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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 Matt and I’m here to walk your best friend! I have multiple years of experience with animals having worked in my local shelter. I have a mutual respect for animals and enjoy their company. I sincerely miss my puppy Sammie as I just recently moved to NOLA, but am hoping to get to know you and your best friend. Looking forward to meeting you!
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Can run with dogs, Fast walker, Puppy care, Obedience training, Potty training
Outgoing and resourceful gentlemen with a passion for animals and love of outdoors. I am a diligent research analyst at an investment manager who is looking to add an additional source of revenue doing something I love - caring for your animal. Please reach out for any additional questions as I’d be happy to chat!
Hi! I absolutely love and adore dogs and grew up with a boxer, golden retriever, golden doodle, and a shihpoo! I have experience walking large and small dogs in both calm quiet neighborhoods as well as the bustling streets of NYC, where I lived for several years. I have experience walking, feeding, and training dogs. I would love the opportunity to walk and care for any pup!
Hello! I'm Alex and I'm here to provide you and your dog with an easy and dependable solution to your walking and care-taking needs. I pride myself on precision and diligence and look forward to shaking paws with the wonderful owners and pets in the Wag community.
Top Pet Caregiver
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
I am a huge animal lover! I am vegan and do my best to support causes like the aspca, fip research and the nfawl. I grew up riding and caring for horses. In college, I was a working student for a dressage trainer. She fostered and adopted dogs that I cared for every day during training. These days I am homesick for some furry friends and am ecstatic for the opportunity to spend some time with them!
Top Pet Caregiver
Hi, I’m Liz! I truly believe in the adage, “Be the person your dog thinks you are.” I aim to take that same level of love, care, and attention that I give to my own dog, and bring it to your home. I have experience working with dogs of all shapes, sizes, and temperaments, although I have a true affinity for large breeds, especially of the bully type!
Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
“A Dog is a Girls Best Friend!!”
Hello, my name is Brianna! I'm 22 years old. I grew up in a small town near Philadelphia, PA with my adorable Beagle named Cassie. Aside from caring for my family's dog, I began dog sitting for family and friends when I was about 13. Over the years I've watched a wide variety of dogs—and I've loved caring for and spending time with each one of them. I look forward to getting out and active with your dog, and giving your pup as much joy and puppy-love as they give me!
Top Pet Caregiver
Socially Distanced Pet Care
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience, Puppy training
I'm Chris. I grew up with dogs in my family and love being around dogs. I am very comfortable around all dogs and have experience caring for them. I have volunteered at wild animal sanctuaries and have a deep fondness for wolves. Dogs bring me happiness. My goal is to give it back.
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“Responsible animal caregiver”
I am an avid animal lover, and have owned dogs, cats, and horses myself. My most recent dog was a chihuahua-pug-cocker spaniel mix who loved everyone. I have both walked dogs for friends as well as house sat for dogs, cats, and horses. Animals have always approached me, feeling comfortable with my easy attitude.
Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care
Hi! My name is Samantha. I have a beautiful mutt named Sadie. I have been a dog walker and sitter since I was 9 years old and loved it ever since. I have a lot of experience with dogs. I have volunteered at many different shelters and even started a club in high school that went to adoption days to volunteer! I look forward to walking your dogs!
Nestled at the eastern end of Long Island's South Shore, the Town of East Hampton comprises five hamlets that are home to a number of parks, trails, and beaches. There's definitely no shortage of things to see and do here! Let your hair down as you and Fido explore this beautiful beach town, for East Hampton has three animal hospitals to ensure your pup is always fit for adventure.
One of the most popular beaches in town is the East Hampton Main Beach, known for being clean and well-kept. It's also pooch-friendly, so that means you can bring Fido here for a walk in the sand. The best time to drop by is during the off-season, when dogs are welcome off-leash. From May 15th through September 15th, Fido is not allowed on the beach between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m., and must be leashed at all other times.
For a peaceful stroll in the woods, head to the East Hampton Nature Trail, a 24-acre site that used to be a private Japanese garden. Now open to the public, it features miles of pathways, 25 little bridges, several benches, a shrine to St. Francis, and numerous resident ducks. Avoid the marshy areas by sticking to the paths.
Canine tourists are spoiled for choice when it comes to dog-friendly accommodations in East Hampton. One place that welcomes four-legged guests for no additional fee is The Maidstone, an eclectic boutique hotel with 19 individually designed rooms. Fido even gets his own special menu at the hotel's restaurant!
Come experience the laid-back coastal life with your pooch in East Hampton!
If you have a canine companion who loves to walk, he'll have a pawrific time at the Cedar Point County Park. Explore this 607-acre site with Fido by going for a hike on the Cedar Point Lighthouse Loop Trail, an easy trail that stretches 5.3 miles and takes about 2.5 hours to complete. The loop offers puptastic views of Gardiners Bay, and will take you and your pooch to an old lighthouse that was originally built in 1839. Don't forget to take photos of your pup once you get to the beach and lighthouse, so that you'll have something to look back on!
Springs Park is a woofderful, Fido-friendly park where puppers are welcome on- or off-leash. The park spans 42 acres, with half of it literally going to the dogs. The Springs Dog Park offers four-legged visitors over 20 acres of outdoor space to run and play unfettered, making it the largest dog park on Long Island, and possibly in the entire country. With its hiking trails and extremely spacious grass field, the Springs Dog Park is popular among locals and tourists alike. Trash receptacles are available throughout the site, but you need to bring your own waste bags and water. And because the dog park is so huge, it's a good idea to always keep a watchful eye on your pooch.
Spend some quality time with Fido at the Maidstone Park! Situated on the northern tip of town, this ADA accessible park provides great views of Gardiners Bay, making it a pawsome spot to spend a nice afternoon and watch the sunset with your pup. Part beach and part field, Maidstone features a covered picnic pavilion by the beach, a baseball/softball diamond, a picnic area, and a playground with a jungle gym. The walk around the beach is about a mile long. There are no pup-friendly eateries near the Maidstone Park, so pack some snacks and treats if you're staying for a while.
Doggos who love playing in the sand and splashing in the water will want to head to the Louse Point Town Beach. This quiet bay beach has rocks and pebbles for Fido to sniff, as well as clear waters in which he can dip his paws. There's also a boat launching ramp on-site, so you and your pooch can go canoeing if he's used to being on a boat. Otherwise, just stick to the shores and enjoy the sea breeze and sunset from land. Note that swimming is not allowed at Louse Point as there is no lifeguard on duty.
Escape to nature with your best friend at the Grace Estate, a 516-acre nature preserve that was once the site of three Native American communities and later part of the port of Northwest Harbor. The Grace Estate is mostly oak-pine forest with kettle-hole wetlands, and hiking trails that are open from dawn to dusk. The trails will lead you and your pooch to a large freshwater pond, a historic home site with harbor views, and an open area with red cedar. Along the way, you'll also encounter various plant species including black gum and red maple, and woodland birds such as ovenbirds and peewees.
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