Hello I'm Maribel! I'm currently attending Medical School to become an RVT. I have dog sat and walked dogs since the age of 16. I have volunteered at Banfield Animal Hospital and Sun Surf Veterinary Hospital. I have experience with dogs of all sizes and ages. I would love to keep your pet happy and healthy. I will treat your dog with love, care , and the utmost respect. I will make sure that your Wag! Experience is as positive as possible!
Artesia, California is an up-and-coming town with plenty of perks for residents with two or four legs! The town of Artesia has been an integral part of Los Angeles County since 1959. You will find the area is incredibly welcoming toward dog walkers. Just a short drive from the city of Los Angeles, you will find a nice balance of city life and suburban charm throughout this unique and charming city. With seven animal hospitals throughout Artesia, you will be able to quickly find a veterinarian who can help you make sure your dog is in the best shape of his life. From routine care to emergencies, Artesia’s animal hospitals have you covered.
Residents in Artesia love the suburban feel of the neighborhoods and the marina lifestyle that is just a few minutes from almost anywhere in town. London’s Pub and Grill is a popular dog-friendly restaurant with plenty of delicious, tail-wagging options for lunch and dinner. You can enjoy your meal on their outdoor patio with your favorite adventure buddy right next to you. Just make sure you have plenty of waste bags in case your pup needs a quick walk after your meal.
North Artesia is a popular neighborhood with an increasing number of younger residents moving into the area over the last few years. The neighborhood has plenty of green spaces for you and your dog to explore on your afternoon walks. You will find Hermosillo Park is a great spot to bring a picnic blanket on a warm Saturday morning and have a relaxing time with your pooch. You can also head over to Ecology Park for plenty of wildlife to observe and admire while you walk your dog along the paths. This neighborhood also has access to Artesia Freeway, which makes commuting a breeze and leaves you more time with your dog in the morning!
West Artesia is a quiet residential area in the city of Artesia with plenty of green, grassy areas to throw a tennis ball around with your dog. You can spend an entire afternoon at the Cerritos Promenade, walking with your pup past all of the shops and rolling around in the lush grass that is well-tended in the green spaces. You can stop at the local Starbucks for a quick pick-me-up before heading home for the day. Just make sure you have plenty of clean-up bags with you while walking the promenade, and clean up after yourselves before you leave.
Central Artesia is the pawfect place for shopping and eating with your favorite pup. You will find this residential area has plenty of places to play and eat along the main strip. You can enjoy some quiet time with your dog in one of the many green spaces in between the stores, or you can head over to Yogurtland for a delicious cold treat on a hot day that will have you and your dog smiling from ear to ear! You can also visit the local Jack in the Box for a pupperific sit-down meal that your dog can enjoy with you in the outdoor seating area.
East Artesia is a wonderful neighborhood for dog walking enthusiasts who are looking for the pawfect place to take their time with their dog smelling the flowers in the morning and in the afternoon. You will find that Heritage Park is a gorgeous green space with plenty of room to run and play with your dog. You can also check out the Cerritos Sculpture Garden for a scenic, art-filled walking path that you can enjoy any time of year. Your dog will need to stay on-leash and you will need to remain on the marked paths at all times, but it is worth taking some time to check out this local gem.
South Artesia is a green neighborhood with plenty of grass and trees that will have your dog’s tail wagging all the time! You can pack a picnic blanket and your dog’s favorite toys for an afternoon adventure. Artesia Park is another great local green space with plenty of grass to roll around on until your dog is too tired to roll anymore. Pat Nixon Park is a pupperfic small park that is well-tended and well-loved by local dogs and humans alike. Just keep plenty of waste bags with you at all of the parks in the area, and clean up after yourselves before heading home.