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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.
“Less talking more walking!”
Hello! My name is Jocelyne and I am a student at MSU Denver studying Psychology and Criminology. I’ve had pups my whole life ranging from all different breeds and sizes, and love to be around them. I look forward to working with your little fur babies!
Can run with dogs, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Puppy care, Training experience
Hello! I am Casey, I am a full time teacher in a nearby school. I have grown up with animals and just love spending my time with them. As a girl, I grew up with dogs, cats, horses, and rabbits. I like to be active and spend time outdoors so for me walking a dog is perfect!
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Hi my name is Kirsti and I am a Colorado Native! I grew up with dogs my entire life and finally have gotten a pup of my own. I love to stay active so walking dogs as a way to earn an extra few bucks works perfectly for me. I will show your pup just as much love as I show my own, I understand dogs are family members so they must be treated like the prince/princess they know they are!
I am a huge animal lover. I have 2 dogs and 4 cats. I have cared for animals 25 years of my life. I am very comfortable around all breeds, sizes and shapes of pets.
“Experienced dog owner and love caring for dogs!”
Recently moved to Pueblo from FL. Will provide love, fun and safety for your dog. Experience includes staying at dog owners home for three weeks while they were in Europe, taking care of two large dogs. Walked, fed and gave them meds.
Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Training experience, Obedience training, Behavioral training, Socialization training, Potty training
Hi my name is Taylor, I'm 27 and I moved to Colorado in August of 2017. I grew up outside Chicago where my childhood dog was a Basset Hound, but now my parents have a boxer/treeing walker coonhound mix who is a forever pup. I've dogsat a dozen times for a multitude of different dog breeds and sizes, and most times have been for more than one dog. I've never met a dog I haven't immediately fallen in love with!
Can run with dogs, Fast walker
In Pueblo, Colorado, there are numerous animal shelters dedicated to serving the homeless pet population of the area. These organizations help to provide shelter, food, and medical care to animals in their most vulnerable states. Two of these organizations are PAWS for Life and Pueblo Animal Services.
PAWS for life is a private animal shelter in Pueblo, Colorado. The shelter is limited admission due to the limited space and staff that the organization has. The organization helps spay and neuter animals to prevent more unwanted animals needing care in the future. The group works hard to educate the public about the smart and humane treatment of all animals. While the group provides shelter, food, and care to the strays, its main goal is to find new homes for these animals.
Pueblo Animal Services is one of two locations for the Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region. The other is located in Colorado Springs. The two form the largest animal welfare organization for homeless and abused animals in Southern Colorado, which makes them extremely important to getting animals the help they need. Both of these shelters are open-admission, meaning that they never turn away an animal. Each year, the organizations care for more than 23,000 cats and dogs in need. The shelters provide food, a safe space, and medical care to all animals that come through the doors.
If you live in the Pueblo area and are looking for a new furry friend, consider finding a dog or cat at one of these two animal shelters.
Every June PAWS for Life hosts the Celebration of Life event! Bring your dog out to the Gold Dust Saloon in Pueblo for a morning of fun and exercise. Sign up for the 5k run, the two-mile walk, or the kiddie run.
Starting at 8:30 am, the event kicks off with the Kiddie K run. At 8:45 am, the two-mile walk begins. The main event, the 5k, starts at 9. After the races, be sure to stick around for the award ceremony and a free lunch at the Gold Dust Saloon that will include a drawing for great prizes!
Entry fees are $25 for adults up to a week before the event. During the week of the event, entrance to the races is $28. Day-of tickets are $30 per adult, but only $20 for those under 20 years old. The Kiddie K is free!
One of the largest pet events in the Pueblo area each year is the Chieftain Pet Expo. Join other pet lovers and their dogs at the Giodones Weatherport Tent at the Colorado State Fairgrounds for a day of fun each May from 11 am to 4 pm! The event is typically held on a Sunday early in the month.
During the event, you will be able to watch exciting demonstrations, participate in or watch contests, such as the Most Expressive Ears, Best Kisser, and Best Wagging Tail!
For the kids, there will be a trivia contest.
Admission is free and the event has fun for the whole family.
Bring your pet down to the Riverwalk at the Gazebo each October for the annual Community Pet Blessing and Pet Food Drive. Help out animals in need by bringing a food donation to the event, which will go to one of the local animal shelters in the area to help provide additional supplies for homeless animals in need.
All pooches are welcome at the event, but you're sure to see other creatures there, too! Each year, horses, cows, fish, snakes, cats, dogs, hamsters, and more are brought down for the Blessing Ceremony, which is meant to help protect our pets throughout the year. All animals should be on a leash, lead rope, or in a carrier of some kind.
The ceremony is free and takes place from 2:30 to 3 p.m.
Join the most patriotic, dog-friendly 5k in the country at Warrior Dog Memorial’s annual 5k run. The whole family is welcome at this fun event where strollers are allowed on the race trail and children and dogs of all ages can participate!
Registration is $20 per person on the day of the race, pre-registration prices are $15 per person. All participants over the age of four require registration fees. T-shirts are available for each registered racer. Little kid registration is free, but no t-shirt is included.
Bring your friendly pupper to pound the pavement at your side!
The race starts at 9 am at Iron Horse Gym and Iron Horse Park in Fort Carson.
Every Tuesday night, pack up your pooch and head down to Pub Dog for a night of great food, adult beverages, and of course, dogs! The Barks, Booze, and Bags weekly event at Pub Dog helps to raise money for the Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region.
Each week, there are different mystery prize bags that you can enter raffle drawings to win. With five different bags each week, you are sure to win some great prizes!
Remember that $1 from each draft beer and glass of wine sold between 6 and 8 pm is donated to the Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region.
Both the indoor and outdoor areas of Pub Dog are dog-friendly, so bring your mutt in for a good time, anytime!
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