Dog walking in Rowley

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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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Pamela RRowley, MA

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I love all animals, and have owned and dog-sat a variety of dogs throughout my life. I have 2 rescue dogs, Indiana Jones and Matheson, and get great joy out of spending time with them and watching other dogs, too. I know how important exercise is in a dogs life, and how important convenience is to dog parents. I'd like to be able to help solve both of these things by being available as a walker for dogs of all sizes, breeds, and activity levels - to put some fun and movement into their day!

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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

Harvey KRowley, MA

4.9

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I've owned, cared for, walked, and boarded dogs for many years. I love being around dogs, getting to know them, playing with them, walking them, and giving them the opportunity to be themselves. I currently have two dogs of my own. They are one of the joys of my life, and I will treat your dog with the same love and affection that my dogs get every day.

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Emily TRowley, MA

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“Your Pup’s New Best Friend! Lots of Experience!”

Hello! My name is Emily and I am an avid dog lover! I am a proud dog mom for the last 9 years of an energetic Maltese (9yo) and Labradoodle (5mo). I’ve been a professional dog walker, sitter, home boarder and friend for many “fur clients” over the last several years. I am comfortable with BIG and small breeds, introverted and extroverted pups. I find enjoyment taking care of dogs of all kinds because I like to watch them explore their world. Your precious dog is sure to find a new friend in me!

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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

Kayla CRowley, MA

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I have been working in the pet care industry for approximately seven years now. I managed a daycare and pet boarding facility for four years and prior to that, I was a Kennel Supervisor for two years with a facility located in New Hampshire. More recently, I have worked as a Vet Tech in a general practice and emergency setting, as well as with a local animal shelter. Working as a Vet Tech has provided me with the opportunity to gain the knowledge and hands on experience of the medical aspect involved in providing care to both canines and felines. I have aspired to work with animals since I was a child and have always had a true passion toward them. I have years of experience in a canine pack environment, as well as one on one with most dog breeds. I also have personal experience, as I have two rescue dogs of my own. I feel this is very important when dealing with a client's pet, as it provides the assurance that their pet is in good hands. In addition to dogs, I have grown up living with cats my whole life. I also have worked with cats in both shelter and veterinary settings. From a ferrel cat to a lap cat, I have experienced both, yet love them all the same! I can confidently medicate any animal if necessary, including pilling to providing insulin injections. My main focus is currently working in the animal care field and furthering my education with my CVT. I absolutely love working in an environment where the focus is caring for animals. My ultimate goal is to own a rescue some day. I feel as though my passion for animals and my prior experience would be a great match for you and your pet! I look forward to hearing from you regarding your furry family members' needs!

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Andrea BRowley, MA

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Hi there! My name is Andrea, and I simply love love love animals! I was a walker/sitter in Boston, moved to San Diego, now I'm back! I also volunteered at the Humane Society in Tampa. My apartment doesn't allow pets, so I will treat yours as my own! I am a registered Dental Hygienist in both Massachusetts and Florida, but am clearly changing my career path :) I just have a overwhelming need to surround myself with the unconditional love of animals! Look forward to hearing from you!

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Fast walker

Gregg DRowley, MA

4.9

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“Dog lover + walk lover!”

I grew up in dog-loving family. For the past 11 years, my family has enjoyed having Miley Joy, our beloved Shitz-Poo mix. When my daughter was in middle school, we offered a Daddy Daughter Dog Walking service to our neighbors. We love dogs!

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Kayla CRowley, MA

4.9

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I'm a lifelong dog lover who grew up with a loving Boston Terrier. Over time I've cared for many different breeds from Pit Bull to Shih Tzu. I have some experience in a doggy daycare as well as in home house sitting. I'm ready to meet your pup!

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Nikki-Lynne HRowley, MA

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Hi I'm Nikki. I have been working with dogs since I started at Essex Aggie in 2008. I am a certified groomer and have spent many years working with and loving many puppies. When ever any of my friends go away I am their go to for dog sitting and walking.

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Holly LRowley, MA

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“Hi I’m Holly! Your trusted dog walker & companion!”

I have always had a deep love for animals, especially dogs. I have been dog sitting for years before working for Wag, which I have been doing for 2 years now. I volunteered at the NEAS in Salem MA for a year. I think it is very important to be compassionate about animals and it shows a lot about a persons character. I am reliable, dependable, friendly and active. I would love to take care of your companion! Plus who doesn’t love tail wags and puppy kisses?

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Austin WRowley, MA

4.8

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“Walk N’ Roll!”

Hello! My name is Austin and I live in Andover. I’ve been walking dogs for about three years now and I couldn’t be happier — being outside and getting to spend time with my four-legged buddies is so awesome. I walk dogs any size and at any walk pace; no one is too big, small, slow or fast for me.

