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Aloha! My name is Norma! I’ve owned large breed dogs all my life; Akitas, Doberman Pinschers, Pit/terrier mixes, Aussies. More recently, our pups were two small Jack Russell terriers. Our current ‘kids’ are a Ridgeback hound mix and a small poi pup. I’m hoping to meet and walk more pups that need exercise and mental stimulation!
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Hi! I'm Jen. I'm not a dog owner, but I have spent a great deal of time taking care of family and friends' dogs and cats. I love being around dogs and enjoy pampering them like going out for walks, playing in the park, giving them baths, brushing their hair and even their teeth. I'm also a pretty active person, as I exercise at least 3 times a week doing tai chi or walking. I hope to earn your trust and confidence in taking care of your fur-baby! Mahalo.
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On the northern island of O'ahu in Hawaii is a small town called Waipio, located only 16 miles from Honolulu. The area is a beautiful tourist destination, with views of the neighboring volcanoes and the rest of the Hawaiian Islands. The city isn't only great with tourists, but also with pups thanks to the large city parks, one veterinarian, and an all-year long love for pups!
The Patsy T. Mink Central Oahu Regional Park is one of the largest and most popular parks in the area, with over 70 acres of space that's filled with recreational fields, shaded trails, and open space. There are 12 different baseball diamonds that are dog-friendly as long as no teams are playing, 10 enclosed tennis courts, 3 miles of paved walkways, and lots of open space to run around and play in. Dogs do not need to be on a leash inside the park, and will have access to water fountains, clean-up stations, nighttime lights, and benches.
The Waipio Neighborhood Park is a nice little community park that is surrounded by tall trees, and offers grassy fields, two baseball diamonds, and fenced-in tennis and basketball courts. There's a paved walkway, a playground, and picnic tables. Dogs do have to remain on a leash inside this park.
There's no better place to get out and walk Fido then the beautiful and dog-loving community of Waipio.
The city of Waipio is small, but offers some amazing places to walk and play with Fido. The Crestview Community Park has some open fields to play in, fenced-in tennis courts, a baseball field, and paved trails. Whether you're looking to run around and play or just go for a short walk, the park will provide you and Fido all the space you need without requiring for your dog to be on a leash. The park connects to the Waipio City Trail, which is a paved city trail that extends 1 mile north. The trail is dog-friendly to leashed pups, made from concrete, and offers benches along the way.
The neighborhood of Crestview has a mixture of shipping centers and residential homes in the city of Waipahu, just .5 miles away from Waipio. Inside the neighborhood, residents head over to the Waikele Community Park to walk Fido, thanks to its private setting with trees surrounding the park. There's an open field to run around and play in, a playground, picnic tables, and restrooms to use. Mitsuo Mits Shito Park is another quiet park with lots of trees for shade and privacy, and an open space to allow Fido to play in. There are water fountains, benches, and trash bins at both parks, and dogs must remain on a leash inside both areas.
Central Pearl City is a busy shopping district area in the city of Pearl City, just 2.7 miles south of Waipio. Inside the bustling area are still some green spaces to take Fido, like the Manana Community Park. The park has two large fields to play in with shaded sitting areas, enclosed tennis courts, a playground, a skatepark, and restrooms. There are paved trails for walking with Fido that provides access to water fountains and benches. Pacheco Park is right down the street, and has a fenced-in area with baseball fields. Although the park is fenced-in, dogs have to remain on a leash. Additional features include a playground, a pavilion, restrooms, benches, clean-up stations, and open space to play in.
South Mililani Town is a residential community on the south side of Mililani Town, and 3 miles north of Waipio. The featured park os the area is Mililani District Park, which has a nice large space that is surrounded by trees for shade and privacy. There are two baseball fields, with a skatepark and fenced-in tennis courts. Dogs are allowed in the fenced-in areas as long as no teams are playing, and can enjoy amenities like water fountains, paved walkway, nighttime lights, and benches. Hokuhiahi Park is a smaller park on the north side of town that has a small open area to play in with picnic tables, fenced-in tennis courts, a baseball field, and a playground.
Waipahu Center is a bustling neighborhood with rows of residential homes and busy shopping districts in Waipahu, 3.5 miles west of Waipio. the park of choice in the area is the Waipahu Uka Neighborhood Park, thanks to its vibrant grassy fields, fenced-in tennis and basketball courts, baseball field, playground, and picnic pavilion. Dogs can enjoy lots of space to play along with shaded sitting areas, water fountains, and benches. the Hans L'Orange Park is right up the street, and has some extra amenities like paved walkways, a fenced-in baseball field that's dog-friendly, lots of shade, and restrooms. Dogs must remain on a leash inside both parks.
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