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    “I will make sure your fur baby is happy”

    I have been dealing with dogs my whole life. Walking, dog sitting, playing, whatever you may need I can do! Dogs deserve to be treated the way children do, I would love to meet you and your fur baby!

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    Chris B.
    2021-08-24T07:13:16-07:00
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    dawn SCalhoun, GA
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    “I was a dog in a past life!”

    I am self-employed and moving forward I only want to spend my time earning a living from activities that bring joy to my heart or which help other's lead their best lives. I have had dogs my entire life of all sizes and breeds that lived indoors and outdoors. I have pet sat in the past for friends, family, roommates, and strangers. I loved and cared for my own dog, Tiki, for 17 beautiful years. I would love to love on your dog to help give them the best life possible!

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    Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience, Potty training, Puppy training


    Lindsey B.
    2019-12-29T09:21:29-08:00
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    Hi! My first name is Kathy but I go by my middle name, Elisabeth. I’m 34 years old and taking a break from my career while I apply to work on my Ph.D. I. Love. Dogs. My own dog, Tanner, is a golden retriever mix. He LOVES going for walks and I love taking him, when I’m not walking someone else’s dog. I look forward to the opportunity to take your fur baby for a walk and hope he or she will enjoy it as much as Tanner does. Please feel free to contact me with any questions at all!

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    Aisha L.
    2019-05-20T14:40:49-07:00
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    Hi there! My name is Sage and I am a lifelong lover of all animals. Growing up I had cats, dogs, snakes, rabbits, hamsters, turtles, fish, and so many more creatures as pets, so I’m comfortable with most animals. As of right now, I own a young cat and am working on adopting an older dog. I also currently work at a pet boarding/daycare facility, so I’ve gotten special training with dog walking, feeding, and group playtime. I love all dogs, big or small, and I promise I will treat your dog(s) like I would treat my own; with all the love, patience, and respect they deserve. I appreciate you taking the time to check out my profile, and I can’t wait to meet your fur babies!

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    Danielle R.
    2018-04-16T09:03:05-07:00
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    “The Greatest Dog Walker 💕”

    Hi my name is Tamara. I used to work at an animal hospital & a dog daycare facility, so I have plenty of experience with dogs of all ages/breeds. I have always loved dogs, so your best friend will be in great hands. Just know your pet(s) will be pooped out after our visits 😊

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    Dog first aid and/or CPR, Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care


    Candace L.
    2019-03-05T03:32:29-08:00
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    I have a child and dog, I’ve had multiple dogs, I’ve loved animals my whole life, I’ll take care of your babies like I would my own! Anything you’d like to know or ask please message me

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    Abbie C.
    2019-05-14T18:22:51-07:00
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    “I will make sure your fur baby is happy”

    I have been dealing with dogs my whole life. Walking, dog sitting, playing, whatever you may need I can do! Dogs deserve to be treated the way children do, I would love to meet you and your fur baby!

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    Chris B.
    2021-08-24T07:13:16-07:00
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    dawn SCalhoun, GA
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    “I was a dog in a past life!”

    I am self-employed and moving forward I only want to spend my time earning a living from activities that bring joy to my heart or which help other's lead their best lives. I have had dogs my entire life of all sizes and breeds that lived indoors and outdoors. I have pet sat in the past for friends, family, roommates, and strangers. I loved and cared for my own dog, Tiki, for 17 beautiful years. I would love to love on your dog to help give them the best life possible!

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    Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience, Potty training, Puppy training


    Lindsey B.
    2019-12-29T09:21:29-08:00
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    Sage was awesome! Our dogs haven t been on a walk together in a while because of Rupert s hip problems. I know they were excited and probably difficult to walk together today. But they came home happy and tried! Thank you sage!!!!

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      Sage was awesome! Our dogs haven t been on a walk together in a while because of Rupert s hip problems. I know they were excited and probably difficult to walk together today. But they came home happy and tried! Thank you sage!!!!

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    Best Dog Friendly Neighborhoods in Calhoun

    New Town

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,072 per sq. mi.

