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Hi! My name is Haley, and I have recently moved here from Charleston, SC. I love animals of all shapes and sizes, and currently live on a farm with 5 dogs, 7 cats, 13 horses, and one crazy bird. I am a very attentive person, and will put the safety of your pup first.
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New graduate! Waiting for my medical license to be finalized. So I figured I’d walk dogs! Eagle Scout. Avid outdoorsman. I grew up in WNC. I have experience running hunting dogs. In high school I made most of my income taking care of neighbors pets as well as working at a pet store. I have a flexible schedule!
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, High energy dogs, Training experience, Puppy care
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I have had pets all my life & I have been a pup parent for over 20 years now. My dogs are like my children and I treat all dogs as if they were my own. I have been involved with animal rescue for many years now and have fostered dogs. I am also always volunteering to watch or walk my friends & families dogs too. Your trust and your dog's safety, while having all their needs & more met, is my utmost concern. I'd love the opportunity to meet with you and your dog(s) and be their new best friend.
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Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
Lake Lure is a town in Rutherford County, North Carolina with a population of around 1,200 people. This quiet and peaceful town is close to all the amenities you could need, and there are plenty of outdoor activities you can enjoy with your pet in and around town. Lake Lure doesn't have its own off-leash dog park, but it does have an excellent parks and recreation system, and there are several places in town you can bring your dog if they're on a leash. The lakefront areas of town and all of the activities that come along with a lake town makes Lake Lure the perfect place to live or visit with your family, including your dog!
When it comes to dining in Lake Lure, there are a few dog-friendly options that also allow you to look out on the beautiful lake as you eat. What could be better than a delicious meal with a gorgeous view and your four-legged best friend by your side? One such place to grab a bite in Lake Lure is at the Point of View Restaurant. All of their dishes are made from scratch with fresh ingredients, and they serve dishes like veal Marsala, French onion soup, rack of lamb, and more. Lake Lure is a great place to be a dog owner!
About 25 miles northwest of Lake Lure is the Azalea Road Dog Park in Asheville, North Carolina. This dog park is located on the eastern edge of town and features big and small dog sections. The dog park is part of a larger 155-acre park complex that also includes soccer fields, playgrounds, lakes, a disc golf course, and other recreational activities. There is separate parking available for dog owners who come just to use the dog park, and there is water, seating, and shade available in the dog park, too. Your pet can join you in other areas of the park, but they must be on a leash.
The Pets' Own Place dog park in Hendersonville, North Carolina is less than 20 miles away from Lake Lure. The park is located in the center of town, and it features separate big and small dog enclosures. Pets' Own Place sits on roughly five acres of land, and the space is well-maintained thanks to dog owners who are good about cleaning up after their pets. Within the park, you'll find covered seating as well as water spigots and waste disposal items. If you plan on visiting late at night, be advised that there is no lighting in the dog park.
A little over 20 miles west of Lake Lure is the town of Fletcher, North Carolina with a population of more than 8,000 people. In the south-central area of town, there's a place called the Morris Broadband Dog Park within Fletcher Park. This spacious dog park has big and little dog sections, and both areas have agility equipment where Sparky can show off his skills. The park has a reputation for being very well-maintained and clean, and just outside of the off-leash area there's creek access where your dog can take a dip! There are also walking trails nearby if you'd like to go on a leashed walk with your dog.
Less than a half-hour drive south of Lake Lure gets you to Landrum, South Carolina. In the eastern area of Landrum sits the Landrum Community Dog Park, and it's a great place for your dog to socialize and exercise with other friendly dogs. There are separate enclosures for big and small dogs in the park, as well as a lot of seating for owners, but be sure to bring your own water when you visit the park. The Landrum Community Dog Park is just across the way from the Soup Stone restaurant, which is a nice place to stop for a warm meal after the dog park.
When you're looking for something a little more intensive than a trip to the dog park around Lake Lure, consider visiting the Craggy Pinnacle Trail in Black Mountain, North Carolina. Black Mountain is just over 40 miles north of Lake Lure, and the trail is in the northernmost part of town. This beautiful trail is about a 1.4-mile hike that is only moderate in intensity. It's a lovely walk to do any time of year, but if you visit in June, you'll get to see the Catawba rhododendrum blooms. Your dog must be on a leash while they walk the trail with you.
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