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    Wag! is the nation's fastest-growing network of vetted and background checked pet sitters, overnight boarding, dog walkers, dog trainers, and even virtual vet chat. Schedule ahead for pet care while you are away, or book on-demand pet care during the workday. In 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.

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    I've had many dogs throughout my life. I've pet sat and walked many different dogs over the years as well. I love all dogs and currently have two of my own. I will treat your fur baby with love!

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    Julia L.
    2019-01-26T16:04:39-08:00
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    Hello, I’m Christina! I’m a wife, mom, and part time lecturer. I started with Wag! when I was in graduate school (and still love to walk dogs on here when I can). I have a 6 year old Labrador/Rott mix named Otis and we just love him. I would be happy to walk/care for your dog(s) just as I do my own.

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    Cicely N.
    2018-02-10T07:40:08-08:00
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    Hi my name is Maria and I have been dog sitting and dog walking for neighbors for the past 10 years. I enjoy long outdoor walks and would love to have your dog join me! I have experience with dogs of all sizes, ages and personalities, and I can not wait to meet your fur baby! I will also be sure to give you a great Wag! experience!

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    Natalie S.
    2017-10-28T09:20:14-07:00
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    “A walk a day keeps the vet away.”

    My friends call me Alli, and let’s be honest your fur babies will become my bestest of friends which automatically makes us friends right. If I could take all the strays I’d be that lady. I be 5 fur babies of my own so I understand how precious each and every baby is. With your permission I will always have treats and fresh water on standby. I know it’s hard to get a feel for people through short bio’s like this but I hope that you will let me shower your fur babies with all the love, walks, treats, and fresh water (to drink). Thank you for taking the time to consider me.

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    Oral medicine administration, Fast walker, Puppy care


    Jossh S.
    2022-06-08T15:19:52-07:00
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    Hi there! I am the mama of 2 dogs and they are my world. I have a huge love and passion for all dogs and want to share that with you and your fur baby!

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    Kelly H.
    2018-12-13T11:11:27-08:00
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    I've had many dogs throughout my life. I've pet sat and walked many different dogs over the years as well. I love all dogs and currently have two of my own. I will treat your fur baby with love!

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    Julia L.
    2019-01-26T16:04:39-08:00
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    Verified 20m Walk

    Hello, I’m Christina! I’m a wife, mom, and part time lecturer. I started with Wag! when I was in graduate school (and still love to walk dogs on here when I can). I have a 6 year old Labrador/Rott mix named Otis and we just love him. I would be happy to walk/care for your dog(s) just as I do my own.

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    Cicely N.
    2018-02-10T07:40:08-08:00
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    Julia L.

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    Maria gave my boys a nice long walk even though it was cold!

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    Kelly H.

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      Julia L.

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      Thanks for walking him in the snow

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      Cicely N.

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      Thank you so much for taking such great care of my dogs!

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      Christina K

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      Natalie S.

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      Maria gave my boys a nice long walk even though it was cold!

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      Jossh S.

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      Kelly H.

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    Best Dog Friendly Neighborhoods in Kokomo

    Old Silk Stocking

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    5,004 per sq. mi.

    Old Silk Stocking

    4848

    The Old Silk Stocking neighborhood is home to Foster Park, a 38-acre recreational open space, where you’ll find a playground, basketball and tennis courts, multi-purpose grassy space, and trails. If you’re looking for a great place for a walk, head over to Wildcat Creek, where you’ll find the Wildcat Creek Walk of Excellence. This 3.4-mile trail winds through some of the best the city has to offer, including scenic views of Wildcat Creek and historical landmarks, like the Chief Kokomo Monument. You can take it west to Miller-Highland Park, or east through downtown Kokomo. From the Walk of Excellence, you can also find the intersecting Industrial Heritage Trail, a more urban hike that takes you through a self-guided historical tour of the “City of Firsts.” While both the park and the trail are dog-friendly, they don’t have much in terms of amenities, so bring water and waste bags, and keep your pal leashed.

