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    Hi, I'm Tyler! I can't remember a time when there weren't dogs running around my house as a kid. I've taken care of my Miniature Australian Shepherd Izzy for almost 10 years now. A couple years back, our family was fortunate enough to adopt Izzy's niece, Tami! I think dogs deserve exercise and I'm happy to help make that happen!

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    chelsie M.
    2018-04-21T15:28:34-07:00
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    “I'm there for your dog as if he/she were my own!”

    I've loved dogs my entire life. I strive to be a good dog person, meaning I try to assist friends in training and gladly help out when needed. I have not met a dog I didn't like and vice versa. I have always had dogs of my own and made sure they were trained and socialized.

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    Specialties

    Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Socialization training, Potty training


    Pamela J.
    2019-10-15T10:06:25-07:00
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    “Full-time pet caretaker (& pet lover & cuddler)”

    Hello, I’m Kelsey! I have always been a MAJOR dog lover. When I was really young, I used to wish for a pet puppy each year as I blew out my birthday candles. My wish came true in 2003 with a rescued papillon mix, and since then I have owned three wonderful dogs. In 2010, I started walking and "dog-sat" for a variety of breeds- everything from chihuahuas and dachshunds to pit bulls and boxers! I cannot wait to meet your fur-baby and give them all the exercise and attention that they need!

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    Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience


    Joe S.
    2022-07-12T15:18:31-07:00
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    Hi, I'm Carrie and I have loved walking dogs w Wag! Most my logged walks took place in Los Angeles and I am now living in Asheville NC. I'm an avid animal lover and will treat your dog with love and respect. I absolutely love meeting new dogs and building a relationship. I also love to walk fast if yr dog is up for it. Thanks!

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    Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Fast walker, Puppy care


    Andrea M.
    2018-10-30T14:02:07-07:00
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    Hi my name is Bianca Moeller and I have been dog sitting and walking since I was about 10 years old. I grew up with dogs in the neighborhood and I currently have a small dog. I am very tentative to owner's instructions and to dog's mood.

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    Hailey H.
    2018-09-05T07:27:16-07:00
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    “It is my pleasure to walk with your pups!”

    Hello! I have been house/pet sitting for over two years, usually taking care of multiple animals. Almost all of the sits have become repeat business and friends. I am dependable, prompt, and physically fit! Allow me to earn your trust and friendship on Wag! in the dog walking business. I am here to help. I will give your pups the loving attention they need, and will always pick up the poo on our walks! Thank you for your consideration!

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    Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker


    Kelsey McKinney M.
    2021-04-25T12:28:56-07:00
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    Hi, my name is Tyler and I'm from San Jose, California. I've been around dogs of all sizes my whole life but have owned labs and a boxer pointer mix. I have dog sat, boarded, and walked multiple dogs over the last two years for family and friends. Some of the breeds I have watched are shitzu, labrador retriever, and English mastiff. I am looking forward to meeting your furry friends!

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    Althea C.
    2019-05-28T12:35:00-07:00
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    “Asheville professional providing great dog care”

    I am a young professional living in Asheville and looking to help some people out by walking their dogs! I grew up with a dog but don't currently have one because my space is too small and wouldn't give a dog enough room to get out and play. I like being outside and walking a lot, so this is a great chance to do that more while spending time with dogs too!

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    Can run with dogs, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull


    Joseph R.
    2021-04-17T15:27:54-07:00
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    When I was 5 years old my family got two dogs, who became the two animals that taught me responsibility. They also inspired my love for animals, and now I have a Bachelors of Science degree in Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology from North Carolina State University. I have worked as an animal care worker at the Asheville Humane Society, owned animals of a variety of species. I have experience administering various forms of medicine.

