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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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“Your Go-To Dog Walker”
Hi there! I'm Holly! I’m a middle school social studies teacher by day, so I can handle anything! I'm an animal lover and have been around them all of my life. (Cats, dogs, reptiles, birds, fish... you name it!) I have 2 cats at home right now: Smokey and Ash. My dad has 5 dogs I see often, though. My friends refer to me as the "go-to pet sitter" because I'm always taking care of everyone's animals! I'm a dependable, reliable person and I hope you will consider me to take care of your pet!
Socially Distanced Pet Care
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
Dog Walking in Gering
The most pawpular spot for pups in Gering is at Monument Dog Park! This five-acre fully fenced-in off-leash play area is a pawsome place for playtime and socializing! A large, open grassy area provides a place for your pooch to romp and roam, or enjoy a game of fetch! There is a separate section for shy or timid dogs where they can play in an introvert-friendly atmosphere.
Right outside of the Monument Dog Park, you and your leashed dog can take a furrific walk on the "U" Street Pathway! This paved trail is about four miles total, but from the dog park, you and Fido will only have to cruise two miles until you reach the Oregon Trail Museum and Visitors Center at the Scotts Bluff National Monument. Leashed dogs are welcome in outdoor areas at this historic and scenic national treasure!
Best Dog Neighborhoods in Gering
You and your leashed pup will love exploring the town’s largest park in the South Gering neighborhood! The Oregon Trail Park has 68 acres of furrific fun! With tons of open grass to walk or play on, there’s tons of room to exercise your pup. There’s also lots of shady trees throughout the park where your pup can check out squirrel scents or you two can sit a spell and take in the stunning, rocky views of Scotts Bluff on the horizon. Oregon Trail Park also has fun for the rest of the family that includes a playground, a picnic pavilion, horseshoe pits, sand volleyball courts, athletic fields and restrooms.
Looking for a woofderful place to walk your dog? Head to the North Gering neighborhood’s Northfield Arboretum and Park. This 15-acre community open space is a pawsitively pawesome place to stroll with your leashed pooch! You and your furry friend will love all there is to see and sniff along the half-mile paved walking path that runs through this grassy, elongated park. On your jaunt, you’ll see a display of trees and shrubs that are able to grow in the area with extra care, and also an exhibit of vegetation native to this part of western Nebraska. There are picnic tables, too, where you and your pup can enjoy a snack after your walk. Northfield Arboretum and Park also has incredible views of Scotts Bluff!
If you and furry friend find yourselves in the Southwest Gering neighborhood, check out the puptastic McLellan Park! This five-acre city park is primarily made up of lush open grassy space, making it a woofderful spot to stroll or play with your leashed pooch! There are big shady mature trees around the park, plus a playground where any two-legged children you might have along with you can enjoy playtime, too! This pawsome park also has a basketball court, baseball and soccer fields. Pack a picnic and have a furrific meal with your pooch by your side at the park’s covered table.
Two pawsome parks await you and your furry friend in the East Gering neighborhood! Leash your pooch and visit Johannes Park. This neatly maintained grassy park encompasses about half a city block of space and has trees and vegetation around the edges, providing lots of things to sniff! There’s lots of wide open space for you and Fido to stretch your legs, plus a playground and picnic area. Be sure to check out Gentry Park just a few blocks away. Though a bit smaller, Gentry Park has huge views of Scotts Bluff! There’s tons of grass, a covered picnic table and a playground for kiddos.
Leash your pup and get ready for some tail-wagging fun in the West Gering neighborhood! This area is home to Carl Gray Park, a woofderful green space with lots of trees, a playground and grass. It’s also the starting point of the "U" Street Pathway, so you and Fido can get some serious exercise on the four-mile trail that winds through town all the way to the Scotts Bluff National Monument west of Gering. You and your pooch will also enjoy a romp through Roundhouse Park, just a stone’s throw from Carl Gray Park. There, you’ll find trees, a covered picnic area and a playground. The neighborhood’s Hampton Park is another furrific place to visit with your pup, as it’s full of shady trees and grass. There’s also a playground and restrooms.