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    Hi, I'm Jessica. I grew up in Northern California and have been taking care of pets from a young age. My childhood dog, Zion, was a chocolate labrador receiver and our new family addition is Tilly, a tan dachshund mix. I have had a love of animals my whole life and a deep care for their health and wellbeing. That interest led me to various pet care positions where I was trained to handle dogs as a pet specialist at an animal daycare and pet resort as well care for their health needs as a volunteer at a veterinary clinic. I love meeting new dogs, understanding their unique needs and will ensure that your dog gets outdoors for their daily dose of fresh air, a visit to their favorite spots, and returned home healthy, fit and happy. I will treat your dog with respect and strive to provide you and your dog have a positive Wag! experience!

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    Denisse V.
    2018-09-06T06:12:58-07:00
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    Hi, my name is Jackie and I love animals! I've had all kinds of furry companions growing up, and I just can't get enough of them. I've always been told that I must be an animal whisperer, because I am pretty much best friends with all of my friends' dogs. My bestest friend will always be my adorable husky mix, of course. You can never have enough furry friends!!

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    Nicole S.
    2017-06-23T10:14:52-07:00
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    Hi, I'm Jessica. I grew up in Northern California and have been taking care of pets from a young age. My childhood dog, Zion, was a chocolate labrador receiver and our new family addition is Tilly, a tan dachshund mix. I have had a love of animals my whole life and a deep care for their health and wellbeing. That interest led me to various pet care positions where I was trained to handle dogs as a pet specialist at an animal daycare and pet resort as well care for their health needs as a volunteer at a veterinary clinic. I love meeting new dogs, understanding their unique needs and will ensure that your dog gets outdoors for their daily dose of fresh air, a visit to their favorite spots, and returned home healthy, fit and happy. I will treat your dog with respect and strive to provide you and your dog have a positive Wag! experience!

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    Denisse V.
    2018-09-06T06:12:58-07:00
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    Verified 20m Walk

    Hi, my name is Jackie and I love animals! I've had all kinds of furry companions growing up, and I just can't get enough of them. I've always been told that I must be an animal whisperer, because I am pretty much best friends with all of my friends' dogs. My bestest friend will always be my adorable husky mix, of course. You can never have enough furry friends!!

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    Nicole S.
    2017-06-23T10:14:52-07:00
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    Verified 20m Walk

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    Denisse V.

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    She was so considerate and kind to my dog she tried to walk her through the shady spots and went out of her way to ensure my dog was as comforts as possible. Thank you so much.

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      Denisse V.

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      She was so considerate and kind to my dog she tried to walk her through the shady spots and went out of her way to ensure my dog was as comforts as possible. Thank you so much.

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      Nicole S.

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    Best Dog Friendly Neighborhoods in Dunsmuir

    Dunsmuir City Center

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,101 per sq. mi.

    Dunsmuir City Center

    4848

    The Dunsmuir City Center is not short on green space and urban parks for you and your doggo to relax in! It’s in this neighborhood that you can find the Tauhindauli Park and Trails. This park offers a great way to enjoy the gorgeous Sacramento River Canyon. You can take a heart pumping jog or a leisurely stroll along the walkways in this park, and kick back and relax at the picnic tables with river views. Well behaved dogs are welcome as long as they stay leashed and get picked up after. When your stomach is growling, head over to Cafe Maddalena in the same neighborhood. This dog friendly bistro allows dogs at the outdoor seating under the grape arbor.

    Shasta Retreat

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    280 per sq. mi.

    Shasta Retreat

    3636

    In the Shasta Retreat neighborhood of Dunsmuir, you can find the park that all the dogs are barking about! The Dunsmuir City Park is pawpular among families, outdoor lovers, and dog walkers, so be prepared to make some furry friends! The park is nestled into a pine, oak and cedar forest along the Sacramento River. Features include playgrounds and picnic tables. Attached to the park is the Dunsmuir Botanical Gardens. You and your pup will love the sights and smells as you wander through dogwood trees, shasta lillies, and wild azaleas. Leashed dogs are welcome to join their two-legged friends, as long as they get picked up after.

    Shasta Springs

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    8 per sq. mi.

    Shasta Springs

    2424

    The Shasta Springs neighborhood is home to a hidden gem, the Mossbrae Falls. The falls can be found by hiking next to the rail tracks that run along the Sacramento River. Use caution when hiking in this area, because the railway is still operational and there may be some trains that pass while you’re hiking. A new, safer trail is scheduled to be completed by the summer of 2018. Once you’ve arrived at the falls, you and your best pal can relax and watch their thundering power, or take a splash into the refreshing waters. Leashed dogs are allowed to join in on the fun, as long as they are picked up after! There are no amenities in this area, so be sure to bring your own supplies like waste bags and dog treats!  

    Castella

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    11 per sq. mi.

