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I work at a healthcare technology company. Unfortunately, my work schedule does not allow me to have my own dog, but I enjoy caring for animals and getting outside! Your dog will be in excellent hands during our walk. Each walk is an adventure, and I can powerwalk or go at a more leisurely pace; whatever your four-legged friend prefers!
Top Pet Caregiver
“Providing the best care for your best friend!”
Being with animals makes me happy! I grew up with dogs and cats and have owned dogs, cats and even horses as an adult. I currently own three small dogs: 10 year old Riley, 4 year old Henry and a puppy named Stella. Previously I worked for 13 years as a teacher’s assistant for elementary kiddos so I have lots of patience! I am also trained and certified in dog first aid. Rest assured that I will treat your pup with love and care!
Top Pet Caregiver
Socially Distanced Pet Care
Dog first aid and/or CPR, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience, Obedience training, Potty training, Therapy training, Puppy training
“I can’t wait to care for your furry friend!”
Hello! My name is Pete and I just graduated from California Maritime Academy, studying marine transportation. I have owned dogs for almost my whole life and share love for all animals. I am from Connecticut where I have an adorable yellow lab named Toby. I will treat your dogs as if they are my own as I know just how important they are to you. I have experience with both little and big dogs and look forward to spending time with your furry friend.
Top Pet Caregiver
Can run with dogs, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
Hi! I am Danielle and I grew up in Massachusetts with a Black Lab and a Samoyed/Golden Retriever mix. I fell in love with dogs quickly and they have been my partners in crime while hiking, snow shoeing, running, etc. ever since. I am comfortable with dogs large and small and can't wait to meet your pup soon!
I love dogs. I am fairly comfortable with walking both small and large dogs as long as they are fairly well trained and don't pull too much. I know that it is important to make sure that any dog we encounter along the way is friendly before we approach it. I also know that on very hot days it is important to be observant for signs of heat stroke. If I fear the dog is suffering from heat stroke I will take precautions and treat it immediately. Weather permitting and with permission from the owner, I'd love to take the dog to the dog park. However, I will make sure that the dog is trained to come when called before I let them off the leash. I would definitely never put a dog in harm's way. Most importantly, I would do my best to bond with the dog and be someone the dog enjoys being around.
Hi, I'm Ally! I just recently moved to Raleigh in October of 2017. I grew up in Cape Cod, Massachusetts with my three dogs Lilly, Cortez, and Roman! Lilly was a Lab/Boxer mix that we adopted from the MSPCA, Cortez was a Chihuahua that we adopted from a pet store, and Roman is a Golden Retriever that my parents bought to become a therapy dog for myself! Currently, my boyfriend and I own our own dog named Toby, who is a Husky mix that we adopted from the Wake County Animal Center! I began dog sitting when I was younger. Our neighbor Matthew had a Border Collie named Stanley that we watched every time he traveled for his job. It was from as little as three days to the longest of two and a half weeks. I love all animals, dogs especially! I've been vegan for three years due to my love of animals. I plan to go to school to be a Veterinarian Technician in the near future. I would love to use my endless compassion for animals to ensure your pet is treated with the best service; keeping them healthy, entertained, and most importantly, happy! I will treat your pet with care, kindness, and love. I will make sure they will receive the best Wag! experience, keeping them safe and happy!
My name is Wills; I am currently a student at Fordham University, studying Communications and Environmental Science. I have lived with multiple dogs throughout my life; with that, I have been vegan for three years, so a passion for animals (in this case, dogs) is only natural! Respect and care for animals has always been something I highly valued, and I am eager to foster a connection with your dog.
“Dogs are life! :)”
Hi I’m Jane! I grew up with large dogs, cats, birds, and chinchillas. I used to walk dogs year round on Cape Cod where I’m originally from. I would also house sit if needed and bring them to the groomers. My own fur family includes two poodle mixes and an elder rescue cat! Currently I work for a family caring for their pets and some with health issues/ behavioral set backs that I help work on. I have love for all animals and I’m excited to possibly meet your dog!
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, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience, Obedience training, Socialization training, Potty training, Therapy training, Puppy training
I have been raised around dogs and raised dogs alike. My family has had 4 dogs since I've been alive and each one of them has been a member of my family. The dog's I have owned range in age and size. My current dog is a 6th month old lab chihuaha mix. I do not live at home currently as I am at school, but I still love taking care of dogs and that is why I work for wag.
