Do you need someone to walk your pooch? Below we’ve featured 10 of the best dog walkers in Boston.
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When you choose MonumenTails for your Boston dog walking needs, you can rest assured that your pup is in good hands. The team of walkers are bonded, insured, and screened thoroughly by a third party before commencing work, and most importantly – they love dogs!
A 20-minute group walk is available for $14, 30 minutes for $15, 40 minutes for $18, and 60 minutes for $21. Walks on the weekend, holidays, or in the evening are based on walker availability and cost $20 for 20 minutes or $25 for 40 minutes. If you have multiple pups, you can add an extra dog for just $5. Contact MonumenTails to get started.
The team at Boston Dog Butlers will ensure your pup has a real adventure, whether it be a stroll and a sniff around the neighborhood, some playtime in the park, or a catch-up with some other furry friends. Founders Don and Eli started Boston Dog Butlers in 2017 with the hope of providing both their human and canine clients with a relaxed, trustworthy dog walking service.
You can choose between a solo walk or a walk with another dog, and select a 20, 30, or 50-minute adventure for your pup. You can book a one-off dog walk or schedule a recurring service to make sure your pup always has plenty of exercise. Boston Dog Butlers also offer training, grooming, and pet sitting – contact Boston Dog Butlers to learn more.
If you’re looking for a reliable dog walker in East Boston, look no further than Dog Walking Do. They are fully bonded and insured and pride themselves on being a small company that can provide your pup with personalized care. Founder Anna has over 10 years of experience in caring for dogs and a passion for exercising pups.
At Dog Walking Do, your pup will enjoy walks in a group with 3-4 other dogs, carefully selected to be compatible with your pup’s size, temperament, and age. Dogs enjoy 30+ minutes of group walking/playtime ($15 Monday to Friday or $18 outside regular hours), or a 10-minute puppy break is available for $10. Extra dogs can be added for $5 – contact Dog Walking Do to learn more.
With its convenient location in the heart of Boston, The Urban Leash offers quality pet care for all of your four-legged friends. Their team of experienced dog walkers has over 15 years of experience and is CPR and First Aid Certified.
The Urban Leash offers only private, one-on-one dog walks for your pup to ensure they get the care and attention they need. A 30-minute private walk costs $20 and a 60-minute private walk costs $30. Additional pups can be added for $5. Contact The Urban Leash to schedule your complimentary Meet and Greet.
Located in South Boston, Happy Paws Pet Care takes the stress out of your day by caring for your pup while you’re hard at work. They offer training as well as dog walking and will always treat your pup with love and respect. Each team member is Pet CPR certified and trained in leash handling.
Private, 35-minute walks are available for $25. 35-minute group walks or walks with a buddy are $20. An hour of playtime with another dog is available for $30. Additional dogs can be added for $5, and weekend or evening walks also cost an additional $5. Contact Happy Paws Boston to schedule a free meet and greet.
Walk My Dog is based in Boston’s South End and offers care for pups, cats, and other pets. All staff members are Pet CPR certified by the American Red Cross, and the company is fully bonded and insured. The team at Walk My Dog has many years of experience with dogs and would love the chance to meet your pup.
A one-on-one 25-minute walk is available for $22, and a one-on-one 50-minute walk is available for $37. A walk with another dog costs $17 for 25 minutes or $28 for 50 minutes. Potty breaks are also offered – $14 for a buddy potty break or $18 for a solo potty break – both are 20 minutes. Contact Walk My Dog to learn more and receive a free dog walk.
Eastie Walks offers dog walking, pet sitting, and play dates for pups across East Boston. Founder Nelson has been surrounded by dogs their whole life and gained a veterinary medical degree in Venezuela. They founded a veterinary clinic before moving to Boston and opening Eastie Walks for all of your dog walking and pet sitting needs.
Group walks (3-4 dogs) are available for $15/30 minutes. Solo 30-35-minute walks are available for $18 and an additional pup can be added for $5. 10-15-minute potty breaks are available for $10 if your dog needs to be let out during the day. Don’t be shy – contact Eastie Walk to get started.
Wannagoout? has been around since 2003 and offers dog walking for pups in Boston’s South End, Back Bay, and Bay Village. Founder and owner Jen runs a team of hardworking, reliable, professional dog walkers who love what they do and are passionate about pups.
Dogs are walked in a maximum of four per group with a 40-minute group walk available for $19. 2 x 40-minute walks are offered at a discounted rate of $34. A 60-minute group walk is offered for $27, or 2 for $50. You can add a pup for $8. A 20-minute private walk is $19, or 2 for $34. A 30-minute private walk is $25. Puppy walks/visits are also available and include feeding, potty breaks, playing, and positive reinforcement. Contact Wannagoout? to get started.
At dogsRbarkin, your pup can enjoy first-class care at a cost that won’t break your budget. Founder and owner Mike has lived in South Boston for a decade and is passionate about dogs. He founded dogsRbarkin in 2010 and hasn’t looked back.
Small group walks are available for $16/25 minutes. If your dog needs more than one walk per day, an additional 15-20-minute walk is offered for $10. For $25, the dogsRbarkin team will take your dog to a local enclosed dog park for one hour of playtime – or two hours for $30. A huge range of additional services is also offered – contact dogsRbarkin to learn more.
Bark Around Boston offers dog walking, hiking, boarding, and playgroups for pups who need to burn off some energy. Barks Around Boston opened in 2012 by owner Danielle – a dog walker and vocal advocate for responsible dog ownership. Danielle regularly participates in seminars and workshops to continue her education in the field of quality pet care.
For puppies, 2 x 20-minute solo visits are offered (one in the morning and one in the afternoon) to promote potty training, training reinforcement, and also give your pup some chow. An off-leash playgroup is also offered where your dog can run wild with other pups for 40-60 minutes. Group walks (available for 20, 30, 40, or 60 minutes) occur in packs no larger than 4 dogs, and solo walks are also available. Contact Bark Around Boston to learn more.
“Emily is an avid writer and dog lover who usually prefers the company of pets over people. Based in Los Angeles, when not stuck in traffic she spends her days reading in the sunshine, relaxing at the beach, or planning her next adventure.”