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      A top-rated local Caregiver will match with you; or you can choose to browse Caregivers near you.

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      Receive live updates and photos. Track your pup's walk via GPS.

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      Get a report card

      Once your pet is home, view details on how the walk went, complete with a photo!

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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
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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!

    Background Checked

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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
    Five starsFive starsFive starsFive starsFive stars
    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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      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 Florence

    City Center

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,747 per sq. mi.

    City Center

    4848

    Next time your dog needs a walk, clip on his leash and pay a visit to Munsel Greenway Park. He’ll go mutts over this natural space. Stroll around the trails and enjoy being in the great outdoors. A seasonal lake adds to this park’s beauty. Continue your walk on the Munsel Creek Bike Path. Your pal can strut his stuff on this paved trail. It follows Munsel Creek and is lined with lush vegetation. After your pup’s workout, stop by 1285 Restobar for a bite to eat. They have a delicious assortment of seafood entrees as well as soups, salads, and pizza. Your pooch can sit on the patio with you. He’ll even get his own water bowl!

    Kingwood St/ Rhododendron Dr

    3636
    Dog ParksDog Parks
    1 park

    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,867 per sq. mi.

    Kingwood St/ Rhododendron Dr

    3636

    If your canine buddy is begging for some off leash time, head over to the Singing Pines Dog Park.  Located inside Singing Pines Park, this fenced in area has plenty of room for romping, wrestling, and running. Since this is the gathering place for local pups, your pal can dash around with new furry friends. A small dog area is available, along with benches, shade and drinking water. When she’s finished playing, clip on her leash and check out the hiking trails in the main area of the park. She can cool down while strolling through groves of pine trees. One of the trails leads to the nearby Miller Park, where you’ll have even more fun in the sun. 

    Heceta Beach

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    275 per sq. mi.

    Heceta Beach

    2424

    The small community of Heceta Beach is located just 10 minutes north of Florence. If you have a water loving pup, then plan a trip to this area’s namesake, Heceta Beach. Your leashed pooch can walk for miles along the sandy beach as you look for sand dollars and seashells. Or she can splash in the surf and enjoy the cool Pacific Ocean. This beach also has some pretty pawsome sand dunes worth exploring. Bring a blanket and some sandwiches and enjoy a picnic. If you time it right, you and your furry companion can sit and watch the sun set. 

    Dunes City

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    2,736 per sq. mi.

    Dunes City

    1212

    Jessie M. Honeyman Memorial State Park is a furrific place for a weekend getaway with your pooch. Located near Dunes City, this park is only 10 minutes south of Florence. RV sites, tent sites, and even pet friendly yurts are available. During the day, explore the miles of sand dunes or hop on one of the nature trails. Two freshwater lakes are stocked for fishing and also have boat ramps. If you have an adventurous pup, strap a life jacket on her and venture into the water in a canoe or kayak. Needless to say, this place will make your dog one happy hound!

    Gardiner

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    7 per sq. mi.

    Gardiner

    00

    Drive 20 minutes south of Florence and you’ll come to Gardiner. This area has some pawsome hikes that your four legged hiker will absolutely love. Tahkenitch Dunes Trail leads you through a beautiful conifer forest. After a mile, the trail opens up to the sand dunes gives you spectacular ocean views. Threemile Lake North Trail is another furrific option. This trail also cuts through conifer forests, but it stops at Threemile Lake before arriving at the beach. It clocks in at 7 miles round trip. You can combine both trails for a 6.5 mile loop.  Explore the area with your pup, but know the tide schedule and always watch for sneaky waves.

    City Center

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,747 per sq. mi.

    City Center

    4848

    Next time your dog needs a walk, clip on his leash and pay a visit to Munsel Greenway Park. He’ll go mutts over this natural space. Stroll around the trails and enjoy being in the great outdoors. A seasonal lake adds to this park’s beauty. Continue your walk on the Munsel Creek Bike Path. Your pal can strut his stuff on this paved trail. It follows Munsel Creek and is lined with lush vegetation. After your pup’s workout, stop by 1285 Restobar for a bite to eat. They have a delicious assortment of seafood entrees as well as soups, salads, and pizza. Your pooch can sit on the patio with you. He’ll even get his own water bowl!

    Kingwood St/ Rhododendron Dr

    3636
    Dog ParksDog Parks
    1 park

    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,867 per sq. mi.

    Kingwood St/ Rhododendron Dr

    3636

    If your canine buddy is begging for some off leash time, head over to the Singing Pines Dog Park.  Located inside Singing Pines Park, this fenced in area has plenty of room for romping, wrestling, and running. Since this is the gathering place for local pups, your pal can dash around with new furry friends. A small dog area is available, along with benches, shade and drinking water. When she’s finished playing, clip on her leash and check out the hiking trails in the main area of the park. She can cool down while strolling through groves of pine trees. One of the trails leads to the nearby Miller Park, where you’ll have even more fun in the sun. 

    Heceta Beach

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    275 per sq. mi.

    Heceta Beach

    2424

    The small community of Heceta Beach is located just 10 minutes north of Florence. If you have a water loving pup, then plan a trip to this area’s namesake, Heceta Beach. Your leashed pooch can walk for miles along the sandy beach as you look for sand dollars and seashells. Or she can splash in the surf and enjoy the cool Pacific Ocean. This beach also has some pretty pawsome sand dunes worth exploring. Bring a blanket and some sandwiches and enjoy a picnic. If you time it right, you and your furry companion can sit and watch the sun set. 

    Dunes City

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    2,736 per sq. mi.

    Dunes City

    1212

    Jessie M. Honeyman Memorial State Park is a furrific place for a weekend getaway with your pooch. Located near Dunes City, this park is only 10 minutes south of Florence. RV sites, tent sites, and even pet friendly yurts are available. During the day, explore the miles of sand dunes or hop on one of the nature trails. Two freshwater lakes are stocked for fishing and also have boat ramps. If you have an adventurous pup, strap a life jacket on her and venture into the water in a canoe or kayak. Needless to say, this place will make your dog one happy hound!

    Gardiner

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    7 per sq. mi.

    Gardiner

    00

    Drive 20 minutes south of Florence and you’ll come to Gardiner. This area has some pawsome hikes that your four legged hiker will absolutely love. Tahkenitch Dunes Trail leads you through a beautiful conifer forest. After a mile, the trail opens up to the sand dunes gives you spectacular ocean views. Threemile Lake North Trail is another furrific option. This trail also cuts through conifer forests, but it stops at Threemile Lake before arriving at the beach. It clocks in at 7 miles round trip. You can combine both trails for a 6.5 mile loop.  Explore the area with your pup, but know the tide schedule and always watch for sneaky waves.

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