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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.
My name is Michelle and I always loved dogs. I volunteered at an animal shelter in college and am now the designated dog-sitter for my co-workers. I am here to take your dog for walks or even be your new favorite sitter. Being able to spend time with dogs makes my day better and I would love to hang out with yours!
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Hi there, I'm Alysse! I grew up south of Boston with a Golden Retriever named Jace. I started dog walking and sitting when I was 10 years old. I have experience with all ages, ranging from 6 weeks to 13 years, which were all different sized breeds. I know how important it is to provide regular exercise for your furry companion, especially being a dog mom myself! I would love the opportunity to keep your dog happy and healthy by providing my care! I will also make sure that your Wag experience is a positive one!
I am a recent Tufts University graduate and I will be back Tacoma for the summer. I am incredibly excited about being around more furry creatures during my time here. At home, I have a 9 year old vizsla named Beau who loves long beach walks and outdoor adventures. I can’t wait to walk many more friendly dog in the area.
Hi, I'm Charlie! I am from Minneapolis and grew up with dogs galore. Hoover (St. Bernard), Hazel (yellow lab), and Milo (yellow lab) kept me busy before I came to college out here in Denver. I was responsible for watching these three whenever my parents were not around, and since our neighbors saw us as a dog friendly household, I would occasionally pick up a neighborhood dog or two to watch. I have experience taking care of dogs both small and large. Hoover was a 110 lbs St. Bernard, and we got both Milo and Hazel as 2 month old puppies.Since coming out to Denver, I have missed my three pups at home, so I have dog sat on occasion out here as well.Lastly, I am a big runner so I would be more than happy to take your furry friend on runs with me!
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Hello! My name is Megan and I am a full-time speech therapist. I am currently looking for additional job opportunities over the summer, and I thought that dog walking is a great way to serve people and their pet! I grew up with a Daisy dog (small dog) and have had experience taking care and walking family friends' dogs (medium to large dogs). I look forward to walking your furry friend!
My name is Charlotte and I am 21 years old. I am a senior at TCU in Fort Worth Texas, and I am a Nursing major. I am from Orange County, California and I have always loved dogs and have grown up having a dog in the home since I can remember. Currently, I have a dog back home named Poppy, a three-year-old Australian Shepherd who I take for walks already, so I would love to help other dogs get out and go walking.
Hi, I'm TJ! I grew up here in Aspen where I volunteered with my local animal shelter as a dog walker for over 10 years since I was a little kid. Our family dog was an energetic pitbull/lab/boxer mix. I have always loved the outdoors, fresh air, and exercise, and I'm excited to have your dog enjoy those things with me!
Can run with dogs, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull
Hi there! My name is André and to put it simply- I LOVE dogs! Over the years I’ve had the privilege of enjoying many different types of dogs in my life. From gentle greyhounds to excitable labradors, energetic small terriers to their larger and stronger pit bull relatives, I always enjoy time spent with dogs. I relish studying them and learning from them. In fact, canine psychology has always been a fascination of mine. I will always do my best to understand your animal’s needs so I can provide the best service possible- for the dogs and of course, for you!
I grew up with a golden retriever named Katie who was the most loving dog in the world. She showed me how much we can all learn from dogs. I genuinely care about dogs and making sure they receive the love and attention they deserve. I recently moved to Oakland for a job at a nonprofit, and I miss my dogs back in Texas so much. I have endless experience with dogs from walking, grooming, bathing, feeding, and adoring my own that I grew up with to dog sitting for friends and neighbors on multiple occasions. I always respect an owner's wishes in regards to how they like their dogs to be taken care of while they are away.
Hi! I'm an active journalist in Aspen who loves spending time with dogs, and I can't wait to meet yours! I'm a longtime pet owner and pet lover and have volunteered with the events team of my local Humane Society. I'm looking forward to meeting you and your dog soon!