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    Specialties

    Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Socialization training


    Meghan B.
    2022-01-31T09:24:04-08:00
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    “Positive reinforcement and lots of exercise :)”

    I've been pet sitting and dog walking for 10 years and currently own a dog, cat, and horse! I have experience dealing with difficult situations, behavioral issues, and I always put safety first. I have learned a lot from my own high energy red heeler, Rooney! I can take your dog for a high energy run or play, or an easy stroll around depending on their needs :)

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    Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience, Obedience training, Agility training, Behavioral training, Socialization training, Potty training, Puppy training


    Haley W.
    2019-03-06T10:43:25-08:00
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    Hi, I'm Tyler! I can't remember a time when there weren't dogs running around my house as a kid. I've taken care of my Miniature Australian Shepherd Izzy for almost 10 years now. A couple years back, our family was fortunate enough to adopt Izzy's niece, Tami! I think dogs deserve exercise and I'm happy to help make that happen!

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    chelsie M.
    2018-04-21T15:28:34-07:00
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    Verified 20m Walk

    “I'm there for your dog as if he/she were my own!”

    I've loved dogs my entire life. I strive to be a good dog person, meaning I try to assist friends in training and gladly help out when needed. I have not met a dog I didn't like and vice versa. I have always had dogs of my own and made sure they were trained and socialized.

    Background Checked

    Background Checked

    High Demand

    High Demand

    Top Pet Caregiver

    Top Pet Caregiver

    Specialties

    Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Socialization training, Potty training


    Pamela J.
    2019-10-15T10:06:25-07:00
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    Biltmore Forest, NC has plenty of "pawesome" places for your pup to explore, and booking a walk through Wag! is the easiest way to let them get out to sniff, scratch, and spot squirrels. Local dog walkers all over the Biltmore Forest, NC are vetted by Wag! and ready to pick up your pooch for a stroll around the neighborhood. Many Biltmore Forest, NC parks are dog-friendly and have plenty of space for your pup to get their steps in. Whether you're stuck at work or out on your own adventure, book a trusted dog walker to keep your pup happy and healthy.

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    chelsie M.

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    Pamela J.

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    Teresa always takes great care of my pup - and sends the best updates about their walks! I appreciate her!

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    Joe S.

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    Hey there! Thank you so much for taking such good care of the old lady. I finally arrived home. Our flight sat on the tarmac for 2 hours. Crazy. I ll buy you a beer one evening if you would like! Hoping this wheelchair thing will work out for her and whatever meds the vet can give

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    Andrea M.

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    Thank you Carrie!! <3

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    Hailey H.

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    Kelsey McKinney M.

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    Thank you for the thoughtful messages and pictures throughout! 10/10 recommend

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    Althea C.

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    Thank you so much Tyler! And thank you for taking him back inside, he gets so hot during the summer it s not good for him to be out for too long, he overheats. Appreciate your help very much.

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    Joseph R.

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    Thanks for walking Hans! Sad to hear you re leaving the state, but I know Hans has enjoyed you walking him. All the best!

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    Meghan B.

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    Kyra was so great with my super senior dogs! She gave them so much TLC and when I came home they were in such good spirits so I knew they had a great time.

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    Haley W.

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      chelsie M.

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      Tyler B

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      Pamela J.

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      Teresa always takes great care of my pup - and sends the best updates about their walks! I appreciate her!

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      Teresa B

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      Joe S.

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      Hey there! Thank you so much for taking such good care of the old lady. I finally arrived home. Our flight sat on the tarmac for 2 hours. Crazy. I ll buy you a beer one evening if you would like! Hoping this wheelchair thing will work out for her and whatever meds the vet can give

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      Kelsey B

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      Andrea M.

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      Thank you Carrie!! <3

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      Carrie S

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      Hailey H.

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      Bianca M

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      Kelsey McKinney M.

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      Thank you for the thoughtful messages and pictures throughout! 10/10 recommend

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      LeeAnn M

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      Althea C.

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      Thank you so much Tyler! And thank you for taking him back inside, he gets so hot during the summer it s not good for him to be out for too long, he overheats. Appreciate your help very much.

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      Tyler P

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      Joseph R.

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      Thanks for walking Hans! Sad to hear you re leaving the state, but I know Hans has enjoyed you walking him. All the best!

