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Sittings take place at your home and boardings take place at your pet caregiver's home.
All pet caregivers offer pick-up and drop-off for boarding services.
Your pet caregiver will send photos and videos throughout the service in addition to a thorough report card.
Wag! is the nation's fastest-growing network of pre-screened and insured pet sitters and dog walkers. In less than 15 minutes you can book a nearby dog sitter, daycare provider, or dog walker, who'll take complete care of your loved one - at their place or yours.
“I love all animals”
Hi! I have experience with dogs through working at the humane society and volunteering with animal control. I was also raised with 5 dogs in the house. I fully understand the importance of a dog getting it’s exercise and being socialized!
Top Pet Caregiver
Can run with dogs, Puppy care, Fast walker
“Your dog is in good hands :)”
Hello, my name is Katie and I am 20 years old. I am from Tucson AZ, and I have over 180 volunteer hours at the Humane Society. I also volunteer at the Tucson Wildlife Center when I am in Tucson during the summers. I am a Wildlife Biology major and Studio Art minor at NAU, and I am in my 3rd year. I love all animals very much and would love to walk your dog! Thank you for considering me, hopefully I will meet you soon. :)
Can run with dogs, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
“I hope to meet your furry friend soon!”
Hi there! My name is Lydia, I am in my last year at NAU and will be graduating with a Public Health degree. I like to volunteer at the Coconino Humane Society and petting dogs in one of my favorite past times. I am always ready for a good long walk, and playing some fetch. I have my own pup, a chocolate lab named Ben. I hope that I get a chance to meet your furry friend too!
High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
“A dog walk a day keeps the veterinarian away!”
Hello! My name is Hailey and I am a full time graduate student and working full time at my university too! I am looking for a way to supplement my income as I pay for school. What better way than spending my extra time with your furry family members? I am a former pet store employee and have lots of dog experience. I am here to put your mind at ease, knowing without a doubt your pup is under the best care while they are with me. I provide many services and cannot wait to meet y’all!
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
Salutations! My name is Consuelo, I grew up in the Northern Arizona region. Throughout my life, I've always been surrounded by dogs and other furry critters. With this experience, I've developed patience and understanding for all creatures of every type. I currently have two Basset Hounds, Ladybug and Chuy. They have the cutest ears! I've cared for small, large, young and elderly dogs. Each dog is an individual with individual needs and I comprehend that. Your dog's well being is my priority!
Dog first aid and/or CPR, Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
My name is Jessica, my entire life has always been about pets they are my passion. Over the years, friends and family entrusted their pets in my care because they know I will treat them as my own. I have fostered and rescued dogs. Dogs (pets) enrich our lives so much, I'm grateful to have the opportunity to meet your precious pet.
Top Pet Caregiver
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
Hey all! I just moved here from Colorado after finishing my undergraduate degree. I am pursuing my doctorate in physical therapy and want to get to know the new place I now get to call home and enjoy walking some pups!
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Puppy care, Fast walker
Hi I'm Collin! Im 21 years old and go to Northern Arizona University. I have lived in Longmont my entire life. I have always had a great passion for dogs and being around them. I’ve grown up training and caring for golden retrievers and given them the same compassion and love that they have treated me with.
Can run with dogs, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
Flagstaff has a huge community that includes hundreds of dog lovers. This is made evident by the outstanding numbers of organizations that are dedicated to rescuing and rehoming furbabies from the area. The entire community of this city has come together to support the many events and service facilities that provide aid to homeless animals, showing that they truly care about the local paws and claws that cry for help!
Organizations such as Paw Placement of Northern Arizona offer homeless pets a second chance at life, love, and happiness every day. Their facility offers everything from low-cost spay/neuter programs to programs that assist in finding temporary housing for pets when owners are hospitalized, showing that they truly want to find the best way to keep pets in loving homes.
Another great facility we discovered is High Country Puppy Rescue. This 501(c)3 charity organization takes in pups from all walks of life, all across the state! They work tirelessly to ensure that the young pups of this world get a solid paw on the ground and find their fur-ever homes with families who understand the needs of a growing pupper.
