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    Hi, my name is Margarita. I grew up in Arizona and am now living in Clarksville TN. I have been around dogs all my life. I recently started walking dogs for friends and family. This is a great job because I love dogs and physical fitness!

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    Christian R.
    2018-01-02T17:33:35-08:00
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    Hello thank you for looking at my profile today! I absolutely love dogs and I have a very open availability. I have had dogs almost all of my life so I am very used to all types of dog breeds and temperaments. I look forward to walking your dogs!

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    Miguel C.
    2019-09-24T12:13:27-07:00
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    Hi, my name is Margarita. I grew up in Arizona and am now living in Clarksville TN. I have been around dogs all my life. I recently started walking dogs for friends and family. This is a great job because I love dogs and physical fitness!

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    Christian R.
    2018-01-02T17:33:35-08:00
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    Hello thank you for looking at my profile today! I absolutely love dogs and I have a very open availability. I have had dogs almost all of my life so I am very used to all types of dog breeds and temperaments. I look forward to walking your dogs!

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    Miguel C.
    2019-09-24T12:13:27-07:00
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    Really nice person who was also professional while handling Bellatrixie. Bellatrixie really liked Margarita.

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    Best Dog Friendly Neighborhoods in Globe

    Globe City Center

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    435 per sq. mi.

    Globe City Center

    4848

    To get a glimpse of Globe’s mining history, take a stroll through the Old Dominion Historic Mine Park in Globe’s City Center. You can take in information from the signs, historic structures, and antique artifacts throughout the park, or even enjoy some of the 13 trails this park has to offer. The Silver Nugget Trail is flat and offers most of the park’s amenities, including picnic pavilions and educational areas. This park is very welcoming to dogs, and even has a canine drinking fountain. Just be sure that your dog stays leashed and picked up after. After working up an appetite, head over to Farley’s Pub. They offer craft beer, a friendly atmosphere and dog friendly outdoor seating.

    Pinal

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    68 per sq. mi.

    Pinal

    3636

    In the Pinal neighborhood of Globe, you can find the Besh Ba Gowah Park. The name of the park is from the Apache language, meaning “place of metal.” Here you can explore the ruins of the ancient Salado people. Leashed and well-behaved dogs are allowed to explore the archeological sites and museum along with their two-legged friends. In the museum, you’ll find a botanical garden of plants local to Arizona, and a large collection of Salado pottery and artifacts. For more adventures in the neighborhood of Pinal, head over to the Pinal Mountain Trail System. The Ice House CCC Campground is available for day-use, and provides access to the Sixshooter and Telephone Trails. These trails are often used for mountain biking, but welcome leashed dogs!

    Superior

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,685 per sq. mi.

    Superior

    2424

    About a 30 minute drive west of Globe lies the oldest and largest botanical garden in Arizona, the Boyce Thompson Arboretum. This arboretum can be found in the small town of Superior, still within the Tonto National Forest. Here you and your pup can wander around in awe within the cacti, canyons, forests, streams and more. Leashed dogs are welcome, as long as they are picked up after. There are even water bowls dispersed throughout the park. The arboretum encompasses 323 acres and has a variety of trails and exhibits. When you need a refresher, head over to Porter’s Cafe right nearby. Here you can enjoy a cold beer next to your canine companion at the shaded picnic tables.

    Roosevelt

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    24 per sq. mi.

    Roosevelt

    1212

    One of the favorite tourist attractions in the area can be found about 30 minutes north in the town of Roosevelt. This town is situated along the scenic Roosevelt Lake Marina, and is the proud home to the Tonto National Monument. Here you can see two Salado style cliff dwellings that date back to 1250-1450. There is a museum that displays pottery and other artifacts that gives some insight into the lives of the ancient civilization. Dogs are allowed on the Lower Cliff Dwelling Trail, the Cactus Patch Trail and in the picnic areas. To protect your curious pupper from cacti and venomous animals, they will need to stay leashed. Don’t forget the drinking water and waste bags!

    Florence City Center

    00
    Dog ParksDog Parks
    1 park

    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,255 per sq. mi.