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      Robert S

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      Meghan B.

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      Kyra was so great with my super senior dogs! She gave them so much TLC and when I came home they were in such good spirits so I knew they had a great time.

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      Kyra P

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      Haley W.

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    Best Dog Friendly Neighborhoods in Biltmore Forest

    Biltmore Estate

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    460 per sq. mi.

    Biltmore Estate

    4848

    Built by George Vanderbilt II in the 1890s in the spirit of European palaces, the Biltmore House also has a stunning 250-acre estate designed by NY Central Park landscape designer Frederick Law Olmstead. Vanderbilt was a famous dog lover, particularly his Saint Bernard Cedrick. Famous Gilded Age visitors noted that Cedrick had the run of the home’s first floor, but unfortunately, pups aren’t allowed to tour the home these days (even though yours are very, very good boys). They can tag along for your exploration of the grounds, including a network of paths, Azalea Garden, Rose Garden, and pond. Your buddies can even dine with you on patios at the restaurants at Antler Hill Village. Be sure to make reservations in advance to be guaranteed outdoor seating. 

    Bent Creek

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,127 per sq. mi.

    Bent Creek

    3636

    Whether you like to look at trees or pee on them, the North Carolina Arboretum is as good as it gets, and it's only 6 miles from Biltmore Forest. Over 400 acres of deep forest and cultivated garden are explored on the 10 miles of well-maintained hiking trails, all of which welcome on-leash dogs. Depending on how long your buddy’s legs are, you might prefer the gentle half-mile loop through the Azalea Collection, or maybe the difficult 3.5 mile loop on Owl Creek Trail and Hard Times Road. Connecting trails also lead from the arboretum to Lake Powhatan and the Pisgah National Forest. A small parking fee applies and supports the facility’s conservation efforts, and be sure to bring water and waste bags.

    Downtown Asheville

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    2,177 per sq. mi.

    Downtown Asheville

    2424

    Five miles from Biltmore Forest, Downtown Asheville prides itself on a funky, artsy vibe, and that means dogs are welcome in a variety of local businesses. There are more than 150 dog-friendly restaurants with outdoor seating in Asheville, and many downtown boutiques and galleries let your pup join while you browse. Let’s hope he has a nose for fashion! To make sense of all your options, stop by the Doggy Visitor’s Center at the Dog Door Behavior Center & Dog Hugger Outfitters. They’ll welcome you to town with maps and information, plus a few goodies for your pals to try. You might also download the trail map for the Asheville Urban Trail. This 1.7 mile tour of downtown includes dozens of works by public art; the trail map explains their significance to Asheville history.

    Blue Ridge Parkway

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    460 per sq. mi.

    Blue Ridge Parkway

    1212

    The scenic Blue Ridge Parkway is some of the best driving in the whole USA. Your furry friends would probably be willing to ride the whole 469 miles with their heads hanging out of the window (and with these amazing views, you would too). You can catch the parkway just south of Biltmore Forest, and there are plenty of nearby vistas to see and of opportunities to work off energy on the trails accessed from pull-outs along the parkway. The Craven Gap Trail and Rattlesnake Lodge Trails are both pawpular with Asheville-area dog lovers. Craggy Gardens Trail at milepost 364.4 in the Pisgah National Forest offers an easy 1-mile stretch, too. With so much to see, you might just keep driving all the way to Shenandoah National Park in Virginia.

    Mount Mitchell State Park

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    535 per sq. mi.

    Mount Mitchell State Park

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    If you’re going to hike, then hike! Mount Mitchell is the highest point east of the Mississippi with a summit at 6,684 feet above sea level. On-leash pets are welcome at Mount Mitchell State Park, about 37 miles from Biltmore Forest and well worth the drive. The park has 5 hiking trails to choose from. Those who want to summit Mount Mitchell should prepare for a difficult 6-mile one-way hike, and only the fittest trail-hounds should try it. Tamer pups can get a great view of the peak from the Upper Summit Parking Lot and catch the Balsam Nature Trail there for a moderate 0.75-mile loop (and interpretive signs that might interest you a bit more than your furry friends). 

