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I am Christine and have a true passion for canines. I have had canines and cared for them since the age of 3. I absolutely love to walk. My friends and family call me the dog whisperer. I would love to have the opportunity to take care of your fur baby/babies. I am very honest and trustworthy. Your pup no matter how big or small will be in great hands and taken care of like my own!
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Dog first aid and/or CPR, Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
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!
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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Training experience
Milford is a charming town in New Hampshire with a population of more than 15,000 people. Once a part of neighboring town Amherst, Milford separated in 1794 and got its own name from being built around a mill built on a ford.
Today, Milford is the center of the retail and manufacturing industries of the Souhegan Valley. It's also a lovely place to raise a family, furry members included! You can enjoy outdoor activities year-round here, as Milford experiences all four seasons. Milford also has a handful of veterinarians to ensure your pooch is always in tip-top shape!
One of the most special dog-friendly activities you can do in Milford is hiking the Morrissette Trail. This trail was opened in 2012 as part of Summit for a Cure. The Morrissette Trail takes you from the lowest to the highest point of New Hampshire, and your leashed dog is welcome to join you on your journey, which takes about an hour and a half. All of the $10 it costs to hike the trail goes toward fighting cancer, so not only are you enjoying a beautiful walk with your dog, but you're contributing to a great cause, too.
This dog-friendly activity is just the start of all the adventures you'll have with your dog in and around Milford!
Monson Village is the tract of land that was the original settlement of Milford, and today it's a historic, 269-acre area with recreational opportunities for the entire family. In addition to large, open fields, there's a network of trails that run through Monson Village, which makes it a pawfect place to walk your dog. Your dog is allowed off-leash here, provided they are under voice control. Another thing that makes Monson Village is the caretaker, Russ, who is a descendant of one of the settlers. He and his wife restored the last colonial home on the property, and now it's a museum. During your walk at Monson Village, you and your pup will come across cellar holes with historical information about the families who lived there, as well as a variety of wildlife and other natural features.
Hudson is a town in New Hampshire located about 15 miles from Milford. Right in the heart of Hudson sits the Hudson Dog Park at Benson Park. Benson Park is a large park with amenities that include playgrounds, a small animal farm, walking trails, and, of course, the off-leash dog park! The dog park opened in 2012 and it's become a special place for residents and visitors to allow their dogs to romp around off-leash. There is a separate section just for little dogs, and the park also includes some agility equipment, seating, and waste bags. There isn't a running water source at the park, but visitors note that other park guests are always eager to share in case you forget your own.
Nashua, New Hampshire is the second largest city in the state, and it takes just over 20 minutes to drive there from Milford. In the center of Nashua, there's a place called Mine Falls Park, and it's a great spot to explore with your dog. Mine Falls Park is a scenic, 325-acre park, and while it may not technically be an off-leash dog park, it's still a very dog-friendly place to walk your dog. There are miles of trails that include paved and unpaved paths. You can explore the main trail or branch off onto one of the shorter trails where you and your dog will get to enjoy a world of your own. There are maps throughout the park, and at each station, doggie waste bags are provided for your convenience.
Southwest Nashua is home to a large, 3-acre dog park that includes big and small dog sections. It takes about 25 minutes to drive there from Milford. The dog park is located behind the Yudicky Farms softball fields, and there is parking near the dog park entrance. The Nashua Dog Park requires a membership fee as well as an orientation appointment to ensure your dog is a good fit for the park. At this appointment, a swab will be taken from your dog's mouth so the staff can match the DNA of any dog waste left in the park, for which you'd be required to pay a $90 fine. This is how the park strives to keep the space as clean as possible, and visitors note that it seems to be working!
It takes less than 30 minutes to drive the 15 miles northeast of Milford to west Manchester, New Hampshire. This is where you'll find the Manchester Dog Park, which is the first and only of its kind in town! The Manchester Dog Park is a 10,000 square foot space that isn't divided into big and small dog sections, so dogs of all sizes interact with one another. The surface of this park is sand, and it has a double-gated entry system for added security. There are waste disposal stations throughout the park, but be sure to bring your own water. This park requires an annual fee of $10, and it also includes some agility equipment, picnic tables, toys, fire hydrants, and covered seating areas.
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