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What is Wag!?
Wag! is the nation's fastest-growing network of pre-screened and insured pet sitters and dog walkers. In less than 15 minutes you can book a nearby dog sitter, daycare provider, or dog walker, who'll take complete care of your loved one - at their place or yours.
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“Looking forward to walkin’ your Rover all over!”
I love dogs. I have spent 35 years teaching and coaching high school sports, it is time to retire and I am ready for a change of pace. I have rescued two dogs, one lived with me for 15 years and my current dog has been with me for 5 years. I enjoy exercising and training her. I enjoy the outdoors and I like to remain active. I understand the need to have someone who is reliable to take care of your pet when you cannot be there. I understand the needs of dogs, and enjoy their company.
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“Strong, compassionate walker”
My name is Sarah. I'm a young professional with a profound love of dogs. I've been dog sitting for friends, coworkers, and people in the St Louis area for about 3 years now, and I volunteer at a local animal shelter as a dog walker. I’ve met some truly amazing dogs during that time and I look forward to meeting yours.
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Dog Walking in Twin Oaks
Twin Oaks is the Yorkshire Terrier of towns. It is complete, beautiful, and small. Twin Oaks relies on its larger neighbors for most of its modern conveniences, like fancy shopping facilities and even veterinary clinics. No veterinary clinics are found in Twin Oaks, but there are plenty to be found within the larger cities within five miles of the boundary.
Twin Oaks is proud of and protects its 11-acre park, so take care of it while you and your little (or not so little) furry leashed friend enjoys it. This little Yorkie of a park has ponds which are home to geese, as well as a small creek. A walking trail leads around the ponds, and people and pups can enjoy a view of the creek from the bridge. A landscaped waterfall adds to the beauty of this hidden pearl of a park.
A short four miles away is a large, pawesome park you won't want to miss! Simpson Park is a St. Louis County park. Simpson Park dwarfs Twin Oaks Park, with over 200 acres of space and a 72-acre lake. Simpson Park gives people and their pups more than enough space to pad some paw on one of the two designated trails. The Blue Heron Trail is a .8-mile paved trail that will take a person and a leashed pup around the lake and the tree-lined grounds of the park. Shaded picnic benches make the pawfect spot to rest and relax -- with or without that fishing rod waiting for a pull.
Best Dog Neighborhoods in Twin Oaks
Ballwin is four miles north of Twin Oaks. Tails and Trails in Queeny Park give dogs five acres of terrestrial delight! Your pup's tail is sure to start wagging when you let him loose to find a furry friend or check out the small creek or large lake. The day goes by too fast when a pup has agility equipment to try out or train on! Water is available for dogs and people to drink. Pet parents can rest and relax at the benches while they supervise their boisterous buddies. A pavilion with wi-fi is a welcome spot for people waiting for their worn-out pup to want to go home. Admittance to the park is through St. Louis County.
Kirkwood is six miles east of Twin Oaks. Treecourt Unleashed Dog Adventure Dog Park attracts dogs from all over the St. Louis County area. Dogs can play completely free of the leash in a nine-acre tract of beautiful natural terrain. The establishment takes care of the smaller dogs by setting aside a separate piece of territory just for them! Treecourt makes sure the dogs exercise, socialize, and go back home content and (hopefully!) tired. There are numerous activities for canine adventures here. Visit in the summer so your pup can splash in the kiddie pools! All dogs must pass a temperament test prior to membership.
Sunset Hills is nine miles east of Twin Oaks. This city has a few places that may interest a person with a canine companion. Y Bark Alone on Watson Road is a doggie daycare facility with an indoor and outdoor play area. Dogs may be dropped off for some hourly exercise or left for the day. If you prefer to stay with your pal, Kitun Dog Park is just around the corner on Eddie and Park Road. This dog park has a fully fenced acre of space for off-leash exercise and play. Small dogs have their own separate area to play. Agility equipment adds to the amenities here. This is a members-only dog park. Registration is at Sunset Hills Parks Department.
Creve Coeur is ten miles north of Twin Oaks. The Creve Coeur Dog Park in Conway Park has two acres fully fenced for dogs to exercise those paws and play off-leash. The dog park provides a smaller section for the small dogs, too. A bone-shaped kiddie pool provided in the summer lets a few furry pals get wet at the same time -- don't fur-get to bring your camera, because this summer splashing makes for the pawfect photo op! There is drinking water available for most of the year. The nearby lake has a walking path around it for a leashed dog and person to enjoy together. This dog park has a coded entrance. Admittance is through the city of Creve Coeur.
Olivette is thirteen miles north of Twin Oaks. Olivette's Irv Zeid Citizen's Park has a dog park ready to make a few tails wag! This fully enclosed natural area is a one-size-fits-all spot. There is no separate section for small dogs. This park is pawpular with the locals, so your pup will make some new fur-iends here! Nearby benches let the human companions relax in the shade while watching their four-legged buddy have a blast with his new canine pals. There is water on-site, and waste stations are provided for easy pickups. People need to register their pups with the City of Olivette prior to visiting this dog park.