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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’ll give your dog a kind and safe walk!”
Hello! My name is Kyle and I am an actor living in NYC. I joined Wag in hopes to spend more time outside (since most of my time is spent in a theater) while getting to walk dogs and save a bit more money. I grew up on a farm with animals of all shapes and sizes/dogs of my own, so my love and understanding of animals is vast! I hope I can help you make sure your dog gets the fresh air and exercise it needs!
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Can run with dogs, Senior dog care
Hello, my name is Emily Carranza. I am currently a senior at Quinnipiac University. I have been walking dogs since I was very young and have trained dogs for many years now. I absolutely love and enjoy getting some exercise in while doing something I love (walking dogs). I will always be attentive and caring of your pups when I take them for walks. I can ensure you that your dog is safe with me and will most likely get spoiled in the process! I promise that your dog will never be disappointed!
Top Pet Caregiver
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
I’m Elaine, and I’m a friend to all the dogs! It seems everywhere I go, I’ll meet a dog that’ll want me to pet and play, and I’ll always happily oblige - it’s one of my favorite things in the world. Because I’m a flight attendant, I travel too often to have my own dog, so I am thrilled to be able to spend time with yours!
Top Pet Caregiver
Can run with dogs, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Puppy care, Fast walker
When I was young I always hanged around dogs I didn't know. I was short in height and the dogs were bigger than me but they all walked around with me with no leash even though I didn't know them they were my furry friends. If the dog wants to walk left I go left if the dog wants to make a right turn I will go right. I'm not here to discipline the dogs I'm here to let the dog have as much fun as possible and be as safe as possible. If the dog is lonely I will take away that loneliness but giving the dog plenty attention.
I am student enrolled at Fordham University for graduate school who has a deep love for dogs. I've grown up with not only dogs but a variety of animals and am very experienced with all types. I have fostered 20+ puppies with different medical needs and can handle any sort of dog, whether it is shy or aggressive. I've dog sat for countless friends, neighbors and family members so I can handle any type of dog.
Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
“Double-you Ay El Kay”
Hi, I'm Roman. I'm a lot like a dog: friendly, loyal, food-loving, and always excited to help! I have adopted two pups of my own, one Black Lab and one Rhodesian Ridgeback / German Shepherd mix. In addition to dog walking, my specialties are long-term pet-sitting and caring for senior dogs.
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“Animal lover! Trustworthy,honest, reliable!”
Hi I’m Krissy and I’ve been working with animals for over six years now! I have seven cats of my own and four dogs they are all the absolute loves of my life. I’ve worked at many dog daycares, rescues, shelters, dog boarding, grooming, kennels, etc. I’ve done it all! I’m definitely the right person to have care for your fur baby(s).
Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
Hi! My name is Amanda. I was born and raised in New York City. I have had a poodle and a pitbull while growing up so I am familiar with dogs of all sizes and ages. I look forward to walking your dog next!
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!
Hi there! My name is Jenn. I’m a graduate student and professional Stage Manager in the greater new area. When I’m not working or in class, I love spending time with my fiance and cats, I love watching The Office or Harry Potter, and I love walking pooches! I’m so excited to meet your precious furry family members.
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The town of Carmel lies near New York’s eastern border with Connecticut, about 10 miles from Danbury. It is primarily a bedroom community, but also attracts visitors with its parks and lakes. And for those times when your fur-baby needs medical attention, Carmel is home to at least 4 veterinary hospitals, with more in nearby communities, standing by to help get your woofer up and chasing his tail again in no time! Arf!
There is a hike in Carmel that has become popular with families and dog-owners: The Mount Ninham Fire Tower. People regularly make the walk with their small children, even in strollers, because the trail is a wide gravel path. From the parking area on Mt Ninham Court, the trail is about 1.5 miles, and part of it is somewhat steep. But once you get to the top, the view is spectacular, and if you climb the tower, you can see the NYC skyline and much more! The climb up the tower is safe for kids and dogs because of the 3-ft chain link fence with railings on both sides of the stairway. Having said that, it’s important to keep Fido on his leash and stay close to the tots. The hike up to the tower is laced with wildflowers and many birds, and depending on the season, the leaves on the surrounding trees are more than just a source of cooling shade. It’s a great walk with dogs, relatively short and easy, whether you climb the tower or not! Woofderful!
Whatever your reason for being in Carmel, be sure to take advantage of some of the natural resources on offer! There’s something for everyone!
The Carmel Town Center is home to the Paul A Camarda Park, with its 36 acres of active and passive park area. Featuring a playground and sports fields for the humans, this dog-friendly park also offers walking paths just made for relatively short walks with your fur-pup! Surrounded by woods, the trees offer respite from the mostly sun-drenched fields and lawns. The walk takes you back down the access road to the park where you’ll find a bench and a path back up and around the perimeter of the park for about 20 minutes. A nature trail with interactive markers is in progress, but the walk across the meadows and through the perimeter trees is a pawrfect way to spend some outdoor time with your furry bestie and family!
dog-friendly Cranberry Mountain Wildlife Management Area resides in this
neighborhood of Patterson, a town adjacent to Carmel. This is a 450-acre preserve on the mountaintop
that features a network of trails and several types of natural areas: ponds,
forested trails and open fields. The trails are open but unmarked, 4 miles in
total and looped. Hunting is permitted during designated seasons in the
preserve so be sure to research dates and bring along blaze orange garments for
both you and the pup if you decide to venture in during those times. As this is
a mixed-user trail, you might also encounter, along with the birds and
wildlife, mountain bicyclists, too. This is a barktiful and paw-inspiring park,
so come soon!
The town of Mahopac is Carmel’s nextdoor neighbor to the west, and its Mahopac Falls neighborhood is where you’ll find pup-friendly Sycamore Park, which boasts 32 acres and is home to a dog park. Besides its active recreation facilities like softball and baseball fields and a playground, the park has walking paths dotted with benches and trees. The fenced off-leash dog park has separate sections for large and small dogs, plus lots of play and agility equipment to keep the canine members of the family busy socializing and exercising! When you’re finished, head over to the concession stand for some refreshment or grill up some pawlicious grub at the picnic area. This is a family- and dog-friendly park, for sure!
Dog-friendly Volz Park in the Mahopac Town Center features 15 acres of undeveloped land that is open for free-reign play and walking with your unleashed pup. The park is not fenced in, so be sure to keep a close eye on him. From this park, you will get furbulous views of Lake Mahopac, with birds and small mammals to keep you and your fur-pup company! The beautiful iron and stone gates welcome you to lush meadows and trees, just southwest of downtown. Don’t miss this natural and relatively untouched parcel of land while it is still undeveloped for a great experience for you and Fido! Woofderful!
This neighborhood in nearby Danbury in Connecticut is home to the Farrington Woods Park, with 192 acres of open space and trails, and a great pond for paddling a canoe or kayak with your fur-pup. The hiking trails are ripe for exploring, wide and mainly easy, although there are a few uphill climbs. Featuring 3 overlook areas and 6 separate but interlocking dirt trails totaling 11 miles, how long you and your fur-buddy spend here is totally up to you! None of the trails is especially long, but you could easily cobble together a longer walk. The deeply wooded trek that edges near some ponds also feature a pawsome gorge and waterfall, Be sure to visit this one! It’s pawrrific!
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