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Hi I’m Evan! I’m a wife, mom, and dog lover. Growing up we always had a few dogs in the home. I was raised to treat dogs like family members, and now having my own fur babies gives me so much joy! The unconditional love of a dog is priceless. I hope you will let me love your dog and give them the care they need while you’re away.
Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
Hi, I’m Sarah! I am a student at the University of Cincinnati, and I am more than happy to walk your dog for you! I live and grew up here in Fort Wayne, Indiana. I joined wag, to enjoy time with so furry friends, meet people, and for extra cash. I miss having my own dog around the house, love the outdoors, and I run nearly every morning. Wag is everything I want! I’ve dog-sat + walked dogs many times. I’m happy to chat or meet you and your lovely pet before any walk.
Can run with dogs, Dogs who pull, Fast walker
Hi! I am a professional dog groomer and have over 10 years experience walking and grooming. I am a blessed fur mom to an Italian greyhound, corgi, & jack Russell. I am passionate about all dogs and looking forward to meeting your baby and going for long walks/jogs.
Oral medicine administration, Special needs dog care, Puppy care
“All Dogs are good”
My name is Rachel. I have worked in thr animal care field for over 10 years. I have managed a few humane society and rescue groups, as well as Volunteer at a local pound as a walker
Top Pet Caregiver
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, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
Churubusco, Indiana is a small community with a big history. From the moment the Mastodon skeleton was found at Blue Lake in 1962, to the modern-day excitement of the opening of the History Museum, there is always something to learn about here. Bring your dog and come take a walk through the town to learn why the residents chose this spot as their home. The locals here are friendly, pawticularly to pups! Though the town is small, there's certainly room for a vet clinic to take care of the canine citizens.
Churubusco City Park has lots of amenities that make it fun for the entire family, besides being the official meeting place for the local Boy Scouts. It is also the pawfect place to come walk your dog! The fourteen-acre wooded area has mulched trails so that you can take a walk while watching the wildlife and enjoying the marsh area safely. There are several restrooms and places to get water. Just keep your pup on a leash. Your not-so-furry children will love the playgrounds, and you can sit back and relax on a shaded bench while you watch your pack play.
Churubusco -- affectionately dubbed "Busco" by the residents -- might not have any dog parks or dog-friendly restaurants, but it does have plenty of small-town charm and quirky history for you and Fido to explore!
Fort Wayne is around fifteen miles from Churubusco. Fox Island County Park has over 600 acres for you to roam and explore. There are even two doggie beaches where you can let your dog off of her leash so that she can splash and play in the water. There are no fenced-in areas, so you will want to make sure that your pup is able to follow voice commands before you let her go. There are restrooms and water fountains, but you will want to have a bowl to give your dog some water. You will need a leash to walk the trails.
If you want to come and play at the park, then you definitely don't want to leave your fur baby at home. Take a quick trip over to Fort Wayne's Foster Park neighborhood, where you'll find the neighborhood's namesake, Foster Park West. This is where Pawster Park is. Pawster Park is a dog park where you can let your dog off of her leash so that she can run and play with other pups her size. There are water stations here, and you will find everything you need to clean up after your dog. All you need to do is bring a leash for the walk from the car, and get ready to play.
Fifteen miles is just the right distance to drive for some dog-friendly fun! Right outside of the Highland Park Forest neighborhood in Fort Wayne, you'll find Johnny Appleseed Park. This is a great place to come and play. You can even come and camp if you want to. Bring a leash and walk the Veterans Memorial Trail. Looking for some off-leash fun? Paw on over to the on-site dog park, Camp Canine! There is a water station within the dog park, but you will need water if you want to explore the main park. Please remember to always clean up after your pup while you are here.
While you are in Fort Wayne exploring the parks, you can stop by Green DogGoods. This Fido-friendly spot will allow you to bring your dog to pick out his own toys and treats. They have organic pet treats that your pet will love. All the products offered in the store, pawticularly the treats and pet foods, are well-researched and high-quality so your pooch gets only the best! This is a great way to make your dog feel even more special. Please be aware that there are cats here as well, so if Fido doesn't play well with felines, you might want to give this one a miss.
Shoaff Park South is the beginning of the Rivergreenway Trail system. This trail system interconnects several city parks across three cities. You'll walk through the historic areas, parks, and other green spaces. There are playgrounds, restrooms, benches, and water fountains along the trail. You will need a leash for your dog. You will also want to bring your own doggie waste bags with you as well. The best part of the trail system is that it follows the path of the original rail line. That means that, as you walk, you will see the same views, with some modern improvements, that the original rail passengers would have seen!
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