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When I got my first dog I realized this is what I'm made for! I am enamored with dogs' loyal, loving, and playful dispositions. Walks are not only my pup's favorite part of the day, but mine as well! Can I help your dog get some play (sniff, exercise) time outside on the days when you can't?
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Hi there! I’m Alisha and have been caring for pets full time for 6 years now after working in the theme park industry in Florida. I believe in truly pampering your pet whether that be with a long walk or jog, or keeping things relaxed so they can stop to sniff and explore. I have worked with pets or all ages, sizes, temperaments, and needs so I look forward to helping care for your furry friend!
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Does boredom have your dog howling the blues? Make sure your pooch doesn’t seek out fun in destructive ways with regular exercise. Daily walks can help them expend their energy while stimulating their mind, allowing them to relax when at home. After some walks around the block, spice it up with a stroll to some dog-friendly shopping in Old Colorado City.
Our dogs may seem far removed from their wolf ancestors, but the need to socialize is instinctual. In the wild, wolves play with other pack members to build confidence and learn how to behave. Walks through your neighborhood, or to a Colorado Springs dog park, can give your dog lots of chances to work on their social skills with new playmates.
Keeping active on daily walks isn’t just fun, it’s good for your dog too! Regular activity can reduce your canine pal’s risk of obesity, diabetes and heart disease, conditions which can shorten their active years. Stay healthy together on treks through your area, or get some history at the same time exploring Anasazi architecture at the Manitou Cliff Dwellings Museum atop a mesa.
Looking for a dog walker to get your dog moving in Little London while you are away? dog walking businesses and professional dog walkers can get your pup strolling the neighborhood on a 15-minute walk for about $15, while longer 30-minute spins can be as much as $25. Beware of services that only work on weekdays or middays if your dog needs a night or weekend outing. And if your dog needs a last-minute walk, booking within 24 hours could add on an additional $5 to $10 fee.
With dog walkers on the Wag! platform, walking your dog is easy! These pawtastic Pet Caregivers are available every day of the week, all day long, which means your pup can get their exercise at the right time for them. Dog walking rates with Wag! average around $15 for a 20-minute stroll, or $20 for a 30-minute meander. And if your furball is wiggling with energy, you can book a 60-minute adventure for around $30. Need to book a walk for the same day? Just choose on-demand for no additional fees.
Thoroughly vetted and insured Pet Caregivers with Wag! know your pup’s safety is priority number one, so they make sure you can follow along every step of the way with real time GPS tracking through the Wag! app. You’ll also get a report card after each walk so you’ll know just how much fun your dog had on their day out.
With a wealth of scenic views and lots of outdoor adventures, it’s easy to see why Colorado Springs is called The City of Millionaires! The northern Briargate neighborhood gives pups a furbulous place to ditch the leash at the Rampart Dog Park. Dogs of all sizes can mix and mingle in this fenced in open space dotted with shade trees.
East Colorado Springs features a blend of lively breweries, music and entertainment alongside pawsome hiking and biking areas. The large Palmer Park features lots of on leash hiking trails that snake through the park’s 700-acres, and even some off leash in the Yucca Area. Afterwards, head to the Palmer Dog Park’s fenced-in space for a free romp over flat terrain.
Residential West Colorado Springs calls true adventurers to explore on leash hiking featuring furrific views of the red rock sandstone formations at the Garden of the Gods. Your pup will love this National Landmark where they can grab a drink at The Café at the Garden terrace before heading to the Off-Leash Dog Area. Located to the east of the Rock Ledge Ranch Historic Site, this unfenced, open field is marked by posts, and surfaced with a mix of dirt and grass. Nearby, the Red Rock Canyon Open Space also features on leash trails to explore, but is most known among the canine pupulation for its off leash Upper and Lower Dog Loop Trails!
For a large, fenced in experience, the Bear Creek Dog Park in Southwest Colorado Springs is sure to tire out even the most energetic pooches! Right at the foot of the Cheyenne Mountains, this 25-acre pupperdise features a small dog section, drinking water, trails, and an agility course. There’s even access to a creek where your pup can wade in and cool down.
When heading out to any off-leash areas, make sure your dog has been fully vaccinated, licensed, and spayed or neutered. Keep clean-up bags on hand to pick up after your dog. Always have your dog leashed when entering or exiting off leash areas, and everywhere outside of them. In unfenced, off leash areas, be sure your dog responds well to voice commands.
