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“Outdoor enthusiast and friend of dogs!”
I love being active and spending time with animals! While growing up, I tried my hardest to convince my parents to adopt dogs, but had to settle for hamsters, guinea pigs, and rabbits. I have always had an affinity for animals, but have felt especially connected to dogs, which lead me to begin dog walking for friends when I was only five years old. Since then, I have spent countless hours walking and taking care of dogs - I hope I have the opportunity to spend time with your pup soon, too!
Can run with dogs, Training experience
“Walking to keep their tails wagging!”
My name is Lindsay. I am from Portland, Maine. I grew up with a Siberian Husky named Kayla who I loved to walk every day in the snow. After she passed we adopted Brooks beagle terrier mix who only has three legs but does great! I am an online college student @ the University of Southern Maine. I have been recently watching/walking a few of my friends dogs realized how much I missed being outside and the joy of dogs!
Top Pet Caregiver
Can run with dogs, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
Hi! My name is Kate, and I am recent grad from Providence College. My home is Portland, ME where I live with my parents, two little brothers, and our Cockapoo named Finn. Growing up, I always walked the dogs in my neighborhood and helped families out with pet sitting. I love every second I get to spend with animals, so I can’t wait to meet your pup!
“entrust your pet to me when you are busy or away”
My name is Rose. I am a conscientious, trustworthy pet lover who have grown up with dogs as part of my family. I have a 7-year old golden named Daisy and an energetic 10-year old Maltese mix named Gordie. We love to go for walks and explore new places. I also have 2 rescue cats, 13-year old Izzy and 3-year old Fred. For the past three years, I have been an active volunteer at the ARLGP. I look forward to working with you and your beloved pet or pets.
Dog first aid and/or CPR, Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull
Hello, my name is Matt! I am an avid dog lover and would like to spend some quality time with your doggo. Born and raised in Portland, I enjoy the city and everything that comes with it. Sports are a big part of my life; been involved with them since day one. Being active is also very important to me: I love going on bike rides, working out, runs, etc! But most importantly, I'm here to build a connection with your dog and hope to make a friend for life!!!! If you have any questions, just ask :)
“Live fast. Pet dogs.”
Hi everyone, My name is Mike. I’m a graduate student at USM hoping to do a little more while I work toward my degree. Ive had dogs since I was a little kid and currently my own puppy so I’m sure I’ll love hanging out with your fur buddy. I’m an early riser and I enjoy the cold so I’ll be happy to keep your fren walked even in Maine winters. Thanks for reading. Hope to hear from you soon.
Can run with dogs, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Fast walker
Hello! I've loved dogs ever since I was a little girl but because of my family's living situation i have never been able to own one myself. Because of this I am filled with love and knowledge for an animal that has no outlet. I do own 3 cats and a bunch of fish wich receive much love and spoilage. Hopefully with the profits I make from walking I will be able to continue to spoil them!
“I’m here to ensure your dog has an amazing time!”
Hello! My name is Scott. I am a student at SMCC and absolutely love dogs. I've grown up around them and had dogs around me my whole life. I even spent time as a doggy camp counselor and absolutely love all dogs, from small to large. As a Wag! Walker it is my job to ensure each and every dog I look after has all their needs met and that they enjoy themselves. I'm happy when they're happy!
Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy 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.
Hi there! My name is Lauren and I am 21 years old. I currently live in Cape Elizabeth. I absolutely adore dogs, I have one Havanese now and grew up with two golden retrievers. I am extremely responsible and dependable and I am available to pick up some last minute walks.
Can run with dogs, Senior dog care, Fast walker
Harpswell is a town in mid-coast Maine that consists of peninsulas and 3 large islands (Bailey, Orr’s and Sebascodegan) as well as over 200 smaller islands. It is connected to the rest of Maine by a piece of land called Harpswell Neck. Originally inhabited by the Abenaki Indian tribe, it was then a farming and shipbuilding community. Today, the town is primarily a tourist destination with fishing and lobstering as its other industry. Its natural beauty attracts artists and photographers, but dog-lovers are drawn to the many pet-friendly parks and trails nestled among the islands, such as the Long Reach Preserve.
