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Hi there! My name is Quinn and I love dogs of all breeds and sizes! I grew up volunteering in shelters training and walking dogs every summer. Along with volunteering, I walked dogs for my neighbors and close family friends as well as dog sitting! I also have had a few dogs of my own growing up and currently have two at the moment. I can’t wait to meet you and your loveable dog!
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Hi there, I’m a fellow dog lover obsessed with all things pet. I’m a proud dog mama and I have also volunteered at several different animal shelters some specifically dogs, specifically cats, and some that are all animals you can think of. I enjoy taking dogs for long walks, runs, hikes, and trips to the dog park and can guarantee you a great extra set of hands for your little buddies.
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Hello! My name is Shauna Davis. I am a 20 year old college student. I am going to school to be a special education teacher and I currently am an ABA therapist for children with Autism. I have a passion for loving and caring for people and animals!
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Kersey, Colorado is a small agricultural town that has been around since 1893. Originally, this was a railroad depot, but in 1908, it became a town. The land was used to raise beef, grow crops, and harvest grain. It was the hub of the area because everything that was grown here could be purchased in the town. Some speculate that it was home to the original farmers market. Food was often traded for goods. There was no set price; everything was based on what you could afford or offer in trade.
When you come to Kersey, you should check out the original fire station and schoolhouse that is now turned into a library and museum. You cannot take your dog inside, but you can check out the architecture or explore the historic markers placed around it and the rail car depot.
If you are looking for a place to stay, check out the Cobblestone Inn and Suites. Not only are they pet-friendly, but they also have a full-service bar. Every morning, you can wake up and grab a plate at the breakfast buffet before starting off on your adventure. It really is like home away from home -- the only difference is you don't have worry about cleaning up or doing the chores!
There aren't very many other Fido-friendly amenities here, but you can find more things to do and see with your dog just a short drive out of town.
If you're feeling lazy and don't feel like cooking, drive just 8 miles to Greeley, Colorado, where you'll find a few yummy places to grab some grub with your pooch. One of them is Chipotle Mexican Grill. Their whole patio is set up for you and your dog to share some nachos, tacos, or any of your favorite Mexican dishes. Wash it all down with your favorite beer, available on tap or bottle. They also have margaritas or fruity mixed drinks if you prefer something lighter. Come empty and leave feeling full and refreshed.
The Tavern is a local bar and eatery that serves up yummy dishes with locally sourced ingredients. You can try a pizza topped with mushrooms and veggies grown right around the corner! Of course, there are many other dishes that will get your mouth watering if you're not in the mood for pizza. Unsurprisingly, The Tavern also has a full bar to choose from. You can bring your dog with you to enjoy some delicious pub fare in a friendly atmosphere. They are even open late on the weekends. To get here, all you need to do is make a eight-mile trip from Kersey. Just remember to bring a leash for your pup.
Rover's Run Dog Park is a small dog park located just eight miles from Kersey. Let your pup off-leash here to feel the wind in his fur and make some new canine companions. This is a small dog park and does not have separate areas for smaller dogs. There are trash cans, but you need to bring your own doggie bags. The watering stations are always clean and ready for you to use. You and your dog will love this park, especially if you are looking for a quiet spot to get away for a little bit.
The Poudre River Trail starts off slightly west of Greeley. It is about ten miles from Kersey. The trail is part of a 21-mile trail system set up by the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy. It passes through numerous natural areas which Fido will love exploring. There are parks with rest areas along the way, but you will probably want to carry your water bottle with you. The trail takes about four hours to walk, making it a great way to spend an entire day. You and your dog could walk the whole thing, or just enjoy a short hike to the fishing spots.
Evans, Colorado, about nine miles from Kersey, has a pretty good sized dog park called Freedom Dog Park. There are three separate areas for you to enjoy: the large dog side, the small dog side, and the training area. All three areas have both sand and gravel, but very little grass. The pet parents have their own seating area where they can sit and chat. You will have access to clean water stations and fully stocked cleaning stations while you are here. So come on over and plan on spending some quality time playing with your dog!
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