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Hello! My name is Rachel and I am a 19 year old college student. I am a landscaper and do Wag! on the side. I am studying Geology and Horticulture at Sussex County Community College. I have lots of experience with animals as I take care of my dog, hedgehog, koi fish and ducks. I love spending time outside and taking my dog Gunner for walks!
Top Pet Caregiver
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Fast walker
Hi my name is Cara! I grew up in Hudson Valley NY with a springer spaniel named Molly! I now have three other dogs, a chocolate lab mix, chow mix, and a border collie. I started dog sitting and walking for family and friends when I was about 10. I love dogs of all ages and sizes! Im an EMT and I know dog first aid and CPR. Im a collegiate soccer player and would love to keep your dogs healthy and fit! I will treat your dog as if he/she is my own, and will make your Wag! experience a great one!
Weekend walk warrior! From puppers to doggos I heart all the floofs. Marin native so maybe I've seen you and your pup around town? I worked at a dog daycare for a few years during college and had an absolute blast!
Top Pet Caregiver
Oral medicine administration, 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
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
“Experienced Canine Caregiver”
Hi! My name is Remy and I have had mostly smaller pets growing up (guinea pigs, parakeets, etc.) but later grew to love dogs while fostering with a rescue group out of Boston. Making sure pups get enough fresh air and exercise is highly important to their health and happiness. I would be glad to help you and your canine companion fulfill those needs!
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Fast walker
“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
My name is shayla. I'm from new york city, a fast paced environment crowded with personality and individuals who are always on the go. so i understand sometimes life can be a little hectic for people who are always on the run but also have responsibilities at home. like their pets! I've owned quite a few dogs through out my years in new york and sometimes you do need help making sure your dog gets the proper care and attention it needs. I've not only cared for my own pets, but ive also taken care of my neighbors dogs and friends. i treat them just like my own because my love for animals is infinite. i also currently work at an animal clinic in Marietta called Town and Country animal hospital as a vet assistant. so ive seen and cared for dogs of all shapes and sizes. no job is too great, and ill always make sure your pet gets the care and exercise they need for the day.
Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care
The village of Goshen is the county seat of Orange County, New York, and sits about 50 miles northwest of New York City. This village has a long history of horse racing, and is home to the oldest horse racing facility still in use in the United States. Throughout this village, you can find many parks and trails, some of which used to be used for horse racing, but are now free for anyone to use. There are also two veterinary clinics in town, making it a cinch to raise a happy, healthy puppy in Goshen.
If you’re looking for somewhere to get some fresh air and exercise with your doggo, you don’t need to go far! The Orange Heritage Trail passes right through the village of Goshen. This trail is supported by the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy Organization, converting unused railroads into beautiful pathways for anyone to use. The trail is about 15 miles long, starting in Goshen and continuing southeast all the way to the town of Harriman. Along the paved pathway, you will pass by many parks, wooded areas and rolling meadows. Leashed dogs are welcome, just don’t forget the waste bags!
When it’s time for a treat, head over to Jimmy Changas, in the village center of Goshen. Here you can dig into some tex-mex food next to your best pal at one of the five outdoor pet friendly tables.
With all of these pet-friendly places to explore, your pup doesn’t need to miss out on the fun in Goshen!
The Village Center of Goshen isn’t short on green space to escape to with your pooch! Located along the Orange Heritage Trail, you can make a stop at the Good Time Park. This park is an old horse racing facility, and is a great place to go running or walk your dog. The area also has sprawling grassy areas for your dog to sniff and play on. There are no amenities here, so don’t forget to bring waste bags and water for your thirsty pupper. After working up an appetite, head over to Howells Deli Cafe, located in the same neighborhood. This deli offers plenty of hometown charm, and two pet friendly outdoor tables.
If you happen to be in the neighborhood of Otterkill in Goshen, you’re in for a treat! It’s here that you can find the Goshen Dog Park. The dog park is located in Salesian Park, and features agility stations that your pup can play on. This fenced off area provides a safe place in Goshen for dogs to burn some energy and socialize off-leash. The surrounding park welcomes dogs as well, and has a pond and some pretty walking trails to enjoy. There are also grassy areas, benches, and restrooms available. You may even be able to catch a free concert here in the summer! Dogs need to stay leashed when they’re not within the dog park, and be picked up after.
In the neighboring town of Middletown, you can find another puppy paradise in the City Center! Just a 10 minute drive from Goshen sits the Maple Hill Dog Park. This dog park features two separate fenced off areas, one for small breeds and another for the big guys. Here you can find everything necessary to have a good time, including doggy waste bags and drinking water. All you need to bring is your playful pup, and get ready to make some friends! When your stomachs are growling, head over to the The Sugar Shack Ice Cream and Grill. They offer a variety of sweet treats and savory eats, and have two outdoor dog friendly tables.
In the Scotchtown neighborhood of Middletown, you can find the woofderful Highland Lakes State Park. This state park is located just a 15 minute drive from Goshen, and is perfect for when you and your dog are itching to get into the Great Outdoors. Here you can find about 3000 acres of untouched nature, where your pup can romp around like a wild dog. There are no official blazed trails in the park, but an expansive network of informal trails that wander through forests, streams, fields and lakes. There are no amenities here either, so be sure to bring your own supplies, like waste bags, drinking water, and some treats for your good boy or girl. Leashed dogs are welcome to join in on the fun!
Just southeast of Goshen, in the town of Chester, sits the Goosepond Mountain State Park. This wild escape can be found in the Sugar Loaf neighborhood, just a 20 minute drive from Goshen. It can also be accessed from the Orange Heritage Trail that starts in Goshen, and runs adjacent to the state park, continuing to the town of Harriman. This state park has about 1500 acres of wilderness to explore. The park remains largely undeveloped, with some marked trails, but no other amenities. Leashed dogs are welcome on the trails of course, but not are not permitted in any buildings or bathing areas. Be sure to follow the leave no trace principles in this park!
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