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“Dog lover and dog mama myself!”
My name is Karen and I am a dog owner of two large mixed breed dogs that are now 3.5 years old! They are the loves of my life so when I am not at work as a nurse I am usually at home with them cuddling and letting them pull me around the blocks of my neighborhood and then playing ball in the backyard! I can’t wait to give your dog some love and exercise while you are away from home or busy with life’s responsibilities that can’t be ignored!
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
Hello! My name is Carley. I am here to give exercise and love to your dogs when you are unable to. I am a college student, so summer is a time for me to be flexible. I can’t wait to help out!
I have owned dogs since I was 7 years old and have always care for them myself. I have taken onsite and online behavior/ training classes and take responsibility to socialize and train all my dogs. My current dog is and previous dog was a trained therapy dog with hospice. I volunteered at Lollipop Farm, an amazing animal shelter in Rochester, NY where I worked to help socialize animals through walks and interactions with people and other animals. I adore animals of all types and of course dogs of all sizes, ages and breeds. I also love the outdoors and one of my very favorite things is walking with my dog!
Top Pet Caregiver
Hello! My name is Lucas. I’m very passionate about animals especially dogs. I grew up with them and now have my own, a 3 year old chocolate lab/pit mix! I’m great with dogs of all sizes, prompt and reliable.
Can run with dogs, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
“Must love dogs”
Hi my name is Kris. I’m a NYS retiree looking to fill my free time doing something I love. Someone once said they get along with dogs better than some people. I totally agree, if my dogs don’t like you they may notice something I’ve missed. I’ve owned all kinds of dogs, large and small. Can’t imagine life without multiple dogs. At one time I had 5-a rottie, mastiff, golden retriever and two pugs. If you let me walk your dog you can rest assured he/she will be taken care of as I would my own!
Socially Distanced Pet Care
Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, Puppy care
“Love to walk and play fetch!”
Hi, I'm Heather! I live in Camillus with a pointer mix named Rick. I started dog walking, sitting and boarding for friends and family when I was around 10 years old and loved it ever since! As a current dog owner I love meeting, interacting, and playing with all different kinds of dogs. I enjoy taking care of each individual dogs needs, as I know every dog is different with their own personalities. I understand how important it is to keep your dog happy, healthy and fit!
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Training experience
Hello, my name is Mike. I currently have two amazing dogs and a cat, and I’ve been an animal person my whole life. One of my dogs is a full grown Rottweiler so I’m used to walking strong dogs. I also volunteered at the Oswego animal shelter many times in college walking dogs of all ages, sizes, and temperaments. I’d be happy to help you keep your dogs happy and healthy.
Socially Distanced Pet Care
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience
Love dogs. Love walking. Love all dogs all shapes ans sizes. Have had experience with many different breeds. All dogs love to get attention at some point.
Dog first aid and/or CPR, Senior dog care, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
Hannibal Center, NY is named after the ancient hero of Carthage and is a small village located in Oswego County, northeast of Syracuse. It has a small population of 555 people but it’s not a place to be looked over. Hannibal Center is a pawfect place for your dog to have a great time!
The village is a quiet town that is right off Lake Ontario. It is also surrounded by Oswego River and Lake Neatahwanta. It has 4 local veterinary clinics, 3 pet-friendly restaurants, and 8 bed and breakfasts.
Hungry? Your well-behaved canine companion is always welcome to join you at Rudy's Lakeside Drive-In at one of their outdoor tables. With a large American inspired menu, there will be plenty to choose from. Just be sure that you keep your pup on a leash.
Unfortunately, Hannibal does not have any off-leash dog parks. Wegman's Good Dog Park is the closest dog park to the village and is about 20 miles away. But don’t worry about being bored! Fair Haven Beach State Park is a great place to keep you and your pup moving. With nature trails and picnic areas, you don’t have to worry about not having enough to do.
When you’re ready to go on a pawtastic outdoor adventure with your pup, head to the neighborhood of Lysander in Baldwinsville. Take about an 18-mile drive south and east from Hannibal Center to gain access to the Three Rivers Wildlife Management Area. Go hiking with Fido through the 3,607-acre facility and explore the variety of natural habitats. Roam through brush, grasslands, marshy areas, and woodland with your pooch. As long as you keep your special pal under control with a leash and make sure to pick up any messes, your dog is welcome to join you in this expansive outdoor paradise.
Load Fido into the car and head to Liverpool. By taking a 28-mile drive south and east from Hannibal Center, you can treat your furry friend to pawtastic fun and some social time with other canine companions at Wegman’s Good Dog Park. With separate play areas for large and small dogs and a pawesome obstacle course, your special pal will get plenty of exercise. If you want some one-on-one time with your pooch, leash up and take the 5-mile dog walking trail along the water in Onondaga Lake Park. Top off your day with a meal at one of the three nearby restaurants that offer dog-friendly outdoor seating.
The Fulton area is just under 10 miles north and east of Hannibal Center. In this community, you’ll find some wonderful outdoor activities to enjoy with your pup. Bring Fido to Foster Park and take a stroll along the Oswego River. For a weekend adventure, take your pup camping at North Bay Campgrounds on the north shore of Lake Neatahwanta. Treat your canine companion to a puptastic adventure by heading about 5 miles south of town to the Great Bear Recreational Trails. Hike through fields and woods along the Oswego River in this outdoor paradise. Make sure to keep your pooch on a leash and to pick up their waste in any of these public areas.
About 10 miles west of Hannibal Center, you and Fido will find pupcredible outdoor adventure in the community of Fair Haven. Leash up your pup and head to Fair Haven Beach State Park. Roam the trails through the wooded areas or walk along the sandy beach. If you want to spend the weekend, rent a site in one of the campgrounds. There’s a two pet limit per rental, and pups are not permitted in the bathing areas. Dogs are allowed to accompany you in the rest of the park, as long as they’re kept on a leash up to 6 feet long, and that you have proof of rabies vaccination with you.
Located on the Oswego River about 16 miles southeast of Hannibal Center, the community of Phoenix offers some pawesome parks for you and Fido to explore. Bring your pup to Lock Island Park on the historic canal riverway and stroll along the shore of the island. You can also bring a pole and go fishing with your companion at your side. If you want to take a jog with your pooch, head to the track at Phoenix Memorial Park, or run the path surrounding William J. Farley Jr. Community Park. Dogs are allowed in public areas provided they are kept on a leash and that you pick up their messes.
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