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Hey there, my name is Natalia! I'm a full-time TSA Officer and a full-time animal lover! I'm that that typical girl who loves dogs more than people ;) I have three cats and dogs who don’t live w/ me & I miss being able to interact with fur babies on a daily basis, so this is, not only a great way to get back into that lifestyle, but to get exercise at the same time! I'm very friendly and outgoing and always put the doggo first; I will treat them like my own! Can't wait to meet you!
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“Dogs, you the real MVP”
I'm a PSU student who would love to walk your dog! I really enjoy how dog-friendly Portland is and always bring my dog with me to grab food or coffee. I have prior experience working at a doggy daycare and have walked dogs before my time with Wag. Every dog is different, and that is why I would take the time to understand your dog's individual needs or quirks. I look forward to working with you and your pup!
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Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care
My name is Jack, I’m 21 years old and I go to college in Hoboken. I study music, and I’m originally from small-town Maine. I’ve grown up with pets my entire life and back home I currently have a golden retriever who is five named Enzo. I’ve always been around dogs and I’m very comfortable with them and controlling them in public around other animals.
Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
Hello my friends call me Chris or Topher so call me what you like. I am 21 and grew up in and around Los Angeles all of my life. I am currently doing my undergrad studying Environmental Science at Bates College in Lewiston Maine. I have a pitbull named Raider and chihuahua named Cosmo at home who are a dynamic duo. I love spending my time out in the sunshine with them and look forward to meeting more doggos.
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Brunswick is located in in Cumberland County in southern Maine. If you find yourself in Brunswick along with your beloved pet and need pet-friendly accommodation, you'll be spoiled for choice here. Choose between Artists Guesthouse, The Daniel, Thomas Point Beach Park & Campground, Rodeway Inn & Suites Brunswick or Brunswick Airbnb Rentals. The weight limits and pet fees are different at each place, so you should check them prior to booking.
Brunswick is a very pet-friendly place, so there are a lot of restaurants and cafes that allow dogs. Some of them include Joshua's Tavern, Cameron's Lobster House, Brunswick Diner, Wild Oats Bakery & Cafe, Byrnes Irish Pub II, Bombay Mahal and many more!
If you need veterinary care while you're here, you can choose from one of three veterinarians, which provide both emergency treatment and routine care.
If you want to take a walk in Brunswick, you should go to North Park, where dogs are welcome on leash. Another place that you can visit is the Princess Ledges Nature Preserve. You must also visit Eartha, which is the world's largest rotating and revolving globe! Dogs are not allowed in the museum, unfortunately.
Тhere are two places by the Androscoggin River in Brunswick where you can exercise with your dog. Both of these places are on the riverside; one of them is a park called Merrymeeting Dog Park, and the other one is the Androscoggin River Bicycle & Pedestrian Path. The park is completely fenced with separate areas for small and large dogs. It provides double-gated entrances, benches, water, poop bags and so much more! The Androscoggin River Bicycle & Pedestrian Path is just outside the park. It's a 3.5-mile walking path that officially requires your pal to be on-leash, but you can find many people with their well-behaved dogs off-leash.
Around 29 miles away from Brunswick is a perfect beach for you and your pup! Willard Beach is located in South Portland in Fort Preble. During the summer months, dogs are welcome on this public beach from 7 AM to 9 AM; in the off-season, dog are welcome at any time. The Willard Beach is a great sandy beach with nice, clean water. However, it tends to be a little cold; it is Maine, after all! It's also the perfect place for playing fetch and socializing with other dogs. Make sure you bring water and poop bags though, since they're not provided here.
Just 9 miles from Brunswick, you'll find another great place to you can visit with your dog: South End Park, which is located in a town called Bath. Dogs are allowed to be off-leash at this 11-acre park. The park provides waste bags and tools for cleaning up, and it has a designated parking lot. South End Park is opened all year. Dog have to be under voice control and be well behaved when off-leash. The park has well-maintained grass which is nice and soft on your pup's paws. There is also a river where doggos can take a dip and cool off, so be sure to pack a towel!
Robin's Garden & Dog Park is about 21 miles from Brunswick. You can find this fenced park in Lewinston on Main St/Merrill Rd. This park is a beautiful off-leash park where dogs are welcome to play! There are two separate areas: one for small dogs under 30 lbs and another one for large dogs over 30 lbs. The park includes gazebos and chairs in each separate area. There are poop bags and trash stations for cleaning up and water bowls for the thirsty pups. You should bring your own water to the park, though.
Ovens Mouth Preserve is 30 miles from Brunswick, but once you get here, you'll see why the drive is well worth it! Dogs are welcome here off-leash, but your dog has to be well-behaved and respond well to your voice commands. This preserve offers a lot; there are lots of hiking trails, peaceful coves, and salt marshes. There are no restroom facilities, though, so be prepared for that. Make sure you bring water for you and your pooch and waste bags so you can clean after your fur baby. This is also a great place for your dog to swim, so don't fur-get to bring a towel!
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