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I am a 2018 college graduate of psychology. I use wag as a great way to explore my new town and help cherish my love for animals. I grew up owning a dog, cat, fish, hamster, rabbit and three horses. I have left the animal farm and miss caring for animals. My apartment complex currently does not allow pets - Wag! provides me with a great platform to continue caring for the ones I love. Message for longer hikes!
Hello! I am so excited to start helping you care for your pet! I have grown up with dogs my whole life and I always love to be around them. Nature, me and dogs are the perfect match! I have worked on a farm for 5 years so along with dogs I know about plenty of different animals! I look forward to meeting your pup.
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I am a dog lover and a genuine person. I will do my job to the best I can and I am always willing to learn new things. I will ask questions if I am not sure and I am big on following instructions and doing things the way they are requested to be done. I am looking to walk dogs and share the love I have for them since I was a child. I enjoy playing and caring for them and one day to even create my own shelter to help rescue dogs. I love all dogs!
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Hi Everyone! My name is Sarah. I am first and foremost, and animal lover. I have years of experience working with dogs at Guide Dog schools and the Humane Society. I have worked with many different personalities and I am very patient and caring. I can't wait to be your dogs new friend!
I have experience walking dogs professionally for over six years . I have walked and cared for all types of dogs, ranging from beautiful Golden Retrievers, memorable mutts of all sizes, various poodle mixes and Dachshunds to name a few. I enjoy helping meet your pets health and exercise needs and I look forward to getting to know your unique family member.
The small community of Bangall, located in New York's Hudson Valley, is a rural area surrounded by trees and fields. Dogs and their owners can enjoy walks along country roads as they explore the outdoors. There are a variety of parks, trails, and natural areas within a half-hour drive of this neighborhood. The closest veterinarian is less than ten miles from Bangall.
Spend a day hiking in the Taconic Hereford Multiple Use Area that's about a 13-mile drive southwest from Bangall. With 917 acres of forested land and over 27 miles of trails and roads, this is a popular place to go hiking. Make sure to keep your pup under control and to pick up any droppings.
Another puptacular facility is the Lafayetteville Multiple Use Area to the north. Drive about nine miles to get to this undeveloped 715-acre park. There are no marked trails, but it is open for you and Fido to go hiking or camping together.
If you want to get out on the water to go fishing with your special pal, bring your boat to the Wappinger Creek Fishing Access area on Jameson Hill Road. This boat ramp is located about 3.5 miles southwest of Bangall.
Whether you're visiting the area or planning to stay, Bangall offers a variety of outdoor adventures for you and your pup.
In the hamlet of Bangall, you can take your pooch for a stroll past trees and open spaces as you hike along the country roads. When you're looking for a pawtastic outdoor adventure, head north about five miles to the Stissing Mountain Multiple Use Area. This 590-acre state facility includes over three miles of trails and roads. Dogs are welcome to join you in the facility as long as they're under your control. The park is primitive, so you'll need to bring along your own water and other supplies. If you want to extend your stay, you can bring a tent and set up camp at least 150 feet from any trails, streams, or roads.
Just over a mile southwest of Bangall, you'll find the small community of Stanfordville. This rural hamlet has a recreational park where you and Fido can get out and enjoy some exercise. Walk or jog on the trail that wanders along Wappinger Creek. Dogs are permitted to join you in the park, except in the swimming area, provided you keep them on a leash and pick up any messes. If you're looking for dog-friendly accommodations in the area, check out The Mill. This converted historic building has a stream and waterfall on site. Contact the owners for details about fees and restrictions for pets.
The small town of Amenia, located about ten miles east of Bangall, offers a friendly atmosphere for dogs and their owners. In this community, you'll find a furrific mixed-use pathway. Head to the Harlem Valley Rail Trail to get some exercise with your furry pal. Formerly the New York and Harlem Railroad, this asphalt and crushed stone pathway is part of the National Rails-to-Trails Conservancy. Dogs on a leash are allowed to join you as you walk or jog on the trail. After getting some exercise, grab a bite at Serevan. This fine dining establishment has dog-friendly outdoor tables on the garden terrace.
About 11 to 12 miles southeast of Bangall, the hamlet of Wassaic is a rural community surrounded by forestland. This area offers peaceful surroundings where you and Fido can go exploring. One pawtacular spot to visit is the Wassaic Multiple Use Area. There are no trails in this 488-acre facility, but it is open for hiking and back country camping. If you plan to stay overnight, be careful to set up your camp at least 150 feet from any roads or streams. Bring along your own water and waste bags. Dogs are permitted to join you in the area as long as you keep them under your control at all times.
The village of Millbrook in the Hudson Valley is about eight miles south of Bangall. This quiet berg offers some dog-friendly dining, a beautifully landscaped garden, and a village greenway. Leash up your pup and visit the Tribute Gardens to enjoy a quiet walk. Take the paved path that winds through the facility. You can extend your stroll through town by taking the self-guided Museum in the Streets walking tour. Dogs are permitted in public areas provided they're kept on a leash and you pick up their waste. Complete your day with tasty American fare at Babette's Kitchen. This restaurant has pet-friendly tables outside.
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