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Wag! is the nation's fastest-growing network of pre-screened and insured pet sitters and dog walkers. In less than 15 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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Hi! My name is Brenna and I am a recent graduate of Indiana University. I just relocated to the St. Louis area with my fiancée and am so excited to join the Wag team. I have been a huge dog lover my whole life and am a proud owner of an adorable Westie. I dogsat all throughout college for a sweet, loving chocolate lab. I'm a runner and love to live a healthy and active lifestyle. I love dogs of all shapes, sizes and colors and cannot wait to meet YOURS! (:
I am a collegiate soccer player with a love for dogs. I am very flexible with my walk schedule as I only work 20 hours a week at my summer internships. I have been around dogs my entire life, and I currently have 2 at home. I am a responsible, hard-working students, and I would love to get to know your pup!
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Dog Walking in Mt Vernon
Nestled in the southwestern corner of Indiana, you’ll find Mount Vernon, a small yet picturesque town that's surely worth checking out. The county seat of Posey County, the town is located on the border between Indiana and Kentucky, right on the Ohio River. Home to scenic views and friendly faces, whether you’re in Mount Vernon for a short time or you’re there to stay, it’s easy to see why dog lovers would love to call this location home.
While not a tiny town by any means, Mount Vernon manages to be just small enough to be cozy, and just large enough to offer room to grow. While you’re there, you’ll definitely want to make the short trip to Evansville, less than twenty miles away. A haven for hungry hounds and their humans, the dog-friendly food options available in Evansville can’t be missed in good conscience. Stop in Ri Ra Irish Pub and enjoy the riverfront patio, where your dog will be provided a fresh bowl of water, and you’ll be free to choose from any of the classic pub fare available on the extensive menu. Simply call ahead of time to ensure there is space for you and your pup so everyone can have fun!
Best Dog Neighborhoods in Mt Vernon
A must-see on your doggy day trip, mosey on up to the Jacobsville neighborhood, home of Talk of the Town. The Talk is a delicious pizzeria-style restaurant where your precious pup will be more than welcome to join you at any of the outdoor tables -- weather permitting, of course. Choose from their expansive menu of Italian offerings, from salad to pizza and anything in between. Locals rave over the location’s Hawaiian pizza, and regardless of your pineapple on pizza stance, you should at least give it a shot! And surely no one will judge if Fido sneaks a small bite...
Whether you’re hyping up for watching the next big game with your shaggy sports enthusiast, or you’re just looking for a place to get a nice plate of wings, Old Erie should be on your list. At the Backstage Bar and Grill, you’ll find a wide selection of delicious bar-style foods, from entrees to appetizers. Your furry friend is welcome to join you on the outdoor patio, where you can order up a nice pint, or even a pitcher of beer if you’ve brought friends. Or, maybe you’re just thirsty. Besides, it’s not drinking alone if your dog is there!
Renowned as an icon in Evansville, the Lamasco Bar and Grill in Lamasco is definitely worth a stop on your doggy day trip. Serving food from breakfast until dinner, the Lamasco boasts an extensive menu that you’re sure to find something delicious on. Enjoy a nice cup of coffee with a heaping helping of biscuits and gravy somewhere in the midst of your dog’s morning walk. Maybe even stop in for a frosty beer at the end of the day -- your dog is welcome at the outdoor patio any time. Just bring water for your dog, and get ready to party!
If you’re willing to wait a little while, carry your pup towards Iroquois Gardens. Here, you’ll find an Italian restaurant that appeals to the most refined of palates. Pangea Kitchen serves everything from gelato to homemade mozzarella to their Neapolitan pizza. All of their delicious appetizers and entrees are guaranteed to stun, and perhaps most stunning of all is the fact that your dog is welcome to join you on the outdoor patio on any given sunny day. Settle in with a cold drink and some icy water for your pup, and prepare for one of the best meals of your life!
If you’re looking for a bit more customization with your food, and maybe some meaty treats for your pup, head westward to Timer Park. Azzip Pizza, a pizzeria with a number of dog-friendly outdoor tables, gives you nearly limitless options when it comes to making your own delicious pizza pie. Choose from a wide range of sauces, from garlic-based to tomato-based, choose your cheese, and be ready to sneak some delicious treats for Fido. Nearly any pizza topping you can think of is available, from pepperoni to green peppers, and, yes, pineapple. Though they don’t serve a pupperoni pizza, maybe you can put in the good word!