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Hope all is well, my name is DeCarlo Tatum Jr, I live in Atlanta Ga. My experience with dogs has been an amazing journey. My love for dogs begin at a young age, in high school I wanted to become a Veterinarian. After I graduated from high school, I was bestowed the opportunity to intern as a vet tech at the Atlanta Humane Society for a summer project, in the city of Atlanta. It was an amazing experience, I also had the opportunity to work for one of the most popular dog day cares in Atlanta, Ga, Wag A Lot. There, I bathed dogs, dog sit and I was a lead Wag for both yards.Last but not least I cared for my father and mother dogs ( American PitBulls) for 12years!! I believe that your pet and I will develop a great bond, I believe that pets are people too!!
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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 3 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!
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Union City is a place in the heart of Fulton County, Georgia that around 20,000 people call home. This city is only 15 minutes from Atlanta, and it's also 10 miles from Hartsfield-Jackson International, the world's largest airport. Union City is known for having a caring and tight-knit community. These bonds are demonstrated through community activities and events that take place each year, and several of these outdoor events are dog-friendly. Many of the streets in Union City were named after citizens, and walking along these streets with your dog and enjoying the dogwood trees and crepe myrtles is sure to become a new favorite pastime.
There are also a handful of dog-friendly restaurants in town, so there's no need to leave your pooch at home when you head out for a bite to eat in Union City. Shannon Parkway in southern Union City is where you'll find Steak n' Shake. This popular restaurant has outdoor tables where you can enjoy specialty burgers, chili, sandwiches, and hand-scooped shakes alongside your dog. Your dog will have to remain outside while you go in to order, but there's a drive-thru available as well if you don't want to leave your dog outside. Once your appetite is satisfied, you and your pup can head off to a nearby dog park for some off-leash fun!
The eastern Atlanta community known as Piedmont Heights is 20 miles from Union City. This area is home to the Piedmont Dog Park, a three-acre dog park with a section for dogs over 30 pounds, and another section for smaller dogs. The park is landscaped beautifully, and there are recently updated trails throughout the off-leash park for you to explore with your pet as well. For pet parents, there are benches, restrooms, and shady areas for hot days. There are dog water fountains and waste disposal items for pups, and on the weekends, there's often a dog popsicle vendor set up at Piedmont Dog Park!
The PTC Dog Park in central Peachtree City, Georgia is less than 20 miles south of Union City. This off-leash park is bigger than three acres, and it includes big and small dog sections. There's a five-foot fence surrounding the park to prevent dogs from escaping, and visitors appreciate the wheelchair-friendly paved path through the park. PTC Dog Park has gazebos, chairs, and benches so pet parents can rest comfortably while their dogs play, and there are water fountains set up for dogs, too. The park is open from dawn to dusk, seven days a week, and if you're not a member of the Peachtree City Dog Park Association, each visit will cost you just $1.
You and your dog are sure to fall in love with Canine Crossing Dog Park in College Park, Georgia, and the best part is, it's only two miles from Union City! Canine Crossing Dog Park sits on more than five acres of land, and it includes an area for dogs under 25 pounds, as well as a section for the bigger doggos. There are tunnels, fire hydrants, and large rocks for dogs to play with in the park, as well as dog water fountains. There are covered swings, pavilions, seating, restrooms, and walking areas in the park to keep pet parents comfortable.
The Mason Mill Dog Park in northern Decatur, Georgia is less than 30 miles from Union City. This off-leash park tucked behind a baseball field isn't incredibly large, but there's enough space for dogs to run, play, and enjoy themselves. The dog park is divided into two sections, and although there aren't signs saying which is a big dog section and which is a small dog section, visitors tend to separate their dogs on their own. Mason Mill Dog Park has a mulched surface, as well as dog water fountains and benches throughout the park. There's a trail connecting to this park that leads to a creek, and your dog can trek this trail with you when they're on a leash.
Lake Court Park in northwestern Smyrna, Georgia is about a half-hour drive north of Union City. This 12.6-acre park has sports fields, playgrounds, picnic facilities, and an off-leash dog park. The Lake Court Dog Park is one large, fenced-in space for dogs of all sizes to interact. The park is situated on a hill, so your dog can get an extra workout in racing up and down the incline. During the warmer months of the year, there's running water available for dogs to drink, but be sure to bring your own water in the winter. There is also seating and waste disposal items at Lake Court Dog Park in case you forget your own.
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