pup's favorite will likely be the Sugar River State Trail, a rail trail that extends out for 24 miles, making it pawfect for a long distance dog walk. With rolling hills, trestle bridges and wildflower meadows, there is so much gorgeous scenery to see here. If your pooch would prefer a shorter walk, there are a couple of small parks in this neighborhood. Tower Park boasts grassy lawns and a dense thicket of mature trees, while Village Park is home to a playground, a paved path, and more trees for Fido to sniff at.