    Castella

    1212

    The neighboring small town of Castella is just south of Dunsmuir. Although this town virtually just has a gas station and a post office, it provides access the the woofderful Castle Crags State Park. In the Castle Crags wilderness, you’ll be able to see the 6000 foot granite spires that have inspired myths and legends. Although dogs are not allowed on the trails, they are welcome in the Castle Crags Campground and on the trail that leads to the picnic areas along the Sacramento River and at the Vista Point. There are 76 developed campsites here, with picnic tables, fire rings, and restrooms nearby. Your furry pal needs to stay leashed, and be inside a tent or car at night.

    Mount Shasta City Center

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,080 per sq. mi.

    Mount Shasta City Center

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    Just north of Dunsmuir is the larger city of Mount Shasta. Just a 20 minute drive away, the City Center neighborhood has plenty of pawrific things to do with your pupper! One of the town favorites, is the Mount Shasta City Park. In this 26 acre park you can watch small streams coming down from Mount Shasta form the headwaters of the mighty Sacramento River. You and your pupper can enjoy the views at a bench, or wander down the footpaths across scenic bridges and through weeping willows. Leashed dogs are welcome throughout the park, just don’t forget the waste bags! After working up an appetite, head over to Casa Ramos Mexican Restaurant, in the same neighborhood. Here you can chow down on a Burrito Cabo Blanco next to your canine companion at one of the dog friendly outdoor tables.

    Dunsmuir City Center

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,101 per sq. mi.

    Dunsmuir City Center

    4848

    The Dunsmuir City Center is not short on green space and urban parks for you and your doggo to relax in! It’s in this neighborhood that you can find the Tauhindauli Park and Trails. This park offers a great way to enjoy the gorgeous Sacramento River Canyon. You can take a heart pumping jog or a leisurely stroll along the walkways in this park, and kick back and relax at the picnic tables with river views. Well behaved dogs are welcome as long as they stay leashed and get picked up after. When your stomach is growling, head over to Cafe Maddalena in the same neighborhood. This dog friendly bistro allows dogs at the outdoor seating under the grape arbor.

    Shasta Retreat

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    280 per sq. mi.

    Shasta Retreat

    3636

    In the Shasta Retreat neighborhood of Dunsmuir, you can find the park that all the dogs are barking about! The Dunsmuir City Park is pawpular among families, outdoor lovers, and dog walkers, so be prepared to make some furry friends! The park is nestled into a pine, oak and cedar forest along the Sacramento River. Features include playgrounds and picnic tables. Attached to the park is the Dunsmuir Botanical Gardens. You and your pup will love the sights and smells as you wander through dogwood trees, shasta lillies, and wild azaleas. Leashed dogs are welcome to join their two-legged friends, as long as they get picked up after.

    Shasta Springs

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    8 per sq. mi.

    Shasta Springs

    2424

    The Shasta Springs neighborhood is home to a hidden gem, the Mossbrae Falls. The falls can be found by hiking next to the rail tracks that run along the Sacramento River. Use caution when hiking in this area, because the railway is still operational and there may be some trains that pass while you’re hiking. A new, safer trail is scheduled to be completed by the summer of 2018. Once you’ve arrived at the falls, you and your best pal can relax and watch their thundering power, or take a splash into the refreshing waters. Leashed dogs are allowed to join in on the fun, as long as they are picked up after! There are no amenities in this area, so be sure to bring your own supplies like waste bags and dog treats!  

    Castella

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    11 per sq. mi.

    Castella

    1212

    The neighboring small town of Castella is just south of Dunsmuir. Although this town virtually just has a gas station and a post office, it provides access the the woofderful Castle Crags State Park. In the Castle Crags wilderness, you’ll be able to see the 6000 foot granite spires that have inspired myths and legends. Although dogs are not allowed on the trails, they are welcome in the Castle Crags Campground and on the trail that leads to the picnic areas along the Sacramento River and at the Vista Point. There are 76 developed campsites here, with picnic tables, fire rings, and restrooms nearby. Your furry pal needs to stay leashed, and be inside a tent or car at night.

    Mount Shasta City Center

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,080 per sq. mi.

    Mount Shasta City Center

    00

    Just north of Dunsmuir is the larger city of Mount Shasta. Just a 20 minute drive away, the City Center neighborhood has plenty of pawrific things to do with your pupper! One of the town favorites, is the Mount Shasta City Park. In this 26 acre park you can watch small streams coming down from Mount Shasta form the headwaters of the mighty Sacramento River. You and your pupper can enjoy the views at a bench, or wander down the footpaths across scenic bridges and through weeping willows. Leashed dogs are welcome throughout the park, just don’t forget the waste bags! After working up an appetite, head over to Casa Ramos Mexican Restaurant, in the same neighborhood. Here you can chow down on a Burrito Cabo Blanco next to your canine companion at one of the dog friendly outdoor tables.

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