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My name is Kham Nguyen and I am from Florence, Alabama but I am here attending UAB. I enjoy working with dogs and just being around them. I volunteered at an animal shelter when I was younger in my hometown and this allowed me spend time with all sorts of dogs and puppies. I like to think that my passion and experience makes it easier for dogs to be comfortable around me, which makes it easier for me to work with any canine companion.
Dog first aid and/or CPR, Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
Cloverdale, Alabama is known for its tall trees, wide lanes (once used for horse and buggies), and friendly people. This unincorporated community is the pawfect place to soak up some small-town charm. It's also a great place to walk your dog, especially in the spring, when the historic district comes to life. Old Cloverdale is the historic district, and its cobbled lanes might just make you and Fido feel like you've stepped back in time.
If you're looking for a great place to eat while in town, you aren't going to find a lot of options. Your best choice will be to go about twelve miles on over to Florence, which is home to a place called Wildwood Tavern. You and your dog can munch on all the best pub fare that has a little bit of a twist. Just reading the menu will make your mouth water! As long as your pup is on a leash, he can chow down right next to you.
You can find more pet-friendly restaurants and other amenities just a short drive out of town!
For some classic southern barbecue, come on over to 306 Barbecue. This is a meat lover's paradise, with so many options that you may just want to choose the sampler platter. Your dog can join in on the feast, and you can even order him some milder choices. Please make sure you bring a leash for him. You may want to bring his food dish, but you can always order him a to-go box if you forget. This Fido-friendly eatery has a wide range of side dishes, like slaw and potato salad. You can also order a classic dessert like banana pudding. The best part is that Florence is only about twelve miles from Cloverdale.
The Chicago Cafe, also in Florence, has taken classic fare from all over America and put it on the menu. You can get a New York dog with sauerkraut. A huge slice of Chicago style pizza is also an option. Or, you could go classic with a toasted sub. No matter what you're craving, the Chicago Cafe is sure to have it! Your fur baby is always welcome to join you; just bring a leash. There are only two dog-friendly tables, so you'll have to come early to grab a seat, or call ahead. This is sure to be your and Fido's new favorite lunch spot!
Tuscumbia is a little bit of a drive at twenty miles. The best part of it is Cane Creek Canyon Nature Preserve. This park is free and open to the public, but you do have to sign in at the entrance. They will provide you with a map so that you can decide which trails you and your pup want to explore. There are several miles of trails, all of which have different levels of difficulty. There are water stops along the way at the half-mile markers on most, but not all. You do have to keep your pup on a leash here. Be sure to bring plenty of water and waste bags with you.
The most interesting things you will find in Tuscumbia aren't the parks, or the restaurants, but rather its love for its dogs. Tuscumbia has a unique dog-friendly place: Coon Dog Memorial Cemetery. You and your dog can pay respects to local dogs that worked as coon dogs. This cemetery was established in 1937, when Tuscumbia resident Key Underwood buried his dog, Troop, there. You'll need to keep your dog on a leash while you walk the path at this unique place dedicated to dogs. Please respect the cemetery by cleaning up after yourself and your dog, and leave this place of rest as clean as you found it.
Oh! Bryan's Family Steak House is more than just a steakhouse located downtown Tuscumbia. Dogs aren't allowed to dine inside, but as long as you bring a leash with you, you and Fido can share some juicy steak at the outdoor tables. You should really try the Philly cheesesteak -- it's to beg for! Oh! Bryan's also has a nifty mobile kitchen (AKA food truck) which also offers catering services. This is the pawfect place for meat lovers to chow down with their hounds!
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