Hi my name is Alexia. I am 30 years old, from Powder Springs, Georgia, and just retired from playing professional basketball overseas. I have a dog named Scrappy which is half American bull dog and half pit. I've had him for about 5 years now. He was a puppy when my parents found him with his paw in our dining room window one night. After that he became apart of our family. Since then, my sister got a dog that year and anotheer pit this year. I watch her dogs as well. I train everyday still, because fitness is important to me. I love the company of dogs, and would love to help keep them fit and healthy as well. I'm sure that your dogs WAG experience with me will be awesome! I'm available to travel if needed be.
Powder Springs is a city in southwestern Cobb County, Georgia with a population of nearly 15,000 people. Powder Springs was once known as Gunpowder Springs, as it got its name from the seven springs within the city limits. Some of the minerals in these springs that turned the surrounding sand black. Today, Powder Springs is a residential town with strong community and family ties and several events and experiences that go along with that. Powder Springs is also an excellent place to live with your dog, thanks to the warm weather and abundance of parks to explore.
One of these great outdoor spots in Powder Springs is the Wild Horse Trail. This 1.5-mile trail has a paved, concrete surface that's ideal for dog walking, jogging, rollerblading, or cycling, and there are plenty of scenic stops along the way. After a good walk with your pup, you both deserve a treat, and a great place to get one in Powder Springs is at Bruster's Real Ice Cream. Not only can you get an ice cream sundae here, but they also offer a free sundae for dogs that has dog bones on top! Powder Springs is a pawesome place to live with dogs, and you'll never run out of places to explore together.