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Wag! is the nation's fastest-growing network of pre-screened and insured pet sitters and dog walkers. In less than 15 minutes you can book a nearby dog sitter, daycare provider, or dog walker, who'll take complete care of your loved one - at their place or yours.
Hi, I'm Jess! I've been an avid animal lover my whole life. Currently, I have a Jack Russell terrier of my own named Winston. I’ve been a vet nurse for a few years and started pet sitting when I was in my teens. My experience ranges from dogs of all ages and sizes, from newborn Labrador puppies to geriatric Great Danes. My goal is to provide your dog with the best care and love they deserve through Wag! making it as positive of an experience as possible!
Dog first aid and/or CPR, Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
Hello ♡ ! My name is Ren, and I’m a long time animal lover whose large focus in life has been the happiness, health, and wellbeing of both furry friends and their humans. I’m currently a student majoring in nutritional sciences / holistic medicine, and I’m very ecstatic that part of my time outside of schooling is going to be spent guiding your pup around the outdoors~ I’m a dog owner myself, and my shollie (border collie x german shepherd) is the absolute flame of my life. I look forward to treating your friend with the same amount of respect and care as I would my own, and I’m so glad to be given the opportunity to give local dogs the exercise and nature time that they need. My aim is to bring joy to them, and piece of mind for you! I can’t wait to meet your little (or not so little) loved one!
Hi my name is Chloe. I am currently studying Early Childhood Education. I’ve always had a love of animals and children. Which is why I have interest in teaching as well as later studying in the Veterinary field. I have had 8 dogs in my lifetime thus far, mainly from family dogs and have my own dog named Rooney who is a Jack Russel mix. She’s the best reason to get up every morning! I also am adopting a golden doodle boy puppy by the end of June so she can have another friend. I’m fairly new to Flagstaff, but not to puppies and dogs! I have cared for anywhere from pit bulls to chihuahuas to chows to German shepherds to terriers and more. Of all the dogs I have had in my life, this does not come close to the number of animals total I have had so as you can see I’m a huge animal lover, I’ve spent time at shelters and volunteered and I would love nothing more than to get to know your little or big furry friend and I’m sure to fall in love with them no matter the breed or size. Thank you for the opportunity and I’m excited to meet you and your lovable best friends!
Throughout my life I've had 9 dogs varying from Pits to Chihuahuas! I am an active person so I would walk my dogs on a regular basis. I would also doggy sit for my aunt. I've used step-in collars, gentle leaders, and martingale collars. I absolutely love dogs and I will be extremely excited to walk your dog!
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Animals have always held a special place in my heart. I grew up loving my pets, I currently have a 9 year old husky mix. I adopted him from Helen Woodward Animal Center in San Diego, where I was employed as an animal care technician for over a year. I have since cared for many animals of friends and neighbors, whether it's just a walk or a week away. I truly love and care for animals, and I can't wait to meet your furry friends!
Hi I’m Molly. I love animals of all kinds and have two cats although I was raised with dogs and still consider myself a dog person. I have also had rat companions, and snake friends. There’s no competition for me. There’s plenty of love to go around for animals of all kinds. I enjoy canine company and I love to walk! To combine the two just makes sense to me! I look forward to meeting your fur friends soon. In my other areas of life, I am a Social Worker and I just moved to the area. It will take some time to get my licensing and so I am doing this in the mean time. I am also a spiritual teacher and Intuitive. As you can see, I enjoy variety.
Hi, my name is Lauren! I have grown up with dogs and been fortunate to be a pet owner/companion since I was a little girl. My Pembroke Corgi Charlie is my best bud, and we love going on adventures together. In addition to having animal companions my whole life, I also worked at a veterinary clinic and got to do the most amazing things: walk and feed the dogs, administer medications, draw blood for testing, identify specimens under a microscope, and observe surgeries. I was so inspired by my experience that I went on to get my degree in Kinesiology. The reason I left the veterinary field was because parts of it were very sad. As a dog walker, I want to focus on the happy side of animal care, and bring joy to man's best friend!
Hi! My name is John Williams. I have been a pet sitter and walker for family and friends since 2007. With Wag, I am looking to broaden my horizons and earn some extra income. I have had experience with many different breeds of dogs and typically more "difficult" dogs are not a problem for me. I look forward to meeting your dog and getting out for a walk!!!
