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    Hi I’m Selena, I’m 25 years old. I have been caring for animals since I was 15 years of age, I have many years of experience in caring for all kinds of animals. I truly love helping others and their furry friends. I will treat your furbabies as if they are my own. I’m currently working as a veterinarian technician. I can asure you under my care they will be well taking care of, all ages and sizes :) I look forward to meeting you and your furry companion!

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    Specialties

    Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care


    marvin G.
    2019-03-28T13:48:43-07:00
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    Verified Deluxe

    “I walk dogs safely and efficiently take entrusted dogs on engaging walks, following client instructions and provided schedules, and report all relevant information to owners. I love dogs and have had them all of my life”

    I walk dogs safely and efficiently take entrusted dogs on engaging walks, following client instructions and provided schedules, and report all relevant information to owners. I love dogs and have had them all of my life, I am a college student who had to leave my dog at home due to my apartment pet restrictions! I am also looking to make extra side money to pay off student debt! This will also motivate me to get out and stay active, I am looking forward to this hobby, as well as meeting your sweet furry friends!

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    Makenna H.
    2022-06-21T08:26:53-07:00
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    Verified Drop-in

    I believe I would be a good candidate for taking care of your pet because I have worked with a variety of dog breeds and enjoy working with them. I enjoy the challenges of being able to learn and grown with pets.

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    Natasha L.
    2020-10-21T16:44:37-07:00
    Five starsFive starsFive starsFive starsFive stars
    Verified 20m Walk

    Hi I’m Selena, I’m 25 years old. I have been caring for animals since I was 15 years of age, I have many years of experience in caring for all kinds of animals. I truly love helping others and their furry friends. I will treat your furbabies as if they are my own. I’m currently working as a veterinarian technician. I can asure you under my care they will be well taking care of, all ages and sizes :) I look forward to meeting you and your furry companion!

    Background Checked

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    Specialties

    Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care


    marvin G.
    2019-03-28T13:48:43-07:00
    Five starsFive starsFive starsFive starsFive stars
    Verified Deluxe

    “I walk dogs safely and efficiently take entrusted dogs on engaging walks, following client instructions and provided schedules, and report all relevant information to owners. I love dogs and have had them all of my life”

    I walk dogs safely and efficiently take entrusted dogs on engaging walks, following client instructions and provided schedules, and report all relevant information to owners. I love dogs and have had them all of my life, I am a college student who had to leave my dog at home due to my apartment pet restrictions! I am also looking to make extra side money to pay off student debt! This will also motivate me to get out and stay active, I am looking forward to this hobby, as well as meeting your sweet furry friends!

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    Makenna H.
    2022-06-21T08:26:53-07:00
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    Verified Drop-in

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    marvin G.

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    Makenna H.

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    Jeanette has been walking my dog for the past 2 weeks and has been doing an amazing job. My furry kids just love her.

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      marvin G.

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      Makenna H.

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      Natasha L.

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      Jeanette has been walking my dog for the past 2 weeks and has been doing an amazing job. My furry kids just love her.

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    Best Dog Friendly Neighborhoods in Twin Falls

    Twin Falls City Limits

    4848
    Dog ParksDog Parks
    1 park

    Population DensityPopulation Density
    2,527 per sq. mi.

    Twin Falls City Limits

    4848

    Twin Falls treats dogs right, and Baxter Park is just a bark away at 240 Shoup Street. This public park attracts hundreds of dogs from all around the state and sometimes beyond. This grassy fenced enclosure entices hounds, poodles, and the neighborhood mutts to run and socialize. The park provides water, waste stations, and benches for people to sit. The dog park has a separate enclosure for dogs weighing 30 pounds or less. This park opened in 2014, and is very well-maintained by the Community Foundation and the City of Twin Falls. This dog park is one of many green spaces in Twin Falls, and their locations are easy to obtain through the city’s website.


    West Twin Falls

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    2,527 per sq. mi.

    West Twin Falls

    3636

    The western area of Twin Falls has its share of things for dogs to see and do. Twin Falls County operates Rock Creek Park, a popular RV campsite. Access to the RV Park is at 900 Addison. This 12-acre park is open to the public and has hiking and water activities on the lake. All dogs, whether campers or day visitors, need to be on their leashes. There are hiking trails along flowing creeks, one of which has aa bridge overhead for a pawesome view. Rock formations give this park an extra rugged look, and make hiking a more beautiful and challenging thing to do. The park has pavilions for picnics or barbecues. This park is a true getaway that is still close to town.

    East Twin Falls

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    2,527 per sq. mi.

    East Twin Falls

    2424

    The East Twin Falls neighborhood offers a dog a chance to explore many green areas. Harmon Park provides dogs and their humans a much-needed break from city life. This nifty little 20-acre space takes up several blocks of Locust Street. The  park offers many places to walk, sniff, and make some new fur-iends. This well-maintained public park has all the facilities for you and your dog to make a day of it. Several pavilions are available in the park for outdoor dining, so pack a picnic! If you just want to stretch your legs, a walk at the Sunrise Park can do the trick with its open grassy area.  This little 2 acres is located at the 300 block of Madrona Street.

