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    Aloha! My name is Manny and I am a Scuba Diving Instructor located in the Kakaako area of Honolulu! I've been taking care of a Siberian Husky for almost 10 years, and I have had ample experience in dog sitting for friends and family. I work outside engaging with animals every day, some that breathe air and some that don't, so I know how to handle pretty much every situation! I am an Emergency First Responder, CPR and AED certified.

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    Marrisa B.
    2018-02-21T17:02:34-08:00
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    Hello! My name is Maggie. I love all things involving animals, the outdoors, and the ocean. One of my favorite things is to run or play with a dog and just see them bursting with joy. I have worked as a veterinary assistant at an emergency pet clinic for over a year, and have volunteered as a dog walker with the SF SPCA. Your pet's safety, health, and happiness and my #1 priority.

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    Jason F.
    2017-03-30T13:46:34-07:00
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    Aloha! My name is Manny and I am a Scuba Diving Instructor located in the Kakaako area of Honolulu! I've been taking care of a Siberian Husky for almost 10 years, and I have had ample experience in dog sitting for friends and family. I work outside engaging with animals every day, some that breathe air and some that don't, so I know how to handle pretty much every situation! I am an Emergency First Responder, CPR and AED certified.

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    Marrisa B.
    2018-02-21T17:02:34-08:00
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    Hello! My name is Maggie. I love all things involving animals, the outdoors, and the ocean. One of my favorite things is to run or play with a dog and just see them bursting with joy. I have worked as a veterinary assistant at an emergency pet clinic for over a year, and have volunteered as a dog walker with the SF SPCA. Your pet's safety, health, and happiness and my #1 priority.

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    Jason F.
    2017-03-30T13:46:34-07:00
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    Thanks Manny, I wanted to make sure everything went well while I was home. You really treated her today! She s a good dog, and needs to burn a lot of energy & you did just that!

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      Thanks Manny, I wanted to make sure everything went well while I was home. You really treated her today! She s a good dog, and needs to burn a lot of energy & you did just that!

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    Best Dog Friendly Neighborhoods in Kailua-Kona

    Kailua Kona Town Center

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,194 per sq. mi.

    Kailua Kona Town Center

    4848

    If you simply want somewhere refreshing to bring you dog on your morning walk, Kailua Kona also has its share of smaller urban parks! In the Town Center, you can find the Hale Halawai Park. This oceanfront park is a great place to watch the sunset! Features include a rocky beach, a pavilion and restrooms. There are also nice grassy areas where your pooch can sniff, play and repeat. Leashed dogs are welcome in this park as long as they follow proper petiquette! When you and your doggo need a frosty treat, check out One Aloha Shave Ice Co located in the same neighborhood. They offer outdoor dog friendly seating, organic shave ice, and a cozy, festive atmosphere.

    Honokohau

    3636
    Dog ParksDog Parks
    2 parks

    Population DensityPopulation Density
    390 per sq. mi.

    Honokohau

    3636

    If you’re in the Honokohau neighborhood of Kailua Kona, you and your pupper are in for a treat! This neighborhood is proud home to the island’s only dog park, the Hawaii Island Humane Society Bark Park. This Bark Park offers a safe place for your dog to romp around in glorious off-leash freedom. The park has two fenced off sections, one for smaller breeds and one for our bigger pals. Features include water tubs, toys, drinking water, waste scoopers and shade. After working up an appetite, head over to Ultimate Burger, located in the same neighborhood. This restaurant offers burgers made with the finest local ingredients, and local craft beer. Call ahead to make sure you can get a spot at one of their two, outdoor dog friendly tables.

    Aeo St / Lako St

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    2,615 per sq. mi.

    Aeo St / Lako St

    2424

    In the Aeo St / Lako St neighborhood of Kailua Kona, the Kamoa Point juts out into the ocean. Along this point you can find a park full of rugged Hawaii jungle, and a piece of Hawaii’s past. This is the Keolonahihi State Historical Park. This park was at one time home to a major religious complex for Native Hawaiians, with a temple dedicated to surfers. Although today the park is largely overgrown, there is a small shoreline path that leads to a beach of coral rubble and the debris of ancient Hawaiian buildings. Leashed dogs are welcome, but remember to not disturb any of the archeological remains.

    Holualoa

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    14 per sq. mi.

