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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.
Hello. My name is Theresa. I have been working with dogs and cats for over 10 years now both as a Pet Groomer and a Veterinary Technician. . I have experience with all sorts of breeds and personalities. Nothing makes me happier than meeting a new furry friend and getting out in the fresh air. I have my own two dogs, Taz, an Italian Greyhound Mix, and Lucy the Jack Russell. Can’t wait to meet your pets and get them walking!
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Dog first aid and/or CPR, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
Hi! My name is Brooke! I am a huge dog lover and have experience with all kinds of breeds. I had a dog walking business when I was 16 and have walked everything from a terrier to a bull mastiff. I currently have a 5-year-old German Shepherd named Sonya who we adopted from Hawaii!
The Humane Society of South Mississippi carries with it a rich and turbulent history dating back to its inception in the 50s. Almost always carrying over its capacity, HSSM was always used to adapting to challenges; however, it was completely devastated by Hurricane Katrina. From this tragedy, HSSM gained national attention and assistance, which boosted their live release rates tremendously and helped them become an open admission shelter. This shelter also runs the Love Train, a transport vehicle that helps move animals to partner shelters from locations facing unexpected disaster. Through its ups and downs, HSSM has become a beacon of hope for animals in the Gulf region.
Dedicated entirely to the rescue and rehoming of senior dogs, Underdog Animal Society operates entirely from a committed foster network. UAS rescues older dogs on the brink of euthanasia and places them until they find a forever home. Because of their limited space, this shelter is unable to take strays or surrendered animals, but they work with other local shelters to try and get these animals the help they need. This shelter is passionate about educating the community on the benefits of adopting a senior dog and operates a dog food pantry for low-income homes needing assistance.
Founded by one woman with a fervor for helping the little guy, literally, Tired Dog Rescue was started to try and help small breed dogs experiencing homelessness or abandonment. Over the years, TDR has developed programs to alleviate instances of homelessness and provided resources to resolve situational or behavioral circumstances that would prevent an animal’s surrender. Tired Dog Rescue provides veterinary care and socialization to all animals they rehome.
Hosted by the Krewe of Barkloxi, the Bow Wow Pawrade is the talk of the town during Mardi Gras season! Heading off at the Town Green, this parade offers an open invitation to all who want to participate or just spectate. Bring beads, masks, and feathers galore for this timeless Gulfport area tradition. An after-party typically follows with a location to be announced closer to the date. Registered pets are encouraged to fundraise in support in of Humane Society of Southern Mississippi in order to claim the title of Queen or King of Barkloxi! If you pre-register, the cost is only $10.
Taking place on the Long Beach Town Green, the Humane Society of Southern Mississippi joins forces with Carnaval et Fete de Rue invites you and your four-legged companion to their annual Barktoberfest! This event will feature tons of dog-friendly games and activities, local vendors, an adoption event, and food or sweets for purchase. A costume contest and pet parade will also kick off around midday with no cost of entry, but registration is required. Admission to this event is free for humans and animals.
Started by two brothers born and raised in Gulfport, Chandeleur Brewing Company has become a cornerstone of the Southern beer scene. The brothers’ vision became fully realized upon the opening of their own brewing space and taproom several years ago, and they have not looked back since. The taproom has games, snacks, and of course, beer! They provide tours to interested patrons, and several beers are exclusive to the taproom. Dogs are welcome to join their owners for a cold one!
If running a 5K for yourself does not do it for you, why not run one in support of the Gulf Coast Search and Rescue Unit? This organization offers canine assistance in rescue, body recovery, and tracking on an entirely voluntary basis. Feet and Paws for a Cause offers both a 5K and 1-mile course option and encourages pups to come along! There will be several race categories to compete in for both dogs and humans. The cost of registration is only $20, and early registrants will receive a race shirt. Dogs run the course for free!
A new festival to the Gulfport area, the Gulfport Equality Festival is a celebration of the diversity in the city! All are welcome and encouraged to come, along with their furry friends, to build a sense of community and embrace our differences together in these divisive political times. There will be live music, several activities for children, local vendors and small businesses, and food and drink for purchase. Admission to this festival is free, and organizers hope to see this event to grow each year!
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