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Hello! My name is Meagan. I grew up with dogs and worked on horse farms when I was younger, so I really enjoy spending time with and caring for animals. I look forward to meeting your pet!
Oral medicine administration, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
“Let’s have fun pups! :)”
I'm just a college student (one more year left!) who absolutely loves dogs and looking for some loving pups to give great walks to. I'm fun, easy going and love dogs of all kinds.
Oral medicine administration, Fast walker, Puppy care
Hello my name is Ajiah, I am a recent graduate from the Univeristy of San Diego. I'm walking dogs to save up money before I go to the Peace Corps. I started walking and pet sitting dogs at age of 11, and have been hooked ever since. Leaving my childhood home, one thing has been missing and it's the constant joy dogs bring. I'm not afraid to get my hands dirty, and I'm excited to keep your dog healthy and fit. My love of animals and the outdoors is what inspires me to be your next dog walker.
Chilcoot, California has a unique history that is plagued by war and bloodshed. There were, and still are, quite a few Native American tribes that have thrived on this land for generations before the Europeans started to head west in the late 1800s. At first, the Native Americans tried to welcome the settlers. It wasn't until they began losing their land and the government did nothing to protect them that it became a dangerous place. Eventually, the Native Americans were overcome. It was, sadly, a loss for a whole community. In the twentieth century, Native Americans paintings began to tell the true story of the area. Even now, you can find locals whose ancestors were part of the original tribes who will tell you their story.
If you are interested in learning more about Chilcoot's history, and in a more hands-on way, you should take your pup down to Beckwourth Pass. This is full of caves and informative historical markers. You should be aware that this is bear county. Stop by the local vet's office and get tips on how to avoid bears and what you should do if you encounter one.
If you just want to relax in the peace of nature that this land provides, go to Chilcoot Campground. It is located right on Last Chance Creek. You can enjoy the trails, splash in the river, or just enjoy some time away. If you don't want to camp, you can still come here for a great day trip!
Sparks Marina Dog Park is a great place to bring your dog for a swim. It is fenced in so that your dog can come and play in the water safely. Keep in mind that the fence can only go so far in water so your dog could swim past it if he is a strong swimmer. There is also drinking water available here. If your dog isn't a swimmer, there is still plenty of room to roam and play. There are also plenty of sitting areas where you can watch your pup play and get to know other pet owners. All of this is only half an hour from Chilcoot!
Buenos Grill welcomes you and your pup for some authentic Mexican dishes. You can find homemade chips and salsa just thirty minutes from Chilcoot. If you make it for breakfast, they have four different types of burritos and all of them are made with fresh eggs. The fish of the day is constantly changing and depends on what can be caught that day. This is the place to come for fresh food that you can't get anywhere else. You can even bring your dog to enjoy a meal with you; just remember to bring your own water dish when you do come over for a bite.
Squeeze In is a happening little dive in Modesto that always has seventies music playing. Grab your pup and get an outdoor table so that you can enjoy some fresh air with your quirky dish. They have some interesting food choices that have will have you questioning their naming abilities, but once you have your plate in front of you, you will eat every bit! The locals often rave about the omelettes, which they claim are the best on the planet. However, if you aren't into chowing down so early in the morning, the serve lunch and dinner as well.
Hop in the car and take the 30-minute trip to Link Piazzo Dog Park. You are sure to be impressed with this off-leash dog park. It is very well maintained and even has a maintenance staff on duty. You will find that someone walks the park every couple of hours to clean up and to maintain the area. The fenced area is regularly inspected, and anything that needs repairing is fixed immediately. The park has running water and cleaning stations s as well. There are a few regulars here and they always welcome newcomers. This is a good park that you and your pup will feel good about coming to regularly!
The gorgeous Virginia Lake is only 30 miles from Chilcoot, and it has its very own dog park. Bring your dog along and let him off of his leash to run in this wide open space. Most of the year, there is running water for the pups to drink, but in the winter, the water is turned off so the pipes don't freeze. There are cleaning stations set up in a couple of different places, too. Pet parents can relax in the shade and enjoy their pups playing with friends. Kids aren't allowed to play here, but they do have kiddie area within sight of the dog park.
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