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

    • Follow along

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

    • Get a report card

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

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    Hi!! My name is Miya and I will be walking dogs around the Traverse City area. I am 23 years old and have not gone a day in my life without owning a dog! I have an amazing pup named Freddie who is the light of my life! I love meeting new dogs and promise to treat every dog I met like he/she is my own. :)

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


    brie M.
    2019-01-18T10:13:37-08:00
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    “Dog walking to the next level”

    My name is Jake and I appreciate you checking out my bio page. I have grown up with pets since I was 4 years old. My first pet was a cat named Mickey. She was a great one that lived a long life to age 17. I also currently have a dog Max that I have had for 8 years now. My experience with animals has been quite a journey and love them very much since I could remember at a young age. Throughout High School and College, I have enjoyed working with several families in the community to offer pet sitting services. As a part time college student, I have a great deal of flexibility to work with your family’s needs and look forward to meeting you and your fur babies.

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    Courtney W.
    2022-06-01T16:25:43-07:00
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    My name is Denise and I have been an animal lover for years! I love all dogs and would love the opportunity to get to know and walk other breeds. I like to walk at a mild to moderate pace and always exercise control when walking a dog.I have many years of experience with dogs to include leash walking, playing, and some boarding for friends over the years. I look forward to meeting your pet and having a great walk !

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    Sarah T.
    2020-02-11T09:07:38-08:00
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    Hi!! My name is Miya and I will be walking dogs around the Traverse City area. I am 23 years old and have not gone a day in my life without owning a dog! I have an amazing pup named Freddie who is the light of my life! I love meeting new dogs and promise to treat every dog I met like he/she is my own. :)

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    Specialties

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


    brie M.
    2019-01-18T10:13:37-08:00
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    Verified Deluxe

    “Dog walking to the next level”

    My name is Jake and I appreciate you checking out my bio page. I have grown up with pets since I was 4 years old. My first pet was a cat named Mickey. She was a great one that lived a long life to age 17. I also currently have a dog Max that I have had for 8 years now. My experience with animals has been quite a journey and love them very much since I could remember at a young age. Throughout High School and College, I have enjoyed working with several families in the community to offer pet sitting services. As a part time college student, I have a great deal of flexibility to work with your family’s needs and look forward to meeting you and your fur babies.

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    Courtney W.
    2022-06-01T16:25:43-07:00
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    Verified 20m Walk

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    brie M.

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    Thank you so much!!! I m sure Maddie had a blast! Took very good care and wrote a good review!

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    Courtney W.

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    Thank you for being so calm and understanding with our sweet energetic boy!

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      brie M.

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      Thank you so much!!! I m sure Maddie had a blast! Took very good care and wrote a good review!

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      Courtney W.

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      Thank you for being so calm and understanding with our sweet energetic boy!

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    Best Dog Friendly Neighborhoods in Glen Arbor

    Glen Arbor

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    152 per sq. mi.

    Glen Arbor

    4848

    Glen Arbor is a small village, but there is still plenty to keep you and your pup occupied. Art's Tavern is a top-rated local restaurant with a dog-friendly outdoor patio where you can indulge in sandwiches, pizza, and seafood! Sleeping Bear Dunes leads to a dog friendly beach just a few minutes away where you can bring leashed pets as long as you stick to the east end of the beach. There are also areas along the beach where it is safe to swim, but be mindful of posted signs. Bring plenty of doggy waste bags for your pupperific journey!

    Honor

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    607 per sq. mi.

    Honor

    3636

    The village of Honor was established in 1895 as a logging town. It was incorporated in 1914 and has been gaining pawpularity among nature lovers and anglers ever since. The community is right in the middle of a stunning river valley with plenty of trout to be caught in the Platte River. The town lives for the National Coho Festival every August, which pays homage to the Coho Salmon that run up this river every year. Not far from Honor is Esch Road Beach. This beach is a great place to bring your pup to beat the heat along Otter Creek. 

    Bear Lake

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    922 per sq. mi.

