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My name is Sadeidre, & I’ve been around animals my whole life. I understand how nerve wrecking it can be to trust someone with your fur baby, but I’m hoping I can help ease your mind. I have 3 dogs, a cat, a fish, and a few chickens; I’m no stranger to caring for critters. Let me help make your life a little easier by taking care of your pup when you have too much on your plate. My #1 priority is the safety of your pooch. I want to make sure your dog has an enjoyable time while in my care.
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Tucked alongside the creek of the same name, Greenbrier, AR sits just within commuting distance of Little Rock. Greenbrier’s small-town vibe and tight-knit community make it a great location to settle down and raise kids -- however, the small city wasn’t always so family-friendly. During the 1800s, Greenbrier was a popular stop on the Butterfield Stage Coach route, and famous outlaws such as Jesse James and Jim Bowie are said to have passed through on their way west. Some historians even claim that the town itself developed around the more salacious kind of "saloon." Those days are well and truly gone, though -- in 2017, Greenbrier was voted the safest city in Arkansas for the third year in a row! In terms of pet care, there are two veterinary clinics in town, and 24-hour care is available in Conway.
You won’t find a dog park in Greenbrier, but you and your buddy are still sure to dig up something to do! The city is bordered by a pawesome state park, and there’s a couple of nice community parks in town. Greenbrier City Park is particularly pawpular with local dog owners. And if your furry friend needs to run free, don’t fret -- you’ll find plenty of off-leash adventures just a short drive away!
Woolly Hollow State Park is a favorite of both locals and visitors, and it’s easy to see why -- the trails here are simply beautiful, running through wooded wonderland and offering breathtaking ridgeline views of Lake Bennett. The lake is also popular with kayakers, and there are paddle boats available in the summer -- you won’t be able to set sail with your pooch, of course, but there’s an open-air concession stand that operates when the area is busy, so you and your pup can grab a burger and picnic by the water. Don't forget to bring plenty of water and waste bags with you for your adventures at this furrific park!
You’d need to be barking mad not to take your pooch to Conway Dog Park! Tucked behind the Don Owen Sports Complex, this pawpular park is only a ten-mile drive from Greenbrier, and a visit here is sure to get your pup’s tail wagging. There’s plenty of room in both the large and small dog areas for a spirited game of catch, and more athletic animals will certainly appreciate the park’s well maintained agility equipment. Owners might be glad to know that there’s a couple of benches, so you can sit and take a load off if you feel like your dog’s been walking you!
For doggy dining, look no further than Downtown Conway! You’ll find a cluster of restaurants around Oak Street that cater to canines at the outdoor seating areas. Tacos 4 Life is well worth a visit if you’re after a quick bite -- the quesadillas are excellent, and a percentage of each sale goes to charitable sustainable nutrition programs around the world. If you two are looking for a slightly more upscale experience, consider popping in to Taziki’s Mediterranean for some home-cooked Greek food, where wagging tails are welcome at outdoor tables. There’s also a huge variety of fur-friendly smoothie places around Laurel Park.
Cultured canines might get a kick out of a visit to Cadron Settlement Park! Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this Conway gem includes restored pioneer buildings, a reconstructed inn, and part of the Cherokee Trail of Tears. It’s also a pretty place for you two to stretch all six of your legs -- there are several hiking trails here, most of which provide excellent views over the Arkansas River. The trails range from easy to moderate difficulty, so you’ll find a hike here for all ages and abilities! Your pooch will need to be leashed, of course, and remember to bring your own bags and water!
If you two are looking for a little variety in your off-leash activities, why not take the drive down to Maumelle and check out the 4 Paws Dog Park? There’s a separate area for small dogs so your pooch can socialize no matter their size, as well as an agility course made up of poles to weave through. The park isn’t nearly as large as the one in Conway, but there’s plenty of shade and two doggy paddling pools, making this a furrific exercise option on a hot day. Bags and water are provided, so all you need to do is BYOB (Bring Your Own Beast)!
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