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Hello! My name is Kortnie and I am 28 years old. I have my bachelors in psychology and masters degree in education. However, I have a special place in my heart for animals and enjoying spending time with as well. I have worked in kennels and daycares and as a dog bather in previous jobs. I am somewhat new to the Cape May County area and I am looking forward to meeting your fur babies! I myself have two dogs, a 4 year old chocolate lab and a 12 year old lab/pit mix.
Top Pet Caregiver
Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
My name is Ashley and I grew up around many dogs. My family dog was a shih tzu which we got when I was young and we now care for my grandmom's dog which is also a shih tzu. Growing up I dog sat and walked my neighbor's dogs. Now, as a graduate student, I look for any chance to get some time with animals. Two of my friends have dogs now who I volunteer to watch and walk anytime they'll let me. I love all dogs, big and small and hope you'll consider me as your walker!
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!
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Socially Distanced Pet Care
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.
Top Pet Caregiver
My name is Kim and I’m a dental hygienist. I love all animals and have grown up dog sitting and walking dogs for people in my neighborhood. I am currently in the process of becoming a volunteer at the SPCA. I have a pit bull mix I rescued from the SPCA and also a cat. I love taking my dog for walks and spending my free time with him. I would love to help you care for your pets as well! I'm also good at dealing with pets with anxiety or that are hyperactive, since my current dog has those issues.
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!
“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.
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
Hi, I'm Ana! I'm from Cape May, NJ where my family owns a dog named Rosie. I started dog walking and sitting for my neighbors when I was 15. I have experience with dogs of all sizes, shapes, and temperaments. I love meeting new dogs and being able to give them the attention that they need. I will do my best to treat your dog with love and care, and I will make sure that your Wag! experience is as smooth and positive as possible.
Let me start by saying I just love dogs. So much that I would do this for free. But getting paid to do it is an added bonus. I just graduated law school- currently studying for the bar exam and couldn't think of a better way to find a relief from the books. I have had a dog my whole life but currently he is back at my home. But I have a ton of experience handling strangers/neighbors dogs and have always been great with them.
As one of the furiendly towns making up The Wildwoods Resort, Wildwood Crest welcomes many tourists every year. This puptown is located in Cape May County, New Jersey, and is known for its picturesque beaches. While there are no veterinary clinics in Wildwood Crest, four-legged friends can keep in good health at one of the animal hospitals in the surrounding towns of the Wildwoods Resort area.
When you are in Wildwood Crest, you have got to visit Sunset Lake. This is a beautiful spot that boasts lakefront views, and is perfect for evening walks with your pooch when the sun is setting on the horizon. In addition, you can also enjoy a bit of history, as this is the site of an American Revolutionary War battle. There is plenty of grass for your pup, and benches where you can chill out after a stroll.
All of our four-legged friends like to run; so be sure to check out the Wildwood Crest Bike Path with your pooch! This trail is one mile long, and perfect for exercising and enjoying the fresh air with your pup. Since bikes are allowed on this pathway, it may be best to keep your dog on leash so everyone can have a pawsome day out!
If you need somewhere to stay for the night when you are visiting Wildwood Crest, check in to the Beach Colony Motel. Here you can bring pups of any size for a small additional fee per night. Your furry friend is sure to feel right at home!
For a fun trip to the park with your pooch, head to Sunrise at Rambler Road Park. Here you can wander and enjoy a relaxing stroll, with plenty of open grass where you can play fetch with your pup. There is also a playground for the kids, which means everyone is entertained! Next door, you will find Centennial Park, which has plenty of green open space where you can play with your pup and practice training. When you need to regain some energy, head to Primo Hoagies for some freshly made sandwiches. There are two dog friendly tables outdoors where you can chill out with your furry friend and enjoy some fresh air.
Right next door to Wildwood Crest, you will find the Diamond Beach neighborhood in Cape May. Here you can join the sniff-tastic Cold Springs Bike Path! Every furry friend needs their daily walk and this is a pawsome place to exercise with your pooch and stretch their legs on the trail's 2.7 miles. You can enjoy the sights of Diamond Beach and take a trip across a bridge over the stream nearby. Since bikes can use this path, it is best to keep your four-legged friend on leash. This will make sure everyone has a puptastic day out together!
Only six miles west of Wildwood Crest, you will find the furiendly city of Cape May, and some puptastic places to visit where you can bring your pooch along too! If you are a wine lover, stop by the Cape May Winery where you can visit the tasting rooms and wander around the vineyards on a tour, learning all about how the local wine is made! Pups are welcome to join you, as long as they remain on leash. Of course, if you love beer, then the Cold Spring Brewery is going to be a pawsome place to visit for you! Here you can sit back and relax with an ice cold beer in the brewery house built way back in 1804. Plus, your furry friend can join you on leash!
If you drive only 6.3 miles southwest of Wildwood Crest to the City Center of Cape May, you can have a fantastic day out with your pooch! The Cape May Whale Watcher is a pawsome way to spend the afternoon, with the oppawtunity to spot whales and dolphins on the fastest boats in New Jersey! What’s more, your furry friend is welcome to come on board and join you for the adventure. After all that fun, you are bound to be hungry, so head to the Rusty Nail for a bite to eat! Here you can choose delicious meals and enjoy them outdoors at table on the sand with your pup.
Every pup loves a trip to the beach; so why not travel seven miles west to Cape May? Here you will find the pawsome Sunset Beach where pooches can experience sand beneath their paws and make a splash in the sea! What better way to have fun in the sun than with their favorite toy on the beach? All dogs are welcome, as long as they remain on leash. You can also bring your furry friend for shopping at Sunset Beach Gifts. When you get hungry, stop by the Westside Market for a burger or wrap. There are dog friendly outdoor tables.
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