The Waggin Tails Adventure blog features stories about the dogs we walk, our favorite places to go, vacation care updates, and upcoming dog-related events in the Seattle area

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Tongue out Tuesday!

posted on: June 20, 2017

With Waggin Tails off-leash adventures, your pup gets 90 minutes of non-stop fun at the dog park  as well as experienced supervision.  When experience and safety count, choose Waggin Tails Pet Care.  Check out the latest pictures of our Waggin Tails pups having a blast with some of Seattle’s most adorable doggie pals.







Waggin Tails Pet Care – Safe and Fun

posted on: April 12, 2017

Are you reading this blog while you are at work and pup is at home?  Are you worried sick knowing that puppy is all alone for hours on end?  Are you afraid of what you’re gonna find when you get home from work?  Then, you’ve come to the perfect website.  At Waggin Tails, we provide personalized, loving care…when you can’t be there.  We take your doggie to a Seattle dog park for 90 minutes of supervised, safe romping with some of Seattle’s most amazing dogs.  You can concentrate on your job and relax knowing that with Waggin Tails, your pup is safe and having the time of her life.  Check out these photos of some of our pups on one of Waggin Tails off leash outings.

Seattle Dog Walker Waggin Tails Pet Care

posted on: April 1, 2017

As a Seattle dog walker, one of the things that I find most rewarding and so sweet is when I watch the positive changes in the pups who we take care of.  Waggin Tails off-leash adventures to Magnuson Dog Park in Seattle are a perfect, safe and fun way to support your puppy’s healthy development.  Our off-leash adventures are safe and supervised.  We only bring dogs into the groups who are social, free from aggressive behavior.   So, your puppy is safe and has some of the best Seattle dogs to bond with.

Here is Murphy who joined our packs just a couple of weeks ago.  Murphy is a 6 month old Brittany Spaniel.  Murphy is truly thriving with his Waggin Tails pals and we are so proud of the confidence that Murphy has gained in such a short amount of time.  He gets to develop his dog skills in interacting with lots of other dogs as we supervise making sure that Murphy is never bullied or roughed up.  This way, he gains confidence and has a blast!

Welcome, Murphy.  We are so smitten with you.

Waggin Tails Pet Event Guide: April 2017

posted on: March 28, 2017

Happy Spring! With April coming and flowers getting ready to bloom (probably more rain, too!), it’s a great time to get your pet and yourself ready for event season! Here is a quick look at some upcoming events for you to take your furry friend to, show animal support, and meet other animal lovers.

April 8th: Homeward Pet’s 10th Annual Easter B’egg Hunt

April 15th: Homeward Pet Adoption Center’s Fur Ball Auction and DinnerFur-Ball-Auction-Event-Page-Image

April 22nd: Pet First Aid Class Hosted by Pet First Aid Seattle and Metro Dog Seattlepet-first-aid-logoEDIT

April 22nd: Pints and Puppies

 April 27th: Summit Assistance Dogs’s Unleash Your Love FundraiserLuncheon+2017

April 29th: Auburn Valley Humane Society’s Revisit the Legend of Steppenwolf Benefit Concert


Waggin Tails made the 2017 Top 20 Dog Walkers of Seattle list!

posted on: March 20, 2017

Expertise is a Seattle-based company that works to connect people with experts in their area. They pick industries and survey the area for businesses, rank them, and then hand-select the very best.

This year Expertise looked at 155 dog walkers in Seattle, but picked the top 20 companies based on reputation, credibility, experience, availability, and professionalism. We’re so honored to have been included on this list! We really couldn’t have done it without the amazing dogs and owners we work with!


“We’ve been using Jacki for about two years now. She is a dream come true! I first saw Jacki at the dog park with a peaceful pack of pups. They were all so well behaved and followed her every move. I was really impressed by how in control she was of her pack. I had never really considered a dog walker before because they often don’t seem in control of their dogs and it seems a bit unsafe. Watching Jacki that day really changed my mind.
Our dog, Charlie, is so excited to see Jacki and comes home very tired and happy. Jacki is so dependable and always has good advice about dogs and training. I’m always happy to see Jacki because she is so kind and I know that Charlie will be well cared for and have tons of fun. We are so grateful to have Jacki in our lives. She’s the best!” – Daisy F

Click here to learn more about the 2017 Top 20 Dog Walkers in Seattle!

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