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My name is Arika. Not only do I enjoy taking my own dog on outdoor adventures but have been walking shelter dogs for years now. I’m an Esthetican/Massage therapist in the Ferndale Area and well versed in canine massage. I’m always on time with tasty organic treats and, of course, poop bags.
Hey! My name is Emily and I’m excited to meet your furry friend! I have two fur babies of my own and I understand how frustrating it is when life is crazy and you can’t make it home to walk your dog! I’m happy to help give your pup walks, belly rubs, and soo much love! I’m excited to meet you(:
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Taking care of dogs has always come naturally to me. I’ve loved them ever since I was little. I had one growing up and I now have a pup of my own. I was able to train her myself after working under a dog trainer for about 3 months. And for the past year and a half, I’ve been the supervisor at a dog rescue called The Dog Cafe . I have a lot of experience working with dogs of all sizes and breeds. As well as special need pups :)
I’m 22 I live in Muncie, Indiana I’m very outgoing I love animals!! Can’t wait to walk and love on your precious puppies!! Hope you have an amazing day!!
Hi, my name is Richan! I grew up in rural Indiana, but now live on the west side of Los Angeles. Throughout my life I have had many dogs ranging from Rat Terriers to Collies. Most of the dogs I have owned and cared for were adopted as puppies and lived with us for their entire lives so I am familiar with a full range of dog ages and activity levels. I have pet sit before and I love every minute of it! My current apartment does not allow me to own a dog, and I would love to spend some time with your furry friend! I will treat your dog with love and care and do everything I can to provide you with the best Wag! experience.
My name is Grant and I can't wait to walk your dog! I have been vegan for over 5 years and love all animals including dogs very much. I have had many dogs over the years and love all sizes and breeds. I often love to spend time with animals more than I do people.
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Hi my name is Taia and I am so excited to walk your dog! I have grown up always having a dog, I dog sit for different families, and my puppy Denny is a fellow wag pup! Wag has provided reliable and trust worthy walkers for my sweet girl and I want to help others have that security with their pup. I promise to take care of them like they are my own. Can't wait to meet your sweet furry friend!
Gaston is a small, quaint town in Delaware County, Indiana. Gaston was originally called New Corner when it was first settled in 1855. The name Gaston was adopted when the railroad was built in the town in 1901.
Gaston is a close-knit community of fewer than 900 people, and this is evident in the fact that it has a volunteer fire department and police department. But if you’re looking for somewhere to get away from the hustle and bustle of big city life, then Gaston is the place for you!
There’s plenty of natural beauty in the surrounding areas, including the Taylor Wilderness, the Shamrock Lakes, and numerous trails. And if you’re missing the big city life, then Indianapolis is only a short drive away. Gaston is constantly looking to draw new visitors and residents and, as such, is in the process of opening new businesses and attractions. There has been an increase in new home construction, with the town hoping to reach a population goal of 2,500 by 2025.
If you and the pooch are planning on spending a few days in the area, then both the Days Inn and Super 8 Motel in nearby Muncie accepts two dogs of any size for an additional fee of $10 per dog, per night.
The Rails-to-Trails Conservancy is a non-profit organization that is converting disused railway lines all over the country into walking trails. The Cardinal Greenway is one such trail. Stretching for 61 miles, and passing through Gaston, the trail takes its name from the Cardinal, the last passenger train to regularly travel the route. The Cardinal Greenway is part of the Northern Route of the American Discovery Trail, a series of trails that runs coast-to-coast across the United States. And there’s certainly plenty to see and discover on the Cardinal Greenway, including miles and miles of unspoiled scenery, and hiking that you and the pooch will love.
The Noblesville/White River Greenway Trails offer many interesting finds and beautiful scenery in northwestern Hamilton County. The trail starts at the old Hamilton County Courthouse, and there is a Museum of History at the southwest corner of the courthouse. One of the many sights on the trail includes the inactive “Nickel Plate” Railroad and a boardwalk bridge over the White River. Before the bridge was built, a ferry crossed the river, charging a nickel. You’ll see every kind of building – from mansions to barns – along this trail. The trail takes in Forest Park, which has many amenities, such as picnic tables, shelters, grills, playgrounds, water, and restrooms, as well as a miniature golf course called “Tom Thumb Golf”.
The wonderfully-named Canine Companion Corral in nearby Anderson has everything you need to keep your doggie busy for a few hours. Let him off the leash so he can try out the obstacle course while you sit at one of the nearby tables and relax. Annual pooch passes are available for a nominal fee and will allow you to bring your dog to run and play off-leash at any time. And if your pooch is not worn out after all the obstacle courses, you can go hiking in the nearby Mounds State Park, with the White River running through it.
Another great doggie spot not too far from Gaston is the Emerson Dog Park. Located on the site of the former Emerson Elementary School, it houses a memorial that includes two large original monoliths, one with the school’s name and one with the year it was dedicated (1922). The northern half of the park is fenced in for all dogs, while the southern half is reserved for small dogs. Each section includes a dog waste station and a water fountain that serves both people and dogs. There are shady areas as well as benches which were rehabilitated by a former resident of the neighborhood.
If you're looking for a bite to eat, Vera Mae's Bistro in downtown Muncie serves delicious upscale American cuisine. You can enjoy everything from Turkey Tomato Focaccia, Steak Tips, and Linguine Emilia to seasonal selections such as salmon, scallops, and the Chicken Brie Raspberry plate. As well as delicious desserts, they also serve craft cocktails. There are several dog-friendly tables on the patio for you and your pooch. Afterward, take a stroll around the Emily Kimbrough Historical District – named after author and journalist Emily Kimbrough – a neighborhood that was once home to Muncie's socially elite. The district contains several of Muncie's beautiful late Victorian and Post-Victorian houses.
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