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Hey there my name's Mariah. I’m 19 years old, and I love dogs! I think Wag is a perfect opportunity for me to get out of the house, get some fresh air, and help people out with their pets!
Hi! My name is Leslie and I own a white miniature schnauzer named Chief. He is 5 years old and my best friend. I am currently a substitute teacher going to school to become a fully certified elementary school teacher. I've grown up with dogs and a number of other animals. I couldn't imagine life without pets, they are one of my biggest joys. I am excited to be a part of wag and to spoiling your fluffy babies!
Thirty-four miles away from Chilili, you’ll find Albuquerque’s North Domingo Baca neighborhood, which consists of quaint residential streets and a small community park. The North Domingo Baca Dog Park, located in the heart of the neighborhood, is an off-leash, fenced park which has all the amenities you’d expect from a pawesome park. You’ll find waste baggies and water provided here, so no need to bring anything except Fido’s favorite toy and plenty of energy! For an on-leash walk, check out the paved path that circles around the soccer field.
Just across the street Albuquerque’s West Park neighborhood is Tingley Beach. But Tingley Beach isn’t your typical beach -- in fact, it’s a dog-friendly wildlife preserve! Your pup must be on their leash while exploring the walking trails and learning more about the plants and animals that call this natural space home. Other human-friendly activities include boating, fishing, bird-watching, and so much more. Swimming -- for both dogs and humans -- is prohibited at Tingley Beach.
The USS Bullhead Memorial Park is located right outside the southern border of Siesta Hills, a quiet residential community in southeast Albuquerque. Dogs who live in this neighborhood are lucky, because off-leash fun is waiting for them right across the street at the on-site dog park! The USS Bullhead Memorial Dog Park is fenced, and offers separate spaces for large and small breeds to lay. Water, seating, and shade are available, but you’ll need to bring your own waste bags. Locals think this park is furrific, so your canine companion is sure to make some new friends here!
If you want your pooch to run off some energy, visit the Coronado Dog Park. This off-leash, fenced park has plenty of space for your pup to run and romp with other furry friends, or play one-on-one with you. The surface is mainly wood chips in addition to some grassy areas. Something to keep in mind is that your pooch must be at least 6 months of age to visit the park. Some shade is available, but you’ll need to bring your own drinking water and waste bags. Oh, and don’t forget Fido’s favorite toy!
If you and your pooch are looking for a great place to hike, look no further than the Paseo del Bosque Trail. This former rail line has been converted into a dog-friendly walking trail by the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy. The 16-mile trail is paved with asphalt, so you’ll need to keep an eye on your pup’s paws if you’re hiking on a summer day. Be sure to bring water with you. You can access the trail from various points in Albuquerque, including the Rio Grande Nature Center; check out the city’s official website to find a trail map.
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