Life in The Springs can get boring sitting at home alone. Get your dog’s tail wagging with a furbulous walk with Wag!
Dog walkers with Wag! are experts at tiring out even the most active Colorado Springs breeds. Working German Shepherds and Australian Shepherds would do well with plenty of long 60-minute treks. Your lazy English Bulldog may just be able to rouse themselves for a 30-minute meander around the neighborhood before its time for another nap. And if your Frenchie is itching for adventure, a 20-minute spin around the block is sure to work out those little legs. Even if your aged Labrador Retriever would rather not get up, Wag! can Drop-In to make sure they have everything they need at home.
Booking a walk with Wag! is simple! Just download the Wag! app, select a date and time to get your dog moving, then choose the length that’s right for your pup. Whether a one-time walk, a recurring walk, or on-demand walks in the same day, you can create the pawfect experience your pooch will love. You can look through dog walker profiles to find the best match for your pooch. With GPS tracking, you’ll always know where your dog roams, and text and picture updates from your walker will keep you enjoying all the fun moments too.
There’s so much to see in Colorado Springs, so keep your dog exploring by booking a walk with Wag! today!
West Colorado Springs is home of the Garden of the Gods, a registered national landmark. What makes this landmark even better is that it is totally bark-friendly! Dogs are allowed on all of the trails as long as they are leashed. The Garden of the Gods is the perfect place to take on great views while hiking over big rocks. After a day of exploring, both you and your pooch are welcome to get refreshed at The Café at the Garden, where dogs are invited to relax on the terrace. The Garden of the Gods Trading Post, located a short drive away, is a historic trading post that has been converted into an art gallery and gift shop. Four-legged guests are encouraged to visit this slice of history with their humans. You are sure to have an action packed day with your pup when you visit West Colorado Springs.
The Northeast section of Colorado Springs has lots to do for your dog and you! Stop by Jackson Park to let Rover run free at these off-leash grounds. The area offers tons of fun but no fence, so pups who like to listen may do better here. If you're craving the wilderness but want to stay safe, check out Ute Valley Park! With over 330 acres of rocks, woods and trails, this park will make you totally forget that you're hiking in the middle of town. Leashed canines are welcome for hikes and runs on the well maintained trails. Just north of town lies New Santa Fe Regional Trail, a converted train track that is a part of the Rails to Trails Conservancy. This trail is perfect for doggy walking, with easy parking and info maps to keep you on track!
The east side of Colorado Springs may not be quite as happening as other sections, but it does have Palmer Park! This amazing area is filled with awesome rock formations just waiting to be explored by you and your furry friend. The trails are all on-leash only, but they are long enough that your pup will be exhausted after a day of running, hiking and climbing the ruff terrain. There is a small fenced-in dog park, however most locals prefer tearing around the trails over hanging at the park. Either way, Palmer Park has so much to offer travellers with four legs. Just keep in mind the range doesn't have a lot of shade, so it may be best to bring some water and a dish to keep your bark buddy hydrated and happy.
The center of Colorado Springs has some terruffic trails for hiking with your canine buddy. Midland Trail is one of the Rails to Trails Conservancy projects repurposing an abandoned train track into a pawesome route through both metropolis and wilderness. The path is paved for easy travel, so humans and dogs of all skill levels will be comfortable trekking this trail. Memorial Park is located in the heart of Colorado Springs and features a walkway. This leisurely walk offers beautiful views of the water and surrounding mountains for both you and Rover to enjoy. Memorial Park often hosts cool town functions, so if your timing is right you just might be able to catch one as you stroll through.
The heart of Colorado Springs is definitely a place for pups. Old Colorado Springs has some barktastic spots to take your dog to for guaranteed fun. Red Rock Canyon Open Space has plenty of trails to keep the whole family happy, especially the four-legged members. Dogs are welcome on-leash on any of the scenic trails and may run free on either of the designated dog loops. These areas are kept in good condition but are not fenced in. Bear Creek Dog Park, also located in Old Colorado City is basically doggy heaven on Earth. This fully fenced in park features a creek, a watering station, pathways and even an agility park! Got a mini-pup? No worries! There is a special section for dogs under 25 lbs. Restrooms are on site, so you can stay and play for hours if you'd like! Old Colorado City has lots to keep you and your pooch outside and having fun.
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