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Hi I’m Laura and I have decided to do wag because I love animals. I have experience with dog sitting and walking. I am excited to meet some new furry friends!
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I have my own pup I have trusted other Wag! Walkers with and it was nerve wracking at first so I want to help put other anxious dog owners at ease so they know I will take good care of their loved ones!
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Hi! I’m Anna. I’m a Boston College grad originally from Fargo, North Dakota. I love to hike and spend a lot of time outdoors. I also love to read and paint. One of my favorite things when I come home and visit my family is to spend time outside with our pup Lucy outdoors. Can’t wait to spend some time with your dog and enjoy the walk as much as they do!
My name is Kenzie and I’ve been passionate about taking care of animals since I’ve been young, which has led me to pursue a degree in veterinary technology. I have recently completed the second year of my degree and have years of experience with working in boarding facilities, fostering, volunteering, and owning high maintenance pets.
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
“~new Wag! employee~ A woman's bff is her dog!”
Hello pet lovers! My name is Megan and I would love to walk your pup! I am working for Wag! because I will be attending graduate studies for the Fall of 2020. As a result, I don’t think it is fair to have one of my own since I won’t be able to dedicate the proper time it takes to love, nurture, and play with a pup! That’s why I’m here! I have been walking dogs for years and would love the opportunity to help you out!
Dog first aid and/or CPR, Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
West Fargo is a thriving smalltown community on the west side of Fargo. The small city becomes more and more popular each year. It first became a town when a major company moved to the area and provided housing for its workers until they ended up making their own village. Too much work and no play makes Fido a dull boy though, so plenty of parks, trails, and 2 animal hospitals were made to take care of Fido and their humans.
Rendezvous Park is the largest park in the city. It offers a little of everything, including recreational fields, space to play and picnic in, a pond, and 1.6 miles of paved walkways to explore. Walkways loop around the park, intersecting and connecting to 6 fenced-in baseball diamonds, covered picnic tables, a fishing area by the pond, a playground, a pavilion, and restrooms. Dogs are always welcome at the park, but don't forget to leash them up before coming.
For a serene getaway from the city life, head over to Armour Park. The park is surrounded by trees, with a well-kept grassy area in the middle, located along the Sheyenne River. With shaded sitting areas and a playground to run around in, the park is great for some outdoor play time or picnics, with additional features like water fountains, restrooms, picnic tables, and benches.
West Fargo is a loving and peaceful town, where you'll be far from any hostility about walking and playing with your pup outside.
The Wilds is a southern community in West Fargo, and although pretty clean-cut and well-maintained, the community is backed by wild and dense woods. There are two great dog-friendly parks in the city, the first being Wild Park, an area with vibrant grassy terrain next to a scenic pond. There's room to run around and play in, along with a playground and benches to sit on. South Wilds Park offers even more space to run around for Fido, but doesn't require them to be on a leash when playing in the open field. This park is pretty bare though, so remember to bring them water and clean-up bags!
The neighborhood of Beverly Flats is a more upbeat residential community on the northeast side of town. Right on the shore of the Sheyenne River is Elmwood Park, a recreational area to play in that has paved trails, open space, and ballfields. The park has 3 fenced-in baseball fields, with shaded sitting areas, picnic tables, a playground, and a pavilion located around them. Cass County Park is another dog-friendly park in the neighborhood and although smaller, it has a quaint area to run around in, with a paved sidewalk that encompasses the area with a pavilion, playground, and basketball court. Dogs have to be on a leash inside both parks.
Urban Plains is exactly as the name implies, a serious of plains surrounding urban residential homes in Fargo, only .7 miles east of West Fargo. The park of choice for most residents is Urban Plains Park, which offers 4 acres of flat plains with park amenities. The narrow grassy area is located right along two ponds, with four different pavilions, a playground, restrooms, and a paved walkway. Leashed pups are welcome inside the park and will have access to water fountains, clean-up stations, benches, and trash bins. Another great place to take Fido is the unmarked paved trail off of 28th Avenue Street. The trail is surrounded by grassy lawn and is open to leashed dogs, but remember to bring water along the way.
The community of Brandt Crossing is an open residential community in Fargo, 1-mile southeast of West Fargo. The best park here that attracts West Fargo residents is Brandts Crossing Dog Park, a fenced-in park that offers a safe area to play with the park. The park offers grassy terrain, separated into areas for large and small dogs with amenities like water fountains, benches, clean-up stations, and picnic tables. The dog park connects to an unnamed park by a paved trail, that offers covered seating, a playground, and a basketball court. Outside of the dog park pups do have to remain on a leash.
Anderson Park is a quiet residential community 1.3 miles east of West Fargo, in the city of Fargo. The neighborhood is most known for Anderson Park, a park named after the neighborhood. The area has 28 acres of open fields, recreational areas, and a play area for pups and humans. There are 12 fenced-in baseball fields, two playgrounds, covered picnic tables, and a 1.9-mile trail that winds around fields and playground. Fido does have to be on a leash whether they are just walking or playing, and can enjoy additional features like a gazebo, restrooms, shaded sitting areas, water fountains, clean-up stations, nighttime lights, and benches.
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