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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.
Hey there! My name is Alli, and I would love to help care for your dog. I grew up with a Dalmatian named Murphy, and while I travel too much to own a dog now, I have plenty of nieces and nephews around the country! I frequently dogsit for my friends, and after helping one friend with her nervous dog, she dubbed me the "dog whisperer." I love taking care of animals, and I'm excited to meet your pup!
Hi! I’m a student at the university of Denver and miss my dogs, so I would love to walk yours! I have 4 Alaskan malamutes at home and have always had dogs growing up, whether it was puppies or older dogs.
“Experienced, Friendly, Reliable”
I grew up with family dogs my whole life (starting as a newborn with my first dog Bailey). I’m extremely experienced being around/with dogs and walking them. There’s nothing like walking in the door to a dog greeting you with tail wags. Currently our family has a female black lab and male Havanese
Oral medicine administration, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Behavioral training
Conservation steward who absolutely loves working with animals. I've worked closely with many types of dogs, from tiny puppies to large breeds. I love meeting new dogs and I feel very comfortable being around animals. Much of my family, close friends, and neighbors trust me to look after their furry friends when they're away.
Hi, I’m Lauren! I’ve been a dog lover since before I can remember! I had a cocker spaniel that lived to be 17 years old and currently dog sit for many recurring clients. I absolutely love dogs of all breeds! I can’t wait to meet you and your best friend!
Striving to strengthen the local community, they promote and perform spay/neuters to help reduce the homeless animal population and offer assistance with care to pets of low-income families and others in need. In 2015, the Routt County Humane Society assumed all responsibilities of the Steamboat Springs Animal Shelter, formerly managed by the Steamboat Springs Police Department, transforming the county's only shelter from a holding facility to a compassionate, engaged facility and resource for animals in need and the citizens of Routt County!
The humane society operates a full-service adoption center, provides medical treatment on site, offers low-cost spay/neuter clinics, and runs a volunteer and foster program. It is a group effort to carry out all of these important and life-saving services and it could not be done without the support and engagement of volunteers! The citizens of the local community care about the animals in need and wish to provide them with forever homes and the best lives they can have! In fact, Dog Fancy Magazine designated Steamboat Springs as Dogtown USA, donating to the Routt County Humane Society in support of their compassionate efforts.
This hardworking animal rescue welcomes any animal in need with open arms, loving care, and a chance at a new beginning.
Do you and your doggo want enjoy a refreshing dip to cool off on a hot day? Charlie's Hole, a large man-made swimming hole in the Yampa River, is a popular spot to spend a summer day amongst both two and four-legged locals. The swimming hole can be accessed behind Bud Werner Memorial Library. Let your pal take a leap into the waves while you bask on the rocks with your feet in the water. Just be sure to pick up after your dog and keep them leashed when they're out of the water! The dogs of Steamboat Springs sure do love this special spot!
There are a plenty of places for a pooch to get their paws wet in Steamboat Springs! Every fall before the pool is cleaned for the season, Old Town Hot Springs Lap Pool is open for fun for our furry friends! At the Poochy Paddle, dogs can enjoy diving after tennis balls, splashing in the shallow end, running along the decks, and socializing with their canine pals! The lap pool is heated to around 81 degrees, making it oh so inviting on a cool September day. There is plenty of space for dogs to splash and play! Pick up your tickets in advance for a 50% discount!
This annual festival is a great opportunity to get out with your canine companion and celebrate more than a century of winter tradition in Steamboat Springs! The event features a parade, fireworks, and tons of exhilarating street activities. Street events include kid-skiers pulled by people on horseback, night jumping, obstacle races, the "donkey jump", and other skiing events enjoyed by the folks of Steamboat Springs. Skiing's not your forte? Take your pup to be a part of the Doggy Dash, where dogs pull humans on sleds to the finish line. There is also a S'mores Family Fun Party, a snow sculpting contest, food, and much, much more! Send out the fun-filled weekend at the Night Extravaganza, a night of entertainment complete with skiers jumping through fiery hoops and one of the biggest firework displays in the country! Beat your cabin fever in the height of the Colorado winter with a day of soul-warming fun!
One of two off-leash dog parks in Steamboat Springs, Rita Valentine Park offers stunning views of Mount Werner and an extensive network of trails for dogs to run and play. The grassy, open fields are perfect for expending that excess energy and getting in some doggie socialization. This park is a favorite destination amongst the area's dogs and their humans. Dogs should be under voice and sight control. Be sure to have your leash and poop bags handy and clean up after your pet!
This 6-mile trail through the Routt National Forest highlights three of the areas stunning and peaceful lakes. You should give you and your dog about 4 hours to complete this out and back hike and it is most accessible from June to September. View three of the forest's awe-inspiring lakes, ending at Lake Elmo three miles from the trailhead. This beautiful hike highlights open meadows, clear lakes, big skies, and blooming wildflowers. Be mindful of mountain bikers and clean up after your pup. Take your furry friend along for an outdoor adventure you won't soon forget!
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