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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.
Hi, my name is Galina. I’m living in Margate with my family. I am a stay home mom with a lifelong passion and love all animals. I have been caring for animals since I was young. I truly feel a lot of joy when helping others and their pets. I would take care of your pets as if they were my own. Taking care of dog throughout my life time, I have developed a natural affinity for them. Pet sitting is awesome and I want to spent time with as many wonderful pets as I can. I would pet sit for families, friends and neighbors.
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I am a lifelong dog lover! I have been around dogs all my life and have learned a lot over the years. When your dog is with me, you can have some peace of mind and know that your pup is safe and having a great time!
Hi! I’m Gina. I’ve had dogs and many other animals my whole life. I have a German Shepard who is ESA Certified, as well as a little fluffy Maltese mix! I’m currently in school to pursue my dream of being a Vet Technician. My goal in life is to make others happy. With that being said, dogs are wonderful and I’d love to be able to help out you and your fur baby 1 walk at a time.
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, Training experience, Obedience training, Behavioral training, Socialization training, Potty training, Therapy training, Service training, Puppy training
“I work hard so my dog can have a better life.”
Hi! My name is Laura, and I like dogs more than people! Okay, that might not be the best thing to say, but let’s be honest, dogs have such an unrelenting joy and love about them that just makes them so lovable, and I love spending time with them. I’m a dog mom myself, so I know how important it is to make sure that your dog has the best care in the world, and I ensure you that I will give your dog that care!
Socially Distanced Pet Care
Can run with dogs, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
“Peace. Love. Dogs <3”
Hi, I’m Becca! I grew up in Brewer, ME with a chocLab (Bear) I currently live in NJ with my Choc Lab (Chance). I began walking my dog Bear at the age of 8 and I’ve always enjoyed doing it! I have experience with dogs of all sizes / ages, from a 2-week old puppy to a fully grown great Dane! I love meeting new dogs and catering to each one’s needs. As I know that every dog is different. I’d love to help keep your dog fit, healthy, and most importantly happy!
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 Katherine! I’m originally from Philadelphia but moved to DC for school. My first pet I grew up with, Goldie, was a Golden Retriever and Yellow Labrador mix. We added a new member to our family, Emmy, who is a boisterous Westie! I miss her dearly, which is why I wanted to become a Wag dog walker. I’ve always loved being around dogs and nothing makes me happier than spending my free time with pups of all ages and sizes. I can’t wait to meet your best friend!
Dog lover and caregiver for over 15 years. Experience with small and up to large bully breeds. I've cared for puppies 9 weeks old up to our senior furry friends. I've worked with dog rescues and other organizations to help our friends in need. I'm very active with my pets and would offer the same to yours. Your pet will enjoy playtime, love, and walk/runs with me. I have a calm demeanor that dogs appreciate and I enjoy working with them on their skills and keeping them happy and fit. Your furry loved ones will be in great hands with me.
I'm currently a senior at Rutgers University, majoring in Pre-Veterinary Medicine and Research. I have been extremely lucky to have had the opportunity to work with cows, pigs, goats, sheep, and chickens through my program at school. I also volunteer on the weekends at the Happy Homes Animal Shelter with cats, and am a dog walker/cat socializer at the Ocean City Humane Society when I'm at home. I’m so happy to add that I’ve started a job as a veterinary technician at the Warren Township Animal Hospital! I grew up in South Jersey with two Standard Poodles named Mollie and Ellie. I also grown up around Pitbulls, English Springer Spaniels, miniature Poodles, Shitzus, and Boston Terriers. I absolutely love animals, and cannot wait to meet your dogs! I also have experience with hamsters, guinea pigs, hedgehogs, rabbits, snakes, lizards, turtles, and fish. I absolutely love animals, and would love to help you take care of your fur-baby while you're away. I'm also comfortable feeding and checking on cats, or other animals that may need attention while you're out of the house.
Hi! My name is Honna and I'm a student at Fairleigh Dickinson University. I grew up in South Jersey and have always loved running around/playing with my three dogs. Currently, I am studying to become a veterinarian. Your dog/dogs will always be with a loving and enthusiastic dog person!
Hello, my name is Ashley and I live in Wayne, PA. I have always had pets and especially love dogs. I have a 2 year old Italian Greyhound who loves to run and lounge in the sun. I have volunteered at Main Line Animal Shelter - walking dogs, spending time with them and giving them baths. I teach yoga and meditation both publicly and privately. I look forward to meeting your dog and giving them some love while you are out!