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I’m a DogScout :) I have two dogs. Sam’s a 10yr old 37 lb Golden/cocker and Josephine is a 7 yr old 50LB long haired Boston. I love doglets, and they brighten my day.I lived in San Diego, Gaslamp District for 3 years, and my dogs are wild, so I learned to navigate the mean puppy streets :)
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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull
I grew up with a Weimaraner (and two cats), and I spent most of my childhood and teenage years working at a barn, where I cared for horses, dogs, and even chickens. A few years ago, my family adopted an adorable Queensland Heeler named Stella. She lives with my family in my hometown while I'm in the Boston area for college. In the past, I've volunteered with dog rescue organizations and done pet sitting for a few different families, with dogs ranging from pugs and Jack Russell Terriers to pit bulls and Rhodesian ridgebacks.
Sedona, Arizona is known for the stunning red rock formations that surround it, as well as its thriving arts community, and of course, its mild climate. Sedona is also known for a certain energy it gives off, which is said to be hard to describe other than being invigorating and enriching. While Sedona is a popular destination for tourists who come to see the red rocks and take in the local culture, it also maintains a population of over 10,000 people, many of which happen to be dog owners.
Sedona has over 300 miles of trails, which means there’s always a new place to explore and a new plant for Fido to sniff! A good way to take in the sights where you can also bring your dog is on a Sedona Red Rock Adventure tour. All of their tours are dog-friendly, and they also have their own guide dog who will come along if he gets along with yours. These tours are private and tailored to exactly what you and your group want to do, and they are great about making sure to bring water for both humans and canines. Whether it’s on a guided tour with your dog or exploring Sedona on your own, you’ll be blown away with all it has to offer.
Oak Creek Canyon is located in northern Sedona, where it begins to feel less like a desert; there are fewer red rocks here and more greenery, including the incredible Ponderosa Pine trees. This area also offers access to Slide Rock State Park. Slide Rock State Park, aptly named after the natural rock water slides that have formed there, is a 43-acre park that's popular with Arizonians looking to cool off from the dry heat. While your dog must be on leash in the park and they aren't allowed on the slides, there is still so much in the surrounding area including countless trails to explore.
If you're looking for a neighborhood in Sedona that offers convenient access to shopping, schools, restaurants, and features a mix of starter homes and gated communities, West Sedona is right up your alley! Another great feature of this neighborhood is the Sedona Dog Park. Along with separate areas for different sizes of dogs, clean drinking water, seating, and shade from the hot sun, this park also has a fenced-in hiking area. This area allows you to explore with your dog in a natural environment without worrying about them taking off. Here, Fido can sniff to his heart's content in a primitive atmosphere, but with the safety a dog park fence provides.
Uptown Sedona is situated just below Oak Creek Canyon where the heart of Old Sedona lies, and this is a great place to get a sense of the rich history of Sedona. This area features classic southwestern architecture as well as sweeping views of the red rocks. Tourists love this area because it has some of the best art galleries and shopping in all of Sedona. Included in that excellent shopping is Whiskers Barkery. This pet boutique sells all of the pet clothing, treats, supplies, and food you or Rover could ever want! They also sell gourmet pet treats that are sure to please even the pickiest of pooches!
Named after how it loops through the red rocks in Arizona, Red Rock Loop is a rural and laid-back community that is only minutes away from all of the action in Sedona, but it still manages to feel like you're on a private getaway while you're there. This area also has many vacation homes and many spots you'll want to stop and photograph. One of the most fun ways to explore Red Rock Loop is on a self-guided Jeep tour like the one Barlow Adventures offers. Their tours are dog-friendly, and they even provide you with ice and a cooler to use throughout the day.
Chapel Area in Sedona gets its name from the Chapel of the Holy Cross, which is a famous landmark built into the red rock of Arizona. The area has grown slowly, but consistently, and there is now a mix of older homes among all the new builds. If you're in this area, you won't want to miss the ChocolaTree Organic Oasis. This restaurant not only also has a marketplace, but it also has an on-site chocolate shop. Of course, dogs can't eat chocolate, but they CAN join you while you eat at one of their outdoor tables under an apple tree.
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