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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.
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
“Responsible and Caring Dog Walker”
Hi, I'm Ari! I'm a responsible dog walker who has experience taking care of a visually impaired elderly pug. Part of my past responsibilities include feeding, walking, and bathing animals. I also have a cat of my own. I’ve volunteered to take care of exotic animals in the past such as pigs, goats, snakes, ferrets, and guinea pigs. I was responsible for cleaning animals' cages and supervising children w animals. I’m a patient and respectful person + will take your pets' needs into consideration.
Top Pet Caregiver
Can run with dogs, Senior dog care, Special needs dog 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
Hello! I am originally from New York and I have worked with animals for over 10 years. I have experience working in a veterinary hospital, a doggie daycare/hotel and am currently working as a dog groomer! I love dogs of all sizes and breeds.
Top Pet Caregiver
Oral medicine administration, 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.
Hi my name is Eddie .l would like very much to walk and care for your pup! I have owned and cared for many different breeds. I will care for your dog as if it were my own.
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, 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.
“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
Hey! I'm Cassandra and I'm here because I want to expand upon the services I've been offering my neighbors for years! I have two cats of my own, but don't worry I don't buy into the cat and dog rivalry - I love both! I have a background in volunteer work in working with horses and kids at a therapeutic horsemanship barn and also have personal riding experience. I regularly pet sit and genuinely love cuddling and caring for all types of animals. I'm a recent high school graduate and promise my commitment and care to your pets and home. If you have any questions or concerns always feel free to contact me - I care about the safety of your pets as much as you do! I am a dog sitter because I understand how important it is to put your pet in the care of someone who is not just responsible but also kind and affectionate. Pets are family.
“It's the Leash I Can Do!”
Hi, I'm Aleeza! I'm a student at Rutgers University studying Psychology and Animal Science with the intention of becoming an Animal Assisted Therapist. I absolutely adore animals and have been walking dogs since the age of 8. I grew up with two dogs of my own, so I understand the struggle that sometimes comes with balancing day to day tasks and finding the time to walk and care for your very special pup. I guarantee a safe and satisfactory experience for you and your pet!
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, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
Although Cold Spring may be only 50 miles from New York City, this quaint village has such an idyllic, old-world feel to it that it almost seems as though you have stepped back in time. Not only is the historic heart of the village so well-preserved, and complete with parks, trails, dog-friendly restaurants and a reputable animal hospital, but the outskirts of Cold Spring is home to some of the finest dog walks that New York has to offer.
There are so many pawriffic hiking trails to choose from in Cold Spring, with a few of them being located in the Clarence Fahnestock State Park. This 14,337 acre park has four ponds, two lakes, plenty of wildlife, and a number of different hiking trails. Both the School Mountain Road Trail and the Moneyhole Mountain Trail stretch out for just over four miles, while shorter walks include the half mile Trout Brook Trail, the quarter mile Clear Lake Connector Trail, and the one mile Cabot Trail.
After all of that walking, Fido deserves to relax and be treated to a meal at one of Cold Spring's dog-friendly restaurants. For scenic views while you chow down on an artisanal pizza, Riverview is the place to go, while the Cold Spring Depot Restaurant is known for their pub fare, with daily seafood specials. If you get the chance, be sure to check out Hudson Hill's Market and Café in the morning, as their breakfasts are the perfect way to start the day.
Not only are there a seemingly-endless choice of walks to be had in Cold Spring, but the views and the food are unbeatable too, making this the perfect place to spend some quality time with your pooch.
Being located on the bank of the Hudson River, Cold Spring's Village Center boasts some pawtastic waterfront views. Some of the most scenic panoramas can be found at Dockside Park, a river-front square with plenty of benches from where you and Fido can take in your picturesque surroundings. If your pooch would like to do some more walking, the Old Forge Trail Loop is in this neighborhood. With 1.6 miles that will take the two of you through some beautiful forested areas, this is a walk that is suitable for all skill levels, but remember to bring a lead, doggie bags and drinking water with you.
There are some truly pawsome dog walks to be had in the North Highland/ Nelson Corners neighborhood. Begin at the Hudson Highlands State Park, an undeveloped preserve that stretches out for almost 6000 acres. There are four different hiking trails to choose from here, including the five mile Cornish Estate Trail Loop and the extremely challenging 3.7 mile Breakneck Ridge Trail. If your pooch would prefer a more relaxing walk, Little Stony Point Park is considered to be one of the prettiest places in the Hudson Valley, with a quick and nature-filled one-mile loop trail for you and Fido to explore.
The small town of Garrison is less than a ten minute drive from Cold Spring, and has a few tail-wagging hiking trails to choose from. The Castle Rock and Sugarloaf Hill Trail is just under seven miles long, with spectacular views over the Hudson River and West Point, and while the climb up Sugarloaf Hill is quite steep in areas, this is a hike that any dog should be able to handle without a problem. The Manitou Point Preserve Trail is also in this neighborhood, and is a three mile loop trail that takes you along the Hudson River, passing by a picturesque waterfall.
The Cornwall-on-Hudson neighborhood of Cornwall Landing is directly across the river from Cold Spring, and takes about half an hour in the car to reach. The drive is worth it thanks to the Angola Road Park, which is not only home to spacious grassy areas and picnic shelters, but also to the Cornwall Bark Park. This one acre fenced-in dog park has separate areas for small and large dogs, but you will need to bring your own doggie bags and water. Cornwall Landing also provides access to two state parks. The Storm King State Park extends out for 1972 acres, and is an undisturbed parcel of wilderness with the Storm King Mountain at the center, while the Schunnermunk Mountain State Park is a 2700 acre state park with eight marked hiking trails to choose from.
Less than 15 miles from Cold Spring lies the Cortlandt Manor neighborhood of Van Cortlandtville/ Annsville, where you will find the Hudson Highland Gateway Park. This 352 acre park boasts more than five miles of hiking trails to choose from, taking you through forests, streams, wetlands and more. While your pooch will need to stay on a lead when walking these trails, Sprout Brook Park is the place to take Fido for an off-lead run. The park is home to a wetland area, sports facilities and a fully fenced-in dog park, known as the Sprout Brook Dog Park. There are two sections within the park, one for smaller dogs and one for larger breeds, but you will need to bring your own water and doggie bags.
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