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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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“Bringing pups happiness. Just like they bring us.”
My name is Montana and I am an enthusiast of all of our four-legged friends. I have raised doggos all my life, along with other animals. I was originally going to college as a biology major to become a veterinarian to help take care of dogs. I am looking into becoming a certified dog trainer and have the American Red Cross Pet First Aid App at my disposal on my phone. Animals are what gives me happiness, and I only hope to give your pup back the happiness that he or she gives to the world.
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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration
friendly personality always greet with a smile animal lover working to be a CNA kind hearted will respond quickly very active own two cats enjoy meeting new people
Hi! My name is Heather. I’m 31 years old and have 6+ years of experience working with dogs. I was a manager at a dog daycare, boarding, and grooming facility for 2.5 years. I’ve also had dogs throughout my whole life. I’ve watched family and friends’ dogs for weeks at a time and the occasional walk! I’d love to help you out with your pup or pups!
Hello! My name is Livia. I'm a junior in college and I enjoy taking care of animals. I was a dog owner for 10 years of a rescue dog and I look forward to walking your dog(s)!
Can run with dogs, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience
Hey! My name is Alisha! I play roller derby here in Tampa and love being with my 2 King Charles Cavaliers. I have always loved dogs and look forward to meeting yours! I am reliable and dedicated to keeping your dog happy and safe. Just as I treat my dogs like family, I will do the same with yours.
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The city of Henderson is a beautiful city filled with places where you can bring your dog. This Kentucky city has sixdog-friendly parks, including one off-leash dog park. There are also numerous dog-friendly restaurants in Henderson, and there are five veterinary clinics.
For a leisurely stroll with your dog, head over to Atkinson Park, where dogs are welcome on-leash. This neighborhood park is located right on the Ohio River, providing great views. Atkinson Park has a short path where you can walk your pup, and there are also plenty of benches and picnic tables where you can relax and enjoy the views with your furry best friend.
If you want to take your dog on a longer walk, check out Panther Creek Park in Owensboro. This large park is about 27 miles from Henderson, and it has seven paved walking paths where you can walk your dog on-leash. Some of these trails go past the park’s lovely six-acre lake, where you can go fishing if you like. No matter what trail you choose to go on, you and your dog will have a fun time walking here.
Henderson is filled with pawesome dog-friendly activities, including parks and restaurants that welcome dogs. You’ll never have to worry about running out of things to do with your dog in Henderson!
Audubon Heights is home to Henderson’s one off-leash dog park, Community Bark Park. Here, your dog can run and play in separate small and large dog areas. Both areas are fenced in, and there are picnic tables for owners to sit at while their dog plays. There’s also a doggy water fountain in the dog park. When your pup is all finished playing, get lunch with them at Mr. B’s Pizza and Hot Wings. Grab one of this casual restaurant’s four dog-friendly tables, and enjoy delicious and classic bar fare, like wings, burgers, and pizza.
Want to take a long walk with your pup? Head over to John James Audubon State Park. This state park has one trail where you can walk your dog on-leash: Eagle Glen Pet Trail. This 0.9-mile trail begins in the Audubon Museum parking lot. From there, it will take you up a variety of hills, providing stunning views of the surrounding area. The trail also takes you through forests and along ravines. Bring some doggy bags and water for yourself and your dog, and have a great time hiking in this park.
This Henderson neighborhood has another woof-derful park where you can bring your dog on-leash: Sandy Lee Watkins Park. This park features over 500 acres of fields, woodlands, and lakes. There’s also a beautiful antique wooden bridge here. You can see all of these great sites on Sandy Lee Watkins’ three miles of flat and paved hiking trails. Bring water and some doggy bags, and have fun hiking with your dog at this park. After your hike, have a snack or a picnic lunch with your dog at one of Sandy Lee Watkins’ 10 shelters. If you’d like to cook up some burgers or hot dogs for you and your dog, grills are available at these shelters.
For another fun park, head over the Indiana border to Evansville and check out Lamasco Park. This park is 13 miles from Henderson, and it welcomes dogs on-leash. Here, you can walk on a flat and paved trail that goes through the entire park. Along the way, the trail passes open fields and beautiful Pigeon Creek. You and your dog will have a great time walking here! After the park, treat yourself and your dog to lunch at Lamasco Bar & Grill. Here, you and your dog can enjoy sandwiches, wings, burgers, specialty pizzas and more at Lamasco’s dog-friendly outdoor tables.
This Newburgh neighborhood is home to another pawesome place to take your dog for a walk, Indian Hill Overlook Park. This park is about 18 miles from Henderson, and it welcomes dogs on-leash. Here, take your pup for a walk on a short trail that goes to the top of Indian Hill. From here, you’ll get amazing views of the Ohio River. If you want to go on a longer walk, this park also connects to the Rivertown Trail Greenway. This paved trail goes along the Ohio River, providing great views the whole way through. Bring some water and doggy bags, and have a pawesome time walking on this trail.
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