    Kokomo City Center

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    2,358 per sq. mi.

    Kokomo City Center

    3636

    City centers aren’t always dog-friendly, but Kokomo is furrific for pups. You can start with a walk down the streets of Downtown Kokomo for a bit of sightseeing. If you’re looking for a little more greenery, there are five dog-friendly parks in the area: Kokomo Memorial Park, Studebaker Park, Somers Park, Future Park, and Waterworks Park. Dogs must be on leashes no longer than 6 feet in all parks. After all that walking, you’ll probably be a little thirsty. Stop at McDoogal’s Irish Pub for a pint with your pup. Four outdoor tables provide space for you and your furry friend—just let the host or hostess know you’ll need one. Fluffy can lap up a bowl of fresh water while you enjoy some traditional Irish fare or some American favorites.

    Darrough Chapel

    2424
    Dog ParksDog Parks
    1 park

    Population DensityPopulation Density
    614 per sq. mi.

    Darrough Chapel

    2424

    If your hound is hounding you for some playtime, try out Kokomo’s other dog park, the Dog Park at Mohr Park. The Mohr Dog Park was opened in 2010 after the great success of the city’s first dog park across town. With plenty of room to run, bark, and play tug-o-war, it’s a pawsome place to get some exercise. There are water fountains for pooches and their people, as well as some shelter from the sun. Keep in mind that Mohr Dog Park is one-size-fits-all, so if your small dog can’t handle big fun, you may be better off enjoying the Mehlig Dog Park, or one of the many leashed trails in Kokomo. If off-leash isn’t your style, venture over to Darrough Chapel Park for a tamer, on leash experience.

    Indiana U- Kokomo/ S Lafountain St

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    2,102 per sq. mi.

    Indiana U- Kokomo/ S Lafountain St

    1212

    If you have four legs and a tail, the best part of the Indiana U – Kokomo / S Lafountain Street area of the city is the Jackson Morrow Park. Sprawling over 100 acres of woodlands, the park features a 1.3-mile paved path. You can stop there, or trek a bit further into the woods on an intersecting bark-chipped trail. Take a paws, and enjoy the lush greenery. You might catch a deer sprinting through the woods or hear songbirds. In the spring, sit-and-stay for a bit among the blossoming wildflowers. Remember to bring some water and waste bags, just in case nature calls. For a more ur-bone view, the university grounds are open to the Kokomo community, but pets are not allowed in the buildings. Hungrrrrry? You can enjoy a juicy ButterBurger, Fresh Frozen Custard, or another tasty meal from Culver’s. Their patio includes dog-friendly seating.

    Southeast Peru

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    Population DensityPopulation Density
    640 per sq. mi.

    Southeast Peru

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    A short drive from the center of Kokomo is the town of Peru, home to one of Indiana’s woofderful state parks, Mississinewa Lake. The 14,386-acre park features the Mississinewa Lake Dam and the Mississinewa Reservoir. There are plenty of activities to enjoy, including walking trails, fishing, and wildlife viewing. Learn water safety from the park’s safety mascot, Bobber the Water Safety Dog (disclaimer: not a real dog). You might even catch some of the local wildlife. Plus, if you’re looking for a pet-friendly get-away, the 400-site modern campground is the purrfect place for your pack to spend the night (or several). A few things to know before you go: dogs must be on leashes at all times unless in your tent, and they are not allowed on beaches, swimming pools, or in public buildings. 

    Old Silk Stocking

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    5,004 per sq. mi.

