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“The most reliable and responsible college student”
I’ve had multiple dogs throughout my whole life. I currently have two large dogs so I know how to handle big, energetic, goofball dogs. I know how to look for body language in dogs and know when they are scared or uncomfortable or just want to play. While my parents were gone, I watched our puppy so I know how to potty train and walk puppies. I also had to watch over our old dog so I know how to administer oral medication. I go above + beyond for your dog every time and love them like my own!
Top Pet Caregiver
Dog first aid and/or CPR, Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience, Obedience training, Socialization training, Potty training, Puppy training
“I’ve never met a dog I don’t love”
Hi! My name is Andrew, and I just graduated from Villanova with my Masters. I am new to Florida, having just moved here for work. I have grown up with dachshunds all my life and continuously volunteered at my local humane society back home in Michigan. I love all dogs and am so excited to get to interact with yours!
Top Pet Caregiver
Dogs who pull, Puppy care
Hello dog moms and dads, My name is Alyssa and I would love to take care of your fur baby while you're away. Long walks around the city are my favorite and having your pup around would only make it better! And you can't forget about those belly rubs. I'm great at that too! Can't wait to meet your pup, Alyssa
Top Pet Caregiver
Woof! My name is Adam, and I've taken care of critters all my life, and continue to do so. I have mainly dealt in rescue animals, so I've done my fair share of helping to rehabilitate critters of all kinds over the years. I am open to assisting in helping to care for animals of all kinds now too. Drop me a line if you have any questions, and allow me to assist in the care of your animals. Thanks for reading!
“Seasoned Dog Walker!”
Hi there! My name is Zoe and I have been watching and walking dogs for the past five years. I have been on Wag for the past two years now and have throughly enjoyed my many experiences! I currently work as a vet assistant and supervisor at a mobile vet clinic. I am also filling my time with classes to become a licensed veterinarian technician. I follow directions well and have worked with many different dogs of all sizes and attitudes.
Top Pet Caregiver
Socially Distanced Pet Care
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
Hi, my name is Brittany! I have loved dogs and cared for them my whole life- I had a golden retriever growing up, and have been a dog sitter for many families through the years! Now, I have two lovable pups of my own, and I hope I can help you with your pup as well!
Hi, I'm Kayleigh, and a freshman at Columbia College Chicago and currently live in the South Loop. I have two dogs, one being 10 years old and the other just 1. I've walked and trained them both since they were puppies. I'm used to working with both energetic and low-energy dogs and everything in between. I look forward to meeting your furry friend!
I'm a dog lover to the core. When I was little, I obsessed over learning about different dogs and nagged my parents to get a new puppy. I grew up with 2 small dogs who are mixed breed and now are 11 years old. I am also a regular volunteer with a local no-kill animal shelter called PAWS. Can't wait to spend quality time with your pup!!
“Caring and Patient Dog Walker”
I am a recent college graduate and have spent my entire life with animals. Growing up on a farm I’ve gained many experiences with all types of animals and of course, dogs. Always having at least one dog in my home, I’ve grown accustomed to caring for and enjoying time with all sorts of sizes and breeds of dogs. Since starting dog walking on Wag, I have gained even more experience with all types of beautiful creatures! I am here for you and for all your dog’s needs!
Oral medicine administration, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull
The city of Grand Blanc sits approximately 45 minutes north of metropolitan Detroit in Genesee County. It is a fantastic place to visit with your pooch, with many green spaces, trails and a couple of nearby dog parks for some extra furry fun. There are four vets in town, meaning this place really looks after furry companions!
South of the city centre is the the Genesys Nature Trails. This is a beautiful place to go for a leashed walk with your pup. Popular with locals and visitors alike, these trails offer scenic views through wooded areas and along a lake. You will often see wildlife, particularly ducks, and you may even spot some spectacular wildflowers.
Rust Park is little pet-friendly green space not far from the town centre that features paved trails that run through a wooded area and across Thread Creek. Other park amenities include a shelter, cooking facilities, water and restrooms.
Grand Blanc has lots of pup-welcoming places to eat as well; Pizza Mia, Roly Poly Rolled Sandwiches and Culver’s, to name just a few.
With food options galore and walking trails to explore, you are sure to have a pup-tastic visit to Grand Blanc!
This is the place to go for a great meal with your pup. He will love exploring this part of town with you and choosing a pup-tastic place to sit and refuel. There are many choices here, such as Tim Hortons for a premium cup of Joe and a hearty breakfast, or Ya-Ya’s Flame Broiled Chicken for a casual American-style snack. There is also Firehouse Subs for a deli-style lunch, or for something a little more exotic, try Taboon for a Mediterranean feast. All of these places offer outdoor seating that welcomes pups to join you. Afterwards, take a stroll around Physician's Park, with its paved walkway and viewing platform of the train tracks for a great way to end your outing.
Behind the public library, you will find the Grand Blanc Commons. This reserve covers 137 acres of bushland and has some lovely little nature trails for your pup to walk along. There is a bridge crossing Thread Creek, but many of the tracks are more natural than man-made, so wear safe, comfortable shoes when you visit. You will also need to bring water and clean up bags, and keep your pooch on leash to protect the wildlife. Afterwards, munch on some delicious baked goods from Great Harvest Bread at one of their outdoor, dog friendly tables.
Fancy an icy treat? Head to Cold Stone Creamery and take a seat at one of the pet-friendly outdoor tables. Indulge in your choice of ice cream, sorbet or yoghurt, each made fresh in-store and mixed with your choice of add-ins. When you have finished, take a stroll south down Holly Road with your pup for a look at Smith Lake. You will need to keep your pal on a lead here, but it is a lovely spot for a wander along the water’s edge. Fishing is allowed, but you will need to get a permit through Michigan Fish & Wildlife.
If your pup is craving some off-lead action, head to the Grand Blanc Dog Park in Creasey Bicentennial Park. You will first need to purchase a pass from Grand Blanc Parks and Recreation, but your dog is guaranteed to have a ball here. The dog park has separate areas for the biggies and little ones, as well as agility equipment on-site for some extra entertainment. Afterwards, take your leashed pup on a walk up the Bicentennial Park Path, or explore the many other areas of Creasey Bicentennial Park. Here, there is ample shelters for a picnic, restrooms, water and a playground.
A little drive south of Grand Blanc is Fenton, where you will find another pup-tastic dog park to let your pooch run free and meet some new friends. There are separate areas for big pups and little pups, as well as walking tracks around the edge of the 1.75-acre park for a little extra activity. There are some clean up bags provided, but always bring a stash just in case. You will also need to bring water for you both. While you are here, take a short drive down to Lake Fenton and check out some of the observation points and fantastic views.
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