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

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

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      Get a report card

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

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    “Does your fur baby like to make new friends?”

    Hi. My name is Lenora. I love dogs, especially small one. I am pet owner of a four-legged fur baby named Bubbles. He is a Pekingese/schnauzer mix. I love taking care of pets and being able to have fun with them. Also Bubbles love playing with other dogs as well. He loves making new friends and he is super friendly.

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    Taylor R.
    2022-02-16T17:45:00-08:00
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    I volunteer at a shelter where I actually work with cats but I do go over to the dogs and do whatever I can to make their stay as comfortable as possible. I've cared for a Great Dane, husky, Rottweiler, pit bulls, and a Mastiff mix. I love walking dogs and because I can't have my own at the moment I will never get tired of yours.

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    Shana C.
    2018-01-31T16:37:53-08:00
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    “Does your fur baby like to make new friends?”

    Hi. My name is Lenora. I love dogs, especially small one. I am pet owner of a four-legged fur baby named Bubbles. He is a Pekingese/schnauzer mix. I love taking care of pets and being able to have fun with them. Also Bubbles love playing with other dogs as well. He loves making new friends and he is super friendly.

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    Taylor R.
    2022-02-16T17:45:00-08:00
    Five starsFive starsFive starsFive starsFive stars
    Verified 20m Walk

    I volunteer at a shelter where I actually work with cats but I do go over to the dogs and do whatever I can to make their stay as comfortable as possible. I've cared for a Great Dane, husky, Rottweiler, pit bulls, and a Mastiff mix. I love walking dogs and because I can't have my own at the moment I will never get tired of yours.

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    Shana C.
    2018-01-31T16:37:53-08:00
    Five starsFive starsFive starsFive starsFive stars
    Verified 20m Walk

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    Taylor R.

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    Best Dog Friendly Neighborhoods in Osceola

    Osceola

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,135 per sq. mi.

    Osceola

    4848

    Oceola is a fun little town with plenty of history and local charm. While walking with your pup, you are sure to find plenty to see as you make your way down the main streets, from historic buildings to beautiful green spaces where you and Fido can unwind. Florida Park is both an open field and playground right in the middle of town where locals are known to visit with both their two- and four-legged little ones for a full day of fetch or family picnics! Just make sure you keep your four-legged friends on a leash.

    Ripley

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    56 per sq. mi.

    Ripley

    3636

    Ripley is a town across the state line in Tennessee, right on the other side of the Mississippi River. It takes about an hour and a half to drive there from Osceola, so make sure you pack for a hefty car ride! It is well worth the drive, though, when you come to the Chickasaw National Wildlife Refuge. This wild oasis is home to over 25,000 acres of wetlands full of migrating and local birds. Don't let the wetlands fool you, though -- there are plenty of places for you and Spot to walk and enjoy this puptacular gem of the Mississippi.

    Henning

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    752 per sq. mi.

    Henning

    2424

    Henning is about two hours away from Osceola. If your dog can tolerate a long car ride, it will be worth his wait to sniff out the Lower Hatchie National Wildlife Refuge. This refuge is a place where you can explore, hunt, fish, scope out some wildlife, or even just take photos with your pup. Dogs must be on a leash and wearing proper identification while in the refuge, and if you are hunting, there are some restrictions on where and when you can bring your dog. Make sure to check all posted hunting signs and keep your dog harnessed and leashed throughout the area.

    St. Francis Sunken Land Wildlife Management Area

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    350 per sq. mi.

    St. Francis Sunken Land Wildlife Management Area

    1212

    This gorgeous wildlife management is one hour away from Osceola. The area is a huge, narrow strip of land that is famed for duck hunting and fishing. The St. Francis River is just to the north and is a pupperific place if you need to get away from it all for a day. Let your pup's nose lead the way as you walk through the area, paying close attention to stay on the marked paths, as the area is used heavily during hunting season. Your pup will need to be on a leash, but he will be so busy identifying every whiff of every bird that he won't notice!

    Meeman-Shelby State Park

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    161 per sq. mi.

    Meeman-Shelby State Park

    00

    The Meeman-Shelby Forest State Park is just an hour and fifteen mintues away from Osceola and is a pupperific spot for hiking, bird and animal watching, camping, and even horseback riding! This state park is 12,539 acres of bottomlands, just 13 miles away from Memphis. The park is home to endangered and protected plants, so be sure to tread lightly and stay on marked paths! Camping is allowed in the park if you and your pup are looking for a chance to unplug for a while. You can also rent a cabin for your whole family! A variety of wildlife calls this park home, from deer to otters and bobcats, along with over 200 species of wild birds!

    Osceola

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,135 per sq. mi.

    Osceola

    4848

    Oceola is a fun little town with plenty of history and local charm. While walking with your pup, you are sure to find plenty to see as you make your way down the main streets, from historic buildings to beautiful green spaces where you and Fido can unwind. Florida Park is both an open field and playground right in the middle of town where locals are known to visit with both their two- and four-legged little ones for a full day of fetch or family picnics! Just make sure you keep your four-legged friends on a leash.

    Ripley

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    56 per sq. mi.

    Ripley

    3636

    Ripley is a town across the state line in Tennessee, right on the other side of the Mississippi River. It takes about an hour and a half to drive there from Osceola, so make sure you pack for a hefty car ride! It is well worth the drive, though, when you come to the Chickasaw National Wildlife Refuge. This wild oasis is home to over 25,000 acres of wetlands full of migrating and local birds. Don't let the wetlands fool you, though -- there are plenty of places for you and Spot to walk and enjoy this puptacular gem of the Mississippi.

    Henning

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    752 per sq. mi.

    Henning

    2424

    Henning is about two hours away from Osceola. If your dog can tolerate a long car ride, it will be worth his wait to sniff out the Lower Hatchie National Wildlife Refuge. This refuge is a place where you can explore, hunt, fish, scope out some wildlife, or even just take photos with your pup. Dogs must be on a leash and wearing proper identification while in the refuge, and if you are hunting, there are some restrictions on where and when you can bring your dog. Make sure to check all posted hunting signs and keep your dog harnessed and leashed throughout the area.

    St. Francis Sunken Land Wildlife Management Area

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    350 per sq. mi.

    St. Francis Sunken Land Wildlife Management Area

    1212

    This gorgeous wildlife management is one hour away from Osceola. The area is a huge, narrow strip of land that is famed for duck hunting and fishing. The St. Francis River is just to the north and is a pupperific place if you need to get away from it all for a day. Let your pup's nose lead the way as you walk through the area, paying close attention to stay on the marked paths, as the area is used heavily during hunting season. Your pup will need to be on a leash, but he will be so busy identifying every whiff of every bird that he won't notice!

    Meeman-Shelby State Park

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    161 per sq. mi.

    Meeman-Shelby State Park

    00

    The Meeman-Shelby Forest State Park is just an hour and fifteen mintues away from Osceola and is a pupperific spot for hiking, bird and animal watching, camping, and even horseback riding! This state park is 12,539 acres of bottomlands, just 13 miles away from Memphis. The park is home to endangered and protected plants, so be sure to tread lightly and stay on marked paths! Camping is allowed in the park if you and your pup are looking for a chance to unplug for a while. You can also rent a cabin for your whole family! A variety of wildlife calls this park home, from deer to otters and bobcats, along with over 200 species of wild birds!

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