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What is Wag!?
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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I have been with Wag for over a year and still enjoy what I do. I have over 30 years experience being a pet parent, veterinary assistant and pet sitter. As a youth, I competed in 4-H canine obedience and showmanship. I made it all the way to the State competition. My current passion is fostering puppies for a local rescue. I have fostered over 150 puppies. Thank you for the opportunity to care for your dog.
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Dog first aid and/or CPR, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
“9/10 dogs think my jokes are hilarious.”
Hey there! My name is Adam. I am a 32 year-old cancer warrior, teacher, author, and dog-lover-extraordinaire. I've raised dogs most of my life and they've all turned out fairly well. Most are off to college now and I'm missing them dearly. Thus, I am here looking for new canine-friends. I am an avid cyclist, runner and thoroughly love long walks/talks with pups. Hopefully your pup and I can bond over politics and 30-60 minute jaunt!
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Dog Walking in Timnath
Community parks are ready to serve the pawpulation. Opened in 2016, Timnath City Park is southeast of downtown in a growing residential district. The 10-acre park is good for an on-leash stretch, and plans are in the works to add an off-leash dog run in Phase 2 of the park’s development. The more natural Wild Wing Park on the north end of Timnath gives your pups wide-open fields near the scenic reservoir, plus disc golf if you need a challenge.
The Timnath Reservoir itself is designated public open space, and only Timnath residents can receive a free "Shore Pass" for fishing, swimming, and hiking along the water and a fee-based "Surface Pass" for boating. Fortunately, your pups are residents, too: they're welcome to join you (on-leash) for some paddling.
While Timnath will soon attract canine comforts like grooming, pet supply stores, and veterinarians, for now, your fur-babies will rely on the nearby suburbs. There are plenty of good options within a 15-minute drive. With 24-hour emergency vet care and 76 dog-friendly restaurant patios — plus a dog-friendly tap room at New Belgium Brewing Company — Fort Collins has everything you'll need.
Best Dog Neighborhoods in Timnath
The downtown commercial district of Timnath is a blend of old and new, with older structures dating to Timnath’s 19th century farm-town history mixed with tasteful new businesses. Sidewalks begin at Timnath Elementary School on the north end of town and continue south to Harmony Road. Head a block west on Harmony and a few yards north on Weitzel to reach Gateway Park. Also called Weitzel Park, Gateway is an open green space tucked behind Main Street with room for a quick frolic or game of fetch. It’s also your best access point to the extensive paved running trail between the pond and the Cache la Poudre River, a smooth and scenic way to boost your fur family's fitness.
Just west of Downtown Timnath across I-25, the Arapaho Bend Natural Area is a peaceful preserve for flora and fauna, including 80 species of birds for your buddy to bark about. Though you'll share the space with fishermen and equestrians, Arapaho Bend welcomes on-leash dogs throughout its lakeside paths and picnic spots. There are four miles of hiking trails that lead you and your buddy around ponds and the Rigden Reservoir to the ruins of the Strauss Cabin, one of the oldest log cabin settlements in the area. Arapaho Bend is one of 33 designated city natural areas in the Fort Collins metro area that welcome on-leash pups. Get a full map and guide to the Fort Collins Nature Areas on the city’s website.
Between Timnath and its northern neighbor Arrowhead is a string of Fort Mill public nature preserves, several of which are directly adjacent to one another. Closest to home — and offering 2 miles of dog-friendly hiking trails — the well-named Running Deer is a place for Spot to spot both the white-tail and mule varieties. One of Running Deer’s trails leads into nearby Cottonwood Hollow Natural Area, featuring 39 ponds for your pup’s splashing pleasure. Directly next door, the Prospect Ponds Natural Area features the Poudre River Trail along its western edge. Closer to Arrowhead, you’ll find three miles of trails at Riverbend Ponds and a mile at Kingfisher that wind among the waterways in these pawpular bird-watching spots.
The Observatory Village subdivision, 3 miles south of Timnath, is next to one of Fort Collins' best doggy hotspots: the off-leash dog park at Twin Silo Park. Twin Silo is one of four free public dog parks in the metro area, and the closest to Timnath. Though just an acre, it features two fenced areas and a watering station. The park also has on-leash trails through a garden, orchard, and playgrounds. When you're ready for a change of scenery, venture east into the affluent streets of Observatory Village. Good sidewalks make it safe to walk, and community squares dot the neighborhood: the largest is lovely Observatory Village Park, a popular wedding venue.
At almost 100 acres, Fossil Creek Park on Lemay Avenue in Fort Collins is 7 miles from Timnath. There's plenty of fun for your pups to sniff out, including walking paths that lead around a small lake where you buddy might spot herons or pelicans, and to the top of a small hill for furrific views. The public off-leash dog park is the main attraction; while water and waste bags are available, the bags often run out on busy weekends. Since the park is nestled between subdivisions, it's easy to extend your walk on foot among the affluent homes and manicured lawns. For a more challenging hike, though, catch the Power Trail on the eastern side of Southridge Greens subdivision.