    Bear Lake

    2424

    Bear Lake is a sleepy little community about an hour from Glen Arbor. It is well worth the drive if you are looking for an RV-friendly place to get away from it all for a weekend or even longer and enjoy nature with your furry little family. Hopkins Park is a local camping park in Bear Lake with 30 different sites for you to choose from. Leashed, supervised pets are always welcome. The park is open from April through October each year. There are modern amenities like bathrooms and showers to help make your stay as comfortable as possible. 

    Crystal Mountain

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    454 per sq. mi.

    Crystal Mountain

    1212

    Crystal Mountain is a unique place to visit about 50 minutes away from Glen Arbor. It is a village turned resort, with over $100 million spent since 1990 to attract all manner of visitors to the area. The resort welcomes dogs to stay with their humans as long as they wear their leashes when out and about. People are attracted to the resort during the warmer months for hiking and golf. They come back in the winter for skiing and other snow-driven fun! There are animal hospitals about thirty minutes away if you plan on staying at the resort with your pup for a little while.

    South Manitou Island

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1 per sq. mi.

    South Manitou Island

    00

    South Manitou Island is a simply beautiful place to visit just off of the coast of Glen Arbor. You can get there by boat and enjoy a place more than 500 years old. There are campgrounds throughout the island for visitors to make themselves at home. You can bring your pup on this wild adventure as long as you keep him harnessed and with you at all times. There is plenty of wildlife and shipwreck and exploration history throughout the island. There are even some ghost towns to sniff out! Stick to marked paths while making your way along the island dunes to protect the fragile environment. 

    Glen Arbor

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    152 per sq. mi.

    Glen Arbor

    4848

    Glen Arbor is a small village, but there is still plenty to keep you and your pup occupied. Art's Tavern is a top-rated local restaurant with a dog-friendly outdoor patio where you can indulge in sandwiches, pizza, and seafood! Sleeping Bear Dunes leads to a dog friendly beach just a few minutes away where you can bring leashed pets as long as you stick to the east end of the beach. There are also areas along the beach where it is safe to swim, but be mindful of posted signs. Bring plenty of doggy waste bags for your pupperific journey!

    Honor

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    607 per sq. mi.

    Honor

    3636

    The village of Honor was established in 1895 as a logging town. It was incorporated in 1914 and has been gaining pawpularity among nature lovers and anglers ever since. The community is right in the middle of a stunning river valley with plenty of trout to be caught in the Platte River. The town lives for the National Coho Festival every August, which pays homage to the Coho Salmon that run up this river every year. Not far from Honor is Esch Road Beach. This beach is a great place to bring your pup to beat the heat along Otter Creek. 

    Bear Lake

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    922 per sq. mi.

    Bear Lake

    2424

    Bear Lake is a sleepy little community about an hour from Glen Arbor. It is well worth the drive if you are looking for an RV-friendly place to get away from it all for a weekend or even longer and enjoy nature with your furry little family. Hopkins Park is a local camping park in Bear Lake with 30 different sites for you to choose from. Leashed, supervised pets are always welcome. The park is open from April through October each year. There are modern amenities like bathrooms and showers to help make your stay as comfortable as possible. 

    Crystal Mountain

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    454 per sq. mi.

    Crystal Mountain

    1212

    Crystal Mountain is a unique place to visit about 50 minutes away from Glen Arbor. It is a village turned resort, with over $100 million spent since 1990 to attract all manner of visitors to the area. The resort welcomes dogs to stay with their humans as long as they wear their leashes when out and about. People are attracted to the resort during the warmer months for hiking and golf. They come back in the winter for skiing and other snow-driven fun! There are animal hospitals about thirty minutes away if you plan on staying at the resort with your pup for a little while.

    South Manitou Island

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1 per sq. mi.

    South Manitou Island

    00

    South Manitou Island is a simply beautiful place to visit just off of the coast of Glen Arbor. You can get there by boat and enjoy a place more than 500 years old. There are campgrounds throughout the island for visitors to make themselves at home. You can bring your pup on this wild adventure as long as you keep him harnessed and with you at all times. There is plenty of wildlife and shipwreck and exploration history throughout the island. There are even some ghost towns to sniff out! Stick to marked paths while making your way along the island dunes to protect the fragile environment. 

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