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    “Waggin’ tails n’ wet noses!”

    Dog Lover! Dog owner! I am a Coast Guard wife, outdoorsy, Oregon Native, and energetic. I love going out on walks and having pups to go with is a huge plus! If your dog likes to play fetch or go on runs, let me know! I will gladly take them out and about for a while!

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    Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience


    Jeanette R.
    2019-05-09T18:32:58-07:00
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    Hey there! I’m Alexx, or Xan, and I’m 25. I’ve loved and taken care of animals for as long as I remember; my own and otherwise. When I was a kid-teenager, my mom and I used to have our own animal and housesitting business. As I got older she gave me more responsibilities until it was primarily me caring for the animals - especially the walking because it helped burn off extra energy, both the dog’s and my own. I look forward to the opportunity to take care of your furry babies, and bring as much joy to your animal’s (and your!) lives, as animals have brought to mine.

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    Leslie L.
    2018-07-10T10:29:41-07:00
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    “Waggin’ tails n’ wet noses!”

    Dog Lover! Dog owner! I am a Coast Guard wife, outdoorsy, Oregon Native, and energetic. I love going out on walks and having pups to go with is a huge plus! If your dog likes to play fetch or go on runs, let me know! I will gladly take them out and about for a while!

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    Specialties

    Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience


    Jeanette R.
    2019-05-09T18:32:58-07:00
    Five starsFive starsFive starsFive starsFive stars
    Verified Deluxe

    Hey there! I’m Alexx, or Xan, and I’m 25. I’ve loved and taken care of animals for as long as I remember; my own and otherwise. When I was a kid-teenager, my mom and I used to have our own animal and housesitting business. As I got older she gave me more responsibilities until it was primarily me caring for the animals - especially the walking because it helped burn off extra energy, both the dog’s and my own. I look forward to the opportunity to take care of your furry babies, and bring as much joy to your animal’s (and your!) lives, as animals have brought to mine.

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    Leslie L.
    2018-07-10T10:29:41-07:00
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    Verified Walk

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    Alexx is a dog whisperer! Nicest sweetest person too. Shanti had a great time with you!! Thank you

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      Leslie L.

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      Alexx is a dog whisperer! Nicest sweetest person too. Shanti had a great time with you!! Thank you

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    Best Dog Friendly Neighborhoods in Dunes City

    West Dunes City

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    19 per sq. mi.

    West Dunes City

    4848

    The western outskirts of Dunes City has some excellent trails. The Stagecoach Trailhead is the starting point for the Chief Tsilcoos Trail. Your pooch will feel miles away as he delves into a coastal evergreen forest and hikes through patches of huckleberry and rhododendrons. The trail is 1.25 miles long and can be a loop or a destination trail for Driftwood II Campground. Waxmyrtle Trail is another puptastic option. This 1.5 mile trail runs alongside the Siltcoos River Estuary and finishes at the beach. For a beautiful waterfront stroll with your pup, follow the one mile Lagoon Trail. Be sure to follow trail restrictions since this area is home to the protected Snowy Plover bird. 

    Westlake

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    267 per sq. mi.

    Westlake

    3636

    Siltcoos Lake Trail is a great way to experience the forested beauty of the area. You’ll find the trail on the east side of Highway

    1. Clip on your pup’s leash and set off for a pupperific adventure. The thick groves of trees provide an overhead canopy, so your pal will stay nice and cool as he trots along the lush trail. About halfway to the lake, the trail splits and creates a loop. Both trails lead past campsites and eventually end up at the lake. Your furry friend can jump in for a swim or just relax on shore. The loop clocks in around five miles round trip, so he’ll definitely get a good workout. 

    Gardiner

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    3 per sq. mi.

    Gardiner

    2424

    You simply can’t come to Dunes City without spending time in the spectacular coastal sand dunes. The best place to access the miles of sandy hills is at the Oregon Dunes Day Use Area. Located in Gardiner, it’s less than 10 minutes from Dunes City. If your furry friend is the curious type, he’ll love blazing his own way through the dunes. For a more structured walk, follow the Oregon Dunes Loop Trail through the rolling sandy terrain to the beach and back. During Snowy Plover nesting season there are dog restrictions on the beach, so watch for posted regulations. Make no mistake, this place will make your pup one happy hound!

    Glenada

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    19 per sq. mi.

