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Hi! I am so excited to get out and walk some sweet pups! I love dogs and grew up with various types and sizes, from dachshunds to hounds to large mutts. I’m a pilot, so I’m all over the country and enjoy going on walks on layovers. Whether your dog is a bouncing puppy or a gentle senior I will treat them as my own, with safety being my number one priority.
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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, 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
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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Hello Wag users! My name is Bryana Ward and I am currently studying for a Biological Science major with interest in livestock and veterinary medicine. I have always loved pets of all kinds and having a job where I get to walk dogs is awesome! I believe strongly in positive reinforcement training using treats and toys, and I believe all dogs deserve to get out of the house every now and then for some fresh air. I look forward to meeting your lovely pups! :)
Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
This dog-friendly neighborhood, located approximately 40 minutes away, is home to the University Lake. This is a wide open space that allows your pooch to run off-leash and explore all of the terrain. There are trails to walk on, and the surface is natural, not man-made. There are plenty of trees for shade and a lot of scents for your pup to sniff. You will need to bring water and also doggie waste bags for easier clean-up. Lace up your walking shoes and grab Fido’s favorite toy for a fun-filled day by the lake! Make sure you pack a towel, too, because Fido will surely want to take a dip.
If your pooch wants to get in some exercise at a good old-fashioned dog park, this is the neighborhood to be in, because it’s home to the Russian Jack Dog Park. This off-leash dog park is part of a larger park, and the area for the dogs is well-maintained and grassy. You will need to keep an eye on your pooch, though, because this area is not fenced in. There are plenty of trees for shade, but you will need to bring some water and doggie waste bags. Keep in mind that your pup needs to be on leash if you want to explore outside the dog park.
The Far North Bicentennial Park is located in this Fido-friendly neighborhood, and it’s essentially a playground for your pup. This is an off-leash park but it is not fenced in, so you will need to keep a close eye on your pal. There are several trail options, all with a great view. The park offers waste stations for easier clean-up. You and your pup may even get to see some wildlife while at this park! Just don’t let your canine companion harass any of the other animals. There are also streams for your pooch to make a splash in. All you need to bring is some drinking water for you and Fido and your sense of adventure! There’s no better place to enjoy a day out in nature.
This neighborhood is home to Connor’s Bog, which is a real bog! It’s also an off-leash area for your pooch to explore! Connor’s Bog is located near the airport and offers plenty of grass for your up to romp around in, as well as plenty of trees for shade. Your pup can jump in the water and explore all the new sights and smells of this unique terrain. Be sure to pack a towel and some cleaning supplies if you plan to let Fido swim -- he will definitely get dirty if he decides to get in the water! If you prefer to enjoy a leisurely stroll, there are plenty of trails to choose from here. Don’t forget to bring water and bug spray, as the bugs get nasty in warmer weather.
If you and your pooch want a great place to hike, head into central Anchorage. This neighborhood is home to the Bird to Gird Pathway. This is an old rail line that is now part of the Rails-to-Trails program. This trail covers 13 miles of land located in the mountains and along the shoreline. Fido is sure to love the variety of terrain. You will need to be careful, though, as this is not an easy hike. Make sure you have proper hiking shoes and appropriate clothing. The view is amazing; you’ll see mountains and water throughout the trail, so be sure to bring a camera! Grab your canine pal’s leash and some water for a fun day of hiking.
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