Dog Walkers in West Bend

Remove the hassle of finding the best dog walkers near you.

Certified Trust & Safety

Thoroughly Vetted
Insured & Bonded
Wag! Guaranteed
Wag! Guarantees $1,000,000 in Home Insurance for your Extra Peace of Mind!

Pawsome Benefits of Using Wag! Walking

Get a Wag! Walker Near You
Live GPS Tracks your Dog's Walk
Activity Report After Every Walk

Dog Areas in West Bend

19 Parks
2 Trails
21 Shops
7 Eateries
6 Groomers

West Bend is an urban community on the southeast side of Wisconson, 40 miles from Milwaukee and 20 miles from Lake Michigan. The town has been inhabited since the early 1800s, but today has a sizeable industrial center. The town has also continued to maintain the green area and has over 1,200 acres of public parks and green space, most of which are dog-friendly.

The most noticeable place to bring your pup is the West Bend Dog Park, a well-maintained fenced-in area for pups to play off-leash. There are over 10 acres of open space, forested trails, and a separate area for smaller dogs. Additionally, there are picnic tables, double-gated entrances and exits, a gazebo, and dog-sized drinking fountains. Whether looking to play or a safe place to explore, the dog park will provide that and much more to your pup.

The Ridge Run County Park is another dog-friendly space that's pretty popular among four-legged residents. The park has over 60 acres of natural area and forests to explore, with wooded trails, boardwalks, and scenic views of the surrounding area. There are stops along the way that include open spaces, picnic tables, water fountains, and trash bins that can be used by pups who remain on a leash. The park includes a mile of the Ice Age National Scenic Trail, which is a national trail that extends over 1,000 miles.

From long trails to dog-friendly public spaces, West Bend continues to provide for its four-legged residents, and also has five animal hospitals.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in West Bend

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 401/sq mi

    #1 South West Bend

    48

    South West Bend is a rural community between the two lakes of Big Cedar Lake and Little Cedar Lake. Cedar Lake Wayside Off-Leash Dog Area is hands down the best park to bring your pup, thanks to its dedication to off-leash play for pups. The run is 3-acres, not fenced-in, but offers plenty of space and shaded areas. Other features of the park include water fountains, picnic tables, and restrooms. The next best park for humans and pups in the area is Ackerman's Grove County Park, thanks to its spacious area and dense woods along the south side of Little Cedar Lake. The park has lots of room to run around, forested trails, a boat launch, fishing pier, and recreational area with a playground and picnic pavilion. Dogs are not required to be on a leash in this park.

    Dog neighborhood?
  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,700/sq mi

    #2 Vogt

    36
    Vogt is a rural and residential community with a mixture of homes and old farmland. The most known park of the area is Rolf's Run, a spacious and wooded park that has 39 acres of open land. The park has over 3 miles of trails, with benches and trash bins scattered along the paths. Also in the park is a fenced-in dog-park, allowing Fido to run around off-leash in a safe place. The fenced-in area has separate areas for small and large dogs, double-gated entrances, and clean-up stations near the parking area and pavilion for picnics. The park is open everyday from 6 am to 11 pm.
    Dog neighborhood?
  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,302/sq mi

    #3 Kenny Park

    24
    Kenny Park is a quiet residential area with dense forests and rows of homes on the west side of town. Bicentennial Park is one of the largest parks of the area, with about 40 acres of open space and forests. The park has a developed area with a basketball court, a playground, and a picnic pavilion. From the playground, there are forested trails that lead to a small pond for fishing and extra picnic tables. The park has water fountains, trash bins, benches, and doesn't need for Fido to be on a leash when playing in the park. The park is open daily from 6 am to 11 pm.
    Dog neighborhood?
  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,946/sq mi

    #4 Regner Park

    12
    The gorgeous neighborhood of Regner Park, named after its park, has residential homes and views of gorgeous lacks and dense trees. Regner Park itself offers 60 acres of land, half that is open, and the other half filled with packed-in trees. The park has a fenced-in baseball field, two softball fields, a pond for fishing, enclosed tennis courts, a playground, and two picnic pavilions. The park also has a vast trail system with over 2.5 miles of paved and nature trails that wind through the park, and connects to amenities like water fountains, clean-up stations, benches, and trash bins.
    Dog neighborhood?
  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,936/sq mi

    #5 Pine Creek

    0
    Pine Creek is a spacious neighborhood, backed by the Barton Pond to the west and farmland to the west. In the center of the city is an open park known as Royal Oaks Park, which is surrounded by dense trees for privacy and shade. The park has lots of open fields, with a playground, and 3 miles of trails that wind through the park and out of it, leading into the woods. Dogs are not required to be on a leash in the park, but you'll have to remember to bring water and clean-up bags. Connected to the park is the Friends of Lac Lawrann Conservancy, a preserve that protects the land inside of it. The area has a fishing pond, open fields, and over 5 miles of forested trails to explore. Dogs are welcome and do not have to be on a leash.
    Dog neighborhood?
Book me a walkiee?
Pweeeze!
Sketch of smiling australian shepherd