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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.
Hi there! My name is Amy and I've been a professional dog walker for 20 years! I have also been an animal control officer and operated the only animal ambulance in the entire state of Georgia! I have handled dogs for professional training videos and have also been helping the homeless pet population in Atlanta through my community outreach efforts.
Dog first aid and/or CPR, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, Training experience, Fast walker
“Excited to care for your fur baby!”
Hello everyone! My name is Taylor. I absolutely love animals. I grew up riding horses, raising chickens, and playing with the dogs. I have a rescue puppy of my own, and it has been such a joy watching him grow up. I look forward to meeting you and your pup!
Training Exam Complete
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
I'm Karen and I have had dogs as pets throughout my life. One of my favorite activities is dog walking, both my own dog and the dogs of my friends. There is something very satisfying to see a dog's tail wagging with enjoyment as they get ready for their walk and then continue wagging their tail as they complete their walk!
Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
“Dedicated,vigilant walker with attention to detail”
Hi! My name is Luis and I just love dogs! They always bring a big smile to my face. I've been a walker for 2 years. I grew up with a cocker spaniel named Lulu and we always had other pets like fish, birds, rabbits, etc, so I know how important it is to care of our animal family members to keep them happy and healthy. I grew up in Atlanta, so I am very familiar with different neighborhoods in town and best routes to take. I love the outdoors, and can't wait to spend some time with your cute pup!
Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
Hello there I am an an avid animal lover. I grew up with just about every animal imaginable. My best buddy was a Shar pei named Cocita that I lost this past year. Looking forward to getting back out with other dogs. I’m excited to meet & walk your furry friend!
Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
“I have deep love and compassion for all animals.”
Hello! My name is Janet and I am a huge dog lover! I simply cannot get enough of them! I have rescued many dogs and have even had success finding their rightful owners. I am comfortable with dogs of all sizes and am very patient with dogs that show anxiety when meeting me. I sit for dogs while their owners are away and enjoy bonding with them. I will love your precious pooch as if he/she were my own.
Dog first aid and/or CPR, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
“A walked dog is a happy dog”
I have been around dogs my entire life. When I was a kid my dad and I worked with Heart of Texas Lab rescue. Once I got a bit older I started to care and walk my neighbors dogs. At home I have my wonderful fur baby and I couldn’t love her more!
Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
I have had the pleasure of having many dogs throughout my life and I've loved each and every one of them. I enjoyed being a vet tech for several years and I pet sit fequantly. I believe dogs are part of the family and I treat them with the attention and care they deserve.
“A good friend and a caring helper to your baby!”
Hi! My name is Vee Vee. I am from NYC. I’m walking doggies for over 6 years. It’s been always a meaningful to me way to provide for myself as I connect with animals way better than I find any connection with people. I understand animals better and I think they understand me better too:)
Can run with dogs, Senior dog care, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
I have always loved animals as a child and would often bring stray dogs home and care for them; as I was an outcast kid/teen with little to no friends. Ever since I can remember I have always had some type of animal. From dogs, birds, crawfish, hamsters, rabbits, geico, and a few turtles.I even worked at the local zoo at the camel ride, placing kids on the saddle and would often pet the camels head. My recent experience with 2 displaced cats (Bob) a Tabby and (Cali) a Calico is what changed my entire life and connection with animals.About 2 Years ago, I were continuously bleeding and had gotten to a point where I’d unknowingly loss 2/3 of my blood. A few nights in a row Bob would be caught curled up in a fetal position on my abdominal purring so hard he were vibrating. After the second time of Bob displaying this behavior, I decided to go to the hospital and was taken into emergency surgery and blood transfusion.I remembered that cats (Spinx) were considered healing creatures back in the Egyptian days and I just felt like Bob was trying to heal/help me.Fast forward, the doctors told me had I not come when I did, there’d be nothing they could’ve done for me.My respect and appreciation for animals and their innate instincts and abilities is forever at an all time high! I currently own a Beta fish but living in the Buckhead area provides me the opportunity in meeting dogs on a daily basis.
