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Hi my name is Kaitlyn. I have been caring for dogs for over 5 years. I enjoy getting outside and being active with them. I have volunteered at animal shelters, walking all kinds of dogs. I had the opportunity to foster a dog in college and now have a dog of mine own! With my pup I have discovered a passion I have for dog training and understanding dog behaviors. I trained my dog to be Canine Good Citizen certified and if you would like any help or training with your dog I would love to help while he/she are under my care! If you have a high energy dog, I know a greenway trail that is perfect for getting all of that energy out! I am open to taking your sweet dog to dog parks, swimming, hiking, running while I bike, etc. You just let me know how I can make your puppy's time the best while with me!
Howdy! I was born in raised in Littleton CO, and am now studying Social Work at Louisiana State University! While I one day hope to work with at-risk children welfare, my love for working with kids is hand-in-paw with my love canines! Outside of caring for my own 2 dogs/best friends, I have pat sat for countless dogs in my area and could not be more excited to care for dogs again! Keep it furry fellow werewolves! (dog people)
Victoria here! I grew up in Austin, TX and have been a dog lover since day 1. In my life, I've had a number of German Shepherds and one spunky little Wired-Hair Fox Terrier. Most recently, I had to part ways with my sweet Shepherd, Bailey as she stayed home with my parents when I moved to the Bay Area. Dogs have always been an important part of my family and spending time outdoors with pups is a big priority for me. I look forward to making new furry friends in my community!
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Hi! My name is Julianne. I love dogs and am passionate about their care. I've had several years of personal and professional experience with them. During college I volunteered as a social media intern for the Woods Humane Society. I'm honored to say I helped nearly 100 dogs get adopted into their forever homes. I've also worked as a dog walker and house sitter. I look forward to spending time and caring for your furry family member! Have a wonderful day.
I grew up living with 3 dogs and 3 cats and preferred spending my time with them. I initially went to college to be a veterinarian but soon learned I was more interested in spending time with animals not in pain although I still wanted to help. I've spent time volunteering at animal shelters in New Orleans and Denver and while I currently don't own my own dog I'm that person that can't walk down a street without saying hi to or petting a dog.
Hi! My name is Jamie and I have loved dogs from the very beginning, always having a big loving lab by my side! I grew up in the mountains of Colorado where I enjoyed many a hike, swim, you name it with my puppies. I am very much looking forward to making your furry family member as happy as possible during our time together!
Hi I'm Amanda! Dogs, and animals in general have always been my passion. Big dogs to small dogs, I've experienced them all. I volunteered at my local animal shelter for four years in high school, and it was an amazing experience. I love that each little creature has their own special personality. I can't wait to walk your dog!
My name is Jeff. I am 38 yrs old and own my own business. I love spending free time with my boy Archie, a shepherd mix. I have fostered for Golden Retriever Rescue of North Texas, The Street Dog Project, and Duck Team 6. I have experience with dogs from all different backgrounds including epilepsy, rescue, food aggression, and hyper-active.
Hello! I'm Ali, an avid dog lover and owner. I have experience dog sitting, boarding, and walking for many of my friends and family. I hope to add your pupper as a friendly fury face :) There is absolutely no doggo discrimination in my books, I love them all, small, round, fluffy, tall, and glorious, you name it! Hope to see you pup soon!
Hi, my name is Aaron and I grew up in Indianapolis with my two amazing rescue dogs Molly and Jill. I had my dogs for about 13 years before passing one year behind the first. Since then I’ve been dog sitting and designated walker for a good majority of my friends and family. Connecting with dogs is easy for me and I am always confident to have every situation under control. Since leaving Indy in 2014 I lived in Breckenridge Colorado where I lived with an awesome rescue dog and owner. I’ve moved back to indy in may 2017 to enjoy a little bit more of the Indianapolis life! Super friendly and outgoing and can’t wait to meet your pup!