Wildhorse Ranch Rescue in Gilbert, Arizona was founded in order to help the many homeless dogs, cats, horses, and even wild burros of the area! They not only take in abandoned dogs and cats, but also strive to find homes for the wild burros of the region that come to them through the BLM roundups.
In addition to these animals, the Ranch Rescue Organization helps to save horses from auctions that may otherwise end up at the slaughterhouse through no fault of their own. They realize that families can fall on hard times and they offer to take in animals and place them in safe, loving homes, after receiving any necessary veterinary care they may need.
All of these outstanding foundations hold firm beliefs that education, acceptance, and love are the most important factors in providing animals with the lives they deserve. From treating injuries to taking in strays, they work around the clock to bring a bright light into dark, little lives. Volunteers abound and the shelters are always happy to see donations and smiling faces.
The annual rescue roundup is a great chance for furbabies and their parents to get together and have some fur-riously good fun! Come down to the park and pad around, visiting the variety of vendor stalls and take part in the activities that fill each year's roundup.
While you're there, if you happen to fancy a new family member, check in with one of the region's shelter stands and arrange a meet and greet with some of the adoptable lads and lasses they have along for the festivities.
Some of the clinics available each year include low-cost spay/neutering, microchipping, and even some great obedience seminars! Education is the word of the day and every shelter will be promoting owner education and awareness.
Every year folks get together at one of the local bowling venues to play a great tournament for their local Humane Society. Stop in and sponsor a bowler to support this great cause and help to provide great care and support for the homeless pooches of the area.
Registration for the event is typically held at 3:30pm, but be sure to check the newest event flyer for full details if you wish to bowl. It's always a great idea to get out there and do something for the animals in the community. Why not have some fun with other concerned folks while you're at it?
Don't forget to grab some food and take part in the mini-events that take place, too! There is usually a silent auction, buffet for a fee, and raffle prizes galore. All of the proceeds go to support the Humane Society and donations are always welcomed as well!
Each year a bake sale and open house are held at Wildhorse Ranch Rescue Annual Bake Sale and Open House in order to spread awareness for the many animals in need in Arizona, as well as to raise funds to help support the animals at the rescue facility. This event is quite exciting and buckaroos from all over are welcome to come visit and meet some of the lovely folks that make this rescue their priority. Located in Gilbert, Arizona, this event helps to support the WildHorse Ranch Rescue, where there are plenty of dogs, cat, donkeys, and horses who need to find their forever homes. Each animal has a full life to live and the donations and proceeds of the bake sale will go a long way to ensure they find the homes they need, as well as any medical care they require beforehand.
Verde Valley has an Annual Dice Run for those who really enjoy getting out and supporting the local shelters. Whether you just like being a spectator and donating to an awesome cause or you really love the adrenaline rush of winning a great hand, you should check out this bark-tacular event!
Bring a bike, truck, car, or anything you need to make the trip, as the event is filled with great people with interesting experiences, with all proceeds going to the Verde Valley Humane Society and one other selected shelter each year. Simple donations are readily accepted as well and are always appreciated as these "hardened" men and women ride from stop-to-stop to bring awareness about the homeless pet population of the area, doing their best to support those furbabies to find new homes.
Registration for those who wish to participate in the run is held in the morning and a list of run stops is available through their Facebook page. There you'll also find more information regarding the event times, dates, and any additional mini-events that may be hosted alongside this pawsitively outstanding event.
The Rails-to-Trails Conservancy has provided a wealth of great walking trails to pet owners, mountain bikers, hikers, riders, and others across the country. Close to Flagstaff, the trailhead for the local Route 66 Trail is easily accessible with a convenient parking location nearby, making it a great opportunity for you and a four-legged companion to enjoy the outdoors together or with friends.
The trails are kept up by the Rails to Trails Conservancy, as well as local groups who truly care about keeping these historic venues open and clean for everyone, two and four-legged alike. Don't forget to bring your furbaby for a walk or jog and have some fun meeting other fur-ever families along the trail!
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