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      A top-rated local Caregiver will match with you; or you can choose to browse Caregivers near you.

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      Receive live updates and photos. Track your pup's walk via GPS.

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      Once your pet is home, view details on how the walk went, complete with a photo!

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    I'm an animal lover! Growing up I had a miniature collie as well as four cats. I’ve been doing wag for some time now and have really enjoyed the experience. Walks, boardings, drop-in visits. I love meeting the animals and caring for them! Before wag I often would watch my friends dogs when they were away and loved it!

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    Andrew J.
    2022-06-19T07:56:48-07:00
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    “Sharing Pawsitive Vibes with Pets”

    My passion for pets started when I was a kid. I grew up with 3 dogs. I have 6 years of experience as a volunteer at a veterinary clinic & 2 animal shelters. My duties involved exercising pets & organizing vet gear. I have lots of free time due to being a college student so I will dedicate my attention to your pet's happiness. Please reach out if you have questions about my services. I look forward to meeting you & your 4-legged family member! Follow me on social media: @PetCareByVal

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    Can run with dogs, Senior dog care, Fast walker, Puppy care, Training experience, Obedience training, Potty training, Puppy training


    Jen S.
    2021-06-30T14:29:51-07:00
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    “Your Dog's New Playmate!”

    Hello! I have 4 years of experience with dogs and I would love to learn more about them. I am available on weekends, noon to evening (12pm-6pm). If you are interested in a caring, safe, and loyal dog walker/caretaker, let me know!

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    Senior dog care, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care


    Rebecca A.
    2020-09-08T08:41:02-07:00
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    Verified 20m Walk

    I'm an animal lover! Growing up I had a miniature collie as well as four cats. I’ve been doing wag for some time now and have really enjoyed the experience. Walks, boardings, drop-in visits. I love meeting the animals and caring for them! Before wag I often would watch my friends dogs when they were away and loved it!

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    Andrew J.
    2022-06-19T07:56:48-07:00
    Five starsFive starsFive starsFive starsFive stars
    Verified Deluxe

    “Sharing Pawsitive Vibes with Pets”

    My passion for pets started when I was a kid. I grew up with 3 dogs. I have 6 years of experience as a volunteer at a veterinary clinic & 2 animal shelters. My duties involved exercising pets & organizing vet gear. I have lots of free time due to being a college student so I will dedicate my attention to your pet's happiness. Please reach out if you have questions about my services. I look forward to meeting you & your 4-legged family member! Follow me on social media: @PetCareByVal

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    Top Pet Caregiver

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    Specialties

    Can run with dogs, Senior dog care, Fast walker, Puppy care, Training experience, Obedience training, Potty training, Puppy training


    Jen S.
    2021-06-30T14:29:51-07:00
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    Best Dog Friendly Neighborhoods in Corunna

    Southwest Flint

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    3,203 per sq. mi.

    Southwest Flint

    4848

    Southwest Flint offers a variety of doggy distractions without a trek through downtown, especially the beautiful cluster of parks alongside Swartz Creek — a mere 23 miles from Corunna. There’s creek access for summer splashing near the entrance to the Swartz Creek Valley public golf course, and the adjacent Kellar Park has a grassy lawn just begging for a game of fetch. Or, cross the street to Broome Park and follow the walking trail through the trees and over to the ball fields of Lincoln Park. If you need a boost after all that play, both the Starbucks just west of the golf course and the Biggby Coffee a few blocks farther offer pup-cup delights and outside seating.

    East Village

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    3,000 per sq. mi.

    East Village

    3636

    Flint’s East Village neighborhood is 26 miles from Corunna, and this community’s wide sidewalks through well-heeled residential streets offer a safe cityscape for your furry friends. Best of all are Burroughs Park and adjacent Woodlawn Park, with plenty of trees to mark and green lawns to lounge on. If you’re feeling ambitious, catch the Applewood Trail in Burroughs Park and follow it all the way to Kearsley Park and the Flint River. On your way back to Corunna, stop at the 501 Bar and Grill on Saginaw St. for a meal at one of the 20 outdoor tables: the Art Deco décor and eclectic menu are nothing to sniff at.

    Birch Run area

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    810 per sq. mi.

    Birch Run area

    2424

    The village of Birch Run, halfway between Flint and Saginaw and about 35 miles from Corunna, is the perfect spot for some retail therapy. First stop is the Doodle Dog Bakery to stock up on handcrafted doggy delights made from all-natural, human-grade ingredients. The bakery is part of the Birch Run Outlets, and your on-leash pals can join you for some window shopping throughout the outdoor mall. There are 2 dog-friendly hotels and 7 dog-friendly restaurants surrounding the outlets, so feel free to stretch out your trip. If your pups are too fancy for off-the-rack fashion, though, they can head down the street to Miss Lucy’s Dog Bandannas and custom-order their neckwear with a monogram or personalized design.

    Fenton area

    1212
    Dog ParksDog Parks
    1 park

    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,700 per sq. mi.