The town of Breckenridge is known for its skiing resorts, and offers plenty of trails and snowy hills that double as a summer hikes. This means that whether your pup is in his winter or summer fur coat, he will be more than happy to go out with the numerous seasonal activities found here. For extra comfort for animal lovers, the town boasts three animal hospitals to ensure that any mishaps can be treated right away.
In the summertime, you and your pup can travel to the Carter Dog Park. This fully fenced-in park offers two double-gated entrances and sitting benches to enjoy while your dog plays. There's a shaded area, a hose and bowls for water, clean-up stations, and trash bins at the park.
If winter is the time you want to head out, then the Breckenridge Nordic Center is a dog-friendly option that has a cross-country ski trail and two snowshoe trails that allows your pup to come along. As long as your dog is obedient to verbal commands, he can remain off leash. Plus, what pup wouldn't like to go dashing through the snow?
Breckenridge has plenty of food options too, like the Oscar's of Breckenridge, The Crown, and The Ember all have outdoor dog-friendly seating. All these pawtastic options will leave you and Fido rolling over and begging for more!
The Weisshorn neighborhood lies on the southern edge of the town, and offers plenty of fantastic hikes and trails to be used by all, including Fido. One of those paths is the Boreas Pass, a rails-to-trails project that has converted old railroad tracks into hiking trails. The path is 19.8 miles long, dog-friendly, and is perfect for any skill level. Even if you're not a hiker, the beginning of the trail will offer a short hike to get some exercise, and see some beautiful wildflowers and old railroad landmarks. After a walk, if stomachs are grumbling, then get a bite at Empire Burger, which offers the best burgers in Breckenridge and dog-friendly outdoor seating with water.
The neighborhood of Ski Hill Road is the place to be for pawsome hiking opportunities. Heading to Cucumber Gulch Wildlife Preserve is a beautiful option that offers a short-term hike for you and Fido. Your pup must remain on a leash, but can enjoy the 2.9-mile walk with scenic views of the mountains and some wildlife sightings. If you need more to tackle your pup's energy reserve, take a stroll over to the Blue River Bikeway, an 8.9-mile hike that starts in this neighborhood, heads north along the Blue River, and ends at the Blue River Arm. Fido must remain on a leash, and humans should come prepared with clean-up bags and water.
Looking to play in the snow? The Gold Run Nordic Center in the Highlands neighborhood understands, which is why they have dog-friendly trails and ski options. Paths include intermediate and beginning trails, and the center even offers a dog-friendly training course for you and Fido to learn some skiing basics. Dogs are allowed off leash here as long as they remain under voice command. If you're visiting, you don't have to worry about pet-friendly hotels, since the Ski Country Majestic Lodge allows dogs of any size to stay with a pet fee, and even offer a gift to Fido when you and your pup check-in.
If you're residing or visiting the Bekkedal neighborhood of Breckenridge, the best trail to start with is the Spruce Creek Trail, a 6.2-mile trail for moderately-skilled hikers and dogs. Dogs are welcome on the path and must remain on leash, but can travel to the Mohawk Lake and Continental Falls at the end of the trail and enjoy some beautiful views and excellent waterhole in the summer. Another moderate path in the neighborhood includes the Crystal Lakes Trail, an 11-mile dog-friendly path. The trail starts at Spruce Creek Trailhead near Crystal Creek and leads past both the Lower Crystal Lake and the Upper Crystal Lake until it reaches the Sourdough Gap.
The Warriors Mark neighborhood may sound a bit intimidating, but it's really not. The community is stationed at the south end of town, and has multiple parks for you and Fido to enjoy. The High Line Railroad Park features a dog-friendly paved trail, and the scenic No. 111 locomotive sitting in the park. Right next door is the Rotary Snowplow Park, a spot with a more open space for Fido to be able to run around and play, or relax under the shady trees. Fido must remain on a leash at both parks, but has access to benches, trash bins, and water fountains.
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