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Hi! My name is Matt and I've been a dog owner for nearly my whole life. My family has owned dogs as big as German shepherds and as small as a chiweenie. Over the years, I've been invited to watch many of my neighbors' and relatives' dogs, which was the reason I fell in love with all dogs.
Top Pet Caregiver
Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
“Show me your pitties”
My name is Kate! I'm a full-time vet student that loves animals of all kinds, but enjoys working with dogs the most. I am reliable, responsible, and will work to give your dog the best walk I am able. I look forward to meeting you and your pup soon!
Dog first aid and/or CPR, Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
Hi, I am Jasmine from Jackson, MS. I am a graduate of Jackson State University with a Bachelor’s degree in biology pre-vet. I love animals. I have experience in animal care working at Northstate Animal and Bird Hospital and Briarwood Animal Hospital. I have also been a PetsHotel associate at Petsmart, caring for boarding pets and dogs in Doggie Day Camp. I am pursing my goal of becoming a veterinarian.
I am Chelsea! I am a dog mom of a 1 year old pitbull, Nova. My roommate also has a 2 year old mix, Ceaser. We share the responsibility of both pups depending on who is home or at work. I try to take Nova on a walk at least once a day, on top of her potty breaks! I am super excited to meet your pups and get some exercise in!
I'm a senior at Georgetown University, but I grew up outside New York. A couple years ago my girlfriend and I adopted a mixed-breed named Bear. I have a soft spot for all animals and I love and miss him so much! Help me fill the furry hole in my heart by letting me spend some time with your dog!
Hello! And I have been pet sitting for friends and family for over 15 years now! I also foster pups of all ages and sizes through the St Louis Senior Dog Project. Lastly, I have experience working with Champ therapy dogs, as I work in the animal-assisted laboratory at Washington University School of Medicine.
Hey there, glad you're here!! My name's Hope! I love dogs more than almost anything, so I promise to love your furry best friend well. I have a giant schnoodle named Bear and an Irishdoodle named Briar; I've had a dog back home since I was 8 (a miniature schnauzer), and before that, I had 2 boxers when I was little, so lots and lots of personal dog experience! I also volunteered at the humane society back home in high school, and now I’m in the vet school at U of I! Hope to see your pup soon!
Top Pet Caregiver
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Puppy care
My name is Gabi, and I am a vet tech hoping to attend vet school in a couple of years! I have worked with animals for over 6 years now, and am comfortable with any and all dogs! I have behavioral and medical experience with dogs and can assure you your pups will be in great hands! Whether you need a quick walk, or are going on vacation for a couple weeks, I'm here to help!
Hi! My name is Isabel and I am recent college graduate from the East Coast. I grew up with an adorable Miniature Schnauzer named Ziggy, and I have been a dog lover ever since I was a little kid. I have experience dog walking and pet sitting animals of all sizes, as well as experience caring for blind and diabetic dogs. I know a lot about dog behaviors and breeds, and I can't wait to meet your pup!
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“I’d love to be your dogs new companion/walk buddy!”
Hello! I have a lot of experience caring for dogs, from bitty puppies to seniors. I have trained my own puppy and understand the importance of being kind and patient with animals. I also foster and train service dogs/puppies in training. That being said, I know many advanced commands and am comfortable using different signals for different commands. I also am familiar with administering medications when needed. I am very active and don't mind taking dogs for long walks/runs as well!
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience
Champaign, Illinois may be a city that has gone to the dogs! With almost 700 acres of grassy parks, numerous trails and paths, and year-round dog-friendly events, you and your pooch will always have something to do.
Looking to get off-leash? Look no further than the Champaign Bark District. Champaign's premier dog park, this seven-acre space offers ample room to run, jump, and play. You'll love the amenities, including double-gated access gates, areas for large and small dogs, and free doggie bags. Residents and non-residents can either purchase a full-year membership, or buy a one-day pass.
Several trails in Champaign offer a chance to explore the natural prairie surroundings. O'Malley's Alley Trail is a half-mile paved route that ends at a city-run Prairie Farm. To extend the journey, go east at the bridge and end up at the lakeside Kaufman Park. Or, try out the Greenbelt Bikeway. Almost 2.5-miles long, this trail boasts views of ponds, forests, a beautiful lake, and an Olympic memorial.
Want a chance to meet up with some of Champaign's other four-legged friends? Try the yearly Chase Your Tail Dog Jog/Walk. Open to dogs ages a year and over, this race starts at Centennial Park and features costume contests, vendors, and live entertainment!
Champaign is home to the Champaign Bark District. This “District” is a seven acre dog park which is located at 5001 W. Windsor. The fenced enclosure is a flat and grassy area where dogs can run and socialize leash-free. The dog park has a separate area for small dogs. Water fountains built for humans and canines are supplied. The dog park features a few picnic benches where the human companions can sit, socialize, and maybe snack while watching their pups at play. The city requires a registration and fee before using the dog park. Daily passes are also available. More information is available on the official city website.
Urbana adjoins Champaign, and has a dog park located at 1501 E. Perkins. This dog park has 10 fenced acres of ground for dogs to explore off leash. There is a separate enclosure for small dogs. The dog park has a varied terrain with part of it in grass and part in tall prairie grass. Trees dot the inside of the dog park, too, so your dog will have a howlin’ good time exploring. Water is available onsite. Waste receptacles with poop bags are also provided, so leave the park as clean as you found it and use them. A box of tennis balls is supplied by the park, so no pup is left behind! Visitors must register their dog and pay a fee before using this dog park. Check the city website for more details.
South Champaign is close to the regional airport. There are several hotels in this neighborhood that are dog-friendly. Hawthorn Suites located at 101 Trade Center Drive welcomes you and your dog. Hawthorn charges an additional fee of $25 per dog (2 dog maximum) per night. The hotel does not have any weight restrictions for your dogs. If you and your dog need a change of scenery and a stretch, check out Mayfair Park. This little 2-acre park offers a few nice walking paths, which your leashed dog is allowed to explore. A few picnic tables make this the pawfect place to enjoy a picnic with your best bud on a nice day.
The Northwest neighborhood of Champaign is home to Dodds Park, located at 1501 N. Mattis Avenue. This large park offers 100 acres dedicated to recreation. The park has numerous places for you and your dog to walk on leash. Picnic tables and pavilions make a picnic lunch or an afternoon barbecue with your pet a fine idea. While you're there, don't forget to explore the Greenbelt Bikeway Trail, which is part of the Rails to Trails Conservancy. You and your dog can explore a short distance, or see how much of the trail you can tackle. Don't forget to bring a leash, because your dog will need to wear one on the trail.
The West neighborhood in Champaign is home to Kaufman Lake, a public park managed by the Champaign Park District. This park offers several pawesome activities, including boating, fishing, and picnicking. Dogs can enjoy some on-leash exercise and share a barbecued hotdog or hamburger with their owner afterward. Fishing enthusiasts can spend some time with a companion dog while enjoying the sport. If you're just looking for a quick walk, there are several wooded hiking trails that you and your dog can explore. If barbecuing or picnicking isn't your thing, the nearby Sonic Drive-In will let you eat a hotdog with your pup on the dog-friendly outdoor patio.
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