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Hi there! My name is Ellie, and I can't wait to meet your pet. I have experience as a dog trainer in a boarding and day care facility, and have worked with many fantastic owners and pets. I have also owned two amazing Chesapeake Bay Retrievers, and grown up with animals. I am also interested in photography, so expect some great pet pictures from our walks!
Hello, my name is Natalie. I am a firefighter and I am employed at a local dental office. I have 2 dogs and 1 rabbit. I love animals of all shapes, sizes and breeds! I have owned different breeds and sizes of dogs through my life. I look forward to walking your pooch!
My name is Melanie and I am currently a sales manager for Marriott. I have a bachelors degree in Science and Recreation from Indiana University. I am in the industry of hospitality for my love of people, but I have a endless love for animals. I visit the humane society and local shelters once a month to visit furry friends. I always make an a effort to donate to animals in need. Wag attracted me due to this not just being a side job, but giving back to dogs and assisting fellow dog lovers in taking care of their furry babies. I grew up with a Schnauzer and a Yorkshire terrier. I was the walker in home for 10 years for my own dogs and loved it. I have dog sat and walk neighbors dogs on occasion growing up. I would love to have a chance to meet your furry friend and bring love and joy to them.
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Hi Pup parents! My name is Erica and I know how you feel. You’re working long hours and worry about your fur baby. Let me help you by showering your pup with love and attention until you get home. I’m an experienced dog owner from labs and mutts to bulldogs and Aussies. I look forward to meeting your pups and having fun!
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Hi, I'm Lydia! I grew up in Columbus, Ohio with several dogs always in the house. My current dog, Abu, is a Rhodesian Ridgeback mix and the sweetest boy. I have been dog sitting and walking for many years and really enjoy any time that I get to spend around dogs. I have experience with breeds ranging from Schnauzers and Shitzus to Akitas and German Shepards. I know that every dog is unique and am dedicated to catering to each one's individual needs and keeping your pets happy and healthy!
The unincorporated community of Nashport is a small, rural area that's surrounded by woods and farmland. You'll find some parks and campgrounds within about 20 miles of here. There are three are three small animal clinics about ten miles to the southeast in northern Zanesville.
There's a furrific place to take the family that's about 21.4 miles to the west in Granville. Plan a day at Wildwood Park on West Broadway. This facility includes a playground, athletic fields, picnic facilities, and an off-leash dog park. Your pooch can run free in the fenced area or stroll with you on a lead in other designated areas.
If you want to plan a weekend getaway, head to Dillon State Park. This pet-friendly, 2,285-acre property is just 5.7 miles southeast of Nashport. Go boating on Dillon Lake or fish from shore. There are some hiking and multi-use trails here. Some of the cabins and campsites welcome restrained dogs.
For a peaceful place to walk your fur baby, head to Mission Oaks Gardens in Zanesville. This downtown paradise has waterfalls, a bog, a creek, walking paths, and more. Admire the rare plants as you stroll through the property. Dogs that are on a lead are welcome here.
For pups and their owners, Nashport offers convenient access to pet-friendly recreational facilities in the area.
The small burg of Nashport is a residential area with single-family homes, a post office, and a few churches. This community has wooded lanes where you and your fur baby can get your daily exercise. Just south of town, you'll find the Dillon Wildlife Area. Bring your four-footed pal to this natural space to go exploring. The property is mostly wooded but also has portions of open land and some brush. Come here to hike through the pawesome facility or bring your rod and reel to fish in the Licking River. Have your pooch on a lead and collect any droppings.
About 13 miles southeast of Nashport, you'll find the neighborhood of West Zanesville. This community includes single-family homes, a warehouse, and some businesses. Across the Muskingum River from here, you and your furry pal can visit Zane Landing Park. There's open space, benches, a bicentennial statue, and a historic riverboat in this facility. Use the lawn area to practice obedience or play ball with Spot. Stroll along the river and view the lock and dam here. Take a moment to sit near the water with your canine pal. Remember to have your pup on a cord or leash and to scoop their waste.
North Zanesville is a residential community with single-family homes, a church, and a few businesses. In this neighborhood, you can visit the Zanesville Museum of Art on Military Road and view the exhibits. Provide outdoor recreation for Fido by heading across the river to Jaycee Riverside Park. This 122-acre facility includes athletic fields, open areas, and access to the Muskingum River. Jog by the water or play ball in the fields with your four-footed friend. You can also fish from the dock on the south end of the property. Dogs must be on a lead while you're visiting this furrific park.
In South Zanesville, about 16 miles from Nashport, there are houses, a shopping area, and a trucking company. Head up Putnam Avenue to visit the historic district and learn about the community's past. Bring Fido to Putnam Hill Park off Pine Street. This pawesome 18.5-acre property has open space, barbecue pits, play equipment, and a gazebo. Play ball with your furry pal in the grass or climb the hill to enjoy scenic views of the surrounding communities. Remember to keep your canine companion on a cord or leash when you're in the park. Bring waste bags to collect any droppings.
Downtown Zanesville features the high school, single-family homes, some businesses, and a few historical landmarks. Walk through the neighborhood and view the Ernest J. Gorsuch House, William D. Lash House, and Captain James Boggs Tannehill House. If you're looking for a spot to take your fur baby for a jaunt, check out Zane's Landing Trail. This pathway is nearly three miles long and follows the river from Riverside Park to Zane's Landing Park. Enjoy the view of the water while you and your pup get some fresh air. Keep them on a cord or leash and scoop any dropping that they leave.
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