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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.
Hi! I am Milan. I am a current student at Seattle University who is home for the summer. I have always loved caring for dogs, especially my own pup Luigi. I have been caring for my pup Luigi since my family an I took him in as a rescue dog at 9 months old. He is almost 4 years old and loves being a part of the family. I especially love taking Luigi outside to play. We love playing fetch and going on many walks throughout the day. I would enjoy volunteering my time to help you with taking care of you friend while you are busy . You can be sure that if your dog is in my care that they will be well-loved and played with as if they were my own. I can't wait to meet you and your friend!
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Hi, I'm Lacie! I have grown up in Liberty Lake with beagles named Maggie and Cloe and a chihuahua named Lily. I started dog walking and sitting for my friends and family several years ago and I absolutely love it. I have volunteered at multiple animal shelters throughout the Spokane area. My favorite quote of all time is, "in a perfect world, every home would have a dog and every dog would have a home." With that, I will treat your dog with love and make sure that they have the best Wag! experience possible.
Hello! I am a college student with a very flexible schedule and am available nearly everyday. I have worked with animals since I was three from dogs to horses and have 4H animal experience as well. I am willing and happy to work with all dogs from <5 lbs to over 150 lbs. I am comfortable with dogs of various needs such as anxious, disabled, and senior dogs. I am excited to walk all of your dogs and can’t wait to meet them!
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Hi, I'm Alicia! I'm a college student and absolutely adore dogs! I have had a chihuahua/dachshund mix and now a shepherd mix, so I have experience with dogs big and small. I have walked and watched many dogs for friends and neighbors, and I love making friends with new dogs! I have some training in dog CPR and first aid, so you can rest assured that your pup is in safe and loving hands!
Hi my name is Jade! I’ve been walking, boarding, and sitting dogs for the past 2 years. In the past I’ve taken my dogs through their training course. I currently own a 4 year old Bernese mountain dog named Winston!
My name is Phil and I love dogs! Growing up I was surrounded by dogs and am now currently a proud dog dad of a 5 year old golden retriever!
Hi my name is Zach! I had worked at a doggy daycare over two years. So I have a lot of experience with all types of dogs ranging from a Chihuahua to a big ol great Dane. I have loved dogs my whole life they're all my fur babies.
My name is Jenny and I currently work at a health club in Bellevue. I am originally from Spokane and moved to the Seattle area 5 years ago. I grew up in the country with tons of animals, including dogs. I have had a German Shepard, a few labs, a golden retriever and a pug to name a few. I love all dogs of all shapes and sizes and am so excited to make more furry friends!
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Hi everyone! My name is Sterling and I own two amazing German Shepherds. I love dogs and grew up walking, sitting, and caring for all kinds of dogs. I’ve been a dog owner for about 7 years now and am excited to start walking and meeting new dogs.
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
Mozart is a very small community in northwestern Idaho, so although it’s surrounded by exciting wilderness area, it has little to offer dogs and dog lovers. However, there are many parks and amenities in neighboring communities as well as nearly 40 vet clinics within 35 miles of town center.
If you want to stay in Idaho, Tubbs Hill is a popular amenity just thirty minutes from Mozart. Complete with free parking, public restrooms, and plenty of small beaches just off its trails, this park is a gorgeous natural haven in downtown Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. Also, Corbin Park is just 45 minutes away in neighboring Post Falls, Idaho. This park is complete with swimming holes and clean bathrooms, and leashed pooches are welcome.
A 40-minute drive into Spokane, WA will bring you to Stevens Creek Trail. This well-maintained walking trail is known as an excellent site for bird-watching. Also in Spokane is the Dishman Hills Natural Area, which is a wonderful wild oasis adjacent to the city. Here, leashed pups are welcome to traverse the park’s six separate trails with their parents.Although Mozart is a small community, its neighboring cities like Spokane, Coeur d'Alene, Post Falls, and others are packed with fun outdoor activities for you and Fido!
Are you ready for an epic adventure? Do you and your dog need a whole weekend getaway place? The it’s definitely time to take a 7-mile trip to Indian Cliff Trail. Whether you decide to stay and camp, or just come for a day trip adventure, you’re sure to have a furrific time here. This trail will take about two hours to complete, but the nearby Heyburn State Park encompasses 7,800 acres of forest, lakes, and trails for you to explore as you would like. So, grab a leash, some good shoes, water, and waste bags, and prepare to have a barking good time.
Rails-to-Trails has decided that to make your seven mile trip to Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes just the beginning of your adventure. This 70 mile part of the trail is completely paved so that you can ride your bike, travel in your wheel chair, or just have a smooth walking space to enjoy with your dog. The pavement is just the beginning of the wonder. This end of the trail is amazing trip through the mountains. You will see the shining of the lake, the rolling of the foothills, and the majestic bridge, all just as they were when the rail system was laid in the 1800s.
If you are all done exploring the Plummer end of Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes, then you should take your dog down to the Harrison side. It is about 45 miles to this end, but it is completely different than the other side, and well worth the adventure. Chatcolet Bridge is the high point of this part of the trail because it raises you to epic heights so that you get a panoramic view of the entire area. Please keep your dog on his leash at all times because there is a ton of wildlife in this area, including coyote.
If you want to take a car ride to a great adventure, then take the 26-mile trip to North Idaho Centennial Trail. This is another section of the Rails-to-Trails system that makes its way across Idaho. It is majestic, with its natural beauty taking center stage. Not only do you have a gorgeous view of the Coeur d'Alenes Lake, but you also have the Spokane River on this trail as well. If you bring Fido’s leash, you can spend as long as you want exploring these paved trails without having to fight the congestion of the city. Don’t forget to bring water, though.
Now, at first, your dog may not like that it is a 45-minute drive to Mary Minerva McCroskey Country Trail. However, once you get here, Fido will be begging to stay longer. You can walk the entire trail in about two hours, if you take your time. However, this trail is only part of a larger state park, which encompasses 5,000 acres. So, grab a leash, get your dog and get in the car. This is the place to make adventures happen for your entire family! The stress of the world literally melts away when you step into this natural world. Bring your camera and keep your eyes open for all the animals of the area.
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