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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.
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Dedicated, full-time pet care giver for 4 pet care companies, who is well received by almost any breed of dog or cat, with over 5 years of pet care experience. I'm one of Wag's Top Dog walkers with over 1,800 dog walks & Rover pet sitter/walker with 120+ 5-star reviews. I provide a variety of pet care services within the Steele Creek area, including Fort Mill & Tega Cay and am available within a moment's notice for all of your pet care needs.
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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
Identified as one one of Wags Top Dog Walkers in Charlotte within the first month of joining based on Volume and Customer ratings. Two and a half years later 1726 walks and sittings, Charlottes most awesome pups, big and small, while maintaining 1700 5 star ratings. Making sure your dog is safe, engaged, pooped upon return and loved as if it was my own is my goal every time. If that’s what your looking for that is what you’ll get with my service. I hope your awesome dog is the next one I meet.
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Recycled Pets Incorporated is a small nonprofit rescue team in Rock Hill that is a hub, connecting the community to dozens of valuable information resources ranging from low-cost desexing options to the dangers of giving animals as gifts. This shelter has a particular affinity for animals needing a little bit more help than the average, such as those with disabilities, seniors, and what they call ‘black pearls’ (black dogs). Despite this shelter’s size, they leave a lasting impact on every animal that walks through their doors, providing in-depth profiles and excellent photos of each adoptable dog and cat.
Serving Rock Hill and other surrounding towns, the Humane Society of York County is a nonprofit that has been rescuing and rehoming since 1976. This shelter is a member of No Kill South Carolina and hopes to bring the prohibition of unnecessary euthanasia to surrounding rescues. HSYC raises funds through a number of local events and through a thrift store run by volunteers in order to rehome just under 1,000 animals each year. The shelter maintains a robust volunteer and foster network, providing opportunities to gain work experience to young adults in the area.
Halfway There Rescue focuses on counties in the Charlotte area, taking dogs from high-kill shelters in dozens of cities. Founded by a young woman with a passion for helping vulnerable breeds, this shelter has saved over 2,000 animals! Halfway There partners with several shelters in York County by supporting their local events and hosting events of their own like food drives and adoption events.
Go green at St. Patrick’s on Main! Join the Rock Hill community each March at 201 East Main Street for a day of Irish celebration showcasing dancers, musicians, and tons of food. This free event will have an entire zone just for children, and leashed dogs are welcome to walk along the street festival! Vendors will be present selling local handicrafts and gear in addition to beer and spirits provided by one of the festival’s many sponsors. You don’t have to be Irish to have a little Irish pride!
One of the only Come See Me Festival’s events at which pets are permitted, the Waggin’ Trails Dog Walk is part of the hugely popular Springtime festival! Kicking off at the Comporium Technology Center, this informal walk event raises funds for the Animal Adoption League of York County with a small entry fee of $5 per walking pair. This event welcomes dogs and humans of all ages to take a break from the buzz of the Come See Me Festival, and take a lap to walk off all the delicious food you are sure to have enjoyed there!
The annual Dog Gone Good Time Festival is a fundraising event put on by the Humane Society of York County at Walter Y Elisha Park as the dog days of summer come to a close. This festival ramps up to be bigger and bigger each year, with sponsors throwing together luxury swag bags for each registrant and their pup! There will be bouncy houses, dog-friendly events, and food and drink. On-site registration for the event costs $25, and this includes a goodie bag and access to all the family-friendly fun and games throughout the park!
Can you think of anything cuter than dozens of weiner dogs racing for prizes, but more importantly, for the glory? Didn’t think so. The Oktoberfest Weiner Race, hosted by The Humane Society of York County, brings together dachshunds and dachshund mixes for the race to end all races at Fountain Park! Participants are encouraged to dress up. While the race is limited to dachshunds, other breeds are welcome to come along and spectate! Registration online costs $10, and this event is free to spectate.
Get in the holiday spirit with the Holiday Hounds Costume Contest as a part of Rock Hill’s Christmasville spectacular! There are several categories for judging, and prizes are awarded at the end. After the contest, competitors are encouraged to parade across the promenade. If dogs dressed in ugly Christmas sweaters or as giant ornaments don’t get you in the Christmas spirit, you might want to look out for a lump of coal this year! This event is free to spectate. Registration costs $10, and funds go towards The Humane Society of York County.
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