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I am an avid animal lover and outdoor enthusiast. I particularly love dogs. While I currently don’t have my own dog, taking care of others is how I fill that space in my life. I have walked and house sat many dogs over the years. I look forward to meeting your cute pup.
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Can run with dogs, Puppy care, Fast walker
I love walking dogs! I have had dogs in my family for as long as I can remember. I am also very used to walking dogs because I have done so for neighbors, family members, and friends. I have taken care of (including walking) big dogs, small dogs, and medium dogs!
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Hello, my name is Allyson and I am a student at Wichita State University. I’m currently back home here in Minnesota for the summer and am trying to save up for my next year of school! I have a 12 year old dachshund at home that I love to death and I promise to treat your dog how I treat my own! If you have any questions please feel free to message me!
Hi, my name is Austin. I have two years under my belt volunteering at the Wright County Humane society by walking dogs, feeding and watering the animals, and cleaning kennels. I also have ten plus years dog sitting for multiple families and occasionally more than one dog at a time.
“Ready to help keep your dog happy & healthy!”
Hello! I am Moriah and I grew up in Hamel, MN with a rescue dog from RAGOM named Tango (a beautiful golden retriever/Irish setter mix). I was her main care-giver and absolutely loved taking her on walks, playing, and snuggling. I have experience with walking many dogs as well as dog boarding and sitting. Going on walks is a regular part of my life since I love being outside and staying active. I am reliable, responsible, and excited to help your dog stay loved and healthy through WAG!
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
Buffalo is a city in Wright County, Minnesota, just 42 miles northwest of Minneapolis. Although Buffalo isn't a particularly large city, it has a vibrant arts community, including a local theater and the city's orchestra. Buffalo is also home to five regional parks and 19 neighborhood parks, many of which are dog-friendly as long as your pet is on a leash. Buffalo is a great place to live and raise a family. Thanks to its small-town and suburban amenities, combined with its retail locations and downtown district, excellent schools, and parks systems, Buffalo has everything you could ever want in a city.
There may not be a designated off-leash park within Buffalo, but there are plenty of dog parks and other dog-friendly activities very close by. Buffalo is also home to Sturges Park, which is just a short walk from downtown Buffalo, and although not an off-leash park, it is a very dog-friendly space. This park has playgrounds, beaches, a swimming pier, and throughout the park there are also doggy waste clean-up stations and water. Don't miss out on exploring Buffalo and the dog-friendly areas surrounding it with your dog!
The Lake Orono Off-Leash Dog Park is 20 miles northeast of Buffalo, in Elk River, Minnesota. This dog park is situated right along the lake, and it is fully fenced in for your dog's safety. There is a paved walking trail, drinking water for dogs, a play fire hydrant, and seating at the dog park. If you'd like to visit other areas of Orono Park with your dog, feel free to do so as long as they are leashed. Some of the other park amenities include playgrounds, fishing facilities, sports fields, shelters, and WiFi.
Just 15 minutes southeast of Buffalo, you'll find the Lake Sarah Regional Dog Park in southeast Rockford, Minnesota. This 30-acre off-leash park is completely fenced in, and there is so much room for your dog to run around and burn off energy with other friendly dogs. Along with several wide open play areas and grassy fields, there are also trails you can trek with your dog in the off-leash area. The rest of Lake Sarah Park has other fun activities for your family, like biking, hiking, swimming, and fishing facilities, so you're sure to find something to please everyone.
Long Lake, Minnesota is a city of less than 2,000 people, and it is just 23 miles southeast of Buffalo. On the western edge of the city, you'll find the city's only dog park, simply called the Long Lake Dog Park. This dog park is located within Holbrook Park, and it is open from April to October. The dog park doubles as a hockey rink during the winter months, but it transforms into a pawesome dog park once it warms up. The dog park isn't divided into sections for dogs of different sizes, so keep that in mind. There are other activities in the park like picnic shelters, sports fields, grills, and playgrounds.
Watertown is a city in Minnesota with a population of just over 4,000 people, and it is only 15 miles south of Buffalo. On the eastern city limits sits the Watertown Dog Park. This dog park consists of over four acres of beautiful terrain that your dog will adore exploring. There are rolling hills, small wetlands, and plenty of trees in the park, and it also has separate big and small dog sections with different entrances. For your convenience, the dog park also has seating, waste bags, and drinking water for dogs. Not only are the people and the dogs friendly at this park, but it's also known for being well-maintained and clean!
The Crow-Hassan Park Reserve in Hanover, Minnesota is just a 20-minute drive from Buffalo along the northeastern city limits. The Crow-Hassan Dog Park is an incredible 40-acre space with several miles of trails to explore. Some of the park isn't fenced in, so be sure to wait until you're well within the park before you let your dog off-leash. There are bathrooms for humans to use and the park also provides visitors with doggy waste clean-up bags. If your dog is a swimmer, they'll love to take a dip in the river within the park on a hot summer day.
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