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Dog Walking in Rowley

Rowley is a former manufacturing town that produced shoes, textiles, boats and wooden wagons. Manufacturing continues to be a large commercial sector, along with construction and real estate. More interesting for pups, however, is the numerous parks and trail systems that are pup-friendly and perfect for outdoors-loving humans and their dogs. Rowley also contains 2 veterinarians in case your pooch becomes ill or injured.

The William Forward Wildlife Management Area, which Rowley shares with the town of Newbury, is 2083 acres of marshy wetland and wooded upland that features walking and bicycling trails in beautiful surroundings. Bridges and boardwalks span the wetter areas, and being able to paddle in a canoe or kayak through the marshes with your fur-buddy is a bonus. The WMA is open year-round and lends itself to cross-country skiing and snowshoeing as well. You and your leashed pup will encounter many birds on your trek, whatever time of year, and many forms of wildlife live here, including amphibians, deer, and fox. What a furbulous nature walk for Fido!

Whatever reason you have for being in the Rowley area, you’re going to enjoy the many pawrrific opportunities for outdoor fun and exploration!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Rowley

Rowley

48
Population Density
290 per sq. mi.

Rowley

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Rowley is home to the Georgetown-Rowley State Forest. This park of over 1,000 acres is made up of forested land with scenic views. A multi-use trail system here welcomes leashed dogs with their humans for hiking and biking in summer, and cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling in winter. The intersecting, looped trails are accessed by a parking area on Pingree Farm Road, and meander through woods, wetlands, along and over brooks and around ponds. When you’re done hiking for the day, head on over to Spud’s Restaurant and Pub, where there are outside tables waiting for you and your furry date. Have the classic American hamburger and fried spuds, or make it a Cowboy Bourbon Burger. If red meat isn’t your thing, try one of their seafood offerings! Bone appetit!

Linebrook/ Pinefield

36
Population Density
427 per sq. mi.

Linebrook/ Pinefield

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This neighborhood of Ipswich, just southeast of Rowley, hosts the dog-friendly Willowdale State Forest. The forest is divided by Route 1 into virtually 2 separate parks with a total of 40 miles of multi-use trails. There is also a large pond in the western section called Hood Pond. The trails consist of single-lane dirt and paved road, as well as unpaved tracks, which intersect and loop through wetlands and forest, and over or through small brooks. This is the kind of hiking space that will make you feel peacefully alone with your fur-pup: quiet and calming. In the winter, come back for cross-country skiing or snowshoeing – you won’t find any noisy snowmobiles out here to fracture the quiet essence of the place. Come enjoy the woofderful trails with your pooch!

Ipswich Town Center

24
Population Density
2,591 per sq. mi.

Ipswich Town Center

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The Ipswich Town Center is where you’ll find Nichols Field, on a road with an interesting name: Labor-in-Vain Road, named after Labor-in-Vain Creek nearby. This pup-friendly park is a 15-acre open field with gentle hills that slope down to the Creek, with grassy wetlands on one side, and the Ipswich River on the other. The trails form a series of 3 loops that traverse the meadow and provide views of the river and marsh below. Imagine your fur-pup strolling by your side on his leash, heading across the grass field with birds singing in the trees surrounding you. Pawrrific!

Little Neck/ Camp Sea Haven

12
Population Density
230 per sq. mi.

Little Neck/ Camp Sea Haven

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This neighborhood in Ipswich contains Crane Beach, over 1200 acres of conservation area that is open year-round and allows leashed pups to roam with their humans from October through April. It features 5.5 miles of hiking trails through the dunes and woodlands surrounding the beach, and provides restrooms, showers and changing facilities for the humans’ convenience. The 6 trails are comprised of loops and out-and-backs, crossing and intersecting the Castle Neck portion of the Crane Beach peninsula, with other trails on the west side. With this much space to roam, this is sure to be one of your favorite adventures in the barktiful Ipswich area!

Topsfield

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Population Density
521 per sq. mi.

Topsfield

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Topsfield is home to dog-friendly Bradley Palmer State Park, featuring 721 acres of pine forest and sun-drenched meadows where you and your special Fido can hike in the summer, cross-country ski in the winter. The park features several picnic areas, plus restrooms for that time when you’ve hiked enough for the day, or just need a quick break before setting out on another trek. If you like being on the water with your fur-pup, you can launch a canoe or kayak at the boat ramp and paddle away on the Ipswich River. The combination of river, woods, fields and gentle hills makes this a pawrfect spot to spend an hour or a whole day with your furry bestie. Arf!