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Hi! My name is Hailey and I'm a junior marketing student. I currently work at a dog daycare and babysit. I love to spend time with sweet dogs and have handled most types of situations. I look forward to meeting your fur baby!!
Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care
Hi! I’m Lauren, I’m 19 and my first job was dog sitting. I watched the dogs all around my neighborhood for years until I was old enough to start applying for different jobs. I have 4 dogs of my own, and have helped train most of them. I am interested in becoming a marine biologist, and eventually want to volunteer with an animal rescue. I love all animals, and I can’t wait to meet your fury friend. I look forward to working with you!
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Hello! My name is Emma and I’m currently a student working on a degree in radiology. I love dogs and being outside. I believe that dogs are too good for us and I would be honored to get to walk YOUR fur baby! I have ten years of customer service experience, I can think on my feet, and my client satisfaction is my top priority. I have my own car and, while I do like repeat clients so I can build a relationship with your pet, I’m happy to take last minute appointments whenever possible!
Almost 5,000 people live in the city of Adairsville in Bartow County, Georgia. This charming city is full of history as well as modern amenities, and it's a peaceful and inviting place to call home. Throughout the year, Adairsville hosts several events and celebrations, and they're popular with visitors and locals alike. Whether you're walking the tree-lined streets of local neighborhoods, antiquing, trying out a new restaurant, or enjoying another recreational activity in Adairsville, there's always something to do! The enviable Georgia climate means it's almost always a good time to be outside with your dog, and luckily, there is no shortage of dog-friendly activities in and around Adairsville.
The southeastern corner of Adairsville is where you'll find Barnsley Resort, a 3,000-acre retreat that has golfing, horseback riding, hiking, and other opportunities in addition to its cozy accommodations. There are also several dining options, and you won't want to miss out on the Rice House at Barnsley Resort. The Rice House serves authentic Southern cuisine, and their porch is dog-friendly. You don't need to be a guest at Barnsley Resort to dine at the Rice House, so be sure to check it out if you're in the area with your pooch. Once your appetite is satisfied, you and your dog can head to a nearby off-leash park for some exercise!
Marietta is a city just north of Atlanta, and the northern-central part of town is a little more than a half an hour from Adairsville. This area is where you'll find Lewis Dog Park! Visitors love that this off-leash park has big and small dog sections, and while there aren't any trees in the park, there are covered seating areas for pet parents. There's also a water fountain and doggy waste disposal supplies. The rest of Lewis Park is a 6.9-acre park with sports fields, a paved walking path, playgrounds, and other activities you can enjoy with your dog as long as they remain on a leash.
Kennesaw is a city northwest of Atlanta, and it's known for its many trails, parks, forests, beaches, and other recreational activities. The western edge of town is a little more than half an hour from Adairsville, and this is where you'll find Frank Boone Dog Park inside of Swift-Cantrell Park. This 1.4-acre off-leash park has a six-foot fence surrounding it, and there are different sections for big and small dogs. Other park amenities include drinking water for dogs, waste disposal supplies, and even a dog wash station! The park is open daily from 7 AM to 10 PM, and it's free to use, but your dog must be licensed and vaccinated.
When you and your pup make a half-hour drive south of Adairsville, you'll arrive in southern Acworth, Georgia and that's also where you'll find the Pitner Road Dog Park. This exceptional off-leash park has a two-acre space for large dogs, as well as a one-acre enclosure just for the little guys. Each section has lots of open space, as well as wooded areas to explore with your pet. There are also seating areas for pet parents, dog water fountains, and waste disposal supplies. Other areas of Pitner Road Park have picnic pavilions, trails, and multi-use fields, and you can check out these other spots with your dog when they're on a leash.
There's another dog park in Marietta you'll want to visit with your pooch, and this one is a 45-minute drive from Adairsville in the city's northeastern quadrant. The Sweat Mountain Dog Park is known for being frequented by friendly and welcoming visitors, and it's an incredibly large off-leash space. Within that space, there are sections for dogs of different sizes, and most of the ground is covered in wood chips which makes it easier to clean up after your dog. There are also water hoses and bowls for dogs to drink from, as well as waste disposal supplies, tennis balls, and picnic tables.
It will take you and your dog less than 45 minutes to drive to the Canton Paw Park in central Canton, Georgia. Canton is a city known for its vibrant neighborhoods and excellent quality of life, and the Canton Paw Park is an extension of that. This off-leash park has areas for big and small dogs, and park-goers love how quiet and clean this well-maintained park is. Visitors have left behind a stash of waste disposal bags, but make sure you bring your own drinking water and bowl for Fido. There's also a trail surrounding the dog park, and you can walk your dog along it when they're on their leash.
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