    Florence City Center

    00

    The town of Florence is about an hour drive southwest of Globe, but the drive is worth it! It’s within the City Center of this town that you can find the Florence Dog Park. This park gives your doggo a safe place to run off-leash and enjoy some pawsitive socialization. The park features a separate fenced off area for the more timid dogs, an agility course, and drinking fountains for the dogs and their humans. There are even picnic tables in the shade where you can kick back and watch the entertainment. When your stomach is growling, head over to Big Quicks BBQ in the same neighborhood. They offer smoked BBQ pulled pork and dog friendly seating!

    Globe City Center

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    435 per sq. mi.

    Globe City Center

    4848

    To get a glimpse of Globe’s mining history, take a stroll through the Old Dominion Historic Mine Park in Globe’s City Center. You can take in information from the signs, historic structures, and antique artifacts throughout the park, or even enjoy some of the 13 trails this park has to offer. The Silver Nugget Trail is flat and offers most of the park’s amenities, including picnic pavilions and educational areas. This park is very welcoming to dogs, and even has a canine drinking fountain. Just be sure that your dog stays leashed and picked up after. After working up an appetite, head over to Farley’s Pub. They offer craft beer, a friendly atmosphere and dog friendly outdoor seating.

    Pinal

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    68 per sq. mi.

    Pinal

    3636

    In the Pinal neighborhood of Globe, you can find the Besh Ba Gowah Park. The name of the park is from the Apache language, meaning “place of metal.” Here you can explore the ruins of the ancient Salado people. Leashed and well-behaved dogs are allowed to explore the archeological sites and museum along with their two-legged friends. In the museum, you’ll find a botanical garden of plants local to Arizona, and a large collection of Salado pottery and artifacts. For more adventures in the neighborhood of Pinal, head over to the Pinal Mountain Trail System. The Ice House CCC Campground is available for day-use, and provides access to the Sixshooter and Telephone Trails. These trails are often used for mountain biking, but welcome leashed dogs!

    Superior

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,685 per sq. mi.

    Superior

    2424

    About a 30 minute drive west of Globe lies the oldest and largest botanical garden in Arizona, the Boyce Thompson Arboretum. This arboretum can be found in the small town of Superior, still within the Tonto National Forest. Here you and your pup can wander around in awe within the cacti, canyons, forests, streams and more. Leashed dogs are welcome, as long as they are picked up after. There are even water bowls dispersed throughout the park. The arboretum encompasses 323 acres and has a variety of trails and exhibits. When you need a refresher, head over to Porter’s Cafe right nearby. Here you can enjoy a cold beer next to your canine companion at the shaded picnic tables.

    Roosevelt

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    24 per sq. mi.

    Roosevelt

    1212

    One of the favorite tourist attractions in the area can be found about 30 minutes north in the town of Roosevelt. This town is situated along the scenic Roosevelt Lake Marina, and is the proud home to the Tonto National Monument. Here you can see two Salado style cliff dwellings that date back to 1250-1450. There is a museum that displays pottery and other artifacts that gives some insight into the lives of the ancient civilization. Dogs are allowed on the Lower Cliff Dwelling Trail, the Cactus Patch Trail and in the picnic areas. To protect your curious pupper from cacti and venomous animals, they will need to stay leashed. Don’t forget the drinking water and waste bags!

    Florence City Center

    00
    Dog ParksDog Parks
    1 park

    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,255 per sq. mi.

    Florence City Center

    00

    The town of Florence is about an hour drive southwest of Globe, but the drive is worth it! It’s within the City Center of this town that you can find the Florence Dog Park. This park gives your doggo a safe place to run off-leash and enjoy some pawsitive socialization. The park features a separate fenced off area for the more timid dogs, an agility course, and drinking fountains for the dogs and their humans. There are even picnic tables in the shade where you can kick back and watch the entertainment. When your stomach is growling, head over to Big Quicks BBQ in the same neighborhood. They offer smoked BBQ pulled pork and dog friendly seating!

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