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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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    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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    Best Dog Friendly Neighborhoods in Mt Shasta

    Mount Shasta City Center

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,081 per sq. mi.

    Mount Shasta City Center

    4848

    If you and Fido aren’t up to heading out into the mountain wilderness today, Mount Shasta has a few great urban parks sprinkled throughout town where you can take your pup. In the City Center of Mount Shasta, you can find the Mount Shasta City Park. This 26 acre park is home to the headwaters of the powerful Sacramento River. You and your pupper can enjoy the views at a bench, or wander down the scenic footpaths across pretty bridges and through willows. Connecting to the park is the Spring Hill Trail. This trail is about 1.7 miles through the forest with lovely views of Mount Shasta. Well-behaved dogs are allowed in the park and on the trails and long as they stay leashed and are picked up after.

    Siskiyou Lake Highlands

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    812 per sq. mi.

    Siskiyou Lake Highlands

    3636

    In the neighborhood of Siskiyou Lake highlands, you can find the beloved Siskiyou Lake. Around this lake there are many opportunities for adventures with your dog! This lake has its very own trail surrounding it. The Lake Siskiyou Trailhead can be found on W. A. Barr Road. One of the favorite features of this trail is the Wagon Creek Bridge. From this bridge you can enjoy great views of the lake with Mount Shasta as a backdrop. The rest of the trail meanders through peaceful woodlands and rolling meadows. Dogs are welcome to join in on the fun of course, as long as they stay leashed and are picked up after.

    Mount Shasta West

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    27 per sq. mi.

    Mount Shasta West

    2424

    The neighborhood of Mount Shasta West is nestled into the Cascade Range, with the towering Mount Eddy right nearby. This area has plenty of trails, campgrounds, and lakes for you and your adventurous doggo to take advantage of. The Mount Eddy Trailhead welcomes leashed dogs, and can be found along Forest Road 17. This trail is famous for its abundance of blooming wildflowers, and you and your dog will just love the sights and smells. It’s about 10 miles round trip if you’d like to reach Mount Eddy’s summit, but the views are worth it! You’ll even get to see the majestic Deadfall Lakes along the way. Don’t forget plenty of drinking water, and to follow the “leave no trace” principles!

    Howard

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    38 per sq. mi.

    Howard

    1212

    It’s from the Howard neighborhood in Mount Shasta that you can gain access to many woofderful trails. The Gray Butte Trail begins at Panther Meadows, which is along the Everitt Memorial Highway. Be sure to stay on the trail, so as not to disturb the delicate nature in the meadows. This 3.4 mile trail will take you through red firs and mountain hemlocks, to the summit of Gray Butte. From here, you can enjoy sweeping vistas of Northern California, and the southern side of Mount Shasta. If you want to stay a while in this wild wonderland, head over to the Panther Meadows Campground. This walk-in campground has 15 dog friendly campsites, with tables, fire rings, and vault toilets. 

    Weed

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    575 per sq. mi.

    Weed

    00

    Just a hop across the border into the neighboring town of Weed brings you to another puppy paradise. This small mountain town has managed to keep much of it’s early 1900’s charm while the tourist industry has thrived. If you and your pup would like to kick back here for a while, head over to the Friendly RV Park. This park has dog friendly campsites with mountain views, and even its own grassy pet areas. When it’s time for a bite, check out the Hi-Lo Cafe. This cafe offers all-day breakfast and other diner classics along with an old school vibe. You can dig into a burger next to your canine companion at one of the outdoor dog friendly tables.

    Mount Shasta City Center

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,081 per sq. mi.

    Mount Shasta City Center

    4848

    If you and Fido aren’t up to heading out into the mountain wilderness today, Mount Shasta has a few great urban parks sprinkled throughout town where you can take your pup. In the City Center of Mount Shasta, you can find the Mount Shasta City Park. This 26 acre park is home to the headwaters of the powerful Sacramento River. You and your pupper can enjoy the views at a bench, or wander down the scenic footpaths across pretty bridges and through willows. Connecting to the park is the Spring Hill Trail. This trail is about 1.7 miles through the forest with lovely views of Mount Shasta. Well-behaved dogs are allowed in the park and on the trails and long as they stay leashed and are picked up after.

    Siskiyou Lake Highlands

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    812 per sq. mi.

    Siskiyou Lake Highlands

    3636

    In the neighborhood of Siskiyou Lake highlands, you can find the beloved Siskiyou Lake. Around this lake there are many opportunities for adventures with your dog! This lake has its very own trail surrounding it. The Lake Siskiyou Trailhead can be found on W. A. Barr Road. One of the favorite features of this trail is the Wagon Creek Bridge. From this bridge you can enjoy great views of the lake with Mount Shasta as a backdrop. The rest of the trail meanders through peaceful woodlands and rolling meadows. Dogs are welcome to join in on the fun of course, as long as they stay leashed and are picked up after.

    Mount Shasta West

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    27 per sq. mi.

    Mount Shasta West

    2424

    The neighborhood of Mount Shasta West is nestled into the Cascade Range, with the towering Mount Eddy right nearby. This area has plenty of trails, campgrounds, and lakes for you and your adventurous doggo to take advantage of. The Mount Eddy Trailhead welcomes leashed dogs, and can be found along Forest Road 17. This trail is famous for its abundance of blooming wildflowers, and you and your dog will just love the sights and smells. It’s about 10 miles round trip if you’d like to reach Mount Eddy’s summit, but the views are worth it! You’ll even get to see the majestic Deadfall Lakes along the way. Don’t forget plenty of drinking water, and to follow the “leave no trace” principles!

    Howard

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    38 per sq. mi.

    Howard

    1212

    It’s from the Howard neighborhood in Mount Shasta that you can gain access to many woofderful trails. The Gray Butte Trail begins at Panther Meadows, which is along the Everitt Memorial Highway. Be sure to stay on the trail, so as not to disturb the delicate nature in the meadows. This 3.4 mile trail will take you through red firs and mountain hemlocks, to the summit of Gray Butte. From here, you can enjoy sweeping vistas of Northern California, and the southern side of Mount Shasta. If you want to stay a while in this wild wonderland, head over to the Panther Meadows Campground. This walk-in campground has 15 dog friendly campsites, with tables, fire rings, and vault toilets. 

    Weed

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    575 per sq. mi.

    Weed

    00

    Just a hop across the border into the neighboring town of Weed brings you to another puppy paradise. This small mountain town has managed to keep much of it’s early 1900’s charm while the tourist industry has thrived. If you and your pup would like to kick back here for a while, head over to the Friendly RV Park. This park has dog friendly campsites with mountain views, and even its own grassy pet areas. When it’s time for a bite, check out the Hi-Lo Cafe. This cafe offers all-day breakfast and other diner classics along with an old school vibe. You can dig into a burger next to your canine companion at one of the outdoor dog friendly tables.

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