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    “Safety, Love, Fun”

    I focus on communication between parent and pet. I have worked with about 100 dogs/day for the last two years, and I easily accommodate a variety of needs for each individual dog. I personally have a Greyhound/Pit mix who I am training for his dog-dog aggression and hyper-arousal, so I won’t shy away from your large, strong dog who could pull a sled across concrete, and I am proud parent to a Basset/Beagle, who has some mobility issues. Whatever your needs, I will exceed your expectations.

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    Specialties

    Dog first aid and/or CPR, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience


    Mollie M.
    2020-02-24T08:42:41-08:00
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    “Comprehensive care for your fuzzy family”

    Hi! I’m Izzy I’m a junior in college looking to help out with some pups. I have lots of experience with animals, I’ve had them all my life, worked on farms, fostered, etc. My schedule is very open so hopefully I can help you out!

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    Anne N.
    2022-02-06T12:28:40-08:00
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    “All dogs will always be welcome here”

    Hi my name is Charlotte, and I currently also work as a kennel technician so I have previous experience with taking care of pets. I have also grown up walking dogs for friends and family. I am very friendly and would love to watch or walk any breed or size dog.

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    Can run with dogs


    Emily P.
    2021-11-22T06:27:40-08:00
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    I have much experience with many different types of dogs. I grew up around dogs and have raised three dogs myself. I am frequently entrusted by family and friends to care for their dogs and homes.

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    penvisa B.
    2017-03-24T11:35:46-07:00
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    “Safety, Love, Fun”

    I focus on communication between parent and pet. I have worked with about 100 dogs/day for the last two years, and I easily accommodate a variety of needs for each individual dog. I personally have a Greyhound/Pit mix who I am training for his dog-dog aggression and hyper-arousal, so I won’t shy away from your large, strong dog who could pull a sled across concrete, and I am proud parent to a Basset/Beagle, who has some mobility issues. Whatever your needs, I will exceed your expectations.

    Background Checked

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    Specialties

    Dog first aid and/or CPR, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience


    Mollie M.
    2020-02-24T08:42:41-08:00
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    Verified Deluxe

    “Comprehensive care for your fuzzy family”

    Hi! I’m Izzy I’m a junior in college looking to help out with some pups. I have lots of experience with animals, I’ve had them all my life, worked on farms, fostered, etc. My schedule is very open so hopefully I can help you out!

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    Anne N.
    2022-02-06T12:28:40-08:00
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    Sam went above and beyond! 10/10 would hire again

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    Isabel is a good communicator. She was good to my dogs.

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      Sam went above and beyond! 10/10 would hire again

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      Isabel is a good communicator. She was good to my dogs.

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    Best Dog Friendly Neighborhoods in Fryeburg

    Fryeburg

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    59 per sq. mi.

    Fryeburg

    4848

    If you’re looking for a place to stay while you’re in Fryeburg, consider camping! There are a couple of campgrounds in town that offer basic amenities for wilderness-type tent camping. The Swan Falls Campground is a dog-friendly place with 18 wilderness sites and a convenient place to launch your canoe or kayak for a river cruise with Fido. A small camp store sells ice, firewood, and other necessities. Canal Bridge Campground on Main Street is another small campground that offers toilets and hot showers, secluded spots for tent camping and a beach on the Saco River with tent sites, ideal for accessing the river for a day paddle. Please remember to keep your pup leashed. For a gentler, more traditional place to sleep, the Admiral Peary Inn B&B is for you! This dog-friendly inn invites dogs to stay with their humans and even join them for breakfast! Arf! 

    Conway Town Center

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    407 per sq. mi.

    Conway Town Center

    3636

    Only 8 miles from Fryeburg, Conway Town Center, also known as Center Conway, is home to Saco Bound, which features pet-friendly rafting, canoe and tubing adventures on the Saco River. The company rents paddling equipment or will help you put in/take out at the river if you have your own. They also provide lifejackets. You can choose from a variety of trips, including overnights at private campsites, where Fido must be leashed.  For a change of scenery, you may want to head over to Conway’s Oliverian Brook Trail, a nearly 7-mile out-and-back trail along the Brook in the White Mountain National Forest that is mostly level and great for hiking with your pup. Hikers describe it as relatively flat and a secluded walk with few other people. Fido will love being with you on this one!

    North Conway

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    485 per sq. mi.

    North Conway

    2424

    In addition to its reputation as a skiing village and retail outlet heaven, North Conway is host to a few excellent dog-friendly restaurants, all featuring outdoor seating for your furry bestie to join you for a meal. McGrath’s Tavern serves up a combination of Irish and American food in a sports-pub setting with a patio offering a furbulous mountain view. Brandlis features burgers, wings and other casual fare. The Flatbread Company restaurant serves gourmet pizza and beers and boasts an especially nice closed in area where pups are welcomed and provided with water. Arf! Black Cap Grille is an American eatery with seafood, Asian fusion and New England faves like lobster rolls and haddock. The Wild Rose at Stonehurst Manor features classic New England fare with an Italian flare, like polenta and pizza. Bone appetit!