    Biltmore Estate

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    460 per sq. mi.

    Biltmore Estate

    4848

    Built by George Vanderbilt II in the 1890s in the spirit of European palaces, the Biltmore House also has a stunning 250-acre estate designed by NY Central Park landscape designer Frederick Law Olmstead. Vanderbilt was a famous dog lover, particularly his Saint Bernard Cedrick. Famous Gilded Age visitors noted that Cedrick had the run of the home’s first floor, but unfortunately, pups aren’t allowed to tour the home these days (even though yours are very, very good boys). They can tag along for your exploration of the grounds, including a network of paths, Azalea Garden, Rose Garden, and pond. Your buddies can even dine with you on patios at the restaurants at Antler Hill Village. Be sure to make reservations in advance to be guaranteed outdoor seating. 

    Bent Creek

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,127 per sq. mi.

    Bent Creek

    3636

    Whether you like to look at trees or pee on them, the North Carolina Arboretum is as good as it gets, and it's only 6 miles from Biltmore Forest. Over 400 acres of deep forest and cultivated garden are explored on the 10 miles of well-maintained hiking trails, all of which welcome on-leash dogs. Depending on how long your buddy’s legs are, you might prefer the gentle half-mile loop through the Azalea Collection, or maybe the difficult 3.5 mile loop on Owl Creek Trail and Hard Times Road. Connecting trails also lead from the arboretum to Lake Powhatan and the Pisgah National Forest. A small parking fee applies and supports the facility’s conservation efforts, and be sure to bring water and waste bags.

    Downtown Asheville

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    2,177 per sq. mi.

    Downtown Asheville

    2424

    Five miles from Biltmore Forest, Downtown Asheville prides itself on a funky, artsy vibe, and that means dogs are welcome in a variety of local businesses. There are more than 150 dog-friendly restaurants with outdoor seating in Asheville, and many downtown boutiques and galleries let your pup join while you browse. Let’s hope he has a nose for fashion! To make sense of all your options, stop by the Doggy Visitor’s Center at the Dog Door Behavior Center & Dog Hugger Outfitters. They’ll welcome you to town with maps and information, plus a few goodies for your pals to try. You might also download the trail map for the Asheville Urban Trail. This 1.7 mile tour of downtown includes dozens of works by public art; the trail map explains their significance to Asheville history.

    Blue Ridge Parkway

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    460 per sq. mi.

    Blue Ridge Parkway

    1212

    The scenic Blue Ridge Parkway is some of the best driving in the whole USA. Your furry friends would probably be willing to ride the whole 469 miles with their heads hanging out of the window (and with these amazing views, you would too). You can catch the parkway just south of Biltmore Forest, and there are plenty of nearby vistas to see and of opportunities to work off energy on the trails accessed from pull-outs along the parkway. The Craven Gap Trail and Rattlesnake Lodge Trails are both pawpular with Asheville-area dog lovers. Craggy Gardens Trail at milepost 364.4 in the Pisgah National Forest offers an easy 1-mile stretch, too. With so much to see, you might just keep driving all the way to Shenandoah National Park in Virginia.

    Mount Mitchell State Park

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    535 per sq. mi.

    Mount Mitchell State Park

    00

    If you’re going to hike, then hike! Mount Mitchell is the highest point east of the Mississippi with a summit at 6,684 feet above sea level. On-leash pets are welcome at Mount Mitchell State Park, about 37 miles from Biltmore Forest and well worth the drive. The park has 5 hiking trails to choose from. Those who want to summit Mount Mitchell should prepare for a difficult 6-mile one-way hike, and only the fittest trail-hounds should try it. Tamer pups can get a great view of the peak from the Upper Summit Parking Lot and catch the Balsam Nature Trail there for a moderate 0.75-mile loop (and interpretive signs that might interest you a bit more than your furry friends). 

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