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    • Get matched

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      A top-rated local Caregiver will match with you; or you can choose to browse Caregivers near you.

    • Follow along

      Follow along

      Receive live updates and photos. Track your pup's walk via GPS.

    • Get a report card

      Get a report card

      Once your pet is home, view details on how the walk went, complete with a photo!

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    “Delightful dog walker”

    Anyone that knows me would describe me as an animal lover! In high school, I worked for a Corgi breeder, which involved walking, feeding, and loving 10-20 dogs at a time. After my dog passed away last spring, I have been missing him and looking to get more one on one doggy time! I love to go on fast-paced walks, or take our time sniffing all the flowers and fire hydrants along the way. I'll provide all of the behind the ear scratches, belly rubs, and pets that your furry one needs.

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    Top Pet Caregiver

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    Specialties

    Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Obedience training


    Anderson F.
    2021-09-16T06:59:30-07:00
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    “Proud Dachshund Mama!”

    Hi! My name is Maggie and I'm a proud mama of 2 rescued dachshunds. I love all dogs, in fact, people say I'm a little obsessed (I have a weenie dog collection with over 50 items...). I'm a very active person and love to jog, so I know I'm up to the job of walking even the most energetic pups! Please consider me as your dog walker. Thank you!

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    Socially Distanced Pet Care

    Socially Distanced Pet Care

    Specialties

    Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, High energy dogs, Fast walker


    Mariella T.
    2020-09-20T11:58:59-07:00
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    Hi! My name is Kaitlin and I am a HUGE dog lover. I have owned dogs all my life and have been fortunate to take care of my friend's dogs too :) I can't wait to meet both you and your dog and take your dog on the walk he/she so deserves!

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    Cheyenne H.
    2019-10-08T10:00:18-07:00
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    “Delightful dog walker”

    Anyone that knows me would describe me as an animal lover! In high school, I worked for a Corgi breeder, which involved walking, feeding, and loving 10-20 dogs at a time. After my dog passed away last spring, I have been missing him and looking to get more one on one doggy time! I love to go on fast-paced walks, or take our time sniffing all the flowers and fire hydrants along the way. I'll provide all of the behind the ear scratches, belly rubs, and pets that your furry one needs.

    Background Checked

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    Top Pet Caregiver

    Top Pet Caregiver

    Specialties

    Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Obedience training


    Anderson F.
    2021-09-16T06:59:30-07:00
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    Verified Deluxe

    “Proud Dachshund Mama!”

    Hi! My name is Maggie and I'm a proud mama of 2 rescued dachshunds. I love all dogs, in fact, people say I'm a little obsessed (I have a weenie dog collection with over 50 items...). I'm a very active person and love to jog, so I know I'm up to the job of walking even the most energetic pups! Please consider me as your dog walker. Thank you!

    Background Checked

    Background Checked

    Top Pet Caregiver

    Top Pet Caregiver

    Socially Distanced Pet Care

    Socially Distanced Pet Care

    Specialties

    Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, High energy dogs, Fast walker


    Mariella T.
    2020-09-20T11:58:59-07:00
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    Verified Deluxe

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    Anderson F.

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    What a great walk Maude had. Thank You

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    Mariella T.

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    Maggie was fantastic and took great detail to my dogs needs! She left a great review of the walk and I hope to use her again soon!

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    Cheyenne H.

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    Thank you, Kaitlin! The distance was awesome! And I appreciate the love and care you showed for my pup!

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    Kaitlin K

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      Anderson F.

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      What a great walk Maude had. Thank You

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      Shannon C

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      Mariella T.

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      Maggie was fantastic and took great detail to my dogs needs! She left a great review of the walk and I hope to use her again soon!

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      Maggie G

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      Cheyenne H.

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      Thank you, Kaitlin! The distance was awesome! And I appreciate the love and care you showed for my pup!

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      Kaitlin K

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    Best Dog Friendly Neighborhoods in Palmer

    Downtown Palmer

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,212 per sq. mi.

    Downtown Palmer

    4848

    Palmer is home to the annual Alaska State Fair, and hosts the doggone exciting competition of Flyball. This dog sport is second to only sledding in dog-based competition in Alaska. Flyball operates like a relay team only with dogs. At the end of the relay, there is a specially designed box that the dog must press to release the ball for the next in the relay. Dogs of every size, and breed can be a part of a Flyball team. If not on a team, dogs may wag on their favorite competitors.  The Fair runs every year in August.

    Talkeetna

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    17 per sq. mi.

    Talkeetna

    3636

    Hatcher’s Pass, located 12 miles north of Palmer in the Talkeetna Mountains, provides rugged backcountry hiking. The pass  is maintained by the Alaska Department of Natural Resources.This beautiful trail into the mountains will exercise even the fittest working dog. Dogs may walk off-leash, but dog and person are advised to stay on the trail lest an encounter with a bear could make for a ruff misadventure. This trail is only passable on foot a few short months of the year so bring water, food, and some well-functioning hearts. In the winter, the pass is popular with snowboarders and skiers. Most dogs -- apart from sled dogs -- would opt for visiting during the summer, since things are slow-going on the Pass in fall and winter.

    Sutton-Alpine

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    23 per sq. mi.