    Holualoa

    1212

    In the neighborhood of Holualoa sits the third largest mountain on the island, Hualalai. To enjoy the unique ecosystems surrounding this mountain, you can take the iconic Kaloko Drive into the “Cloud Forest”. This drive is zigzags up the mountain, where you can have the otherworldly experience of trees draped in moss and fog. If you and your dog need to stretch your legs along the way, check out the Honuaula Forest Reserve, about halfway up. There are several trails heading into this massive reserve, but no trail markers. Perhaps bring a GPS, and be careful not to get lost in these maze-like pathways! Leashed dogs are allowed to explore the area along with you.

    Keauhou / Kahaluu

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    584 per sq. mi.

    Keauhou / Kahaluu

    00

    In the Keauhou / Kahaluu neighborhood of Kailua Kona, you can find the Kahaluu Beach Park. This small beach has generally calm water, and is world renowned for its snorkeling. You may get to see some interesting sea creatures as well, including turtles! Features also include restrooms and a pavillion where you can kick back in the shade. This beach is friendly to leashed dogs, so long as they are picked up after and well behaved. If you want to stay a while in this neighborhood, check in at the Kona Hawaii Guest House. This guest house is conveniently located close to Kahaluu Beach, and allows dogs in designated pet friendly rooms for no additional fee.

    Kailua Kona Town Center

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,194 per sq. mi.

    Kailua Kona Town Center

    4848

    If you simply want somewhere refreshing to bring you dog on your morning walk, Kailua Kona also has its share of smaller urban parks! In the Town Center, you can find the Hale Halawai Park. This oceanfront park is a great place to watch the sunset! Features include a rocky beach, a pavilion and restrooms. There are also nice grassy areas where your pooch can sniff, play and repeat. Leashed dogs are welcome in this park as long as they follow proper petiquette! When you and your doggo need a frosty treat, check out One Aloha Shave Ice Co located in the same neighborhood. They offer outdoor dog friendly seating, organic shave ice, and a cozy, festive atmosphere.

    Honokohau

    3636
    Dog ParksDog Parks
    2 parks

    Population DensityPopulation Density
    390 per sq. mi.

    Honokohau

    3636

    If you’re in the Honokohau neighborhood of Kailua Kona, you and your pupper are in for a treat! This neighborhood is proud home to the island’s only dog park, the Hawaii Island Humane Society Bark Park. This Bark Park offers a safe place for your dog to romp around in glorious off-leash freedom. The park has two fenced off sections, one for smaller breeds and one for our bigger pals. Features include water tubs, toys, drinking water, waste scoopers and shade. After working up an appetite, head over to Ultimate Burger, located in the same neighborhood. This restaurant offers burgers made with the finest local ingredients, and local craft beer. Call ahead to make sure you can get a spot at one of their two, outdoor dog friendly tables.

    Aeo St / Lako St

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    2,615 per sq. mi.

    Aeo St / Lako St

    2424

    In the Aeo St / Lako St neighborhood of Kailua Kona, the Kamoa Point juts out into the ocean. Along this point you can find a park full of rugged Hawaii jungle, and a piece of Hawaii’s past. This is the Keolonahihi State Historical Park. This park was at one time home to a major religious complex for Native Hawaiians, with a temple dedicated to surfers. Although today the park is largely overgrown, there is a small shoreline path that leads to a beach of coral rubble and the debris of ancient Hawaiian buildings. Leashed dogs are welcome, but remember to not disturb any of the archeological remains.

    Holualoa

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    14 per sq. mi.

    Holualoa

    1212

    In the neighborhood of Holualoa sits the third largest mountain on the island, Hualalai. To enjoy the unique ecosystems surrounding this mountain, you can take the iconic Kaloko Drive into the “Cloud Forest”. This drive is zigzags up the mountain, where you can have the otherworldly experience of trees draped in moss and fog. If you and your dog need to stretch your legs along the way, check out the Honuaula Forest Reserve, about halfway up. There are several trails heading into this massive reserve, but no trail markers. Perhaps bring a GPS, and be careful not to get lost in these maze-like pathways! Leashed dogs are allowed to explore the area along with you.

    Keauhou / Kahaluu

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    584 per sq. mi.

    Keauhou / Kahaluu

    00

    In the Keauhou / Kahaluu neighborhood of Kailua Kona, you can find the Kahaluu Beach Park. This small beach has generally calm water, and is world renowned for its snorkeling. You may get to see some interesting sea creatures as well, including turtles! Features also include restrooms and a pavillion where you can kick back in the shade. This beach is friendly to leashed dogs, so long as they are picked up after and well behaved. If you want to stay a while in this neighborhood, check in at the Kona Hawaii Guest House. This guest house is conveniently located close to Kahaluu Beach, and allows dogs in designated pet friendly rooms for no additional fee.

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