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Hello pet parents My name is Don Beebe I'm from Fort Wayne,IN. I have 3 dogs myself 1 pomeranian and 2 pekingese. I'm not working at the moment due to cancer treatments but I love to walk dogs as a good way to keep me active. I live in 08 area and would love to be a part of your dogs daily activities.
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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
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Hi! My name is Sarah. I grew up with several large dogs (German Shepherds) and was always comfortable with them. I currently have a working breed dog who is very protective and a smaller mutt who frequently pulls because he loves to sniff. I am able to keep both dogs on the trail/sidewalk, know when to keep a short leash and know when to keep my distance. I have a fanny pack with pockets for bags, a spot for a water bottle, and two D-rings to clip leashes to.
Can run with dogs, High energy 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
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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
The town of Ossian is about 16 miles south of Fort Wayne. This small community boasts four area parks and a set of athletic fields. If you're seeking veterinary care for your pooch, you'll find an animal clinic here.
There's a puptacular recreation area located about 15 miles south of Ossian. Head to Ouabache State Park outside of Bluffton with your furry pal. This facility includes campsites, picnic facilities, a playground, and five trails of varying difficulty and length. Leashed pets can explore designated parts of this property.
If you want a place where your pup can socialize with other canines, register for a pooch pass to Pawster Park on Winchester Road. This Fort Wayne facility is about 16 miles north of town. You'll find picnic tables, water stations, and some agility equipment here. There are vaccination requirements and an annual fee for using the off-leash area.
Pack up the RV or tent and head to Kil-So-Quah State Recreation Area for a camping vacation. There are tent sites and electric hookups available at this facility on J. Edward Roush Lake. Hike the trail that's on-site with your canine companion. Remember to control Spot with a leash when you're outside.
Ossian is near a variety of pet-friendly outdoor facilities.
Ossian includes single-family homes, apartments, a few industries, a shopping area, and an elementary school. You'll find some neighborhood blocks here where you and your fur-baby can get your exercise. Take Fido over to Archbold Wilson Park to play with other canines. This 62-acre property has a walking trail, a fishing pond, and a fenced dog run. Register for an annual pass for the Bone Yard Dog Park at the Ossian Town Hall. You'll find agility equipment and benches in the facility. For time alone with your pal, leash up and stroll on the path in the rest of the park.
Uniondale is about 7.5 miles southwest of Ossian. This small rural community has single-family homes, a few churches, a farm, and a granary. Out here, you can walk past farm fields for daily exercise. A furrific area to explore with Spot is Anna Brand Hammer Nature Preserve. The Acres Land Trust property is 2.6 miles north of the village. Follow the half-mile trail around this 40-acre forest and admire the wildflowers. To help protect the plants and animals that live here, restrain your canine pal with a leash at all times. Pack water and bags for your outing to clean up any droppings.
The village of Murray is about eight miles south of Ossian. There are country estates, a few farms, and a church in this unincorporated community. For daily exercise, walk along Rose Road by the Wabash River with your four-footed friend. If you'd prefer to get off the road and explore the woods, head to Acres Along the Wabash. This Acres Land Trust property is just northwest of town on East County Road 111 N. There's a 2.3-mile trail that wanders along bluffs and through forested areas here. Watch for migratory birds and wildflowers as you traverse the path with your canine pal.
The Oak Street neighborhood in north Bluffton is about ten miles south of Ossian. You'll find some industrial buildings, single-family homes, a trailer park, and a few small businesses here. You and Fido can get some exercise by hiking north on the Oak Street Extension along the Wabash River. If you want to take your fur-baby on a campout, head to the Bluffton/Fort Wayne South KOA off West Lancaster Street. This facility has cabins, RV hookups, and tent sites available. There's a bark park where your pooch can play off-leash. In other areas, control him with a tether up to six feet long.
About 10.2 miles south of Ossian in the neighborhood around North Main Street and West Wiley Avenue, you'll find residential streets, some administrative buildings, four parks, and a church. There's a furrific place to take your special pal on the corner of South Indiana Street and West Market Street. Let Spot romp with other four-footed friends at Bluffton Canine Commons. There's some agility equipment and a picnic table in the fenced area. Submit a registration form with the annual membership fee and proof of vaccinations to obtain a key to this dog park. Bring bags to pick up any droppings when you visit.
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