    Sutton-Alpine

    2424

    Matanuska State Park in Sutton-Alpine, located an hour’s drive away from Palmer, has it all: camping, hiking, biking, fishing, and outdoor fun for tailed and tailless.The park has a boat launch and boat rental, and the waters are also stocked with trout. Dogs are not prohibited from any activities. Polite dogs may traverse the many hiking trails off-leash. However, you’ll need to keep your furry friend on a leash at the campsite. There are quiet hours enforced at the campground so no barking, please. This is a fur and family-friendly park, and campers are asked to clean up after their dogs especially on hiking trails. The park is open year round.

    Wasilla

    1212
    Dog ParksDog Parks
    1 park

    Population DensityPopulation Density
    96 per sq. mi.

    Wasilla

    1212

    Lake Lucile Park in Wasilla, just 20 minutes outside of Palmer, gives dogs a chance to be dogs in a breathtaking outdoor setting. This park offers camping, fishing, and swimming. Dogs can roam free outside the main camping area, where there are few restrictions. Well-behaved dogs may stay off-leash under their owner’s guidance. If your puptastic pal wants to make a few furr-ends, let him play in the expansive, on-site dog park, open all year from 8 a.m until 10 p.m.  The dog park is located at the entrance of Lake Lucile park. It’s a good place to stretch your legs before heading out for a day’s adventure on Alaska’s scenic roadways.

    South Palmer

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    57 per sq. mi.

    South Palmer

    00

    Alaska TLC Kennels, at 2031 S Terrace Court in Palmer, provides a home away from home for dogs who need to board.  This boarding facility has 14 fenced exercise areas for dogs to enjoy during their stay.  Alaska TLC Kennels limits the number of boarders so is a good idea to call in advance to hold your spot. Dogs that board can get down and dirty with their fellow furry friends in the yard four times a day. The business also offers full service grooming to both boarders and non-boarders who just want a little pampering. Give your pal a treat with the puppy pedicure, a popular service at Alaska TLC.

    Downtown Palmer

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,212 per sq. mi.

    Downtown Palmer

    4848

    Palmer is home to the annual Alaska State Fair, and hosts the doggone exciting competition of Flyball. This dog sport is second to only sledding in dog-based competition in Alaska. Flyball operates like a relay team only with dogs. At the end of the relay, there is a specially designed box that the dog must press to release the ball for the next in the relay. Dogs of every size, and breed can be a part of a Flyball team. If not on a team, dogs may wag on their favorite competitors.  The Fair runs every year in August.

    Talkeetna

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    17 per sq. mi.

    Talkeetna

    3636

    Hatcher’s Pass, located 12 miles north of Palmer in the Talkeetna Mountains, provides rugged backcountry hiking. The pass  is maintained by the Alaska Department of Natural Resources.This beautiful trail into the mountains will exercise even the fittest working dog. Dogs may walk off-leash, but dog and person are advised to stay on the trail lest an encounter with a bear could make for a ruff misadventure. This trail is only passable on foot a few short months of the year so bring water, food, and some well-functioning hearts. In the winter, the pass is popular with snowboarders and skiers. Most dogs -- apart from sled dogs -- would opt for visiting during the summer, since things are slow-going on the Pass in fall and winter.

    Sutton-Alpine

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    23 per sq. mi.

    Sutton-Alpine

    2424

    Matanuska State Park in Sutton-Alpine, located an hour’s drive away from Palmer, has it all: camping, hiking, biking, fishing, and outdoor fun for tailed and tailless.The park has a boat launch and boat rental, and the waters are also stocked with trout. Dogs are not prohibited from any activities. Polite dogs may traverse the many hiking trails off-leash. However, you’ll need to keep your furry friend on a leash at the campsite. There are quiet hours enforced at the campground so no barking, please. This is a fur and family-friendly park, and campers are asked to clean up after their dogs especially on hiking trails. The park is open year round.

    Wasilla

    1212
    Dog ParksDog Parks
    1 park

    Population DensityPopulation Density
    96 per sq. mi.

    Wasilla

    1212

    Lake Lucile Park in Wasilla, just 20 minutes outside of Palmer, gives dogs a chance to be dogs in a breathtaking outdoor setting. This park offers camping, fishing, and swimming. Dogs can roam free outside the main camping area, where there are few restrictions. Well-behaved dogs may stay off-leash under their owner’s guidance. If your puptastic pal wants to make a few furr-ends, let him play in the expansive, on-site dog park, open all year from 8 a.m until 10 p.m.  The dog park is located at the entrance of Lake Lucile park. It’s a good place to stretch your legs before heading out for a day’s adventure on Alaska’s scenic roadways.

    South Palmer

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    57 per sq. mi.

    South Palmer

    00

    Alaska TLC Kennels, at 2031 S Terrace Court in Palmer, provides a home away from home for dogs who need to board.  This boarding facility has 14 fenced exercise areas for dogs to enjoy during their stay.  Alaska TLC Kennels limits the number of boarders so is a good idea to call in advance to hold your spot. Dogs that board can get down and dirty with their fellow furry friends in the yard four times a day. The business also offers full service grooming to both boarders and non-boarders who just want a little pampering. Give your pal a treat with the puppy pedicure, a popular service at Alaska TLC.

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