    Old Silk Stocking

    4848

    The Old Silk Stocking neighborhood is home to Foster Park, a 38-acre recreational open space, where you’ll find a playground, basketball and tennis courts, multi-purpose grassy space, and trails. If you’re looking for a great place for a walk, head over to Wildcat Creek, where you’ll find the Wildcat Creek Walk of Excellence. This 3.4-mile trail winds through some of the best the city has to offer, including scenic views of Wildcat Creek and historical landmarks, like the Chief Kokomo Monument. You can take it west to Miller-Highland Park, or east through downtown Kokomo. From the Walk of Excellence, you can also find the intersecting Industrial Heritage Trail, a more urban hike that takes you through a self-guided historical tour of the “City of Firsts.” While both the park and the trail are dog-friendly, they don’t have much in terms of amenities, so bring water and waste bags, and keep your pal leashed.

    Kokomo City Center

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    2,358 per sq. mi.

    Kokomo City Center

    3636

    City centers aren’t always dog-friendly, but Kokomo is furrific for pups. You can start with a walk down the streets of Downtown Kokomo for a bit of sightseeing. If you’re looking for a little more greenery, there are five dog-friendly parks in the area: Kokomo Memorial Park, Studebaker Park, Somers Park, Future Park, and Waterworks Park. Dogs must be on leashes no longer than 6 feet in all parks. After all that walking, you’ll probably be a little thirsty. Stop at McDoogal’s Irish Pub for a pint with your pup. Four outdoor tables provide space for you and your furry friend—just let the host or hostess know you’ll need one. Fluffy can lap up a bowl of fresh water while you enjoy some traditional Irish fare or some American favorites.

    Darrough Chapel

    2424
    Dog ParksDog Parks
    1 park

    Population DensityPopulation Density
    614 per sq. mi.

    Darrough Chapel

    2424

    If your hound is hounding you for some playtime, try out Kokomo’s other dog park, the Dog Park at Mohr Park. The Mohr Dog Park was opened in 2010 after the great success of the city’s first dog park across town. With plenty of room to run, bark, and play tug-o-war, it’s a pawsome place to get some exercise. There are water fountains for pooches and their people, as well as some shelter from the sun. Keep in mind that Mohr Dog Park is one-size-fits-all, so if your small dog can’t handle big fun, you may be better off enjoying the Mehlig Dog Park, or one of the many leashed trails in Kokomo. If off-leash isn’t your style, venture over to Darrough Chapel Park for a tamer, on leash experience.

    Indiana U- Kokomo/ S Lafountain St

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    2,102 per sq. mi.

    Indiana U- Kokomo/ S Lafountain St

    1212

    If you have four legs and a tail, the best part of the Indiana U – Kokomo / S Lafountain Street area of the city is the Jackson Morrow Park. Sprawling over 100 acres of woodlands, the park features a 1.3-mile paved path. You can stop there, or trek a bit further into the woods on an intersecting bark-chipped trail. Take a paws, and enjoy the lush greenery. You might catch a deer sprinting through the woods or hear songbirds. In the spring, sit-and-stay for a bit among the blossoming wildflowers. Remember to bring some water and waste bags, just in case nature calls. For a more ur-bone view, the university grounds are open to the Kokomo community, but pets are not allowed in the buildings. Hungrrrrry? You can enjoy a juicy ButterBurger, Fresh Frozen Custard, or another tasty meal from Culver’s. Their patio includes dog-friendly seating.

    Southeast Peru

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    640 per sq. mi.

    Southeast Peru

    00

    A short drive from the center of Kokomo is the town of Peru, home to one of Indiana’s woofderful state parks, Mississinewa Lake. The 14,386-acre park features the Mississinewa Lake Dam and the Mississinewa Reservoir. There are plenty of activities to enjoy, including walking trails, fishing, and wildlife viewing. Learn water safety from the park’s safety mascot, Bobber the Water Safety Dog (disclaimer: not a real dog). You might even catch some of the local wildlife. Plus, if you’re looking for a pet-friendly get-away, the 400-site modern campground is the purrfect place for your pack to spend the night (or several). A few things to know before you go: dogs must be on leashes at all times unless in your tent, and they are not allowed on beaches, swimming pools, or in public buildings. 

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