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“Active, young & energetic! LOVE all doggies :)”
Fun energetic young lady!! I have grown up with dogs my entire life and have been a dog walker/sitter for four years now. Would love to meet and walk your fur babies!!!
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 walk my dog 4 times a day and we love the company! I'm a experienced dog trainer that love's helping and walking dog's, if need any dog trainering on the walk well love to do so
Hi, I’m Jenn! I am a responsible homeowner and furmom to a 4 year old German Shepherd. I also just recently started my own online consulting business. In looking for ways to incorporate more joy into my days while also remaining active, I figured Wag would be a perfect fit because who doesn’t love hanging out with dogs?! For boarding - I’ve got a really great yard your pup can run around and play in.
Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
My name is Josh, and I can’t wait to meet your dogs! I’m 30 years old and work seasonally in Alaska for the summers, and different locations in the winters. I grew up with dogs and starting dog sitting at 7 years old for my neighbors. I grew up with a Weimaraner, a Vizsla, Cocker Spaniel, and a Golden Retriever. I have experience with special needs animals, and all types of administrations of medications. Most recently I have been dog sitting and walking dogs in the Denver area through WAG, Rover, and word of mouth for the last 6 months. I love all dogs, but since taking care of a dog during my seasonal work is impossible, unfortunately I’m not able to get my own just yet. I now try to live vicariously through helping take care of other people’s fur babies during the off season!
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Eagle River is a community in Anchorage, Alaska that has been around since at least 1939. The area was settled by adventurous homesteaders and has thrived with its agricultural development. The community joined Anchorage in the late 1900s and has been able to benefit ever since. The community is home to more than a dozen natural parks, making it a great place to take your dog for a walk when he gets restless! Eagle River even has a dog-friendly coffee shop where you can enjoy your morning cup of goodness with your best bud.
The Mount Baldy Trailhead is a popular destination for locals and visitors looking for a way to pass the time with their dogs while in the area. This trail is almost 5 miles of moderate-difficulty paths. Your dog is welcome to join you, but he must remain on a leash. A harness for your dog is ideal for the terrain along this trail. The terrain ranges from dirt and brush to rocky near the top of the loop. Residents in Eagle River can rest easy when the time comes for those fur baby check-ups! There are two animal hospitals right in Eagle River, making finding quality pet care a breeze no matter the reason for your visit.
The central part of town in Eagle River has many of dog-friendly options to choose from if you need a place for a relaxing walk after work or an invigorating way to start your weekend. Eliassen Park is a park and a playground combined, and you can bring the whole family for snifftastic fun in the grass and on the equipment if you have little humans with you! Chief Alex Park is a great picnic spot with plenty of picnic tables and grass for those fun family gatherings. It can get busy during the spring and summer months, so be sure to keep your pooch on a leash and by your side.
North Eagle River welcomes dogs at its various green spaces. Commons Park has a field and a playground for your whole family. You can bring both your two and four-legged little ones with you for a whole afternoon of playing and laughing with the ones who matter most to you. Eagle River Town Square Park is a structured park with benches and areas for picnicking, along with trails for walking those energetic puppers until they are ready to head home! You will want to bring plenty of doggy waste bags for easy clean up, as well as some drinking water for the trip!
West Eagle River has some unique features of its own to offer dog-loving residents and visitors. The Eagle River Campground is a pup-ular destination during the spring and summer months, especially if you're looking for a place to get away from it all for a few days and spend some quality time with just your pup and your thoughts. You will want to bring plenty of waste bags to help keep the campground clean for other campers. Palos Verdes Park is just a few minutes away from the campground and offers a good bit of green grass to roll around in!
East Eagle River is home to Hillcrest Park. This park is one of the greenest spaces around and offers plenty of snifftastic trees for your pup to check out. If you are looking for a bigger park, the Eagle River Lions Club is a great place to sniff out. It is pawfect for larger family events like parties and reunions. Your dog is welcome to join your family in the pavilions as long as he stays on his leash and minds his very best manners. You will also need to clean up after him, but luckily there are plenty of places to put your trash throughout the park.
The Chugach State Park is approximately 495,000 acres of land that you can enjoy with your dog ,as long as he stays on leash. Chugach is one of the largest state parks in the U.S. There is a wide range of terrain, from shoreline and lakes to glaciers and ice fields! While sniffing around, you are likely to come across moose, waterfowl, muskrats, mountain goats, and sheep. Bears and wolves can also often be spotted, but they try their best to keep away from anything with two legs. You can help them keep their distance by making noise as you make your way along the trails.
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