    New Town

    4848

    The New Echota State Historic Site lies on the northern edge of the New Town neighborhood of Calhoun, 4 miles from downtown, and allows leashed pets on trails and in outdoor areas (but not inside buildings, please). This landmark was the capital of the Cherokee Nation before serving as the launching point of the tragic Trail of Tears. During its early-19th century peak, the town produced the first Cherokee-language newspaper and served as the center of tribal government. You and your buddy can stroll among the 12 historic buildings on the site and venture into the surrounding forest on the park’s nature trails. Remember the waste bags: Given the historical and cultural importance of the site, it’s especially important to clean up any messes.

    Johns Mountain Wildlife Management Area

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    103 per sq. mi.

    Johns Mountain Wildlife Management Area

    3636

    The Johns Mountain Wildlife Management Area sprawls for 25,000 wilderness acres just west Calhoun. Since the preserve is as popular with hunters as it is with hikers, use caution during hunting season and add bright orange to both your outfit and your buddy's. With danger comes reward: Johns Mountain provides some of the best views available of Georgia’s Valley and Ridge geographic region. For a challenging hike, park at the upper Johns Mountain lot and hike the steep 3.6 mile Johns Mountain Loop Trail. Or, summit via the 1.8-mile loop Keown Falls Trail, which also features overlooks of the seasonal waterfall. Shorter and easier trails dot the WMA, so check out the interactive map on the GA Department of Natural Resources website. When hiking in such remote country, always bring water, a strong leash, and emergency supplies to keep you and your buddy safe. 

    Ranger

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    104 per sq. mi.

    Ranger

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    At 364 forested acres, Salacoa Creek Park is a dog-friendly destination only 13 miles from Calhoun, just northeast of the tiny town of Ranger, GA. The park’s lakeside campground welcomes pets, and the 1.5-mile nature trail is free to use for on-leash fun. Though pups may not be welcome at the human beach area, they can still get their splash on in the 126-acre lake. Additional hiking is available around Carter’s Lake to the northeast of Ranger. The Talking Rock Nature Trail is a 2.1-mile moderate journey with outstanding views of the lake and woods, just hard enough to really wear your puppies out. Note that the trailhead gate is locked at 5 pm, so plan your return accordingly. 

    Mount Berry (Mt Berry)

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    189 per sq. mi.

    Mount Berry (Mt Berry)

    1212

    Berry College is small in population — about 2,200 students — but its 27,000-acre campus is the largest unified college campus in the world. Though a portion is devoted to a working farm run by students, much of it is mountain wilderness waiting to be explored on a 40-mile trail network open to the public, including leashed pups. Snag a trail map at the Berry College website and plan your journey through this scenic but rugged landscape. Several trails connect Main Campus to the Mountain Campus: the 3.24-mile Old High School Road is the most direct, while the longer O'Bryan Gap Trail and Old Redmond Gap Trail lead to far-flung corners of this nature preserve. The outermost trails that extend from Mountain Campus have names that capture how challenging they are: The Snow Loop, Mountain Goat Trail, and Hurtin' Gator Trail await. Bring water and willpower.

    Village at Waterside

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    Population DensityPopulation Density
    680 per sq. mi.

    Village at Waterside

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    At nearly 2,000 acres, Red Top Mountain State Park gives your fur family room to roam along the banks of Lake Allatoona. Boat rentals are available at nearby marinas if your dog-paddlers want to see how the park looks from the 12,000-acre lake. While pups aren't permitted on the human beach (we know, we're sad too), there's plenty of accessible shoreline where they can do some splashing and even some dock diving. While at Red Top, join the Tails on Trails Club. Pick up a membership book at the Visitor's Center and get it stamped whenever you and your furry partner hike one of the GA State Park System's 7 highlighted trails, starting with the 1-mile White Trail at Red Top. When you get all 7 stamps, you'll receive a matching t-shirt and bandanna to show off your furrific teamwork. Three other club trails at Don Carter, Sweetwater Creek, and Fort Mountain State Parks are also easy half-day journeys from Calhoun.

    New Town

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,072 per sq. mi.

