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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 dogs, and since I have a flexible schedule right now would like to spend my time walking your pup! I have experience taking care of the needs of small and bigger dogs.
Hi, I'm Ally! I just recently moved to Raleigh in October of 2017. I grew up in Cape Cod, Massachusetts with my three dogs Lilly, Cortez, and Roman! Lilly was a Lab/Boxer mix that we adopted from the MSPCA, Cortez was a Chihuahua that we adopted from a pet store, and Roman is a Golden Retriever that my parents bought to become a therapy dog for myself! Currently, my boyfriend and I own our own dog named Toby, who is a Husky mix that we adopted from the Wake County Animal Center! I began dog sitting when I was younger. Our neighbor Matthew had a Border Collie named Stanley that we watched every time he traveled for his job. It was from as little as three days to the longest of two and a half weeks. I love all animals, dogs especially! I've been vegan for three years due to my love of animals. I plan to go to school to be a Veterinarian Technician in the near future. I would love to use my endless compassion for animals to ensure your pet is treated with the best service; keeping them healthy, entertained, and most importantly, happy! I will treat your pet with care, kindness, and love. I will make sure they will receive the best Wag! experience, keeping them safe and happy!
The small town of Provincetown, MA has a huge heart for animals! The local pets and people are in wonderful hands thanks to the Carrie A. Seaman Animal Shelter (CASAS). The no-kill, cageless shelter has been compassionately serving the Lower Cape Cod area since 1971. CASAS exists to provide a safe haven for the area's homeless dogs and cats until they can be successfully adopted into permanent, loving homes. Every animal taken in by the shelter receives complete, direct care and veterinary services to lead happy, healthy lives.
The organization is committed to placing every dog and cat they care for into the most suitable home possible. Those looking to adopt are met with thorough guidance to be matched with the best pet for their home, lifestyle, and family. CASAS is operated almost entirely by volunteers and receives no outside funding, but instead relies on generous donors and tireless fundraising efforts. In addition to homeless animal care and adoption, the shelter is dedicated to making the community a better place to live for both people and pets.
They offer support and pet care assistance for community members experiencing major transitions or crises to ensure their furry family members can stay safely in their homes. Additionally, CASAS provides dynamic education and outreach targeted at promoting spay/neuter procedures and eliminating animal neglect. As a genuine representation of civic responsibility, the shelter is environmentally conscious in everything they do and works to reduce their waste, natural resource use, and overall environmental impact. The loving care at the Carrie A Seaman Animal Shelter brings Provincetown's dogs, cats, and people together.
The people of Provincetown sure love their dogs and the annual Pet Appreciation Weekend is how they show it! The three-day pet-centric celebration features all sorts of events, activities, games, and contests throughout Provincetown and is sure to be a doggone good time for you and your canine companion! Notable, dog-approved events include a Pet Parade, Blessing of the Animals, Canine Games, and a Doggie Dance and Costume Contest! Much of the weekend can be enjoyed free of charge with your furry friend, but admission fees apply for some events. Join lots of fellow animal lovers for a fun-filled weekend of pampering your pets!
Come gather with the area's happy hounds and their human handlers at the Provincetown Public Library for a day that has gone to the dogs! For one day only, the library's doors (and lawn) are open to your canine companion for all sorts of tail-waggin' fun festivities. The event brings together lots of local businesses, professionals, and organizations to offer treat tasting stations, pet exercises and rehab tips, DIY tug toy creation, a doggie kissing booth, resources to keep your pet happy and healthy, canine contests, and much more! Leashed, licensed dogs are encouraged to attend for plentiful playtime and lots of love!
Herring Cove offers several miles of dog-friendly beaches so your furry friend can get in on some fun in the sun! The beautiful beach is located on the Massachusetts Bay side of Provincetown. Your doggo will have the time of his life wading through the water, playing in the sand, and splashing in the salty sea! Herring Cove is a gorgeous, well-maintained stretch of coastline equipped with calm bay waters, easy access parking, and a concession stand with food, drinks, restrooms, and showers. Just make sure dogs remain leashed! Beach access is free, but there is a $15 parking fee. Locals and visitors agree- this is the best dog-friendly beach around!
This doggie-designated area consists of nearly an acre of wide open space secured with 6-foot fencing and a double-gated entryway. Two separate sections- one for small dogs and one for all dogs-ensure safe and happy playtime! The park is clean, well-maintained, and offers great parking. Pilgrim Bark Park is beautifully manicured and artistically crafted, featuring several dog and human water fountains, unique poop bag stations, a memorial area, benches designed by local artists, painted fire hydrants, and a super-sized dog house. Voted the second best dog park in the country by DogFancy Magazine, this off-leash oasis is a dog's dream!
Every October, the Cape Cod Dog hosts their fun, festive annual dog paw-ty and fundraiser at Karoo Restaurant in the neighboring town of Eastham, MA. Costumed canines and humans have gathered for more than 10 years to put a dog-friendly spin on this spooky holiday! The event features a canine costume contest, doggie photo booth, furry friend trick-or-treat table, raffle, and lots of tasty treats! Prizes will be awarded to the top dogs for the scariest costume, most creative costume, and best pet/human costume combo! Though four-legged friends are encouraged to attend, you don't need to have a dog to enjoy this event and support a good cause. All funds raised benefit dedicated animal welfare organizations and the homeless animals that they help!
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