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“I’d love to walk your dog!”
Hello, my name is Stephanie. I'm an artist and I love animals, have since I was a kid. I've always been told that I am a calm, kind, patient and observant person. Because of that, I feel like it’s always been easy for me to understand animals and get along with them. I'm currently working with a group of animators to create a short animated film and studio. I've spent a bit too much time indoors lately, so I'd love to get out more, and to do it while walking a dog would be a big plus!
Top Pet Caregiver
Socially Distanced Pet Care
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
My name is Arianna and I became a dog walker because I missed being around dogs when I left for college. I have grown up with dogs my whole life, and my family currently has 2 dogs who I love to spend time with when I am back in my home state of Minnesota. I have experience working with a variety of dogs from volunteering at the Animal Humane Society for two years.
“Supporting your pet’s happiness and health!”
I have been professionally caring for pets full-time for over 5 years, so I’ve pretty much seen it all! I am a vet tech, and have worked with dozens of dogs each day at a boarding kennel. I’m currently apprenticing to become a certified dog trainer. Perhaps you have a puppy, a senior, a dog who’s dog-aggressive, leash reactive, or requires medication? I’m very comfortable handling all of these things and more! My goal is to keep your dogs happy, safe, exercised, and practicing good behaviors!
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, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
I am a musician and bass player from Massachusetts. I am a animal lover and grew up having dogs in the house. I have lots of experience taking care of dogs and have spent many summers dog sitting and walking for work. I look forward to meeting you!
Top Pet Caregiver
Hi all! My names Isabel and I’m 18 years old. I just got back from volunteering at a dog shelter in Peru, and am seeking to continue loving and caring for more pups here in the US!
My name is Meg and I look forward to meeting your dog! I grew up with a dog, and love getting outside with dogs of all kinds. My dog is a beagle, lab, and shepherd mix and she 14 years old but she still has a lot of energy! Aside from loving dogs and the outdoors, I study environmental science and sociology at Wheaton College. I’d love to take your dog outdoors with me, whether its a stroll around the block or a jog through the woods!
Top Pet Caregiver
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Dogs who pull, Fast walker
“Patient and energetic dog lover”
My name is Mason, and I live in Florence with my pit mix Beatrice. I adopted Bea when she was about two-years-old, anxious, and entirely unsocialized. Since then I have put countless hours into training and rehabilitating her, and that experience has given me the patience to look after other dogs as well. Bea has helped me become understanding and flexible with how I interact with all dogs, which makes walking and training them even more enjoyable. I look forward to meeting your furry friends!
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
hello! My name is Rav, and I’d love to walk and care for your dogs! I have the ability to communicate well with animals and determine and assess their comfortability and needs. I value the presence that pets give to us humans, and would love to create a happy and healthy environment for your dog to flourish!
Socially Distanced Pet Care
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
My name is Lucia, I am a person who loves dogs. I am in post grad and would love to walk your dog between classes! Please consider me as I love dogs of all types and love to go the extra mile.
Are you and Fido looking for a nice place to take your walks? Consider wandering down the Canalside Trail. As part of the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, an organization that turns old railways into community trails, the Canalside Trail is the perfect place for you and your canine companion to get some exercise and take in Massachusetts’ beauty. Owners can decide whether or not their dogs are leashed or not, but owners are responsible for their dogs at all times and need to clean up their dogs’ business.
The Northfield Mountain Recreation and Environmental Center is a unique place to take your pup. Open from 9:00 a.m. to dusk, with no admission fee, this center has 26 miles of carriage-road-width trails and 6 miles of single track trails. You and your pooch can get some exercise in a fun environment that also offers water at outside faucets. Dogs must be on-leash and cleaned up after. Pets are not welcome during ski/snowshoe season.
Located in Orange, Massachusetts, the North Quabbin Dog Park is a football-field-sized dog park that is divided into three sections: one for small dogs, one for large dogs, and one for training and agility. All sections are double-gated. Water bowls are provided, but restrooms and water are not available. North Quabbin Dog Park is open during daylight hours and is free to get in.
The Mohawk Trail/ Colrain Road area has one of Greenfield’s main attractions. The Green River Conservation Land is a favorite spot among the locals. Although dogs are not allowed in the swimming areas, there is plenty of green space for your pup to enjoy. Take your leashed fur baby for a stroll around the park. Relax under one of the shade trees or stop for an afternoon snack at a picnic table. If you’re paying a visit to Greenfield, there is also a Days Inn nearby. This hotel has pet friendly rooms, perfect for settling in after a busy day.
If your pup is looking for some outdoor fun, the Bernardston Road/ Wayland Drive neighborhood is the ultimate Greenfield destination. Located here is Temple Woods, a forested area with a popular running and hiking trail. Follow the trail to Highland Pond and let your canine companion perk her ears up at the sound of the frogs. Another option is Rocky Mountain Park. This park has three trails, including one to the favorite Poet’s Seat Tower. Griswold Conservation Area is also located nearby. This 200 acre conservation area has a network of trails and a lush variety of trees and shrubs. With interpretive signs along the way, you and your pup are sure to learn a thing or two. Dogs must be leashed in all three parks, but this shouldn’t get in the way of them having a puptastic time!
If their fur is getting tangled or their nails are a little too long, pups living in the Silver Street/ Federal Street neighborhood can book an appointment at Dips and Clips. The folks at this full service grooming salon specialize in sprucing dogs up and making them look their best. After an appointment, take your newly done up pup on a walk around the residential streets in the area. Not only will he get some exercise, he’ll get to show off his new dapper ‘do. Make sure to stop and let your pup meet and greet neighbors, both the two legged and four legged kind.
The Greenfield City Center has a couple parks that would get your dog’s tail wagging. Hillside Park is a hub for activity that features a playground and a softball field that can provide some great people watching for your four legged friend. Get your dog’s paws moving with a walk down the park’s paved path, but make sure she is leashed. Energy Park is an eco-friendly park which can teach you about green living with interpretive signs, garden demonstrations and onsite composting. During summertime, bring your dog to this park on Sundays and Thursdays for live music. The City Center is also home to Quality Dog Training. Improve your pup’s skills with classes such as puppy kindergarten and therapy dog training.
The Greenfield Road and Briar Way neighborhood has Greenfield’s only dog park. Paws Park is located inside Green River Park. This pawsome dog park has two enclosed areas. One area is a large grassy area for dogs to let loose and run off some energy. The other area is covered in pebbles and has agility equipment for all levels of canine athletes. Two legged patrons can sit on one of the many benches and watch their dogs romp and play. If you’d like to take a forested walk, put the leash on your pup and meander through Green River Park. Walk through the densely vegetated park near the banks of the Green River and enjoy some quality time with your best friend.
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