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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.
I love dogs, and since I have a flexible schedule right now would like to spend my time walking your pup! I have experience taking care of the needs of small and bigger dogs.
“Dog lover from the Upper West Side!”
Hi! My name is Phoebe and I'm a dog lover born and raised on the Upper West Side! I have loved dogs my entire life and although I haven't gotten my own until recently, I have always eagerly accepted opportunities to care for and spend time with other dogs whenever possible. I have been dog sitting and dog walking for many years, from my grandmas little Pomeranian named Pompom, to my friends big golden retrievers, I have experience in both sitting and walking dogs!
Oral medicine administration, Puppy care, Training experience
“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!
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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
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
West Truro is a stunning part of the town that is home to Corn Hill Beach. This relaxed, family-friendly beach also welcomes leashed dogs so your whole family can enjoy some time together. Corn Hill Beach is not only known for being peaceful, but it is also known for being very clean and one of the best spots in coastal Massachusetts for watching sunsets. The waves are gentle, and the sand is soft here so both children and dogs can walk and play safely on the beach. During the summer, dogs are welcome before 9 AM or after 6 PM, but during the off-season, any time of day works to bring your dog here.
North Truro is a peaceful area popular with young families as well as families with pets. In North Truro, you'll find the lovely Head of the Meadow Beach. During the summer, this beach is patrolled by lifeguards, which families with young children especially appreciate. During the busy summer season, your dog is welcome to join you at this beach before 9 AM or after 6 PM as long as they are on a leash. When it is less busy in the off-season months, your dog is welcome at Head of the Meadow Beach during any time of the day, but they still must be on a leash.
A 45-minute drive from Truro to South Dennis, Massachusetts takes you the Crowes Reservation Beach where your on-leash dog is allowed to join you from September to Memorial Day. During the summer, there are nesting birds in the area, so dogs are not permitted in order to keep these nesting birds safe. This big beach is surrounded by several wooded walking paths, and visitors to Crowes Reservation Beach note how friendly both the people and the pets are here. If you stay until the end of the day when the tide is low, you'll be able to walk all the way out, and you'll spot several people collecting oysters along the way.
The Cape Cod National shoreline is designated as a National Park, and a 17-minute drive from Truro to Provincetown, Massachusetts will get you to the Herring Cove portion. This serene beach is found at the end of Cape Cod, and it is popular with both locals and tourists who are looking to have a great beach day. Despite its popularity, the beach always feels peaceful. Your dog can accompany you to the beach if he's on a leash. There are restrooms, food, drinks, showers, and plenty of parking along Herring Cove, which makes it a convenient place to spend a day with your dog.
Marconi Beach is a dog-friendly beach found 15 minutes away from Truro in Wellfleet, Massachusetts. Marconi Beach is known for its spectacular sand dunes, as well as being a pawsome place to bring your dog for some exercise. There is also an observational platform where you can take in the sights of the ocean and the bay. There is also a walking trail right nearby that features countless varieties of vegetation and plenty of opportunities to explore with your dog. There is a steep cliff behind the beach that is a great place to spot humpback whales, surfers, and swimmers from.
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