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Hi! My name is Rebecca and I am an animal lover by nature. I grew up surrounded by animals and raised a Border-Collie mix pup to live a long, healthy and happy 16 years! I have walked dogs, house-sat, and cared for all kinds of pets for over 16 years. Obedience classes & agility training courses were part of the growing up process with my own dog, Sara. Mostly we had a fun, goofy time just playing. She went everywhere with me! Since she passed away, I take any chance I can to be around my canine pals. I've always had an affinity for dogs large & small, with boundless energy or a calm disposition. I know how important it is to have your dog(s) well-cared for while you are busy or traveling so I am here to help! I am always up for a leisurely stroll in the neighborhood, brisk walk or challenging hike. Whatever your needs are I can meet them. I feel very fortunate to be able to walk a variety of dogs. It would be my great pleasure to meet your dog and make a new friend!
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Hi! To begin, my name is Ezequiel! I was born and raised in San Francisco. Since I was a kid, I’ve owned multiple pets. My first dog was a Chihuahua named Baby. Next, was a Border Collie mix named Sierra. After they passed, we rescued a Pitador mix named Nala, who’s currently seven years old. So it goes without saying, I’m a natural when it comes to dog walking. With an customer approval rating of 4.97, I promise your pup will be in good hands. I look forward to meeting your pooch!
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The city of San Pablo, located about 14 miles north of Oakland, includes some area parks and easy access to pup-friendly outdoor activities. From taking a hike in a natural area to playtime on the beach, you and Fido will have plenty of op-paw-tunities to enjoy the outdoors here. There are four veterinarians in San Pablo when you need professional services for your special pal.
Plan a day of hiking and exploring with your furry friend at the Sobrante Ridge Regional Preserve, located just under seven miles east of San Pablo. Walk along the dirt roads in this natural area with your canine companion as you view wildlife such as deer, golden eagles, and coyotes.
Connect to the San Francisco Bay Trail in Pinole Shores Park and walk along San Pablo Bay with your four-footed friend. This Rails-to-Trails pathway follows the Union Pacific Railroad and Amtrak lines in the area. Dogs on a leash are welcome to join you on the multi-use trail.
Take Fido to the beach in Albany, located on Buchanan Street about seven miles south of San Pablo. This small section of shoreline permits unleashed dogs. Enjoy the scenery as your pup plays in the sand and water on the San Francisco Bay Shoreline.
The areas around San Pablo provide a range of ways for you and your furry friend to explore the outdoors together.
The area around Market Avenue and 23rd Street includes dining establishments, residential streets, and an elementary school. When you want to treat yourself and your pooch to a pawtastic outdoor adventure, head about two miles east to Alvarado Park and go hiking in this 43-acre facility. Walk or jog with your four-footed friend on the paved pathway that winds through the natural areas. Dogs need to be on a leash while on the trail, at the staging area, and in other developed areas of the park. Make sure you bring water and waste bags to clean up after your pal when you come here.
The neighborhood surrounding Giant Road and RD 20 includes private residences, apartment buildings, and some institutional facilities. There are some quiet streets here where you and your pup can take a little stroll for fresh air. When you want to stretch your legs with your pooch, check out the trail that follows Wildcat Creek between Rumrill Blvd and 23rd Street. This lovely greenway by the water winds through John Herbert Davis Park. Keep your pooch under control and on a leash while hiking or jogging along this path. Remember that you are responsible for cleaning up any messes left by your furry friend. Bring along some water for your outing.
There are apartment buildings, homes, a small park and some businesses in the Rivers St/San Pablo Ave neighborhood. If you're looking for a place to go hiking with your pup and get some fresh air, drive about three miles northwest to the Point Pinole Regional Shoreline. Walk along the trails through this 2,315-acre natural area. You can explore the meadows, walk along the bluffs and shoreline, or through the eucalyptus woods here. Dogs are welcome to join you in this park. There is a small fee when the park kiosk is attended. Bring water and waste bags with you to clean up any droppings.
Contra Costa College, some commercial establishments, and rental properties are located in the neighborhood of El Portal Dr/San Pablo Ave. From here, you can take your pup to a furiffic park that's located about seven miles northeast of campus. The Pinole Dog Park on Pinole Valley Road has separate fenced areas for small and large dogs. Let your pup play off-leash with other canine companions. There are picnic tables, shade trees, benches, and water stations in each enclosure. If you'd rather spend time alone with your pooch, leash up and explore the rest of Pinole Valley Park together. Remember to pick up any waste.
In City Center, there are commercial establishments, private residences, and a casino. This neighborhood is just over a mile northwest of the Wildcat Canyon Regional Park. This vast 2,427-acre wilderness includes ridges, hills, and watershed area. You can bring up to three dogs at a time here to explore the trails and open spaces. Make sure you keep your pup on a leash in the Nimitz Way area, any staging areas, or developed parts of the park. Remember to bring along water and waste bags. Dogs are not permitted in the Tilden Nature Area at the southern end of the park.
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