Wagging Trails Off-Leash Group

These 60-75 minute off-leash excursions with eight to ten dogs are a great opportunity for your pup to socialize with others and exercise on fenced in, private land. These adventures elevate the overall health, wellness, and happiness of your dog, giving them the opportunity to safely get rid of some energy. Your dog will be happily exhausted after a run with our athletes and other canine companions!

Moose and Otis having a blast playing at our Wagging Trails Group

Moose and Otis having a blast playing at our Wagging Trails Group

Benefits of Group Activity for Dogs

  • Helps to reduce or eliminate the common behavior problems, such as digging, excessive barking, chewing and hyperactivity.

  • Socialization, especially at a younger age, can help your dog get along and play safely with other dogs.

  • This group includes very active play, which helps dogs who may be home alone for extensive periods. We have seen reduced separation anxiety and elimination of destructive behaviors from dogs that attend Wagging Trails.

  • Helps timid or fearful dogs build confidence and trust.

  • Helps dogs feel sleepy, rather than restless, at bedtime or when you’re relaxing. We have heard from many happy clients that their dogs are much more calm in the evening after a Wagging Trails excursion. We know you like to relax after a long day of work, and now you can do it with your pup!

Dewey and Remy getting a great run in!

Dewey and Remy getting a great run in!

Free Canine Consultation

Dogs have personalities just like people do. Our team wants to make sure there is a mutual connection that can build trust with you and with your dog.

This first meeting will give us an idea of your dog’s fitness level and recall. The off-leash group takes place in a contained, fenced in area, so excellent recall isn’t required, however socialized dogs who have off-leash experience are the best candidates. If recall needs improvement, we do work on it with call words and treats.


Typical Workout Day

  1. Pickup: Your Canine Cardio Athlete will come by and pick up your dog(s) for the group.

  2. The Run: Once all pups have been picked up, we are off to our private land in Seekonk. A typical day includes 60-75 minutes of hiking, playing and running. We have fresh water and pools for warm weather! The ride home is usually very quiet as the pups are happily exhausted.

  3. Return Home: Once our 60-75 minute group run has been completed, your pooch will be returned home dog-tired and ready to relax, allowing you to do the same. We typically have dogs out of the house 2-2.5 hours total including play and drive time.

We're a Health-Conscious Company

Before contacting Canine Cardio, it’s always a good idea to talk with your vet to make sure your best friend is healthy enough and the appropriate age for distance running.

Prevent Bloat: It is recommended that you don’t feed your pup one hour prior to or one hour after a run. This is to reduce the risk of bloat – a dangerous stomach condition.



Contact Canine Cardio

Providence, RI 02906


M-F: 6am - 6pm