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Hi I'm Emily and my life revolves around dogs! I've had and cared for dogs all my life big and small. Growing up I was the neighborhood dog walker and watcher while families were away at work or on vacation. I have loads of experience with dogs ranging from 12 week-old Cavalier King Charles Spaniels to 175lb German Shepard/Golden Retriever mixes. I also have experience with dog with various special needs such as anxiety and OCD disorders. Right now I'm in college pursuing an animal science degree on the path to vet school. I'm planning to spend the rest of my life meeting and helping animals!
I'm an physically active 36 yr old without children. I love animals and the outdoors. I have been rescuing and re homing dogs and cats since I was a child. I currently have a 1yr old one eyed tabby queen named Kiki whom is my dearest companion. I am relocating to Houston and it's exciting to find a service that can allow me to make some extra money on the side while getting my pupper fix and exercise. My new lease won't allow me my own dog so I think this could be a happy arrangement for me.
I am a college student living in Omaha this summer. I have always been a big dog lover. As a teenager, I walked and/or dog-sat for several of my neighbors - both large and small dogs. I enjoy interacting with all types of animals, but I would certainly consider myself a dog person.
Hi! My name is Zoe and I love dogs. I grew up with a dog, Buzzy, at my home, and around many dogs at the horse barns where I used to ride. I have experience walking and dealing with dogs of all sizes, from corgies to Newfoundland's. I am incredibly patient and excited to take your dog for a walk!
I'm Caitlin. I grew up in Council Bluffs, Iowa. I've had dogs all my life. After college I worked at vet clinic for just over 5 years and loved working with the boarders and daycare dogs. I have a Shih-Tzu/Dachshund mix and when I was younger we had a Husky and a Sheltie so all sizes and all breeds are fine by me.
Hello! My name is Greta. I'm studying Social Science and Interactive Media at New York University Shanghai. Currently, I'm studying away at the New York Campus. I grew up with dogs and sitting and walking all of my extended families' and neighbors' dogs. Since I have begun college I have missed daily dog interaction dearly! Thus, now that I'm back in the U.S. I'm super excited to get back to dog caretaking!
Sitting in Saline County, Nebraska, you will find the furiendly city of Crete. This Nebraska puptown is home to some furrific dog friendly oppawtunities you have got to check out. To keep your beloved companion fit and healthy, there are two veterinary clinics located in Crete.
When you are in Crete, you have got to visit Tuxedo Park with your furry friend! This is a pawsome green spot in town with 96 acres of land you can explore. There is a sniff-tastic walking path to burn some excitable energy, as well as plenty of grass for bounding around and enjoying a game of fetch. In addition, there are amenities here that you can enjoy, including baseball fields, playground for the kids, RV camping sites, horseshoe pits, volleyball courts and softball areas.
If you are hungry when you are out about, head to the Dairy Queen for a bite to eat! Here you can get yours paws into some delicious burgers, hot dogs, chicken and sandwiches throughout the day, as well as desserts like dipped cones and sundaes for a treat. Of course, if your canine has been a good boy or girl, don’t forget to order the special Pup Cup!
Come and have a ball with your canine when the sun is shining in Crete!
All pooches love daily exercise, which means you have got to head to Wildwood Park! This is a pawsome green spot in Crete where you can let your canine roll and roam on the grass. There are also lots of trees here that provide shade on hot and sunny days. In addition, be sure to take advantage of the amenities that are here, including a swimming pool and tennis courts. Another puptastic place is the Crete City Park! Here you can enjoy some exercise and playtime with your pooch, as well as the kid’s playground with the family.
For a pawsome day out with your pup, head on over to the puptown of Hickman! This puptastic place isn’t far from Crete, and is home to the Hickman Linear Park Trail. This is a 0.8 mile sniff-tastic trail that lets you and your canine explore together while exercising. It is lined with trees that provide some shade on a hot day, and it runs through Hickman City Park, which means that there is plenty grass for your pooch. In addition, the park offers sniff-tastic walking paths, baseball fields, a playground and tennis courts. If you get hungry, stop by 9 South CharGrill. Here you can get your paws into some delicious burgers, chicken, seafood and sandwiches throughout the day, and there are four outdoor tables on the patio that are dog friendly.
To go on an adventure with your furry friend, jump in the car and head east from Crete to the puptown of Sprague! Here you will find the pawsome Bluestem Lake State Recreation Area where you can retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city with your canine. There is a 325 acre lake here with the oppawtunity to enjoy some fishing, as well as sniff-tastic trails that you can explore with your canine on foot. Plus, you are able to camp and picnic at Bluestem Lake State Recreation Area; so, why not make a family day of it?
One of the best places for a road trip is the puptown of Hallam since it is home to the furrific Olive Creek State Recreation Area! This is a puptastic 612 acre park where you can retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city and go exploring with your pooch. Investigate the sniff-tastic trails together and wander through the woodlands, as well as check out the 175 acre lake that is here. There is a the oppawtunity to fish, and lots of different species can be found at this lake. Just be sure to bring some fresh water to drink for your adventure with your canine!
To stretch your and your pup’s legs, head on over to Lincoln! Here you can join the puptastic Homestead Trail, which is a sniff-tastic 40 mile route that followed the rail corridor of the abandoned Union Pacific. You can go exploring through nearby villages and enjoy the views of the acres of farmland that you pass on the way, as well as stop in some of the furrific puptowns. Since bikes can also use the Homestead Trail, it may be best to keep your beloved companion on leash during your adventure. In addition, be sure to bring some fresh water for your panting pup!
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