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Hi! My name is Samantha, and I live in Madison with my husband, two boys, and two beautiful Labrador Retrievers(fur babies). I have been around dogs my whole life and know how important it is that they are treated well with much love and affection just like humans! I really enjoy walking and enjoying the outdoors in my free time, so why not walk your furry four-legged baby when you are unable to?
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Fast walker
“Let’s get your doggo walking!”
Hello! My name is Alyssa and I have yet to meet a four legged furry friend that I didn't love! I have experience dog walking/pet sitting and caring for my rescue pup is one of the greatest joys in my life. If you need someone to provide loving care for your pup you can count on me!
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Hello! My name is jasmine and animals are one of many things I’m passionate about. I enjoy outdoor activities like camping and hiking and I love reading. I currently have 2 pet rats named Edward and Arther and I will soon be expanding our family with a Brittany spaniel! I hope to own my own farm soon to expand my family further with a few goats and chickens! I would love to share my love of animals with your dog for all the walks to come!
Can run with dogs
My name is Josh and I am a longtime dog walker who is excited to be a part of the WAG team! I have owned dos since I was a child and have worked at a veterinary clinic. In addition, I have volun teered my time at animal shelters. I look forward to meeting your dog and getting some exercise!
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“All dogs are puppies”
Hey! My name is Grey and I’m so excited to meet your dog. I’m a big animal lover and have been pet sitting and walking friends dogs for years. I’m excited to be getting out more as am self employed and I can’t wait to spend time out doors with your dog.
Oral medicine administration, Training experience
Toney is an unincorporated community that's about 16 miles northwest of Huntsville. This rapidly growing area has a park and offers access to regional recreational facilities. When you need veterinary services for Spot, you'll find an animal hospital here.
A serene place to go hiking with your fur-baby is about 13 miles south of town. Head to Indian Creek Greenway South and jog along the 2.95-mile trail. There's a parking lot by the trailhead in Creekwood Park. You can bring pets if they're secure on a leash. Carry bags to remove your pup's waste.
If you're visiting downtown Huntsville with your pooch, try the City of Huntsville Dog Spot Off Cleveland Avenue NW. The facility has separate off-leash areas for large and small dogs. You can bring up to two non-aggressive canines when you come here. Carry bags with you to remove any messes.
For the serious outdoorsman, Monte Sano Nature Preserve in Huntsville offers over 35 miles of hiking trails. You can select one of the 24 trails that range from easy to difficult for terrain and vary in length. Dogs that join you need to be under control with a lead. Bring water and bags to remove waste.
Toney is near some furiffic pet-friendly outdoor recreational areas.
Toney is a sprawling community with residential developments among farms and forestland. This area offers peaceful country roads that are pawfect for taking a stroll with your pooch. You'll also find a recreational facility in the northeast part of town. Take Fido to Blue Water Springs Park on Opp Reynolds Road. The 40-acre property includes a rectangular fishing pond with benches, ball fields, and a natural-surface pathway through wooded sections. Explore the area with your four-footed friend or try your hand at fishing here. Keep a lead on your pup when you visit. Have bags with you to remove any messes.
Just three miles southwest of Toney, the community of Harvest includes residential developments, farms, an elementary school, and some churches. The neighborhood roads provide a good place to take a walk with your special pal. On the eastern side of this town, there's a furrific natural facility for you and Spot to explore. Visit Harvest Square Recreational Preserve on Allyson Sadie Boulevard with your canine pal. Hike the two-mile nature trail that leads through fields and around ponds on this 69-acre property. Finish with a picnic at one of the tables by the trailhead. Leashed dogs can join you here.
The neighborhood of Emerald Ridge in Greater Huntsville is about 16 miles southeast of Toney. This development has private residences on wooded lots and a cemetery. There's a pawtastic place for you and your fur-baby to explore just west of here. Check out Wade Mountain Nature Preserve when you want to take a hike with your pup. This 843-acre woodland area has nearly 11.5 miles of trails. Climb the mountain, explore some caves, or view the waterfall on the property with Fido. Keep your pet secure on a cord or leash for your trek. Bring water and bags to scoop any droppings.
About 12 miles south of Toney, the Northeast Madison neighborhood includes residential streets, churches, and public schools. This community has a furrific outdoor facility that you can visit with your furry friend. Rainbow Mountain Nature Preserve has seven hiking trails of varying length that wander through the grounds. Take one or more paths through the forested land to get exercise with your pooch. There's a picnic area by the parking lot off Stoneway Trail. Pack refreshments and a snack to enjoy after you stretch your legs. Keep your fur-baby secure with a lead and carry bags to remove any messes.
Potters Mill in western Huntsville is about 12 miles south of Toney. In this neighborhood, you'll find a residential development with sidewalk-lined streets where you can exercise with Spot. Another puptacular place to let your pooch have fun is The Dog Spot at Creekwood Park. This off-leash facility is behind the playground off Harvestwood Court. Walk your leashed pup on the pathway that loops around the children's play area to reach the entry gate for the dog park. There are sections for large and small pooches here. Each side includes benches and shelters for the owners. Have some bags to collect any droppings.
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