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Hi! My name is Lauren and I am a sophomore student at Saint Joseph’s University. I also play on the women’s lacrosse team. I have 2 pups at home who have been in my life since I was young, both whom I love very much and miss while I am away at school! I am an animal lover! I would consider myself a very responsible and trustworthy adult.
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I am very passionate about animal care and have been working in that field for the past few years. I have degrees in Zoo and Conservation Science and Biology, so I can care for other animals besides cats and dogs as well. I have worked for a vet and at an animal shelter in addition to pet sitting. I have experience administering injections and can follow medication schedules. I love to help enrich each pet's day in the best way I can and make sure they receive the best care possible!
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Puppy care
It is my goal to provide a positive and individualized experience for each dog that I am asked to care for. Upon given the opportunity, I would strive to enrich the life of your pet and be a positive presence when your schedule does not allow you to be. As a dog sitter of three years and dog owner myself, I understand and appreciate the unique needs of each dog and would treat your pet as my own.
“A dog is the only thing that loves you more.”
My name is Carrie. I have an 8 year old Shepard mix, a 3 year old Pitty, a 6 year old tabby cat and a 1 year old black kitten. I absolutely love animals and have experience with sitting, walking, and providing overall care for dogs and cats.
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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, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
“Dog lover at heart!”
I grew up with an adorable Cockapoo who passed away in April at the age of 13. I have a bit of a void in my heart and walk dogs to get my “dog fix” in. I am comfortable handling dogs of all sizes and am also comfortable handling 2 dogs at a time. I would love the chance to meet the canine member of your family!
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
“Dogs rule, pups are cool & caring is what I do.”
Hello, my name is Antonio. I've been a "dogs rule, cats drool" dog lover all my life. I have a security background. So safety is my number one concern. I like to make sure your pup gets water after walks in the summer and keep a warming pace in the cold. Can't wait to meet your pup.
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
Stone Harbor, New Jersey is a small village in Cape May County. It is a metropolitan town with plenty of hustle and bustle during the summer, when the population soars over 20,000 due to tourism. Vacationers enjoy the lavish look and feel of this New Jersey borough, with plenty of large, elegant houses and high-end shops for families and tourists to enjoy to the fullest. If you are vacationing here with your dog, you will find there are lots of green places to roll around if you need a break from the shine and glimmer of the retail communities. One of the richest areas in the U.S., Stone Harbor attracts a variety of visitors throughout the year, many of whom bring their dogs along to rest, relax, and enjoy a little fun in the sun.
Dog owners in Stone Harbor are found flocking to Stone Harbor Point in droves for both the grass and the water that surrounds the entire town. You can take your dog there for a hike, a stroll, or even a run. If you prefer a more relaxing afternoon, just bring a picnic blanket and enjoy a good book while Sparky rolls around in the grass beside you.
North Stone Harbor is a delightful neighborhood in this busy resort town. You will find the Stone Harbor Playground is surrounded by grass where you can let your dog roll and play fetch with you all afternoon if you choose. You just need to bring enough waste bags for the trip and be sure to clean up after yourselves before leaving the area. You will find Smuggler's Cove is a great place for a nature walk along the water on the northwestern side of the neighborhood. You and your dog are welcome on a leash; just don't forget to bring some drinking water.
Central Stone Harbor is a pretty, residential part of town where both residents and seasonal tourists like to spend their time exploring the shops before heading to the boardwalk located in the eastern part of town. Your dog is welcome to join you as you walk the main strip -- just be ready to make lots of new friends during the peak tourist months of May through October. The Stone Harbor Recreational Department has a small outdoor park where you and your dog can enjoy some grass and open space for running and playing if you need a break from the busier streets in town.
South Stone Harbor is a wonderful place for you and your dog to explore the greener parts of this exciting summer town. You will find several bayside green spaces where you can take your dog for a leisurely walk on a warm day or a cool evening. Paradise Bay and Sanctuary Bay are both popular with local dog walkers looking for a quiet place to get some fresh air with their four-legged walking buddies. You will find plenty of room to roam here, as well at Sand Marsh Cove, but your dog will need a harness for a safer walk with you.
This small junction is a pretty area for dog walkers to visit. The famous Stone Harbor Bird Sanctuary can be found in this part of town. While your dog's presence will not be appreciated by the feathery friends who reside inside, you will find the paths that weave around the sanctuary are more than satisfactory for a scenic walk with your dog and won't disturb the birds one bit. You will, of course, need to remember your waste bags and your pup will need to mind his manners while making your way through this unique summer gem in the middle of Stone Harbor.
Stone Harbor Boulevard is a hub of activity for those who love to eat their way through the best parts of town. You and your dog will find some enchanting places for a bite with waterside, outdoor seating that will keep you coming back for more during your stay. Buckets Margarita Bar and Cantina is full out gorgeous and colorful outdoor seating. The place can fill up fast, so be sure to grab a table for you and your furry friend as you pass by! Chill is a rooftop restaurant with a dog-friendly outdoor patio where you can indulge in a unique dinner with a view!
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