    West/Shoshone Falls

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,735 per sq. mi.

    West/Shoshone Falls

    1212

    Shoshone Falls Park draws visitors from all over the country. This dog-friendly large park features one of the wonders of nature -- a spectacular 212-foot waterfall that is higher than Niagara Falls! Be sure to bring a camera to capture this gorgeous phenomenon. The park itself has miles of hiking trails, picnic areas, and large open areas for you and your dog to enjoy. Dogs must stay on leash while visiting the Park. There is a $3 admission fee. The Red Lion Hotel, located at 1357 Blue Lakes, caters to visitors of the Falls and welcomes their dog.  Dogs of any size stay at one of the 112 pet-friendly rooms for only $15 a night. The Red Lion also offers all the amenities of a fine hotel.

    South/Castle Rocks

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    212 per sq. mi.

    South/Castle Rocks

    00

    The Castle Rocks State Park is a bit of drive, but well worth it! The park is 80 miles south of Twin Falls, and the landscape changes just a bit. The terrain is rocky here. There are places for hiking and for rock climbing. Dogs are welcome as long as they are on a leash. The State Park has camping spots available. There are also cabins that are dog-friendly, making it the pawfect place for a weekend getaway.  Pinyon pines line the hiking trails, and provide green beauty to the campsites. The nearby town of Almo has all the supplies you need to camp or just scout out the majestic rock walls of the park. You and your dog will make unforgettable memories together while enjoying the rugged, majestic beauty of this unique park.

    Twin Falls City Limits

    4848
    Dog ParksDog Parks
    1 park

    Population DensityPopulation Density
    2,527 per sq. mi.

    Twin Falls City Limits

    4848

    Twin Falls treats dogs right, and Baxter Park is just a bark away at 240 Shoup Street. This public park attracts hundreds of dogs from all around the state and sometimes beyond. This grassy fenced enclosure entices hounds, poodles, and the neighborhood mutts to run and socialize. The park provides water, waste stations, and benches for people to sit. The dog park has a separate enclosure for dogs weighing 30 pounds or less. This park opened in 2014, and is very well-maintained by the Community Foundation and the City of Twin Falls. This dog park is one of many green spaces in Twin Falls, and their locations are easy to obtain through the city’s website.


    West Twin Falls

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    2,527 per sq. mi.

    West Twin Falls

    3636

    The western area of Twin Falls has its share of things for dogs to see and do. Twin Falls County operates Rock Creek Park, a popular RV campsite. Access to the RV Park is at 900 Addison. This 12-acre park is open to the public and has hiking and water activities on the lake. All dogs, whether campers or day visitors, need to be on their leashes. There are hiking trails along flowing creeks, one of which has aa bridge overhead for a pawesome view. Rock formations give this park an extra rugged look, and make hiking a more beautiful and challenging thing to do. The park has pavilions for picnics or barbecues. This park is a true getaway that is still close to town.

    East Twin Falls

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    2,527 per sq. mi.

    East Twin Falls

    2424

    The East Twin Falls neighborhood offers a dog a chance to explore many green areas. Harmon Park provides dogs and their humans a much-needed break from city life. This nifty little 20-acre space takes up several blocks of Locust Street. The  park offers many places to walk, sniff, and make some new fur-iends. This well-maintained public park has all the facilities for you and your dog to make a day of it. Several pavilions are available in the park for outdoor dining, so pack a picnic! If you just want to stretch your legs, a walk at the Sunrise Park can do the trick with its open grassy area.  This little 2 acres is located at the 300 block of Madrona Street.

    West/Shoshone Falls

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,735 per sq. mi.

    West/Shoshone Falls

    1212

    Shoshone Falls Park draws visitors from all over the country. This dog-friendly large park features one of the wonders of nature -- a spectacular 212-foot waterfall that is higher than Niagara Falls! Be sure to bring a camera to capture this gorgeous phenomenon. The park itself has miles of hiking trails, picnic areas, and large open areas for you and your dog to enjoy. Dogs must stay on leash while visiting the Park. There is a $3 admission fee. The Red Lion Hotel, located at 1357 Blue Lakes, caters to visitors of the Falls and welcomes their dog.  Dogs of any size stay at one of the 112 pet-friendly rooms for only $15 a night. The Red Lion also offers all the amenities of a fine hotel.

    South/Castle Rocks

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    212 per sq. mi.

    South/Castle Rocks

    00

    The Castle Rocks State Park is a bit of drive, but well worth it! The park is 80 miles south of Twin Falls, and the landscape changes just a bit. The terrain is rocky here. There are places for hiking and for rock climbing. Dogs are welcome as long as they are on a leash. The State Park has camping spots available. There are also cabins that are dog-friendly, making it the pawfect place for a weekend getaway.  Pinyon pines line the hiking trails, and provide green beauty to the campsites. The nearby town of Almo has all the supplies you need to camp or just scout out the majestic rock walls of the park. You and your dog will make unforgettable memories together while enjoying the rugged, majestic beauty of this unique park.

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