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Wag! is the nation's fastest-growing network of pre-screened and insured pet sitters and dog walkers. In less than 15 minutes you can book a nearby dog sitter, daycare provider, or dog walker, who'll take complete care of your loved one - at their place or yours.
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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!
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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
Hello! My name is Kaitlyn and I am the proud parent of a wonderful shi-tzu. I am an independent dog sitter/walker and have experience with dogs of all sizes and personalities. I love spending time with dogs whether it is a quick stroll or an extended hike. I look forward to hanging out with your dog!
Top Pet Caregiver
Senior dog care, 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!
I have worked with animals for the past 4 years. I have worked in multiple animal hospitals and I've also worked in multiple doggy day cares. I really believe dog walks are one of the best things you can do for your dog, it stimulates there minds and exercises them. Also, since I'm a dog trainer in training(I trained my own service dog and I am planning to go to animal behavioral college next year) I will not let any pup pull me around, so if you have a dog that isnt the best on a leash i'm your girl! Cant wait to meet you guys!
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.
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!
Harwich is a New England Town in Massachusetts located on Cape Cod, known as the “warm side of the Cape.” This town has almost 11 miles of shoreline along the Nantucket Sound and draws in tons of tourists every year! The combination of trails and beaches in Harwich make it a breeze for you and your pup to maintain an active, healthy lifestyle here.
Your dog doesn’t need to miss out of the sun and surf in Harwich! Pleasant Road Beach and Red River Beach are both located along the Nantucket Sound. They’re known for their warm water and mild surf. The furtastic part about these beaches is they allow dogs to enjoy glorious off-leash freedom between October and mid May. So get ready to run, rinse and repeat with your dog on one of these beaches.
If playing in the sand isn’t your jam, Harwich also has several small urban parks sprinkled throughout the city. For a family and dog friendly green space, head over to Brooks Park. This park features athletic fields, a playground and restrooms. Well-behaved dogs are allowed here as long as they stay leashed and are picked up after.
With all of these dog friendly beaches, trail and parks, it’s clear Harwich loves dogs, and dogs love Harwich!
If you’re in the Harwich Port neighborhood, you and your dog are in for a treat! This neighborhood is the proud home of Thompson’s Field. This 57 acre conservation land has many opportunities to either get some heart pumping exercise, or some peaceful meditation in nature with your best pal. This area has looping trails through woods and fields of wildflowers where your dog can roam and play off-leash! There is drinking water available here too. Keep an eye on your dog, because the area is not fenced in. When it’s time to cool off with a frosty snack, head over to Sundae School Harwich Port. This Cape Cod ice cream shop offers specialty ice cream sundaes and more, that you can enjoy at one of their dog friendly outdoor tables.
The Pleasant Lake neighborhood is located on the south side of Harwich, and is bordered by Long Pond. This is a rural community of cranberry bogs, homes, parks, and opportunities for swimming or boating on the lake. The neighborhood is also home to Hawksnest State Park. If you and your dog want to escape into some peaceful nature, you’ve come to the right spot! This rustic park doesn't have an amenities, but it has plenty of trails meandering through the woodlands and ponds. This park is also home to some rare plants and animals, so it’s a great place for wildlife watching. Dogs are welcome throughout the park, as long as they stay leashed, don’t disturb the wildlife, and are picked up after.
One of the best things to do in Harwich is taking a stroll on the Cape Cod Rail Trail. This is just one of the many trails supported by the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, and it passes right through the Northwest Harwich neighborhood. It’s very pawpular for dogs and their walkers, so be ready to make some furry friends! This 22 mile paved pathway is easy on the paws and the eyes, and short side trips lead to some of the many beaches and parks in this area. Leashed dogs are welcome! When your stomach starts growling, check out Scribanos Market and Deli. This family run Italian deli has five outdoor dog friendly tables.
Just a hop across the border into the South Dennis neighborhood of Dennis, Massachusetts, brings you to another great treat! It’s here that you can find the Fresh Pond Dog Park. This dog park has two large fenced in areas, one for large breeds and one for the little guys. Your dog can run around off-leash, and then cool down by taking a splash in the pond or taking a seat in the shade. The sand and soft grassy footing in this park is pleasant on the paws! The park also features a half mile lakeside walking trail. Don’t forget to bring waste bags and your dogs favorite ball to play with!
Just a 25 minute drive from Harwich into the town of West Yarmouth brings you to a woofderful play area for you and your doggo! In the neighborhood of Stage Coach Village, you can find the Yarmouth Dog Park. This dog park allows for some off-leash playtime, and some pawsitive socialization with other puppers in a safe environment. There are fenced in areas for small and large dogs, with dirt and gravel surfaces. There are water fountains and waste bags available for use, but don’t forget the dog biscuits for your good boy or girl! If you’d like to stay the night in this neighborhood, check out the Yarmouth Resort. They allow up to two pets for an additional fee, but be sure to call ahead and check if pet friendly rooms are available.
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