    Intervale

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    7 per sq. mi.

    Intervale

    1212

    The community of Intervale, New Hampshire is just 9 miles from Fryeburg, and is dotted with lakes and outdoor activities for you and your canine companion. Trails in the Wood is a system of 12 trails designed for walking/hiking, observing nature, with cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing in the winter. The entrance and parking area are off Rt 16/302, with a road leading to the Great Ridge Trail and its looped side trails. With its 100 acres, this park neighbors on the Saco River and contains a large pond, and the Sugar Shack Loop Trail that leads to the site of maple-sugaring demonstrations. This is a pawrfect place to come with the family and Fido for some outdoor fun! 

    Lovell

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    9 per sq. mi.

    Lovell

    00

    The town of Lovell is just a few miles from Fryeburg, and is home to the Kezar River Reserve, 114 acres along Mill Pond where a 1-mile hiking trail features sightings of waterfowl along with beavers and otters. What a treat for your fur-pup, who can be off-leash if under good voice control within the reserve. You may also see deer, moose, owls and hawks, and a large variety of songbirds. The looped trail begins and ends at Parnes Landing Road off Main Street, and features a canoe launch on the Kezar River. In the winter, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing are favorite activities to share with the furries. Furbulous!

    Fryeburg

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    59 per sq. mi.

    Fryeburg

    4848

    If you’re looking for a place to stay while you’re in Fryeburg, consider camping! There are a couple of campgrounds in town that offer basic amenities for wilderness-type tent camping. The Swan Falls Campground is a dog-friendly place with 18 wilderness sites and a convenient place to launch your canoe or kayak for a river cruise with Fido. A small camp store sells ice, firewood, and other necessities. Canal Bridge Campground on Main Street is another small campground that offers toilets and hot showers, secluded spots for tent camping and a beach on the Saco River with tent sites, ideal for accessing the river for a day paddle. Please remember to keep your pup leashed. For a gentler, more traditional place to sleep, the Admiral Peary Inn B&B is for you! This dog-friendly inn invites dogs to stay with their humans and even join them for breakfast! Arf! 

    Conway Town Center

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    407 per sq. mi.

    Conway Town Center

    3636

    Only 8 miles from Fryeburg, Conway Town Center, also known as Center Conway, is home to Saco Bound, which features pet-friendly rafting, canoe and tubing adventures on the Saco River. The company rents paddling equipment or will help you put in/take out at the river if you have your own. They also provide lifejackets. You can choose from a variety of trips, including overnights at private campsites, where Fido must be leashed.  For a change of scenery, you may want to head over to Conway’s Oliverian Brook Trail, a nearly 7-mile out-and-back trail along the Brook in the White Mountain National Forest that is mostly level and great for hiking with your pup. Hikers describe it as relatively flat and a secluded walk with few other people. Fido will love being with you on this one!

    North Conway

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    485 per sq. mi.

    North Conway

    2424

    In addition to its reputation as a skiing village and retail outlet heaven, North Conway is host to a few excellent dog-friendly restaurants, all featuring outdoor seating for your furry bestie to join you for a meal. McGrath’s Tavern serves up a combination of Irish and American food in a sports-pub setting with a patio offering a furbulous mountain view. Brandlis features burgers, wings and other casual fare. The Flatbread Company restaurant serves gourmet pizza and beers and boasts an especially nice closed in area where pups are welcomed and provided with water. Arf! Black Cap Grille is an American eatery with seafood, Asian fusion and New England faves like lobster rolls and haddock. The Wild Rose at Stonehurst Manor features classic New England fare with an Italian flare, like polenta and pizza. Bone appetit!

    Intervale

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    7 per sq. mi.

    Intervale

    1212

    The community of Intervale, New Hampshire is just 9 miles from Fryeburg, and is dotted with lakes and outdoor activities for you and your canine companion. Trails in the Wood is a system of 12 trails designed for walking/hiking, observing nature, with cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing in the winter. The entrance and parking area are off Rt 16/302, with a road leading to the Great Ridge Trail and its looped side trails. With its 100 acres, this park neighbors on the Saco River and contains a large pond, and the Sugar Shack Loop Trail that leads to the site of maple-sugaring demonstrations. This is a pawrfect place to come with the family and Fido for some outdoor fun! 

    Lovell

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    9 per sq. mi.

    Lovell

    00

    The town of Lovell is just a few miles from Fryeburg, and is home to the Kezar River Reserve, 114 acres along Mill Pond where a 1-mile hiking trail features sightings of waterfowl along with beavers and otters. What a treat for your fur-pup, who can be off-leash if under good voice control within the reserve. You may also see deer, moose, owls and hawks, and a large variety of songbirds. The looped trail begins and ends at Parnes Landing Road off Main Street, and features a canoe launch on the Kezar River. In the winter, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing are favorite activities to share with the furries. Furbulous!

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