The town of College Park in Georgia is a suburb of Atlanta, a pup friendly city of its own. It's no wonder that its suburbs are just as dog-friendly! College Park boasts 2 animal hospitals and lots of dog-centered events throughout the year, showing that even though its a small town, it keeps its pups close to its heart.
The area is best known by dog lovers for its official dog park, the Canine Crossing. This park is over 5 acres of open fields, with vibrant grass, concrete tunnels, fire hydrants, and water fountains for dogs throughout the enclosed areas. Dogs under 25 pounds have a separate space. All pups have access to two covered pavilions, a walking area, covered swings, benches, and restrooms. This doggy haven is one of the most popular in the area, so be prepared for it to get busy on the weekends!
As a contrast to the large open area, the Brenningham Park provides a forested space that's dog-friendly to leashed pups, with natural dirt trails covered in shades, recreational fields, water fountains, and an open play area. The cool space is perfect for a hot afternoon for Fido, but don't forget to bring some cleanup bags!
Spots for socialization, open paths, and dog-friendly areas are all available in the dog-loving town of College Park!
The Central College Park neighborhood is home to the town's shopping district. The area gets pretty busy, but still provides residents with the Richard D. Zupp Park. The park is 5 acres, with a perimeter trail, winding paved paths throughout the park, baseball diamonds, and three picnic pavilions. Dogs are welcome while on a leash, and have access to water fountains and clean-up bags. Egan Park is a small park in a residential area with a forested path made from dirt and gravel. This small park is rural, and although it does not require dogs to be on a leash, you will have to remember to bring water and clean-up bags.
The neighborhood of old Historic College Park has some of the oldest lands in the city, with historic buildings and old farmland that have been turned into public parks like Barrett Park. The 7-acre park is well-maintained, with a large open space surrounded by trees. Shaded benches, paved walkways, enclosed and light tennis courts, and picnic pavilions are ofund throughout. Your pup must remain on a leash while at the park, but can enjoy features like water fountains, trash bins, benches, and clean-up stations. The neighborhood also hosts a dog-friendly restaurant known as Lunch on Main Street, which serves home cooked meals and provides dog-friendly outdoor seating.
Camp Creek Parkway is a neighborhood on the southeast side of town filled with forests and peaceful residential areas. The Brannon Memorial Park resides here and is a sweet spot for dog walkers looking for a good place to go. The park is surrounded by thick forests for privacy and provides ample room to run around and play for Fido, with access to paved trails, water fountains, and clean-up stations. The Charles Phillips Park is right down the road, and offers a small but more developed park, with a paved trail system and enclosed tennis courts that are opened to leashed pups. Dogs are welcome on the tennis courts or to enjoy a short stroll along the trails.
The Jolly Road and Old National Highway neighborhood at the southern peak of the town is a mixture of natural terrain and busy streets. Dog walkers can enjoy the amenities of Burdette Park, which include a playground, covered pavilion, open play areas, forested nature trails, ample parking, and a dog-friendly atmosphere for leashed pups. The large space is excellent for a walk or place to run and exercise, with additional features like water fountains and a clean-up station. The Old National Park is a great open space area in the neighborhood, which provides lighted recreational fields and a couple acres of open land for humans and dogs. Paved paths connect the parking lot and fields with concessions stands, water fountains, a picnic shelter, and benches.
Conley Hills is a neighborhood in the small town of East Point, just a mile north of College Park. This hilly neighborhood has a popular spot for residents and visitors called Sumner Park. The all-around-good park has something for everyone, including open space for kids and dogs to play in, paved walking ways, recreational ballfields, shady seating, and fishing opportunities in the South Utoy Creek. Dogs can play in the enclosed baseball fields as long as no teams are playing, or take an enjoyable walk along the trails while they remain on a leash. Additional features for pups include water fountains, trash bins, and benches for humans.
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