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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 Ashlea and I have adopted, fostered, and boarded many different breeds from Neapolitan Mastiffs all the way to tiny little teacups. I love them all! :) I am a runner so please let me know if you’d like your pup to get extra exercise during their walk with me. I also currently have 4 repeat boarding clients that have their pups vacationing at my house whenever they’re away. Both my dog and my daughter LOVE to have visitors too! Hope to meet your pups soon! :)
Top Pet Caregiver
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
“I love meeting new dogs of all breeds!”
Hey, I’m Marilyn! I have always been around dogs from a young age and I completely love it! I have had two chihuahuas and now a Labradoodle. I also have volunteered at a pet grooming shop to spend more time with dogs. I hope to help you out in walking your furry friend when there just isn’t enough time in the day for your schedule. :)
Top Pet Caregiver
Hi, my name is Alissa and I love all animals. I own 3 animals 2 dogs and 1 cat. I love to walk and I believe animals should be treated with love and respect like they are family.
“Experienced dog owner and lover”
Hello! I live here in Fort Campbell with my husband and dog. I work on base and am looking for some puppies to walk or take care of around the Fort Campbell or Clarksville area. I visit the Chattanooga and Ringgold area quite often as well so I’d love to take care of your doggies if you live there, too! I have always owned a dog since I was born and I adore them. I will answer any other questions you may have about me or my experiences regarding dog walking in the past. Thank you!
Kaylee is the name, walking dogs is the game! I love dogs of all breeds and sizes, and am the lucky owner of a beautiful black lab rescue! Going through hands-on training with my pup has helped teach me techniques that I use when walking our furry friends. My main priority is to give your dog attention and exercise while ensuring their safety. And okay... you caught me, I might throw in an organic treat or two. How does your dog stop his TV show during Wag walk time? He presses paws.
“walks and belly rubs”
Hello! I'm Kyle and I grew up in the suburbs of Chicago with a German Shepherd/Husky mix. Since joining the military, I have watched numerous dogs around the country as well as adopting my own! They come in all shapes and sizes and have watched all ages from 6 weeks to 17 years old. I can outlast any ball of energy on a walk and can slow down the pace for the dogs who like to smell the flowers along the way. Either way, I know we will have a great time! Your dog will be like part of my family!
Top Pet Caregiver
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
Hey! My names Katie, I'm a student at Belmont University. I'm an exercise science major so I am very active. I love hiking, kayaking, paddle boarding, and most importantly dogs. I'm always the person who has to stop and pet a dog whenever I see one. Growing up, I had a Great Dane and a Chihuahua. So I'm pretty comfortable with all dogs no matter their size. Since I am a college student, I have extra time on my hands and would love to walk your furry friends for you!
Top Pet Caregiver
My name is Joshua and I absolutely love dogs. I Have been a responsible dog owner all my life and completed several canine good citizen classes with my pets. I love my dogs know how much they mean to me. I will treat your fur baby as if he/she was my own!
I am from the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, moved to Tennessee last October. I am married to the most wonderful man on the planet, can’t complain. I love dogs. In fact I grew up with all type of breeds from cocker spaniel to German shepherds. My husband and I are in the process of adopting a black lab who would love to go running/walking with us as well as camping/ kayak trips and so much more. I would love to meet your mutt and take them on a walk when it is needed.
Dog first aid and/or CPR, Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
The official shelter of the municipality of Clarksville, Montgomery County Animal Control enforces all animal regulatory ordinances in conjunction with law enforcement such as reporting instances of dangerous or nuisance animals. This shelter strives towards rabies eradication and combatting overpopulation in the county by offering low-cost vaccines and desexing in their adoption fees. When staff here are not investigating a case or reuniting lost animals with their owners, they are working to rehabilitate homeless animals for adoption.
Montgomery County Friends of the Shelter (MCFOTS) is a nonprofit support organization that operates entirely on volunteer time. While they do not have a shelter space of their own, directing all attention to animals held at the city shelter, MCFOTS is responsible for the rehoming of thousands of animals. Maintaining a very active website and Facebook page, this organization is constantly providing intimate accounts and beautifully taken snapshots of each of the animals available for adoption weekly.
The story of the Humane Society of Clarksville-Montgomery County is one of love, loss, and redemption. Founded nearly 30 years ago, this shelter was quickly overwhelmed by the costs of upkeep and lack of any government funding. They were forced to close their facility for good in 2003 but continued on in their mission to support homeless animals being placed at the city shelter. Unfortunately, the euthanasia rates remained at astonishing highs, and this organization decided to change their focus. They now run a low-cost spay & neuter clinic in an attempt to prevent shelter overcrowding and give more animals a chance at life. While they still facilitate adoptions of dogs and cats, the clinic has become their dominant focus.
The Clarksville Parks & Recreation Department puts on an annual series to get Clarksville out and active with their four-legged family members at Heritage Park. Fun with Fido invites the community to come together to the dog parks for some off-leash, organized fun. There will be swimming pools, agility toys, and games for both dogs and children. A select few vendors will be present selling toys, food, and other refreshments. There will be prizes available to the winners of certain games, so you had better start training for the W now!
Just when you think you have seen it all in the American South, the Riverfront Jerk Festival rolls through to shake things up! The Riverfront Jerk & Caribbean Food Festival is a one of a kind street festival along Clarksville’s picturesque river walk. There will be live music demonstrations, entertainment for the children, and of course, lots and lots of food! So kick back with your pup and some jerk chicken, and let the steel drums take you to paradise. Admission is free, and a Grand Caribbean cruise will be given away to one lucky registered attendee!
Nothing drums up holiday cheer for the family like your town’s local Christmas Parade. The Clarksville Lighted Christmas Parade takes place in the evening, so spectators can take in the bright, shiny strands of lights on walkers and floats. Lights are a requirement to participate in the parade itself, and it is a tradition for spectators to get lit as well. The route runs all through historic downtown Clarksville and heads up near the college campus. Leashed, well-behaved dogs are welcome to join in on the excitement as the Lighted Parade comes up on its near 60th year of running!
Shake off that hangover and get the jump on your New Year’s fitness goals with the annual First Day Hike at Dunbar Cave State Park! Led by one of the dedicated park rangers, the First Day Hike gives humans and their dogs a chance to start the new year right. Dunbar Cave State Park is home to one of the largest cave systems in the country that has to be seen to be believed. The cave has a long-standing history as a music venue, archaeological site, and geological mystery. This short loop-hike is one of many hosted by the park officials and kicks off at the Visitor Center just in time for the end of brunch.
One weekend during the season, the Clarksville Downtown Market sets aside time for the dogs of the city. Attendees are encouraged to bring along Fido to browse the usual vendor stands of produce, home goods, and DIY wares in addition to the dog-centric vendors visiting for the day. In partnership with the Parks & Recreation department, there will be a photo opportunity for your pup to enter the online contest. If online contests are not your thing, there will be a costume contest judged on-site for all pups to participate in at no cost of entry.
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