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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.
I'm in college currently enrolled at Widener University. I've had my own dog walking business in my hometown since I was about 12 years old, and I've walked over 100 dogs. My goal when using this app is to help make busy pet owners' lives easier by taking care of and walking their dogs when they're not around. I have a furry friend of my own and I understand the responsibility when taking care of a dog.
Top Pet Caregiver
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
“My heart beats for pups!”
Super fun, big hearted, kind, loving Mama that loves dogs and enjoys caring for them! Would love to be a part of your pups walks and have some fun with them. They are in excellent loving hands!
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Fast walker
“Let me be your new walking paw-tner!”
Greetings animal lovers! After years of being a parent to dozens of pets, I found myself loving quality time with all animals. From dachshunds to great danes, I have cared for dogs and animals of all shapes & sizes. I look forward to meeting you and your special furry family member.
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
“Pets are friends and family.”
Hi, I'm a current Graduate student at Ross University SVM. I have my BS in Animal science and have worked in animal shelters for 5 years with a year of vet tech experience.
Dog first aid and/or CPR, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
Hi! My name is Gina and I am a recent graduate from The College of New Jersey. I have been a volunteer at EASEL animal shelter for the last four years so I have a lot of experience in walking dogs of all shapes and sizes! I also have experience dog-sitting for family and friends. I'm a pretty active person and enjoy taking long walks/runs and in my free time I like to read and paint.
Can run with dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
I am a graduate student who would love to get some fresh air with your pup! I grew up in Vermont with two wonderful dogs, Red (Retriever mix) and Buddy (Collie/Newfoundland). I have experience with both puppies and geriatric dogs. I walked and sat for my previous roommate's American Shepard for 1 year, from the time he was 8 weeks old. I also walked/sat a geriatric Border Collie for 1 year. Due to classes, my availability is variable, so I am best suited for on-demand and one-time walks.
Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Puppy care
Hello! My name is Keith and I have been a dog owner all my life. Growing my best friend was an all white coat German Shepard named "Star" and boy was he a star! Since then I've owned and taken care of many breeds from Dalmatians to Chihuahuas, and especially those lovable mix breeds. I am very familiar with all of the parks and pet playgrounds in center city Philadelphia and am always looking forward to meeting the next canine friend.
Named after Ebenezer Tucker, Tuckerton is a small borough in Ocean County surrounded by Little Egg Harbor Township. If you decide to visit this cozy locale, you should definitely check out Tuckerton Seaport, which is a working maritime village and museum where you can see plenty of historic buildings, a maritime forest, nature trails, wetlands, and more. The climate here is humid subtropical, which means that the summers are hot and humid and the winters are mild and cozy. You and your pooch can enjoy outdoor activities here all year long! And Tuckerton is also home to three vet clinics which will keep your pup in tip-top health.
If you're looking for a place to stay with your dog and you love camping, you should consider going to Atlantic City North Family Campground. Dogs are allowed, but must be leashed and cleaned up after. This is only pet-friendly lodging option in town, but you can find plenty more in Atlantic City if you and Fido don't want to "ruff" it!
If you and your hound get hungry after exploring Tuckerton, head over to Dockside Cafe to grab a coffee or a light bite. Leashed, well-behaved dogs are more than welcome to dine with you at the outdoor seating area.
In town, there is one place where you can take your leashed doggo for a little exercise: Tip Seaman Park. The park can be found on the west side of the town. Although this park isn't the largest and it has limited seating, it's enough for a casual walk with your dog. There are water fountains, but they're rarely in service, so the smart thing to do is to bring your own drinking water. Tennis courts, basketball courts, and a kids' playground area are available here. During the summer, mosquitos are a big problem, so bring some bug spray with you!
Some doggies prefer to catch a frisbee in the sand and chase a ball in the ocean waves. For those precious doggos, we recommend the Longport Dog Beach, located approximately 33 miles away from Tuckerton in Egg Harbor Township. This beach offers extra fun for your pups -- leashes are optional! If you decide to pay a visit to this beach, keep in mind that you have to bring your own water and poop baggies, and since there are no trash cans, be prepared to dispose of the garbage off-site.
The beach is very clean and dogs of all sizes interact here daily!
Another choice that you have in the vicinity of Tuckerson is the Brigantine North End Beach. The beach is located in North Brigantine, around 33 miles away from Tuckerton. Leashed doggies are welcome on this beach in all seasons! However, in the Natural Area, pooches are only permitted during the off-season, from September to May. The beach is spacious and there are always plenty of dogs to play with there. You can park very close to the beach or even on the beach if you can sniff out a spot. The beach is very clean, so you should bring poop baggies to keep it that way. Bring water for your pup as well!
The Barnegat Light Dog Park is located 22 miles away from Tuckerton, and it can be found at the north end of Long Beach Island. If you decide to take your pup here, be aware that you need a Paw Pass to gain entry. There are annual and weekly passes so you don't have to worry if you're not a resident. In order to get the pass, you'll have to show your dog license and proof of current rabies vaccination. The place is fenced with a double-gated entrance, which makes it very safe. It tends to get muddy after a rain, so bring a towel!
Ocean City Dog Park is ruffly 34 miles away from Tuckerton. Before going to this park, you'll have to apply for membership or a weekly pass, which can be done in the town hall. The place is safe and secure and provides three different areas. One area is for doggos over 25 lbs., another one is for doggos under 25 lbs., and the third one is a general dog play area. The park has water fountains, seating areas, scoopers and waste baggies, trash cans, picnic tables, play equipment, parking nearby, and paw-lenty of other amenities!
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