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    “All animals are good, not bad.”

    Hi, I’m Kellin! I grew up with two Boxer dogs and now my family has three labradoodles! I love being around animals, especially dogs, and I have experience with different breeds. I can’t wait to meet your dog! I do have a dog in my apartment; her name is Ginger! She’s the sweetest, wouldn’t hurt a fly. 6 years 7 months, spayed, lab mix (don’t know with what). She’s super friendly with other dogs/people; I’ve already boarded dogs here at my apartment and there have been no issues :)

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    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, Training experience, Obedience training, Agility training, Behavioral training, Socialization training, Potty training, Therapy training, Service training, Puppy training


    Eric J.
    2021-09-27T11:10:22-07:00
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    “All animals are good, not bad.”

    Hi, I’m Kellin! I grew up with two Boxer dogs and now my family has three labradoodles! I love being around animals, especially dogs, and I have experience with different breeds. I can’t wait to meet your dog! I do have a dog in my apartment; her name is Ginger! She’s the sweetest, wouldn’t hurt a fly. 6 years 7 months, spayed, lab mix (don’t know with what). She’s super friendly with other dogs/people; I’ve already boarded dogs here at my apartment and there have been no issues :)

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    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, Training experience, Obedience training, Agility training, Behavioral training, Socialization training, Potty training, Therapy training, Service training, Puppy training


    Eric J.
    2021-09-27T11:10:22-07:00
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    Verified 20m Walk

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    Best Dog Friendly Neighborhoods in Elephant Butte

    City Center

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,136 per sq. mi.

    City Center

    4848

    The city of Elephant Butte is known for the Dam and Reservoir off the Rio Grande River. The dam is used for agriculture and provides a great place for recreation. You can take your pup hiking around the reservoir or camping at one of the tent sites. Residents and visitors in the area spend time biking and boating here. Pack a picnic basket and relax with snacks and your furry companion. If you are looking for a pooch-friendly place to spend the night, check out the Elephant Butte Inn & Spa.  You and Fido are welcome for an extra fee. 

    Rock Canyon

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    568 per sq. mi.

    Rock Canyon

    3636

    The Rock Canyon Marina is a great place to spend time with the family and your pooch. There is easy access to the northern portion of the lake, and if your pup loves going out on the boat, he will have a swimtastic time. You can also hikE around the marina and stop at the convenience store for a snack. Situated next to the marina, you will find the Sports Adventure/ Paparoni’s Pizzeria. Pups are allowed on the rented boats, and your pooch may love spending time on a pontoon vessel. You can also order an amazing pizza and take it to go or sit at the outdoor tables with your pooch and enjoy a meal.  

    North Date Street

    2424
    Dog ParksDog Parks
    1 park

    Population DensityPopulation Density
    443 per sq. mi.

    North Date Street

    2424

    Fido will love socializing with furry friends at the Carole Wheeler Dog Park on Date Street in Truth or Consequences. There are separate areas for large and small pups, and the park is maintained by volunteers. You can play a game of fetch with your pooch, or relax on a bench and chat with friends. There are doggie waste bags provided to keep the park clean, and water fountains are perfect for keeping Fido hydrated. Just a couple minutes from the dog park, you can get a sandwich and ice cream at Sumthins. There are outdoor picnic tables where you and Fido can enjoy a snack. 

    East Riverside Drive

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    983 per sq. mi.

    East Riverside Drive

    1212

    Situated along the Rio Grande River, the Ralph Edwards Park in Truth or Consequences is just a few miles south of Elephant Butte. The park features plenty of shade where you can walk with your pup. Kids will love the playground, and you can hike around the fishing pond and let your pooch have a snifftastic time. If you need a rest, head over to the gazebo and relax on a bench. Pups need to be kept on a leash, but you will probably see friends and neighbors out walking laps and giving Fido some exercise. If you need a pooch-friendly place to spend the night, check out Riverbend Hot Springs motel. Pups are allowed for an extra fee. 

    Caballo Lake

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    496 per sq. mi.

    Caballo Lake

    00

    South of the town of Truth or Consequences, and about 15 miles from Elephant Butte, the Caballo Lake State Park is perfect for camping and hiking with your adventurous pup. Pitch a tent on the beach, or hike up to the mountain peaks for a more energetic trek. The park also features a campground with BBQ grills where you can hang out with friends and their furry companions, and the kids can run around the playground. Take your fishing pole and relax by the lake while Fido rolls around in the grass or sniffs the plants. 

    City Center

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,136 per sq. mi.

    City Center

    4848

    The city of Elephant Butte is known for the Dam and Reservoir off the Rio Grande River. The dam is used for agriculture and provides a great place for recreation. You can take your pup hiking around the reservoir or camping at one of the tent sites. Residents and visitors in the area spend time biking and boating here. Pack a picnic basket and relax with snacks and your furry companion. If you are looking for a pooch-friendly place to spend the night, check out the Elephant Butte Inn & Spa.  You and Fido are welcome for an extra fee. 

    Rock Canyon

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    568 per sq. mi.

    Rock Canyon

    3636

    The Rock Canyon Marina is a great place to spend time with the family and your pooch. There is easy access to the northern portion of the lake, and if your pup loves going out on the boat, he will have a swimtastic time. You can also hikE around the marina and stop at the convenience store for a snack. Situated next to the marina, you will find the Sports Adventure/ Paparoni’s Pizzeria. Pups are allowed on the rented boats, and your pooch may love spending time on a pontoon vessel. You can also order an amazing pizza and take it to go or sit at the outdoor tables with your pooch and enjoy a meal.  

    North Date Street

    2424
    Dog ParksDog Parks
    1 park

    Population DensityPopulation Density
    443 per sq. mi.

    North Date Street

    2424

    Fido will love socializing with furry friends at the Carole Wheeler Dog Park on Date Street in Truth or Consequences. There are separate areas for large and small pups, and the park is maintained by volunteers. You can play a game of fetch with your pooch, or relax on a bench and chat with friends. There are doggie waste bags provided to keep the park clean, and water fountains are perfect for keeping Fido hydrated. Just a couple minutes from the dog park, you can get a sandwich and ice cream at Sumthins. There are outdoor picnic tables where you and Fido can enjoy a snack. 

    East Riverside Drive

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    983 per sq. mi.

    East Riverside Drive

    1212

    Situated along the Rio Grande River, the Ralph Edwards Park in Truth or Consequences is just a few miles south of Elephant Butte. The park features plenty of shade where you can walk with your pup. Kids will love the playground, and you can hike around the fishing pond and let your pooch have a snifftastic time. If you need a rest, head over to the gazebo and relax on a bench. Pups need to be kept on a leash, but you will probably see friends and neighbors out walking laps and giving Fido some exercise. If you need a pooch-friendly place to spend the night, check out Riverbend Hot Springs motel. Pups are allowed for an extra fee. 

    Caballo Lake

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    496 per sq. mi.

    Caballo Lake

    00

    South of the town of Truth or Consequences, and about 15 miles from Elephant Butte, the Caballo Lake State Park is perfect for camping and hiking with your adventurous pup. Pitch a tent on the beach, or hike up to the mountain peaks for a more energetic trek. The park also features a campground with BBQ grills where you can hang out with friends and their furry companions, and the kids can run around the playground. Take your fishing pole and relax by the lake while Fido rolls around in the grass or sniffs the plants. 

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