Dog walking in Leadville North

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Wag! is the nation's fastest-growing network of pre-screened and insured pet sitters and dog walkers. In less than 15 minutes you can book a nearby dog sitter, daycare provider, or dog walker, who'll take complete care of your loved one - at their place or yours.

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Jana ALeadville North, CO 80461

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I have used to pet sit quite a lot growing up and always loved it. I don’t have the ability to have a pet of my own at the moment and realized that one way to solve that problem is to get back into petsitting! Two good friends of mine recently shared this website with me and I only wish I'd found it sooner. I’m happy to tailor my services to your needs. I only work a few shifts per week so I have a large availability! Your pets will receive heaps of attention from me! For dog walks, I will walk your dog on average for 15-30 min, more or less if needed. I always stick around a bit to give the dog some extra love, attention, and play time. I do the same for cats in addition to changing over their food/water/litter box. I used to pet sit professionally growing up and most recently did petsitting jobs while living in New Zealand in December of 2018. Starting in May 2016, I spent a year with the Southeastern Guide Dog Foundation helping to raise and train guide dogs. I have no restrictions when it comes to pet size! Small or large I love them all. I am a friendly, happy, loving, outdoorsy person. If your dog enjoys snuggling on the couch and/or long walks, I’m the sitter for you! Thank you for your consideration.

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Sara FLeadville North, CO 80461

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“I hope your dog likes treats!!”

Hello! Since COVID started, I took on the role of being the dog mama for my family. I am in charge of my 2 crazy dogs and I want more dog experiences! I am studying psychology at UNC in Greeley and I am looking into animal assisted therapy. I have been given the gift of all dogs liking me so I am basically a dog whisperer

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Specialties

Oral medicine administration, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care

Aaron DLeadville North, CO 80461

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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!

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Dog Walking in Leadville North

Leadville North is a small town lying just north of the pawpular Leadville. Leadville North is a quaint and quiet area to stroll with Fido on leash. While there are no parks, a Sunday stroll down the sidewalks in Leadville North will show you just how linguistically and ethnically diverse the community is. Leadville North is mainly known for being a populated residential area, so most of the puptastic things to do and places to see will be a few minutes walk down the street in neighboring Leadville. The Leadville Veterinary Clinic will be happy to take care of all Fido's medical needs, big or small!


If it's outdoor adventure you're craving, you will have a wooftacular time visiting the Turquoise Lake just 5 miles west of Leadville North and Leadville. Dubbed for the rare turquoise deposits found near the lake, Turquoise Lake is one of Colorado's most pawpular high-altitude destinations, extending over 1,800 acres. 

Year-round, multiple outdoor recreational activities offer you and your pup a tail-wagging good time! Relax on the lake's shorefront beach in the summer months, scavenge for gold and silver in the mines, or set up your tent and camp out under the Colorado night sky. Whatever you choose to do, the Turquoise Lake area offers you and Fido the pawfect getaway treat! 

Leadville North and its surrounding areas have so much to offer you and your pup. Wag on over today to discover this hidden gem- you might even find some gold!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Leadville North

Leadville City Center

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
956 per sq. mi.

Leadville City Center

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You don't want to miss out on the Leadville City Center neighborhood, where you and Fido will have a ball at the Leadville Dog Park! Nestled in a lovely wooded area, the dog park offers just the right amount of sunshine and shade for you and your canine pup to enjoy. Lots of waste disposal bags and trash cans are provided, so please pick up after your pooch. After a ruffing around, head to The Tennessee Pass Cafe to enjoy hearty comfort grub on the pup-friendly patio. Smoky wings, bison stew, and Buffalo steak melts all await to be chewed on. Your pup will be delighted to find his own water bowl, in addition to a lip-licking treat!

Twin Lakes

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Population Density
375 per sq. mi.

Twin Lakes

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Visit the Twin Lakes neighborhood in Leadville with Fido to embark on your grand exploration adventure on the pawpular Mineral Belt Trail that encircles the town. At 11.6 miles long, the Mineral Belt Trail has so much to offer you and your pup, including winding trails through beautiful aspen groves, wildflower prairies, scenic views of the Mosquito and Sawatch Mountains, the blue Turquoise Lake, and so much more. Get an eagle-eye view of Leadville from atop Mineral Belt Trail with your pup! Doggoes must be on a leash at all times. History buffs will adore the Mineral Belt Trail for its historical markers which recount tales of Leadville's notable figures who struck rich during the mining era, Leadville's boom days, and all the dates in between. Woofderful!

Pawnee-Georgia Gulch

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Population Density
88 per sq. mi.

Pawnee-Georgia Gulch

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So much hiking calls for some rest and relaxation. Head to the Pawnee-Georgia Gulch neighborhood in Leadville to take shelter from the heat on a warm summer's day, or the cold on a crisp, snowy day. The pup-friendly Super 8 Leadville is just minutes from the nearby airport and downtown, and is the pawfect place to snooze with your traveling Fido. Another great pawption is the Alps Motel, located just down the street from the Super 8. Get clean, affordable and pup-friendly rooms for a small extra fee per night, per pup. Call ahead to both locations to reserve a fur-friendly room!

Prospect Mountain

12
Population Density
790 per sq. mi.

Prospect Mountain

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Ready for a pawtacular experience in the Prospect Mountain neighborhood of Leadville? The Leadville Colorado & Southern Railroad company invites all four-legged explorers to come ride with their human owners on one of their furtastic trains (which run from May to the beginning of October). Your pup will have a furrific time taking in the beautiful natural scenery of Colorado while woofing in the fresh air in your open air cabin. Fresh water is provided in the gift shop area of the train. The train conductor just might come around to chat with your pup to make sure he's feeling fine and dandy before roaring up the engine. Buckle up pup, 'cause it's time to ride the train! Woof-woooof! 

Native Lake

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Population Density
639 per sq. mi.

Native Lake

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Fancy some more trail walking with Fido? Head to the Native Lake neighborhood in Leadville to dive nose first into a plethora of pup-friendly walking trails, including the pawpular Native Lake Highline Trail! The Highline trailhead is just 3 short miles from Leadville and extends over 4.6 miles to reach the Native Lake (or over 11 miles for a full-day roundtrip adventure). The trail is mostly dirt walking/hiking paths. Leash up your pup and enjoy the stellar forest and mountain views in the Mt. Massive Wilderness. Beware beginners: This trail is ranked as hard and consists of a moderate-strenuous terrain. Don't forget to bring pawlenty of water and doggie waste bags, as there are none available along the trail.