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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.
Nice to "meet" you! I love all dogs, big, small, very big...I've been around and owned many since I was a child. I grew up with a German Shepherd trained all in German commands and hand signs that I still remember. I've always been around animals. I will treat your furry loved ones with care and mindfulness. I will respect your home and wishes while paying close attention to detail with instructions. Thanks for stopping by, and I hope to meet your doggy(ies) soon!
Top Pet Caregiver
“Lifelong shelter volunteer and dog owner.”
Hello! I joined Wag for the sole reason of getting to spoil your pups with love and care. Wag is a way for me to have fun spending time with dogs when they need it most — and when I need it, too. My husky, Tycho, LOVES every pup he meets, so your furry friend will have someone to play with. I serve the greater Big Bear area primarily, but find myself in the SF Valley and Inland Empire often. I hope to chat with you soon and meet your beautiful furry friend!
Socially Distanced Pet Care
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, Training experience
“If you need a person to love your pup, I’m the gal”
I've always adored dogs as I grew up with two, an English Springer Spaniel and a Yorkie-Maltese Mix. 1 year ago I adopted a 2-year-old Australian Cattle Dog Mix named Pepper. I've learned how to train her in performing basic commands such as sit, lie down, shake, come, stay, and recall. I'm a really active person and Pepper is a very energetic girl so we enjoy going on 2-5 mile runs. Otherwise we love to play, go on long-walks, and learn more tricks! I'm excited to meet your cute doggos!
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull
Hi! I'm Jenny and I love dogs! I have two dogs of my own, a 3 year old sheprador and a 1 year old lab pit. My pups are full of energy and so am I! I work well with mellow dogs and high energy dogs alike! I have experience in pet sitting and dog walking and will follow all instructions given! I am currently unable to board pets due to my housing situation, but I am able to pet sit! My availability is open, but it frequently changes.
Top Pet Caregiver
“u wanna go for a walk?”
Hi! My name is Kyla Farmer and I am 19 years old. I go to college at Grand Canyon University and I am looking for a way to make extra cash!! I have a german shepherd at home as well so i have experience with bigger dogs! :)
Socially Distanced Pet Care
Can run with dogs, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
I am Matthew. I have two Bichons of my own and have previously been a dog walker while in college. I have also volunteered at the Pasadena Humane society.
Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Dogs who pull
Hello, My name is Marlo and I have been working with dogs since I was 12 years old. I feel that our dogs are a huge part of our family and they need the love and respect they deserve. I believe in gentle and loving correction and many rewards of praise. I have worked at dog kennels, dog grooming, and dog sitting. I have owned different breeds and sizes of dogs including Siberian Husky and a teacup Chihuahua. I would love the opportunity to give your pup a walk!
Situated on the eastern short of Big Bear Lake and surrounded by the expansive San Bernardino National Forest, Big Bear City offers plenty of wide open space for pets and their parents. There are two veterinary clinics in this small town, with more available in the larger city of San Bernardino just a short 27 miles away.
If you and your canine companion enjoy spending time in the great outdoors away from the hustle and bustle of city life, this is the place to be. Spend the day hiking on Grays Peak Trail, or relax with your pup on the Big Bear Lake Beaches. If you are just passing through the area, Serrano Campground is a great place to stay with your dog and enjoy the beauty of the San Bernardino mountains. Exploring California in an RV? Check out Big Bear Shores RV Resort. Make note that both of these locations do require an additional pet fee, and dogs must be leashed.
Whether you are a local or you are visiting the area on vacation, Big Bear City offers plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy with your four-legged friend. Dog-friendly restaurants like Thelma’s Twin Pine Restaurant make this small town a perfect destination for a tail-wagging good time.
Located along the north shore of Big Bear Lake, Big Bear City’s North Shore and Paradise area is home to the Cougar Crest Bertha Peak Trail. This moderately easy 7.1-mile hike is a great activity to enjoy with your four-legged friend. The trail features a lake and plenty of incredible views. Dogs are welcome on the trail, but remember to clean up after them to preserve the beauty of this popular destination. Alpine Pedal Path and Woodland Trail are also located in this area and welcome furry adventurers and their parents. Pay close attention because some parking areas require an Adventure Pass.
In the heart of Big Bear City, you will find several charming places to stay and a few places to enjoy a delicious meal. Spend a few nights in the lap of luxury at Cienaga Creek Ranch or Four Seasons Getaway at Big Bear. If you’re looking for something a bit more rustic, visit Chalet Dubois or Myrtle Chalet. When you’re hungry, check out one of the local restaurants. Broadway Café is a local eatery serving up BBQ brisket sandwiches and burgers as well as delectable homemade desserts. Dogs are welcome on the large outdoor patio and are provided with fresh water.
When you’re in Big Bear City’s Erwin Lake neighborhood, bring your canine companion to Bark Park to enjoy a puptastic afternoon. The Bark Park features separate areas for large dogs and small dogs, as well as some agility equipment, including a jump over and a tunnel. The park is open daily from sunrise to sunset, and clean-up bags and trash cans are provided. There are also several benches where pet parents can sit and relax while their four-legged “kids” run and play. When your dog needs a safe, fenced-in area for some off-leash exercise, the Bark Park is the place to be!
Located just under 5 miles southwest of Big Bear City, Big Bear Lake’s City Center is home to a few fun places to check out with your dog. Boathouse Dog Beach is located on the shore of Big Bear Lake and welcomes well-behaved, off-leash dogs. Let your canine companion go for a swim or a run along the shore, and enjoy a drink at the beach bar. If you’re in the mood for taste bud tantalizing steaks, burgers and other delectable eats, check out Jasper’s Smoke House and Steaks. The large patio welcomes dogs, and the staff provides bowls of water to keep pups well-hydrated.
Also approximately 5 miles southwest of Big Bear City, Boulder Bay in Big Bear Lake is home to Grand View Point Trail. Dogs are welcome on this moderately easy 6-mile hike. Located in the San Bernardino National Forest, it takes approximately three hours to complete this hike. If you are in the mood for a shorter hike in this area, take Mill Creek Road to a point just below the summit where the trail crosses the road. Whether you do the full hike or opt for the shorter trek, this trail features spectacular views of Big Bear Lake and breathtaking foliage.
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