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Track your walk with our live GPS tracker, then view your detailed report card after the walk.
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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Hi, my name is Mary Ellen. I have loved dogs for as long as I can remember and have always had dogs in my family. Dogs are not only a persons best friend but they are also family, and I love them as such. I will treat your dogs as I treat my own, with love and respect and will cater to their specific needs as each dog is different.
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Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Potty training
“Four legged friends are the best!”
*Woof!* I'm Joshua and I just said 'Hello!' in dog speak. I've been told I'm a good human and often get wet nose kisses in recognition of a job well done. Dogs are simply amazing and I absolutely love them. I appreciate dogs of all sizes and breeds, but big playful pups are my favorite. When caring for your dog, you can rest assured that your fur baby is in the good hands of a trustworthy human who is as loving to your four-legged friend as you are. Your pup is always priority #1!
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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Training experience
Dog Walking in East Windsor
East Windsor is nestled in Hartford County on the banks of the Connecticut River. Although the area was first settled in 1638, East Windsor wasn’t formed until the mid-18thcentury. Due to its waterfront location, it was a main transfer station for goods, as well as a home to many textile mills. Now, it’s a well preserved small town with a tight knit community. Although East Windsor doesn’t have its own veterinary clinic, canine care is just 10 minutes away in South Windsor.
If you and your furry traveling companion need a place to stay, make a reservation at Baymont Inn and Suites. For just a small fee, your pal can sleep soundly in one of the cozy rooms. Be sure to take advantage of the complimentary breakfast; you’ll need energy to keep up with your canine companion. Dogs are also welcome at Rodeway Inn and Suites. Only minutes from Bradley Airport, this puptastic hotel is doggone convenient if you arriving by plane.
Treat your pup to a walk in East Windsor Park. Ball fields, sport courts, and a swimming area draw out the two legged locals. Your pooch will love meandering through the open lawn areas and walking alongside the ponds. No wonder pups love hanging out in East Windsor!
Best Dog Neighborhoods in East Windsor
When the local dogs want to let loose, they head over to the East Windsor Dog Park. Located in East Windsor Park, this spacious off leash area is perfect for romping and running. Your pooch will have plenty of room to dart and dash around with new four legged friends. Since a small dog area is available, petite pooches can enjoy the park at their own pace. While your pal is busy tuckering herself out, take a seat on one of the benches. When she’s through playing, clip on her leash and take a lap around the main park for a cool down.
Broad Brook Rd/ Abbe Rd
Broad Brook Rd/ Abbe Rd
If your pooch is bursting with energy, then it’s time for a trip to Enfield Dog Park. This pawsome park is located in Enfield, a quick 10 minute drive from East Windsor. Your furry BFF will have plenty of room to run and plenty of pups to meet and greet. A variety of agility equipment adds to the fun. Benches, clean up bags, and water are also provided. Large and small dogs have separate areas and a trail around the park is available for time outs and cool downs. This park has such a strong sense of community, it even has its own doggy mayor!
Nevers Road East
Nevers Road East
Let your pooch run free at Nevers Park Bark Park. Located inside the beautiful Nevers Park in South Windsor, this park pawsome fenced in area is a great spot for getting the wiggles out. You pooch will love checking out the faux fire hydrant, tunnel, and scattered logs. She can chase new playmates or trot around on her own. Separate areas for large and small dogs keep the playing field even. Water is available, so make sure your pup takes a drink break every once in a while. If your pal is shy and would rather go for a leashed walk, Nevers Park has over two miles of trails.
If your pup is in the mood for a mellow walk in nature, clip on his leash and pay a visit to Wapping Park. Nestled in the neighboring town of South Windsor, this park is made up of trails that weave through grassy meadows, hardwood forests, and shallow marshes. Small offshoot streams from the Podunk River add to the park’s beauty. Your pooch will get some much needed exercise as he follows the trails over bridges, boardwalks, and dirt trails. There are plenty of places to stop, relax, and just enjoy having your pup by your side. Sounds woofin’ amazing!
Wickham Park is less than a half hour from East Windsor. Located in Manchester, this park is well worth the trip. Leashed dogs are welcome to enjoy this privately owned park that features an aviary, wide open fields, sport courts, golf course, and much more. If your furry BFF has a green paw, be sure to tour the various gardens. Choose from the English Garden, Scottish Garden, Oriental Garden, or Italian Garden. Don’t forget to let her stop and smell the flowers. A system of trails also leads through groves of hemlock, beech, and hickory trees. This park will definitely make your pup’s tail wag!