The Long Reach is a 95-acre preserve that permits dogs to be off-leash and under voice control from August 1 to mid-April, but on-leash during bird-nesting season from April 15 to July 31. This area features a challenging 1.5-mile trail that begins at the parking lot and proceeds through forest and bog, then descends to the shore of Long Reach. Long Reach is a submerged valley that drains with low tide to become mudflats. From the top of the Preserve, you and Fido can look across to another trail system: Cliff Trail, and its rocky cliffs. There are multiple opportunities for scenic views and photographic moments. It’s a pawsome hike!
Should your fur-buddy become ill or injured while in the Harpswell area, there are at least 2 veterinarians in Harpswell, with several others in nearby Brunswick, Bath and Topsham. They are ready and able to get your pup wagging again in no time!
So take in all that the coastal town of Harpswell has to offer you and your adventurous pup!
The Harpswell Town Center contains the Cliff Trail system, which follows along the shore of Strawberry Creek and rises to the 150-foot cliffs that are visible from the Long Reach Preserve. The trailhead is at the parking area on Mountain Road, and the trails meander through the forest to Henry Creek, down along the cliffs and past a cut-off trail that contains a fairy house zone for the kiddos’ enjoyment. Another fairy house zone lies to the south at the point where the best viewing of Long Reach exists. The trail is just over 2 miles long and takes approximately an hour to complete, depending on your pace. Birds and wildlife will interest your fur-pup along the way during all 4 seasons. In winter, paths are groomed for snowshoeing, and the wintering-over species appear: deer, rabbits, cardinals and chickadees, among others.
This Harpswell neighborhood is home to the dog-friendly Curtis Farm Preserve, with a 1.25-mile trail system that traverses fields, through the forest and ultimately to the shores of Basin and Curtis Coves and their gravel beaches. The property also includes a freshwater pond and wetlands to explore for waterfowl and other wildlife. You will find shellfish in the mudflats, and the views are fantastic! Take Fido for a hike, but keep him leashed during nesting season April 15 to July 31. Other times, he can be under voice control. Hungry? There’s a picnic area on the Basin Cove side, near the pond, as well as a spot with water access in case you’re in the mood for some cruising or fishing. Woofderful!
Dog-friendly Orr’s Island lies just to the south of Harpswell Center, and it features the Devil’s Back Trails, West and East. The West Trail loops north and south from the parking area on Harpswell Islands Road (Rt 24) near Seal Rock, and meanders through wooded lands before descending to Long Cove in 3 separate loops. The park has provided a bench about halfway down for resting and viewing the beautiful cove. On the East Trail, which is comprised of 2 long loops that intersect near the parking area, you can view the scenic Gun Point Cove, while the Seal Rock Trail affords views of seals basking in the sun, playing and fishing. This is also where there might be ospreys riding the thermals looking for their fishy dinners or perched in their large “stick nests.” Your fur-pup will especially enjoy these samples of marine life, along with the other birds and mammals you’re likely to encounter on your walk. He can be allowed off leash if he is under good voice control.
Further south from Orr’s Island on Rt 24 will bring you to Bailey’s Island, home of the Johnson Field Preserve, an open meadow at the head of Mackerel Cove with 2 convenient parking areas. This recreational gem features great dog-friendly activities including walking, picnicking with the family, access to the beach for romping and swimming, and a great place to launch a canoe, kayak or motorized boat for a day or afternoon on the water. The views from the Preserve are fantastic, and it is open year-round. In the winter, sledding on the meadow’s gentle hill is a family favorite, and some fur-pups love to chase that sled and its human down and back up again! Furtastic!
The Goslings are 3 undeveloped small islands so named because they lie just south of Lower Goose Island in Casco Bay, east of Harpswell Center and part of Harpswell. They are uninhabited, but 2 of the islands have established campsites where pups are welcome, as well as meadows and woods to explore, and a sandbar connects them at low tide. Woof! The third island, named Irony, is primarily a sand bar with a few wind-bent trees, but is home to a pair of long-time resident ospreys who unintentionally pose for pictures and fish for dinner in the inlet between the islands. All 3 islands can be reached by private boat or launch from Harpswell Center, and are available for day trips if remote camping isn’t your thing.
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