Dog walking in Steep Falls

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What is Wag!?

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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Anne NSteep Falls, Standish

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I am a part time RN and mother of 3 grown children. Over the years we have had may dogs from pugs to Lab mix pups. I love dogs and have learned much about them. I’m looking forward to getting to know many pups!

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Kate BSteep Falls, Standish

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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!

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Bianca MSteep Falls, Standish

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Hi, I'm Bianca! I'm a full-time 4th grade teacher and a part-time pet sitter and dog walker. I've been house/pet sitting and walking dogs since 2013 and have experience walking dogs in both urban and suburban settings. I've also walked pups of all shapes and sizes! I can't wait to get walking with your furry friend.

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Dorothea PSteep Falls, Standish

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“Passionate about pet care!”

My name is Dorrie and I've been taking care of dogs my whole life! I have two dogs at home with vastly different personalities and activity levels so I have experience with a wide range of behaviors. I'm almost as passionate about exercise as I am about dogs, so dog walking is one of my favorite things to do!

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull

Jordan FSteep Falls, Standish

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Hi! My name is Jordan and I am originally from Vermont and now live in Maine. I love animals, especially dogs and have two Bernese Mountain Dogs back home and a black lab puppy here in Maine with me! I look forward to walking all of your furry loved ones and help keep them happy and healthy pups!

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Cristina CSteep Falls, Standish

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“We don't deserve dogs”

My philosophy of taking care of your fur baby is to treat them with the exact same care and love as their parents bestow upon them. By creating the same environment and feel that they are used to receiving leads to trust that they are in good hands. It's important to keep up their routine and I make sure it happens.

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Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, Dogs who pull, Puppy care

Rose MSteep Falls, Standish

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“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.

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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

Sarah WSteep Falls, Standish

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My name is Sarah and I have been a dog owner and a dog lover my entire life. I have been fostering rescued dogs for several years now and helping them find homes, so I am very experienced! I have been around all sizes, breeds, personalities, and ages of dogs so I know how best to interact with different kinds of dogs. I understand the magnitude of responsibility that comes with walking someone else's dog; I can ensure that I am capable of being a loving and trustworthy dog walker for your pet!

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Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Genevieve DSteep Falls, Standish

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Hi! My name is Genevieve and I am a student at Belmont University. I grew up in Maine with an Ausinchon (mix between an Australian Shepherd and a bichon) named Henry!! I used to dog sit at home and even had my tenth birthday at an animal shelter! I love dogs and the outdoors, I look forward to meeting your doggies!

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Dog Walking in Steep Falls

Steep Falls is a small village set in the western corner of the town of Standish. The Saco River runs through this small Maine town that was developed in 1750, and Steep Falls was named after its prized waterfall. Although the waterfall only drops 6 feet, it is one of the state’s top-volume falls, which brings visitors from miles around to sunbathe on its sandy shores. With one veterinarian in this small village, your pup can feel safe in Steep Falls.

Take your pup to one of the parks found in this area for a pawrific day out. Memorial Park is geared for sports participants, although dogs can have some off-leash fun on the park’s fenced sports fields between games. The park’s new dog park will open soon on ¾ acres of land, and will featuring a hand-pump water station, trees and benches.  Memorial Park offers porta-potties, and requests that all dogs be on-leash and cleaned up after. The Boundary Road Ballfield is a fenced sports field where Fido can have some off-leash supervised fun. Lastly, there is 3,971-acre Steep Falls Wildlife Management Area which is perfect for you and your pup to enjoy nature.

Pack a picnic and water while visiting the area’s parks, or you visit a dog-friendly dining destination in the nearby town of Standish.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Steep Falls

Little Falls

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Population Density
754 per sq. mi.

Little Falls

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Little Falls is a township in the city of Gorham, just east of Steep Falls, and offers lots of outdoor adventure your pup is gonna love! The Gorham Trail features flat ground, giving you and your pup an easy stroll. The Frog-Hollow Farm Preserve has a loop trail around the pond, and Little River Preserve has two hikes – one easy and one difficult along the river and through the woods! Try the Shaw Park Trail with access to the famous 28-mile Sebago of the Sea Trail. When hunger strikes, head over to the Sebago Brewing Company and have a burger at their pup-friendly  outdoor dining tables.  

Frye Island

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Population Density
3 per sq. mi.

Frye Island

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Frye Island is a 1,500-acre island in the town of Cumberland on Sebago Lake, northeast of Steep Falls. Take the ferry to its 15-different beach areas offering various amenities. Try Beach 6 with its small lighthouse and mountain views, Beach 7’s shady and quiet location, or Beach 10 with a lovely path down to water’s edge. There are plenty of choices here, even for the most discriminating of pups! After a stroll on the beach, head over to Frye’s Leap Café to enjoy their fresh Maine seafood at this dog-friendly island eatery for a tasty lunch or dinner.

Naples

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Population Density
102 per sq. mi.

Naples

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The town of Naples, just north of Steep Falls, offers the Sebago Lake State Park. Its 1,342 acres of forested land is one of the five original state parks in Maine. There is plenty to do for you and your dog, with hiking trails, different area beaches, and endless biking. You can pitch a tent at one of their 250 campsites, and sleep under the stars with your pup! Or launch a boat into the lake on the foothills of the White Mountains. Restrooms, water and food is available, but pack a picnic to enjoy with your dog. The park is dog-friendly throughou,t but keep Fido on-leash.

Limington

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Population Density
88 per sq. mi.

Limington

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Just west of Steep Falls, you will find the town of Limington. Discover Little Ossipee River Trails with its pet-friendly 2,200 acres. Hike the miles of trails of this preserve which follow along the Saco River. Some areas may be steep, so plan ahead. Better for the smaller or elderly pups is the Jagolinzer Preserve with its 20-acres and scenic loop trail that passes the old dam and the Saco River. There is no leash law here, but your pup must be under voice control. Be sure to pack a nice picnic basket, water, and clean-up bags to keep these areas unsoiled.  

Standish Town Center

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Population Density
157 per sq. mi.

Standish Town Center

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The Town Center neighborhood of the city of Standish offers 2 great places to take your pup. Sebago Lake Land Reserve is a 1700-acre area that includes the Sebago to the Sea Trail and the Mountain Division Trail. This area is great for summer activities, like fishing, hiking, and berry picking, and winter ones, such as cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. The Sebago Land Preserve offers easy hiking trails on its 2.7 mile loop by the lake for some on-leash pawtastic fun! To cool down, head to Papa’s Ice Cream where you and your pup can enjoy a cone at their 6 outdoor tables.