Can run with dogs, Fast walker
Hello, my name is Christine and I am an animal lover that has your “family member’s” needs and safety in mind from start to finish! I have a background as a veterinary technician and am very familiar with reading the many different signals an animal can give you while working with them. I am patient, gentle, and caring and would love to meet your dog!
The city of Eastham, Massachusetts is located on the “forearm” of Cape Cod, and is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean on the eastern side, and the Cape Cod Bay on the western side. This means that Eastham has several popular ocean and bay beaches. In fact, Eastham is known as the gateway to the Cape Cod National Seashore and the Outer Cape. The beaches and trails in this town make it easy to maintain the active, healthy lifestyle you and your dog enjoy!
A woofderful place for dogs and their walkers to get some exercise in Eastham is the Cape Cod Rail Trail. This is just one of the many trails supported by the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy. It runs from the town of Dennis to Wellfleet, and passes right through Eastham. This 22 mile paved pathway is easy on the paws and the eyes, and short side trips lead to some of the many beaches in this area. Leashed dogs are welcome!
If you and your pup want to kick back in nature and stay a while, check out the Atlantic Oaks Campground. The Cape Cod Rail Trail actually touches the back of this ideally situated campground. Dogs are allowed to stay here too, but they need to stay leashed when they’re not inside your vehicle. This campground has a long list of amenities, including modern restrooms, a store, and a playground.
With all of these dog friendly activities available, it’s clear that if you and your dog love the outdoors, you’ll love Eastham!
The Kingsbury Beach Road neighborhood of Eastham has plenty of spaces to get some fresh air and exercise with your dog. Windmill Park is home to the oldest windmill in Cape Cod, and has large grassy areas to relax and play on. In this park you can take a peaceful walk by the water, with lovely views of the windmill and church. This park also hosts several community events, including concerts, art shows and the annual Windmill Weekend. Well-behaved dogs are welcome in the park as long as they stay leashed and are picked up after. When your stomachs start growling, head over to Mac’s Market and Kitchen located in the same neighborhood. This casual seafood market and eatery has outdoor dog friendly tables and delicious ceviche!
Many beaches in Cape Cod allow dogs during the off-season, but on a hot summer day, what's a dog to do? Check out the Nauset Light Beach. This beach allows leashed dogs all year round, and is located in the North Eastham neighborhood. The area has an endless sandy beach along the Atlantic ocean, and a picturesque lighthouse situated among rugged cliffs. You may even be able to spot some seals from this beach! So as not to disturb the wildlife, dogs are not allowed in posted locations during shorebird nesting, staging and migrating periods. When you’re in need of a frosty treat on a hot day, head over to Ben & Jerry’s, in the same neighborhood. They offer a massive variety of ice cream flavors and outdoor, dog friendly seating.
Just a short trot across the border brings you into the East Orleans neighborhood of Orleans. This neighborhood is proud home to Nauset Beach, only a 15 minute drive from Eastham. This 10 mile stretch of beach has gorgeous rolling sand dunes that your pup can run and play on. After all that play time, you and your dog can cool off by rinsing and repeating in the Atlantic Ocean. Dogs are welcome to enjoy some off-leash playtime on this beach during the off season, between October 1st and May 1st, but are not allowed during the peak season. Don’t forget the waste bags, and your pal’s favorite ball!
Just a 15 minute drive south along the elbow of Cape Cod, brings you to the Town Center neighborhood of Brewster. This area is home to many gorgeous areas where you can get some fresh air with your dog. A hidden gem is Wings Island. Here you can find a boardwalk through the salt marshes to access the island, and many short trails in the surrounding area. This is great place to go with Fido to enjoy views of the beach and wildlife! To get immersed in nature, check out the Shady Knoll Campground. This campground combines convenience and nature, and welcomes leashed dogs. It’s also central to some of Cape Cod’s favorite attractions! Amenities include modern restrooms, hook up and non-hook up campsites, wifi, laundry facilities, and even a convenience store across the street!
A scenic drive north brings you to Provincetown, located at the very tip of Cape Cod. In this town, you can find the Pilgrim Bark Park, just 40 minutes from Eastham. This dog park was rated one of the top ten dog parks in the United States by Dog Fancy Magazine. So check out this park for some glorious off-leash freedom, and some pawsitive socialization with other furry friends in a safe environment. The park features separate fenced in areas for small and large dog breeds. It is also adorned with sculptures, benches designed by local artists, and a super-sized dog house.There are water fountains and waste bags available for use, but don’t forget your dog’s favorite toys!
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