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I have my own fur babies that I love to care for (2 cats, and 1 Border Collie). I enjoy spending time with animals, especially outside on walks! It would be my honor to be your WAG walker!
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I'm a fur momma of 4 rescue pups with their own personalities. I have spent my entire life owning several dogs at a time. I am also very familiar with active, large dogs all the way down to small, timid ones. I have both lived with and trained reactive dogs and skiddish previously abused dogs. I am 100% that person who would rather have a pupper cuddle puddle while watching some Netflix on a Saturday night rather than leaving them home alone. I am back from Army orders and ready to go!
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Grand Junction is a fairly small city located in Michigan that has a very rich history dating back over 400 years. The people who originally lived there were called Mound Builders and were very advanced, producing copper cookware and arrowheads that still can be found today. Prior to the construction of the railroad, Mr. Daniel Young knew that, along the railroads, there would be a need for accommodations, so he purchased lots which later became the beginning of Grand Junction.
If you decide to visit the city or you're considering moving there with your dog, you should know that, even though there isn't a veterinary hospital in town, the closest one is in South Haven, just 10 miles away from Grand Junction.
If you need a place to stay with your pooch by your side, Grand Junction can only offer Airbnb rentals. For more choice, you can head to South Haven again, or to Saugatuck, which is a 26-mile distance from Grand Junction.
The same applies to restaurants; if you want to grab a bite in the company of your pooch, head either to South Haven or Saugatuck. Around 16 miles away from Grand Junction, you can visit the very dog-friendly Fenn Valley Vineyards and enjoy a great selection of wines!
Around 30 miles away from Grand Junction, there is a real doggie gem that your pooch will pawsitively enjoy! The park is called Tails and Trails Dog Park, and this woofderful park offers a lot for pooches. Like most dog parks, this one has separate fenced areas for small and large breeds. There are plenty of trees that provide shade, and there is a water fountain for the doggos. The parking lot is fairly small, but the park is rarely crowded so that shouldn't be a problem. And the best part is that this park is completely free, so you can check it out and judge for yourself!
On those hot, summer days, what could be better than taking your fur-baby to splash around in a body of water? You can do just that at Roadside Park in Coloma, where pooches are allowed to dip their paws in Lake Michigan as long as they are properly leashed. The beach is small and cozy, but it's very clean and you're guaranteed to have a pawesome time! The beach even provides waste baggie dispensers so you can help keep it clean. There is parking nearby, and the dunes provide plenty of natural shade that will make your experience even more pleasant.
If you would prefer something closer to Grand Junction where your dog and you can enjoy nature old-school-style, head around 7 miles away to Kal-Haven Trail at Sesquicentennial State Park. This trail that follows an old rail bed is a very long trail of around 34 miles! Parking areas are available along the trail, and there are convenience stores as well. Doggies are allowed to join you on-leash so you can both enjoy the lush trees and scenic views. Don't forget to bring plenty of water and waste baggies so you can clean your pup's messes. The trail is not paved, and bikers and horses are allowed on it -- make sure your pooch is comfortable sharing the path!
Just 10 miles west of Grand Junction, you can find South Haven Bark Park, located in the southern part of South Haven. Before going, you should know that this park is a membership-based park, so it might not be good for out-of-town visitors. Other than that, the park is properly fenced and very well-maintained. This spacious park welcomes well-mannered doggos, providing a grass-covered open space where they can exercise! The park has waste baggies on-site, but you should bring fresh water for your pooch if you decide to give this park a shot. You'll also need to provide proof of current vaccinations in order to become a member.
Dog Park at Jaycee Park can be found approximately 20 miles away from Grand Junction, and it's one more pawssibility for your dog to make new furiends! This fenced park will provide plenty of space for your dog to burn off some of that energy. Water is provided inside the park so you don't have to bring any with you. What's even better -- this park has separate fenced areas for small and large doggos. In the park, your pooch can find doggie tunnels and a fire hydrant for more entertainment. Waste baggies are provided as well, and there is a bench for the human visitors.
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