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I have been around dogs my whole life! Whether it has been my own dog or family or friends 4-legged companions, I've seen them all. I'm looking forward to meeting many new friends to walk (or even run) with. I am comfortable with all size and breeds of dogs. Also I am strong enough to take care of them even in advanced situations. I hope that you give me a chance at taking care of the one's closest to you!
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Hello, my name is Naomi! I am 19 years old and my hobbies include taking photos, gardening, going on walks, and caring for peoples animals. I have been a lifelong lover of dogs and I am living the dream being able to work with them daily.
Hi! My name is Kristen. I am a college student studying Neuroscience. I have a 6 year old Golden Doodle named Maggie. She has lots of energy so we like to take long walks and even sometimes go for 2 a day!
“Nothing makes me happier than being with dogs!”
Hey there! My name’s Tony, and it would make my day if I could work with your pup! I’ve always had a soft spot for animals, especially dogs, and I couldn’t be happier than when I get to be with dogs. I have lots of experience with dogs, even aggressive ones. I have a lot of patience with dogs because all they know is what they’ve learned in their years. I can handle bigger dogs, (I’m 6’1” and 190 lbs) and don’t mind slobber!
Can run with dogs, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
“White Wag, White Wag, Send Carly Over!”
Hi I am Carly. I have an adorable Husky. That's where you come in...I will be the best auntie to your doggie! I've been walking grooming & training dogs since I was 12! I am extremely reliable & very very trustworthy. You can always count on me! I have cared for many breeds and I love dogs of all sizes, colors, and ages! I love playing, snuggling, and going for walks and I am very attentive to their needs and will do whatever it takes to make them comfortable and happy while you are gone.
Socially Distanced Pet Care
Dog first aid and/or CPR, Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience
I have two adorable cats but unfortunately, no dogs of my own. I have always loved dogs and have always been the designated dogsitter of the family, but I am unable to have a dog of my own at this time in my life. Since I am currently attending school, I have a flexible schedule and thought this would be the perfect opportunity to spend time with dogs!
Can run with dogs, Fast walker
My family owned a dog when I was young and I remember it being some of my most fond memories from childhood. I have volunteered with the SPCA helping out with dogs. I am looking forward to meeting you and your furry friends!
Top Pet Caregiver
I grew up with dogs and had many different breeds and enjoyed big and small dogs. Currently I own one very handsome Havanese dog named Berkley. I do a lot of research on dogs so I know what is best for the breed I walk.I enjoy finding the little thing that makes them happy and make sure they can depend on me.I watch my friends dogs and even took care of my sisters Dog,two cats and two birds on regular basis.I love to walk dogs and will do so in all types of weather including SNOW!!
Hi! My name is Ally, I grew up with dogs my whole life and trained dogs for “guiding eyes for the blind” while in college as a hobby. I had 2 dogs during that time and they both passed and placed with their lifetime handlers! Unfortunately, I live alone, work full time and do not have enough time to care for a pup full time. I miss being around dogs, and would love to to spend my free time helping out/walking any lonely pups!
Can run with dogs, Puppy care, Training experience
Irving, New York is considered a hamlet, and its small population doesn’t quite show a need for vet clinics, of which the town has none. But the area does have a spot your dog will go mutts for, known as the Evangola State Park. Leashed dogs are welcome to explore the sporting areas, hiking trails, open spaces, and more areas that the park has to offer. They can even join you on a camping trip!
Buffalo, New York, is around 30 miles from Irving and offers plenty of pawportunities for your dog to have a great time without needed to travel too far. Buffalo Harbor State Park is part of the Waterfront neighborhood of Buffalo and has boat launches, fishing areas, and beaches that welcome dogs on their leashes.
For a quiet, small spot to visit, try Shoshone Park, which has cozy playgrounds and grassy areas for your four-legged friend to enjoy. You are even welcome to join a tour of the Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural National Historic Site in Buffalo with your leashed dog to take in some of the history of the area! You’re sure to find plenty of things to do with your favorite pooch in Buffalo and other surrounding areas of Irving.
Allentown in Buffalo, New York, is a little over 31 miles from Irving. This neighborhood sits right near the border of Canada and can get chilly in the fall and winter, so you’ll want to bring a sweater for your pooch if you plan to visit The Backyard at LaSalle Park. This fenced-in dog run has a separate area for smaller dogs to play safely, and has lots of grassy area to run, play, and release some energy. If you’re looking for a casual hangout spot in Allentown, you can visit Tap House Pub & Grill, with a full bar, yummy food, and outdoor seating for you and your pooch.
The Waterfront neighborhood in Buffalo is a beloved spot by the locals, nestled up against the Niagara River and the Buffalo River. This spot is about 29.9 miles from Irving, and is known for some gorgeous beaches and fun things to do along the water. Here, you can take your dog to Wilkenson Pointe Park, which has relaxing trails for you to explore. Keep your dog on his leash and he’s welcome in several areas of the park, including on the beach during designated times in the off-season. Visit Beckett’s Bar & Grill for some tasty options, and enjoy your meal at one of six dog-friendly tables.
Just under 32 miles from Irving is Grant Ferry, another neighborhood in Buffalo. Buffalo Dog Park is in this neighborhood, giving your pooch a place to play and socialize. Grant Ferry also has some delectable dining opportunities for you and your dog to choose from, including Resurgence Brewing Company, the pawfect spot for you to relax after a long day, order up some beer and food, and enjoy your dog’s company. Or, try Caffe Aroma if you’re in the mood for some Italian cuisine, like pizzas and unique salads. The restaurant has ten tables outside that welcome furry friends and their owners!
Black Rock is another neighborhood in Buffalo, NY, that’s just a couple of miles north of Grant Ferry. This neighborhood is the home of Dog Days of Buffalo, a one-stop spot for pet care services, from cage-free training to grooming. And, it’s also where you’ll find Delaware Park, a favorite in the area for dog owners. This park allows leashed dogs in just about every area, as long as owners clean up after them, like the open meadows, gardens, and quarries. You can also visit White Rabbit Frozen Yogurt for a sweet treat with your dog – it even has a dog-sized frozen yogurt for your fuzzy friend!
A little over 40 miles from Irving, NY, is Billington Heights in East Aurora. This neighborhood is where you’ll find Knox Farm State Park, a gorgeous, calm, country spot away from the hustle and bustle of surrounding cities. The park has over 600 acres of ponds, grasslands, wetlands, and more, that feature a variety of wildlife. You and your leashed dog are welcome to walk the hiking trails and explore the grounds. There is even a small dog park located within Knox Farm State Park where your dog can have some unleashed time to run and meet some new friends.
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