    Fenton area

    1212

    The City of Fenton is a doggy delight just 27 miles from Corunna. First stop is the pawpular off-leash Thompson Road Regional Dog Park, with separate play areas for small and large dogs. If you still have energy to burn, head for the Dauner Mountain Nature Preserve. Inside the city limits, Dauner Mountain offers 155 acres to explore on 4.5 miles of hiking trails. If you and your pups need some protein before that kind of hike, head straight for the dog-friendly outdoor seating at the Beale Street Smokehouse in Downtown Fenton. If you overdo it, stop at the Lindon County Park’s 1.5-mile walking trail on your way home. 

    Holly

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    2,000 per sq. mi.

    Holly

    00

    Thirty-seven miles from Corunna, just past Fenton, the community of Holly is home to the Seven Lakes State Park with 1,400 acres of boating, hiking, and snowshoeing adventure for you and your fur family. The park has six miles of trails to explore, plus cross-country skiing treks for your favorite sled dogs. The park's seven lakes offer 200 acres of water if you see some dog-paddling in your future. You can fuel up at the Bittersweet Café in the village of Holly, with  brews on tap and a comfy patio perfect for summer afternoons. On the southern end of Holly you will find the 640 acres of Rose Oaks County Park, a wild expanse crisscrossed with hiking and snowshoe trails and popular with equestrians (so expect some interesting piles to sniff).

    Southwest Flint

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    3,203 per sq. mi.

    Southwest Flint

    4848

    Southwest Flint offers a variety of doggy distractions without a trek through downtown, especially the beautiful cluster of parks alongside Swartz Creek — a mere 23 miles from Corunna. There’s creek access for summer splashing near the entrance to the Swartz Creek Valley public golf course, and the adjacent Kellar Park has a grassy lawn just begging for a game of fetch. Or, cross the street to Broome Park and follow the walking trail through the trees and over to the ball fields of Lincoln Park. If you need a boost after all that play, both the Starbucks just west of the golf course and the Biggby Coffee a few blocks farther offer pup-cup delights and outside seating.

    East Village

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    3,000 per sq. mi.

    East Village

    3636

    Flint’s East Village neighborhood is 26 miles from Corunna, and this community’s wide sidewalks through well-heeled residential streets offer a safe cityscape for your furry friends. Best of all are Burroughs Park and adjacent Woodlawn Park, with plenty of trees to mark and green lawns to lounge on. If you’re feeling ambitious, catch the Applewood Trail in Burroughs Park and follow it all the way to Kearsley Park and the Flint River. On your way back to Corunna, stop at the 501 Bar and Grill on Saginaw St. for a meal at one of the 20 outdoor tables: the Art Deco décor and eclectic menu are nothing to sniff at.

    Birch Run area

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    810 per sq. mi.

    Birch Run area

    2424

    The village of Birch Run, halfway between Flint and Saginaw and about 35 miles from Corunna, is the perfect spot for some retail therapy. First stop is the Doodle Dog Bakery to stock up on handcrafted doggy delights made from all-natural, human-grade ingredients. The bakery is part of the Birch Run Outlets, and your on-leash pals can join you for some window shopping throughout the outdoor mall. There are 2 dog-friendly hotels and 7 dog-friendly restaurants surrounding the outlets, so feel free to stretch out your trip. If your pups are too fancy for off-the-rack fashion, though, they can head down the street to Miss Lucy’s Dog Bandannas and custom-order their neckwear with a monogram or personalized design.

    Fenton area

    1212
    Dog ParksDog Parks
    1 park

    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,700 per sq. mi.

    Fenton area

    1212

    The City of Fenton is a doggy delight just 27 miles from Corunna. First stop is the pawpular off-leash Thompson Road Regional Dog Park, with separate play areas for small and large dogs. If you still have energy to burn, head for the Dauner Mountain Nature Preserve. Inside the city limits, Dauner Mountain offers 155 acres to explore on 4.5 miles of hiking trails. If you and your pups need some protein before that kind of hike, head straight for the dog-friendly outdoor seating at the Beale Street Smokehouse in Downtown Fenton. If you overdo it, stop at the Lindon County Park’s 1.5-mile walking trail on your way home. 

    Holly

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    2,000 per sq. mi.

    Holly

    00

    Thirty-seven miles from Corunna, just past Fenton, the community of Holly is home to the Seven Lakes State Park with 1,400 acres of boating, hiking, and snowshoeing adventure for you and your fur family. The park has six miles of trails to explore, plus cross-country skiing treks for your favorite sled dogs. The park's seven lakes offer 200 acres of water if you see some dog-paddling in your future. You can fuel up at the Bittersweet Café in the village of Holly, with  brews on tap and a comfy patio perfect for summer afternoons. On the southern end of Holly you will find the 640 acres of Rose Oaks County Park, a wild expanse crisscrossed with hiking and snowshoe trails and popular with equestrians (so expect some interesting piles to sniff).

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