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Hello!! I am a college student home in NH because of Covid. I love all animals, especially dogs, and can't wait to spend some time walking your wonderful pup(s) and make a little extra money doing so! I grew up taking care of horses, goats, rabbits and dogs on a farm, and have always had at least 2 dogs in my own household; my family currently has two tibetan terriers (Snickers and Midnight) who I get to spend time with now that I’m home. I can't wait to meet your dog(s)!
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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, Agility training
Hi there! My name is Andrea, and I simply love love love animals! I was a walker/sitter in Boston, moved to San Diego, now I'm back! I also volunteered at the Humane Society in Tampa. My apartment doesn't allow pets, so I will treat yours as my own! I am a registered Dental Hygienist in both Massachusetts and Florida, but am clearly changing my career path :) I just have a overwhelming need to surround myself with the unconditional love of animals! Look forward to hearing from you!
Top Pet Caregiver
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Training experience
I am nurturing and conscientious. I am extremely responsible making every owner feel at ease and confident that their canine family member is under the best possible 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, Behavioral training
I have over 7 years experience working with dogs & cats. I worked at a Humane Society and ran my own pet sitting business. I currently work in a doggy day camp and volunteer at the MSPCA.
Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Fast walker, Dogs who pull
I have grown up with all kinds of animals, but I have always been a dog person. I have lived with and trained a few different breeds of dogs ranging from small to large and hyper to calm. I love being outdoors and it makes it all the better to be with a furry friend.
Hey there! I am an avid dog lover and stopper of pups on the streets. I enjoy nothing more than a nice purposeful walk with a canine companion! I am looking forward to getting to know your pup!
I’ve always had a dog, and have owned many different breeds. I have experience dog walking/sitting a wide verity of dogs as well. I will treat your dog as my own; I will be sure that your pooch is happy, safe, and well taken care of. My pug Squiggy recently passed. He was blind, had diabetes, and allergies. Therefore, I'm very comfortable giving insulin injections and catering to special needs.
Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Puppy care
Hi! I'm an experienced dog walker who loves all puppies. I have experience with both big and small pups. In my home we also have birds, snakes, a big cat, and a 100lbs German shepherd. So if you have other fur babies in the home I won't be fazed by much! I can't wait to meet your puppy!!
“Passionate about Pet Care!”
As a dog walker, I promise to care for your dog as if they were my own! I will adore your furry baby no matter the size or personality. I have been a dog owner all my life. I promise creative, personalized reports, as well as plenty of pup pics. With me your dog will get the exercise, socialization, and attention they need each and every day! NOTE FOR BOARDERS: I have two cats, both of whom get along with dogs perfectly well; but if your pup isn’t a fan of kitty cats, please book elsewhere!
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Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience, Obedience training, Behavioral training, Socialization training, Potty training, Puppy training
Hi, I’m Kaleigh! I have lived with multiple dogs my entire life and have lots of experience handling them (even the very worst leash pullers!). Family and friends have used me for dog sitting and walking throughout the years, and I absolutely love it! I am now working as a nurse in Milwaukee and walking dogs for busy dog owners in my spare time :) I will treat your best friend just like they’re my own.
Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
The town of Bedford lies in southeastern New Hampshire, just 50 miles from the large metropolis of Boston, Massachusetts. This town is known for its New-England style of living, attracting year-round visitors and residents alike. The dog-friendly community offers over 700 acres of land protected by the Bedford Land Trust, for all to enjoy being part of nature. There are four veterinarian clinics and hospitals, including one specializing in alternative medicine, located in Bedford, ready to take care of all your pups health-care needs.
There are great places to take your pup in Bedford! Benedictine Park is 28-acres in size and is dedicated to relaxation. Picnics are encouraged throughout, with areas to spread out a blanket and enjoy the views. There is also a pond for skating in the winter. Or head to the Bedford Village Common which offers walkways through the land, entertainment in the summer, and park benches throughout.
When you get hungry, you and your pup are welcome to dine at T-Bones Great American Grill’s outdoor terrace tables. They are famous for steaks and homemade chili!
Dog-friendly Bedford, New Hampshire, is sure to be tops on your bucket list of great places to visit in New England.
The Piscataquog River Park, in the Mast Road neighborhood of the nearby city of Manchester, offers a lovely place to stroll along the Piscataquog River. Pup-friendly, this park is also where the Piscataquog Trail is located. It is a dedicated, paved trail that is 10’ wide and links visitors to all the amenities downtown Manchester has to offer. This trail is 2.1 miles long and is perfect for any pup skill level! It also connects with the Goffstown Rail Trail and can take you all the way to the town of Goffstown just west of this neighborhood.
Two lovely parks lie in the South Beech Street neighborhood of the adjacent city of Manchester. Take your pup to Brown and Mitchell Park for some open space exercise on its sports field. Be sure to clean up after Fido and keep him on a leash. Or try Kalivas Park and stroll on their paved paths around area monuments, or just relax on the grassy areas throughout. Take a book to read and just chill with your fur-ever friend. When you get hungry, Starbucks, Panera Bread and Cold Stone Creamery are ready to fill your tummies, and offer dog-friendly dining.
The Grasmere neighborhood of the town of Goffstown, just north of Bedford, offers Briar Court Open Space, Cinnamon Woods Open Space, Flagstone Meadows Open Space and Ruth’s Meadows Open Space. Dedicated to offering undeveloped land to its residents and visitors, these open spaces are great to take your fur-iendly friend to rejuvenate in their peaceful environments! Fido can roam here off leash, on voice command. Be sure to pack water for these rural outings. Hungry yet? Head over to either The Village Trestle or Vikster’s Pizza. Both offer a dog-friendly atmosphere with outdoor dining tables to enjoy your meal together.
Take your pup to the Hardy Road neighborhood to visit the Spring Hill Road and Randolph Commons Open Spaces. These areas are dedicated to just enjoying nature at its finest. Or head to the Ash Bog Conservation area with its 14 acres of surrounding land, seasonal pond and short loop trail. And finally, your pup will love a longer hike at the Earl G. Legacy Park. This complex has 63 acres of sports fields, a dedicated skateboarding park, and three miles of trails. The Cross-Country Ski Club uses these trails in the winter, so they are well-maintained!
The South River Road neighborhood offers you and your pup a fine outdoor adventure at the Reeds Ferry State Forest. Formerly called the Dumpling Brook Wildlife Management Area, it is made up of 188 acres of mostly flatlands which are great for a day’s hike. Make your way past running streams through this wooded area. Because this is a rural forest, there are no restroom facilities or available water, so plan accordingly. It is best to bring a picnic lunch, snacks and plenty of bottled water to share. Fido is welcome to visit this forest off leash on voice command.
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