Famous for being the oldest settlement in Atlantic County, Somers Point is a town packed with history and heritage, as well as plenty of natural beauty. With several green areas to explore, a beach to stroll on, dog-friendly restaurants to dine at, and a highly rated veterinary hospital, Somers Point has everything you could need for a pawtastic time with Fido.
If your pooch enjoys the sun, sand and surf, then the William Morrow Beach will be a big hit. This sandy stretch of shoreline is open to the public during the summer months, and features lifeguards, restrooms and plenty of parking. Dogs are welcome to enjoy the beach too, but do need to be kept on a lead at all times.
For dogs who prefer grass to sand, there are a few parks worth checking out in Somers Point. The John F. Kennedy Park is always popular, with its large playground, gazebo, new boat ramp and picnic area. The park also boasts stunning views out over Great Egg Harbor Bay.
When you and Fido start to feel hungry, stop off for a bite to eat at one of Somers Point's dog-friendly restaurants. Back Bay BBQ is a road-side BBQ shack with outdoor tables for you and Fido to dine at together, while Buona Vita specializes in traditional and authentic Italian cuisine.
With so much to keep you and Fido busy, there will never be a dull moment when the two of you are in Somers Point.
Old Town Somers Point is a historic part of town, filled with fascinating architecture. After a walk around the neighborhood, stop off at Fehrle Field, where you will find a few different sports facilities. If your pooch needs a longer walk, this neighborhood contains the Somers Point Bike Path, a paved trail that runs for 6.5 miles in total, through four different cities. This is such a gorgeous area of Somers Point, and if you and Fido don't want to leave, you can spend the night in this neighborhood at the Tavern on the Bay Resort. This dog-friendly hotel allows two pets of any size to stay in guest rooms with their owners, for a small additional fee each night.
Directly adjacent to Somers Point is the Linwood Bike Path neighborhood in Linwood, and, as you may have guessed from its name, this is where the Linwood Bike Path, which follows on from the Somers Point Bike Path, runs. If your pooch would prefer a more tranquil walk, head on over to Harshorne Park, which features plenty of trees, benches, and a relaxing atmosphere. Also in this neighborhood is the All Wars Memorial Park, where you will find sports fields, a roller hockey rink, playgrounds and a paved walking path for you and your pup to stroll on. Dogs are welcome in both parks, but a lead is essential.
The Linwood neighborhood of Gold Coast Linwood is right next to Somers Point, and provides access to a couple of green spaces that your pooch will no doubt love. The first is a 1720 acre patch of greenery by Scull Bay, known as Meadowland. The majority of these grounds consist of wetlands that are home to a few different endangered species of birds, as well as several other plant and animal species. Adjoining on to Meadowland is the Linwood City Park. This is a passive park with plenty of natural diversity, as well as a couple of short walking trails.
Less than a mile from Somers Point is the Egg Harbor neighborhood of South Egg Harbor Township, and there are quite a few pawsome activities that you can enjoy with your pooch here. Begin with a visit to the Egg Harbor Township Nature Reserve, which is a beautiful 220 acre natural sanctuary. There are a few facilities within the park, from hiking and biking trails to fishing spots and an observation deck, as well as several picnic areas. If you and your pooch really want to make the most of this neighborhood, you can spend the night at the Sleepy Hollow Campground. Not only are dogs allowed within the grounds here, there is even a fully-fenced off-lead dog park so that Fido can release all of his energy before curling up for the night.
The Ocean City neighborhood of Ocean City – North End is less than a mile from Somers Point, and is such a scenic area to spend a few hours. The boardwalk here is extremely popular, and while dogs are not allowed on the boardwalk itself, they are welcome to frolic about on the beach between October and March. If your pooch would prefer some greenery, take a stroll over to Memorial Park. This spacious park features a historic memorial, as well as beautiful landscaping and several short paved paths that make it easy to explore the whole park. After all of that walking, treat Fido to a meal at Ocean City's Island Grill Seafood and Steak House. This dog-friendly restaurant serves up fresh seafood and steak dishes, and while dogs are welcome throughout the week, you are advised to time your visit so that it does not coincide with their rush hours.
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