    New Town

    4848

    The New Echota State Historic Site lies on the northern edge of the New Town neighborhood of Calhoun, 4 miles from downtown, and allows leashed pets on trails and in outdoor areas (but not inside buildings, please). This landmark was the capital of the Cherokee Nation before serving as the launching point of the tragic Trail of Tears. During its early-19th century peak, the town produced the first Cherokee-language newspaper and served as the center of tribal government. You and your buddy can stroll among the 12 historic buildings on the site and venture into the surrounding forest on the park’s nature trails. Remember the waste bags: Given the historical and cultural importance of the site, it’s especially important to clean up any messes.

    Johns Mountain Wildlife Management Area

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    103 per sq. mi.

    Johns Mountain Wildlife Management Area

    3636

    The Johns Mountain Wildlife Management Area sprawls for 25,000 wilderness acres just west Calhoun. Since the preserve is as popular with hunters as it is with hikers, use caution during hunting season and add bright orange to both your outfit and your buddy's. With danger comes reward: Johns Mountain provides some of the best views available of Georgia’s Valley and Ridge geographic region. For a challenging hike, park at the upper Johns Mountain lot and hike the steep 3.6 mile Johns Mountain Loop Trail. Or, summit via the 1.8-mile loop Keown Falls Trail, which also features overlooks of the seasonal waterfall. Shorter and easier trails dot the WMA, so check out the interactive map on the GA Department of Natural Resources website. When hiking in such remote country, always bring water, a strong leash, and emergency supplies to keep you and your buddy safe. 

    Ranger

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    104 per sq. mi.

    Ranger

    2424

    At 364 forested acres, Salacoa Creek Park is a dog-friendly destination only 13 miles from Calhoun, just northeast of the tiny town of Ranger, GA. The park’s lakeside campground welcomes pets, and the 1.5-mile nature trail is free to use for on-leash fun. Though pups may not be welcome at the human beach area, they can still get their splash on in the 126-acre lake. Additional hiking is available around Carter’s Lake to the northeast of Ranger. The Talking Rock Nature Trail is a 2.1-mile moderate journey with outstanding views of the lake and woods, just hard enough to really wear your puppies out. Note that the trailhead gate is locked at 5 pm, so plan your return accordingly. 

    Mount Berry (Mt Berry)

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    189 per sq. mi.

    Mount Berry (Mt Berry)

    1212

    Berry College is small in population — about 2,200 students — but its 27,000-acre campus is the largest unified college campus in the world. Though a portion is devoted to a working farm run by students, much of it is mountain wilderness waiting to be explored on a 40-mile trail network open to the public, including leashed pups. Snag a trail map at the Berry College website and plan your journey through this scenic but rugged landscape. Several trails connect Main Campus to the Mountain Campus: the 3.24-mile Old High School Road is the most direct, while the longer O'Bryan Gap Trail and Old Redmond Gap Trail lead to far-flung corners of this nature preserve. The outermost trails that extend from Mountain Campus have names that capture how challenging they are: The Snow Loop, Mountain Goat Trail, and Hurtin' Gator Trail await. Bring water and willpower.

    Village at Waterside

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    Population DensityPopulation Density
    680 per sq. mi.

    Village at Waterside

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    At nearly 2,000 acres, Red Top Mountain State Park gives your fur family room to roam along the banks of Lake Allatoona. Boat rentals are available at nearby marinas if your dog-paddlers want to see how the park looks from the 12,000-acre lake. While pups aren't permitted on the human beach (we know, we're sad too), there's plenty of accessible shoreline where they can do some splashing and even some dock diving. While at Red Top, join the Tails on Trails Club. Pick up a membership book at the Visitor's Center and get it stamped whenever you and your furry partner hike one of the GA State Park System's 7 highlighted trails, starting with the 1-mile White Trail at Red Top. When you get all 7 stamps, you'll receive a matching t-shirt and bandanna to show off your furrific teamwork. Three other club trails at Don Carter, Sweetwater Creek, and Fort Mountain State Parks are also easy half-day journeys from Calhoun.

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