    Glenada

    1212

    Pack some sleeping bags and head 10 minutes north to the South Jetty RV and Camping Resort. Located in the southern end of Florence, this pet friendly resort is the perfect spot for a weekend retreat. Not only does it have tent and RV sites, there are plenty of activities available for two legged family members. There’s even a private dog park for canine guests! During the day, explore the surrounding dunes with your furry sidekick. This area is pupular for ATV riders, so be sure to keep her close at all times. Make your way out to the beach or up to the majestic Siuslaw River. By the end of the day, she’ll be ready to just chill out by the campfire. 

    Downtown

    00
    Dog ParksDog Parks
    1 park

    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,867 per sq. mi.

    Downtown

    00

    If your pup is craving some playtime with her peers, head up to Singing Pines Dog Park. Located inside Singing Pines Park, this Florence off leash area is about 15 minutes from Dunes City. Your dog will burn off her extra energy as she runs around sans leash or wrestles with a new buddy. There’s even a small dog area for the petite pooches. Relax on one of the benches as your pup tuckers herself off then make sure she takes a big gulp of water at the drinking fountain. For a nice cool down, clip on her leash and wander around the hiking trails in the main area of Singing Pines Park. 

    West Dunes City

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    19 per sq. mi.

    West Dunes City

    4848

    The western outskirts of Dunes City has some excellent trails. The Stagecoach Trailhead is the starting point for the Chief Tsilcoos Trail. Your pooch will feel miles away as he delves into a coastal evergreen forest and hikes through patches of huckleberry and rhododendrons. The trail is 1.25 miles long and can be a loop or a destination trail for Driftwood II Campground. Waxmyrtle Trail is another puptastic option. This 1.5 mile trail runs alongside the Siltcoos River Estuary and finishes at the beach. For a beautiful waterfront stroll with your pup, follow the one mile Lagoon Trail. Be sure to follow trail restrictions since this area is home to the protected Snowy Plover bird. 

    Westlake

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    267 per sq. mi.

    Westlake

    3636

    Siltcoos Lake Trail is a great way to experience the forested beauty of the area. You’ll find the trail on the east side of Highway

    1. Clip on your pup’s leash and set off for a pupperific adventure. The thick groves of trees provide an overhead canopy, so your pal will stay nice and cool as he trots along the lush trail. About halfway to the lake, the trail splits and creates a loop. Both trails lead past campsites and eventually end up at the lake. Your furry friend can jump in for a swim or just relax on shore. The loop clocks in around five miles round trip, so he’ll definitely get a good workout. 

    Gardiner

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    3 per sq. mi.

    Gardiner

    2424

    You simply can’t come to Dunes City without spending time in the spectacular coastal sand dunes. The best place to access the miles of sandy hills is at the Oregon Dunes Day Use Area. Located in Gardiner, it’s less than 10 minutes from Dunes City. If your furry friend is the curious type, he’ll love blazing his own way through the dunes. For a more structured walk, follow the Oregon Dunes Loop Trail through the rolling sandy terrain to the beach and back. During Snowy Plover nesting season there are dog restrictions on the beach, so watch for posted regulations. Make no mistake, this place will make your pup one happy hound!

    Glenada

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    19 per sq. mi.

    Glenada

    1212

    Pack some sleeping bags and head 10 minutes north to the South Jetty RV and Camping Resort. Located in the southern end of Florence, this pet friendly resort is the perfect spot for a weekend retreat. Not only does it have tent and RV sites, there are plenty of activities available for two legged family members. There’s even a private dog park for canine guests! During the day, explore the surrounding dunes with your furry sidekick. This area is pupular for ATV riders, so be sure to keep her close at all times. Make your way out to the beach or up to the majestic Siuslaw River. By the end of the day, she’ll be ready to just chill out by the campfire. 

    Downtown

    00
    Dog ParksDog Parks
    1 park

    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,867 per sq. mi.

    Downtown

    00

    If your pup is craving some playtime with her peers, head up to Singing Pines Dog Park. Located inside Singing Pines Park, this Florence off leash area is about 15 minutes from Dunes City. Your dog will burn off her extra energy as she runs around sans leash or wrestles with a new buddy. There’s even a small dog area for the petite pooches. Relax on one of the benches as your pup tuckers herself off then make sure she takes a big gulp of water at the drinking fountain. For a nice cool down, clip on her leash and wander around the hiking trails in the main area of Singing Pines Park. 

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