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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.
Hi! My name is Jamie. I am a mother of three beautiful girls ages 14, 13, 7 and have been a dog owner most of my life. I was with my previous employer for 19 years and left them after I moved my family from Utah to Georgia. I am an animal lover and a current pet parent myself. I know how important it is to find the right person to care for our "fur babies". I would love to be the one to care for your four-legged child when you can't be there.
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High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull
“Dog mama wanting to help out other dog parents”
I absolutely love dogs and all animals. I have a Dachshund and a Belgian Malinois. I want to be able to help other dog parents when I can because I know help is hard to find.
Top Pet Caregiver
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Fast walker, Dogs who pull
Weber County Animal Shelter, a county-run animal welfare organization, is in place to protect the health and welfare of animals in Ogden and the surrounding communities. Located in the heart of Weber County, the shelter is committed to providing public safety and fostering a responsible community where all animals have a quality life and are safe from neglect and abuse.
The shelter first opened its doors in 2000 and daily operations include homeless animal refuge, adoption services, lost and found animal reporting, pet licensing, and spay/neuter advocacy. Every animal that enters the facility is thoroughly cared for and receives all necessary medical treatment. The shelter staff strives to place each dog and cat in the most suitable home possible, ensuring both happy pets and happy people. In order to prevent the number of animals entering shelters and to keep pets healthy and safe, the organization advocates for all area pet owners to sterilize, microchip, and keep identification on their animals. Together with the local community, Weber County Animal Shelter is working towards a no-kill county where all animals receive humane treatment.
Another local shelter dedicated to serving the pets and people of Ogden and the surrounding area is the South Ogden Animal Services Division. The small city shelter provides a comfortable, safe, and clean environment for lost and abandoned animals until their families are found or they can be adopted into a new loving home.
In addition to animal care and adoptions, South Ogden Animal Services provides community education pertaining to humane animal treatment, responsible pet ownership, and the importance of spaying and neutering companion animals. They believe that spaying/neutering is the most critical step that citizens can take to strive for the health of pets and the health of the community. Through partnerships with local animal welfare organizations, veterinarians, and rescue groups, South Ogden Animal Services promotes animal adoptions and connects the community with affordable spay/neuter procedures.
Take a short drive south and bring your canine companion along for the Strut Your Mutt event in Salt Lake City's Liberty Park. Though the fun-filled festival takes place in cities nationwide, the Utah Strut Your Mutt is the largest and longest-running of all! This celebration of all things dog features a dog walk, 50+ pet-related vendors, kid and canine activity zones, animal welfare organizations, food trucks, a beer garden, doggie contests, animal demonstrations, live music, and tail-waggin' entertainment! Well-behaved, leashed dogs are encouraged to join you for the doggone fun! Registration fees and fundraising benefit Best Friends Animal Society and other animal rescue groups across Utah.
The Ogden City Dog Park is an oasis for your canine companion! The well-maintained park first opened in 2010 and features separate small and large dog areas, an agility course with training and exercise obstacles, mutt mitt stations to clean up after your pet, leash caddies for temporary dog tie-up while you tend to other tasks, and several doggie watering stations for your pal to stay hydrated on hot days! There is even a trail section to explore alongside your pet and a shady gazebo to seek shelter from the sun. Take a seat on one of the park's many benches and enjoy the picturesque Ogden River while your furry friend sniffs, romps, and plays!
Nothing says Utah like exploring the outdoors with your furry best friend! Get your paws moving on more than 100 miles of trails through the beautiful rolling hills of Utah. The trail runs along the shoreline bench of ancient glacial Lake Bonneville and offers stunning mountain views and a wonderous variety of wildflowers. Dogs are welcome to join you as you hike, but may only be off-leash in the designated Bureau of Land Management (BLM) sections. The trails are well-maintained and human restrooms are available at the trailhead. Be sure to clean up after your hiking pal and bring along your own water- none is available on site!
What better way to stretch your legs and exercise your dog than a fun, pet-centric 5K that benefits homeless animals? Bring the whole family to participate- both two and four-legged members! Register ahead of time for $35 or $25 for kids. On-site registration fees are $40 and all proceeds from the event benefit Best Friends Animal Society of Utah! Registration includes up to two dogs per human. The first 200 human runners receive a Best Friends pint glass and a 10% off food coupon courtesy of Squatters Pub and Brewery. The first 100 pooch participants will be rewarded a race medal/dog tag and other goodies! Head on down to Bonneville Boulevard in Salt Lake City and move your paws for a cause!
You and your furry friend are cordially invited to spend National Dog Week wandering through Ashton Gardens in nearby Lehi, UT! Celebrate with your canine companion by strolling through 55-acres of botanical beauty amidst stunning fall foliage. The outdoor oasis features stately lawns, gorgeous gardens, and the largest manmade waterfall in the Western Hemisphere! There will even be a designated off-leash area for your 4-legged friend with a need for speed! This is the only week all year when dogs can enjoy the gardens with you! Admission is the standard $15 fee and dogs get in free with a paying human.
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