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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.
“Doggies in Demand”
Hi! I’m Chanell, the best dog sitter in the lower Atlanta area! I grew up with a Pitbull, Miniature Pinscher and a house full of cats. I love early morning and late night walks.
Top Pet Caregiver
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
“I love struttin with your mutt all over.”
My name is Lauryn. I am from Texas and have been living in Georgia for a few months. I am between jobs so I am looking to fill some of my time with extra love. I have two precious babies of my own. They are high energy so I am confident I can handle most types of dogs. I am super enthusiastic about aiding you in your dog care!
High energy dogs, Fast walker
“Your friendly neighborhood Dog Whisperer”
My name is Raven. I have a 3 year old lab named Marvel and a 7 month old American Tamaskan puppy named Logan. I have 12 years of experience working in doggie daycares and doing volunteer work at various shelters and hospitals. I love pups of all shapes and sizes and treat each one like they are my own!
Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience
I love dogs and have always had a dog as a pet. The best part of my day is taking my own dog for a walk and enjoying the outdoors with him. We also love going to dog parks and hanging out with other dogs and meeting their owners. It's great coming home and having my dog there to greet me when I walk in because I'm just as happy to see him. My hope is to do the same for your dogs as they are our family and deserve to be showered with lots of love.
Hello, I'm Victoria! Let me start by saying that I, of course, love dogs! I've been volunteering with a canine rescue group for 8 years. I go to adoption events every weekend and help with walking, cleaning messes, and helping all the dogs find their forever homes. I work in a dog grooming salon as well. My life pretty much revolves around animals. I have a special place in my heart for special needs/shy or timid dogs. Working in rescue we get a lot of those. If you have a high maintenance baby I will certainly understand and be very patient. I also have plenty of experience with the more hyper dogs. I'm used to dogs pulling and tugging relentlessly on the leash, especially when a squirrel is in sight! Hopefully I can get to know your unique furry family member and tend to their (and your) specific needs. Thank you for reading!
“Happy Pets, Happy Parents!”
Hello there! I am a pet parent myself to two large dogs. Spending time with them is the best part of my day. I would love the opportunity to share that happiness with your fur babies too!
Can run with dogs, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience
Hello! My name is Michele and I enjoy physical activity, playing with dogs, and making people smile. I would love to be of service and lend a helping hand while you handle your matters.
“I’m not superstitious, but I am a little stitious.”
I love animals! A few years ago, I ran my own at home dog boarding and sitting business. I have also fostered several dogs, and I have my own two little Yorkies!
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
Griffin, in Spalding County, is part of the Atlanta metropolitan area. It was founded in 1840 and named after landowner Col. Lewis Lawrence Griffin. Covering just 14.5 square miles, Griffin is a small place with a lot to offer. There are four veterinarians in town for peace of mind when travelling to this part of the country. Unfortunately, many of the local parks do not allow pets, but there is still plenty to do in town and in its surrounding areas.
There are many pet-friendly places to grab a sweet bite to eat here. Brusters Real Ice Cream is a favourite with local dog lovers – these guys give special pooch-approved sundaes to any furry visitor! There is an array of delicious shakes, cakes, ice-creams and drinks for you to enjoy too. There are two Dairy Queen’s in Griffin as well, where you can take a seat at an outside table with your pup and enjoy a tasty lunch.
Looking for somewhere to stay with your pet? If you have a wee pup in tow, head to Econolodge Griffin or Super 8 Griffin. For those travelling with bigger dogs, check out Days Inn Griffin, to the south of the town.
Get out and explore Griffin - you and your dog will have a great time!
City Park is the central attraction of Griffin, with over 200 acres of green space for whole-family fun. Your pup will love visiting here with you, with ball fields, a lake and plenty of shady trees to rest under. There are several roads and paved walking trails through here, making for a great place for some fresh air and exercise. Pack yourself some lunch and water for you both, and take some time exploring this lovely outdoor space. As this is a public park, you will need to keep your dog on the lead and bring your clean up bags.
This is the place to go in Griffin for some great pup-friendly food options. Safehouse Coffee Roasters has four outdoor tables that welcome furry friends. Relax and enjoy a hot cuppa at this modern coffeehouse, and maybe even a sample of their fresh pastries. Banks Café is another great place to perch outside with pup for a drink and nice meal. If you are after something a little more rustic, head to nearby Slices Pizza. While you are in the town centre, take some time to explore the area and do a little window shopping with your buddy.
Northwest of Griffin is the town of Peachtree City, where you will find the Peachtree City Dog Park. Here, your pup has the chance to run off-leash and socialise with other furry friends in one of the three separate fenced areas. There is ample seating and shade available for you to relax wile Fido runs off some energy, and clean up bags are provided on-site. There is also water available and a paved path with close parking for easy accessibility. This is a fantastic place to visit, and well worth making the little trip from Griffin. Your dog will thank you for it!
Directly north of Griffin is Hampton, where your pooch is sure to have a pawsome time at the North Mt. Carmel Bark Park. The large area has two separate fenced areas for your pup to play, with agility equipment for him to work on his skills and enjoy being off-lead while you take five on one of the benches or under the trees. There are doggie drinking fountains and clean up bags available, so all you need to remember is a water bottle for you and some snacks! After pup’s play, take a walk around one of the adjacent nature trails together for a bit of on-lead bonding time.
McDonough, a little drive north of Griffin, has another fantastic dog park well worth visiting. The dog park at Alexander Park has two fenced areas, one for the little pups and one for the bigger guys and gals. There is agility equipment provided and plenty of space, so your furry buddy is guaranteed to tucker himself out running, jumping and meeting new friends. There is water available and a wash station to rinse your pooch off before moving on. Alexander Park also has a paved walking path where you can take you pup for a walk on-lead. This is a beautiful area, with plenty of trees and a creek running through the park.
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