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Hello! I’m very excited to meet your pupper. I fell in love with dogs as a child, eventually, I was able to convince my mom to get an English Mastiff. Go big or go home I guess was my thought! We spent a lot of time taking their training courses and learning how to walk our giant baby. With a great harness and great training, I can say I’ve never had a problem walking a dog that’s twice my size. When I moved out to San Diego I had to leave my sweet boy (my mom refused to give him up) and can’t wait for some kisses from your baby.
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Hi! I am a lover all four legged friends with wagging tails. I also enjoy all things outdoors. I have a lot of experience with dog walking and “dogsitting.” I started out watching family members’ dogs while they were out of town and then when I went to college, I branched out and began taking care of more animals. I now have several dogs that I keep often, sheik their owners are away. I hope to meet your doggo and take care of them and love them while you are away or unavailable!
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My name is Anthony. I just finished my Freshman year at Western Kentucky University. I am majoring in Sports Management. I enjoy playing Basketball and working out.
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Greetings, my name is Kareina and I have been a proud dog owner my whole life. I grew up taking in many strays and created unforgetable bonds with them. I've owned large dogs like Golden Retrievers to tiny dogs like the Miniature Pinscher and many in between. Currently, I own a Chihuahua, Eddy and a Terrier Rambo. I understand how important taking care of our pets is and I plan to continue putting my heart forward and taking care of animals for the rest of my life.
The charming city of Cynthiana is home to more than 6,000 people, and you'll find it along the Licking River in Harrison County, Kentucky. Cynthiana prides itself on having small-town vibes and excellent quality of life while providing its citizens with an abundance of economic opportunity. With its fertile soil and a climate ideal for cultivating tobacco, Cynthiana was once one of the biggest producers of burley leaf tobacco in the world. Today, the city is still thriving, but it has dynamic industries that also produce hay, corn, and beef cattle. Cynthiana also has four city parks, and while it may not have an off-leash park of its own quite yet, there are plenty just a short drive away.
The northwestern corner of Lexington, Kentucky is only 30 miles from Cynthiana, and this is where you and your pooch will find the Masterson Station Dog Park. This off-leash park is part of a major city park, and it regularly hosts canine-focused events. There are two sections in the park -- one for big dogs and another area for small dogs -- and you'll also find doggy bags and waste disposal supplies. This is just one of several dog parks near Cynthiana that you and your dog are sure to enjoy!
There's another dog park in Lexington that you won't want to miss, and this one is found in the neighborhood of Griffin Gate. It's located in northern Lexington, and the Coldstream Dog Park is less than 30 miles from Cynthiana. Many visitors say this is their favorite dog park in the area, and it sits on a generous 12-acre section of land. The park is divided into sections for big and small dogs, and the grass in the middle is left unmowed so dogs can explore the brush. Within the dog park, there are water faucets and bowls, as well as waste disposal supplies and seating areas.
Open Gates is a neighborhood in southwestern Lexington that's home to more than 1,500 people. It's a little more than 30 miles from Cynthiana, and this area is also near the Wellington Dog Park. This 3.4-acre off-leash park has a space for big dogs and a section for small dogs, and the park is designed to look like a horse farm. Whether your dog is racing up and down the park's rolling hills or getting a good sniff of the many trees, they're sure to have fun. There's a water fountain outside of the off-leash area, so you may want to bring a bowl to fill up and bring into the park with you.
Another one of Lexington's furrific dog parks can be found near the south-central neighborhood known as Andover Hills. It's about a 40-mile drive from Cynthiana, and the Jacobson Dog Park is well worth the trip. Jacobson Dog Park opened many years ago, but it underwent a major renovation in 2014, and it now occupies eight acres of land. That space is divided into sections for big and small dogs, and there are also double-gated entryways to the park. You'll find a water spout and bowls at the park, as well as waste disposal supplies, and plenty of shade provided by mature trees.
In under an hour, you and your dog can drive to western Versailles, Kentucky and arrive at the Falling Springs Center Recreational Area. Within this park, you'll find a state-of-the-art recreation center, sports fields, playgrounds, picnic areas, and barns, as well as an off-leash dog park. The Woodford County Dog Park has areas designated for big or small dogs, and there's a water hose and bowls to provide a hydration station for dogs. There are seating areas for pet parents as well as waste disposal supplies, but this dog park doesn't have agility equipment. Your dog can join you in many other outdoor areas of the main park, including on the trails, when they're on a leash.
Frankfort is a city in Kentucky that's home to more than 25,000 people, and the eastern quadrant of the city is just over 30 miles from Cynthiana. In this area, you'll find the East Frankfort Bark Park. There's so much to love about this off-leash park, including one section with open fields pawfect for a game of fetch, and another enclosed wooded area with a creek running through it. You'll also find a selection of agility equipment if your dog wants to show off their special skills, and the park has water fountains, waste disposal supplies, and seating areas, too!
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