20 Dog Walkers in Sydney Eastern Suburbs

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What do dog walking services include?

Our dog walking specialists can help you give your pet the exercise they need, even while you’re away. This means supervising their walk and even encouraging them to socialise with other dogs. While the details of each job may vary among Taskers and can even depend on your pet’s needs, here’s what’s typically included when you request a dog walking service through Airtasker.

Picking up and dropping off your pet

Your Tasker will need access to your house or apartment to pick up and drop off your dog. Once you’ve given them a copy of your keys, they can easily fetch your pet, lock up your house, and take your dog for a walk.  

Afterwards, they’ll drop off your pet and make sure they have enough food and water. If necessary, your Tasker may also towel off your dog and wipe their paws to prevent tracking in dirt. After giving a few more pets and cuddles and making sure your dog is comfortable, your walker will lock up the house and be on their way.

Note: If your Tasker is handling more than one client’s pets, you can expect a couple of other dogs to be in your home for a few minutes while your dog is being picked up or dropped off. If you worry about your house’s cleanliness, talk to your Tasker about making sure these other dogs stay on-leash and supervised at all times - or opt for a solo dog walking arrangement.

Supervising your dog’s walk and interactions

The bulk of your dog walker’s job is to get your pet moving. They’ll make sure your pet is happy, comfortable, and safe while on their walk. This includes following your instructions, helping your dog socialise, and giving lots of love and attention.

Typical dog walkers usually handle more than one owner’s pets - which means your dog can make several new friends on their regular walks. Because of this, it’s essential to make sure your dog is vaccinated, dewormed, and is trained or socialised. To be safe, some Taskers require dogs to be neutered or spayed. Ask your Tasker about their policies, or specify in your task post if you’d prefer to have your dog walked solo or in a pack. 

Handling dog mess & emergencies

Your Tasker also takes charge of cleaning your dog’s mess and making sure they don’t destroy any property during their walk. Taskers usually have their supply of waste bags, but you can provide your own.

In case of emergencies, your Tasker must have your contact information and that of your vet. While your dog walker will work to keep your pet safe, it won’t hurt to give them this information beforehand.  

Need a hand with other household tasks while you’re out? Airtasker can also help you book sitters for your dog or house, or even help make sure your pantry is stocked. In just a few taps, you can get more done! 

Recent Dog Walking tasks in Sydney Eastern Suburbs

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Maroubra NSW, Australia

19th Feb 2019

Would like some one to feed our dog in the morning and night and walk her at night for 45 mins...while we are on holidays for 10 days ... we live in the eastern suburbs

Casual Dog Walker


Randwick NSW, Australia

5th May 2019

A small dog walking business based mainly in the Eastern Suburbs is looking for a fun and confident dog lover that is available on any of the dates below: - Thursday 9th - Friday 10th - Monday 13th to Friday 17th Duties will involve performing dog fitness sessions with another already trained staff member. A driver's license is a must (please note a P1 provisional licence or P2 provisional licence is acceptable). Opportunity for part-time and/or full-time roles, however, if you're are only available for any of the dates above that is fine too. Pay will be between $20 - $25/hr depending on experience. If interested please feel free to contact us :)

Dog Walker Needed This Weekend


Rose Bay, New South Wales, Australia

5th Jun 2017

Hello! My husband and I are looking for a dog lover to come walk our pup Eddie over the long weekend coming up. **** need to be walked on the following schedule: 1x PM on Saturday 1x AM on Sunday 1x PM on Sunday 1x AM on Monday We will also require a meet and greet prior to work beginning, and to keep an eye on his food and water. Please be sure to send through your experience caring for dogs when responding. Thanks so much and look forward to hearing from you! Katherine

This was the first time we left our 8yo dog with someone outside of our family and could not have been more impressed with Andree! She was very patient and sweet with our skiddish rescue pup who doesn't always take to new friends. But by the end of just the first visit Andree had totally won him over. We can't wait to have her back to watch Eddie again and could not recommend her more highly!!! Thank you Andree!!

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Bronte NSW 2024, Australia

10th Feb 2020

2 chow chows need to be walked. Both 5 months old. Probably 45 minutes walking