Can run with dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
There is no better place on earth to explore the Great Outdoors than in Snowmass Village. The landscape is breathtaking, but don't take our word for it. Discover it for yourself as you hike with Fido on the Horse Ranch Park and Trail! Grab your water bottle, doggie waste bags, and your pup's best leash and hit the trail. You will have a tail-waggin' good time hiking this 0.5 mile groomed trail while taking pictures of the snow-capped peaks that surround you in the distance. Leash laws are strictly enforced while on the Horse Ranch Trail.
Round up the kiddoes and doggoes and take paws at the two playgrounds at the Snowmass Village Town Park. Rest your weary paw pads in the park's cute gazebo picnic area, or play a game of volleyball, soccer, or basketball.
Will you make Snowmass Village your next bucket list destination? Pack up the car and explore the natural beauty that is Snowmass Village with a furrific weekend trip!
When in need of a roof over your heads, look no further than the Snowmass Carriage Way neighborhood; after all, Snowmass Village is a resort town! The Snowmass Mountain Chalet is happy to accommodate up to two pups of any size for an extra fee per pup, per night. Pet-friendly rooms are limited however, so make sure to call the canine concierge in advance to reserve a room! If the Mountain Chalet is booked full, wag over to the Westin Snowmass Resort. This unique resort offers ski-in and ski-out direct access to Snowmass Mountain, making it the ultimate place to stay during winter. An extra nightly fee is required upon check-in. Pups are welcome to use the little courtyard to burn off some energy and meet other doggoes!
For a wooftacular outdoor adventure, hike the 18.2 mile Maroon Snowmass Trail in the Snowmass Creek Rd neighborhood. You and your pup are in for a treat when you hike this trail up to the gorgeous alpine lake that sits quietly at the base of Snowmass Mountain. Expect all sorts of wildlife and terrain, ranges in elevation, creeks, wide-open meadows, river crossings and beaver dams, waterfalls, and incredible views of the pine forests. It's possible to complete the trail roundtrip in one full day, but make sure to start early in the morning and bring lots of water. The most pawpular time to go is from June-September, when the weather is pawfect for hiking. Make sure to keep Fido on a leash while hiking the Marron Snowmass Trail.
Visit the pawpular ski town of Aspen to enjoy even more puptastic hikes and pup-friendly trails amidst Colorado's Rocky Mountains. Kickstart your day in the Cemetery Lane neighborhood by hiking the Red Butte Trail. Although only 0.75 miles in length, the Red Butte Trail ranks as difficult, so make sure to watch your step and keep Fido nearby. Enjoy the wooftacular red-hued mountains and views of Aspen as you climb to the top of the trail! You'll no doubt be starving after your strenuous workout, so stop by the Red Mountain Grill restaurant to fill up on the chef's specials inspired by Mexican, French, and Asian cuisine as you enjoy the view from the lovely dog-friendly patio.
Whether it's parks, food, or accommodation you're woofing for, the Aspen Core II neighborhood in Aspen has it all. Get fresh-baked artisan bread, hand butchered meat and specialty cheese over at the Meat & Cheese Restaurant and Farm Shop where eleven doggie-friendly tables await you! Want to dine in style? Now you can in the 1889 Wheeler Opera House where contemporary American cuisine is served with locally-sourced, seasonal ingredients. Only three outdoor tables are pup-friendly, so call ahead to reserve a spot! Check-in at the Molly Gibson Lodge to find exquisitely decorated rooms for the right price. Pups are welcome to sleep with you for a reasonable fee per night. It's pawfectly located across the street from Paepcke Park where you can conveniently walk Fido on leash.
Aspen has even more puptastic places to eat and things to do with Fido in the Aspen Core neighborhood. Don't miss out on Wagner Park, Aspen's most pawpular and heavily frequented slice of green paradise where you can stroll with Fido on leash. Re-energize at one of the eight tables available at the nearby Jour de Fete restaurant for furrific meals in a quaint little French-inspired cafe. Craving bar food? The Ajax Tavern is a casual pup-friendly bar where grub food meets sustainable practices. Taste their fresh produce and sustainably-produced meats at one of the thirty outdoor tables. Finish off the day by sipping down an ice cold brew at Hops Culture while Fido laps up a fresh bowl of water. Their pup-friendly patio and welcoming staff are a treat!
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