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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 feel like dogs are better than people lol”
What's not to love about dogs! Since I moved to Oregon this spring I have not been allowed to have pets (renting). Lets help each other, I free up your time walking your doggo and I get some doggo time!
Can run with dogs, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Fast walker
Hi there, my name is Justin! I’m a very active, outdoor loving wanna be Coloradian. My Border Collie, Odie and I love hiking local trails and tossing frisbee at the parks. I’m very familiar with most breeds, being there has been a dog in my life since a toddler. I have valenteered at Animal shelter and Zoo’s. I have always loved animals and I’m looking forward to getting to know your furry friend!
Can run with dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
“Your Dog’s Best Friend (After You!)”
Hi, I'm Lauren! I love dogs of all breeds, ages, and sizes—from German Shepherd puppies to socially anxious Mastiffs—and have spent the past ten years sharing that love as a dog sitter and walker. I love being active and outdoors, and will show your dog the same love and care that I do my own. I will do my best to make your experience with Wag! a positive one, and will work to make sure you always arrive home to a happy and healthy dog!
Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
“Full time dog walking and doggie daycare services”
I have been doing pet sitting and dog walking for over 10 years now working for myself as well as another company. I grew up on a farm with horses and cows so animals are my whole world. I'm also home full time so I'm always available for dog walking. I am a full time stay-at-home dog mom! I also run a daily doggy day care if your furry friends are ever in need of some company during the day. I absolutely love animals and will treat your dog as if they are my own while they are with me.
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
My name is Mandi, I am a resident physician who has grown up with a love for all animals! I had a rescue mutt and greyhound dog growing up. I also dog sit for my co-workers when they are out of town!
Top Pet Caregiver
Can run with dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
Hi! My name is Caitlin and I'm a San Francisco native who relocated to Southern Oregon in 2019. I grew up with cats and dogs since I was little! My family has had a yellow lab, a labradoodle, and more recently a corgi/border collie mix! I can't imagine my life without a pooch and I'm looking forward to meeting your best friend!
The largest shelter in Medford, the Southern Oregon Humane Society saves nearly all of the animals that come into its care with an astonishing 99% live release rate! SoHumane has a particular soft spot for senior dogs and dogs from city shelters that have been marked for euthanasia. SoHumane has made big news after rescuing and rehoming several dogs from the Southeast Asian dog meat trade using the partnership they have with a local Thai nonprofit, Soi Dog. Annually, they host Toast for Tails, an extravagant auction that raises a majority of SoHumane’s funds.
Jackson County Animal Services is the official shelter for the municipality of Medford, providing services in both rescue and animal control. They are the go-to contact for instances of animal abuse and neglect and place over 1,000 animals in new homes each year. This shelter has a robust trap and release program for feral animals, and a pet licensing program to provide the licenses required by Oregon law. Jackson County Animal Services works closely with local rescues like CATS and SoHumane to ensure that animals with a high euthanasia risk are given a second chance.
Being one of the only small, non-profit rescues around, Committed Alliance to Strays (CATS) is dedicated to resolving the stray cat problem in Jackson County. CATS comes from humble beginnings, starting in a barn and ending up on the land they have now. Founded by three women, this shelter makes a point to treat all medical conditions in addition to spaying and neutering all animals that come through its doors. Since its inception in 1990, CATS has saved over 10,000 cats from homelessness and shows no signs of stopping.
Situated in Downtown Medford, Paws for a Cause Dog Walk benefits Friends of the Animal Shelter by offering routes varying in length with fun stops for Fido and you along the way! When walkers are finished with their race, they are encouraged to check out the market set up by local organizations, pet product vendors, and animal service providers. Naturally, no dog walk would be complete without a costume contest, and a kid’s zone will be set up for the little guys. For $30, registrants receive a shirt and a swag bag full of goodies for both you and your pup!
The Medford Multicultural Commission puts on an annual street festival at Alba Park for all of Medford to enjoy and experience the world’s cultures together as a community! This festival brings together the intersections of dance, music, food, craft, and culture from the corners of the globe. Whether it is the traditional dance of ancient Mayan culture or the folk music of rural Japan, there is a little something here for everyone. When you are not enjoying one of the live demonstrations, guests are welcome to all sorts of food and drink to expand the palate. Admission and parking are free, and dogs are welcome as long as they are on a leash.
A Fall favorite in Medford, Harvest Festival at Pheasant Fields Farms goes on every weekend in October. Visit their world-famous pumpkin patch, and check out one of their dozens of ongoing activities. While admission is free, Harvest Fest operates on a ticket system. Tickets are $1 each, and activities like the corn maze, face painting, hayrides, and the shooting gallery are all one ticket. Before leaving, guests are encouraged to stop in the Country Store to pick up some speciality fall items like apple cider or Pheasant Field’s favorite caramel apples.
Any resident of the Pacific Northwest will tell you that one thing you cannot miss is the stunning national parks! The Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest is a truly remarkable set of sights, with different trails to be discovered with every visit. The Medford favorite, the Muir Creek Trail, takes you and your pooch into Hummingbird Meadows to drink in the wildlife. Divided into several districts ranging from the snowy mountains to the cascading pools, the Siskiyou Forest covers terrain for every type of adventurer. With camping permits available, this forest is open yearlong.
Put on by Medford Parks and Recreation at Santo Center, Howl-O-Ween is fun for the entire family, particularly those with small humans! Free, but with a suggested $1 donation for entry, Howl-O-Ween will feature a haunted room, bounce houses, and cupcakes. All are encouraged to dress up to participate in the Facebook costume contest for prizes. Put on each October, the proceeds from donations go towards a nonprofit dedicated to getting kids outside and active. Come celebrate the spooky season with your pooch and eat some candy while refreshments last with your neighbors.
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