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

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

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    Hi, my name is Rainbow. Im a single mom who grew up in a home with a family dog. Now as an adult me and my children are elated for the new addition to our family. A rescue Chihuahua named Hallow. I have also throughout the years taken care of pets for friends and family. I can't wait to help care for yours too! Getting them out for a daily walk and some fresh air

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    Jona A.
    2019-11-24T15:50:48-08:00
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    “Would love to find something regular!”

    Experienced dog walker. Walked (and helped train) a high maintenance hound dog regularly for three years. House sat and dog walked for friends and family occasionally.

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    High energy dogs, Fast walker, Puppy care, Training experience, Obedience training


    michelle Scott S.
    2019-11-13T12:01:59-08:00
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    Verified 20m Walk

    Hi, my name is Rainbow. Im a single mom who grew up in a home with a family dog. Now as an adult me and my children are elated for the new addition to our family. A rescue Chihuahua named Hallow. I have also throughout the years taken care of pets for friends and family. I can't wait to help care for yours too! Getting them out for a daily walk and some fresh air

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    Jona A.
    2019-11-24T15:50:48-08:00
    Five starsFive starsFive starsFive starsFive stars
    Verified Walk

    “Would love to find something regular!”

    Experienced dog walker. Walked (and helped train) a high maintenance hound dog regularly for three years. House sat and dog walked for friends and family occasionally.

    Background Checked

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    Specialties

    High energy dogs, Fast walker, Puppy care, Training experience, Obedience training


    michelle Scott S.
    2019-11-13T12:01:59-08:00
    Five starsFive starsFive starsFive starsFive stars
    Verified 20m Walk

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    Rainbow is a lovely walker, who treats my baby with kindness and cares about her during the walks. I highly recommend her as a walker and I will definitely be keeping her as my regular walker

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      Jona A.

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      Rainbow is a lovely walker, who treats my baby with kindness and cares about her during the walks. I highly recommend her as a walker and I will definitely be keeping her as my regular walker

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    Best Dog Friendly Neighborhoods in Garibaldi

    South Garibaldi

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    174 per sq. mi.

    South Garibaldi

    4848

    Since Lumberman’s Memorial Park is the village’s only community park, it’s pupular with the locals. Created decades ago, it pays homage to the logging and railroad industries that have helped Garibaldi become what it is today. It has a playground and picnic facilities. Stroll around the grassy area with your dog before relaxing under a shade tree. If your pal is still rearing to go, the marina is just a bone’s throw away. Wander around so she can check out the boats and seafood shacks. You can also head over to Oregon Coast Highway and stroll past the shops and restaurants. This is one of the main roads in town, so there’s plenty to see. 

    South Bay City

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    319 per sq. mi.

    South Bay City

    3636

    Is your pup begging for a walk? Then grab his leash and make your way over to Kilchis Point Reserve. Located 10 minutes away in Bay City, this 200-acre natural space is a wonderful spot for some doggy cardio. It is owned and operated by the Tillamook County Pioneer Museum, so the trails are all stocked with educational signs. As you both walk exercises, you can learn about the area’s flora and fauna, Native American heritage, and early pioneer settlements. The trails pass through lush forests which are home to all sorts of critters, so keep your eyes open for wildlife. If you follow all three trails, your pup will get about a two mile workout. 

    North Bay City

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    319 per sq. mi.

    North Bay City

    2424

    The Al Griffin Memorial Park is furrific place to walk your pup. It’s located in Bay City and is just a 10 minute drive from Garibaldi. Let your dog’s nose be the guide as you wander around the grass area. There is also a paved walkway to follow. If she gets too hot, stop by the creek so she can get her paws wet. The northern section of the park is the Bay City Campground where dogs are welcome to camp at the RV or tent sites. Walk down the nearby boardwalk and check out Pacific Oyster Company. You can watch some oyster shucking then pop into the retail store for an oyster shooter or cup of clam chowder.  

    Barview

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    78 per sq. mi.

    Barview

    1212

    If your pup needs a weekend away, pack up your tent and sleeping bags and spend a couple nights at Barview Jetty County Campground. Located in Rockaway Beach, it’s less than 10 minutes from Garibaldi and accommodates both traditional tent campers and RV travelers. The best part about this place is the beach access. Your pup will have plenty of room to romp around the flat sand, chase waves, or explore tuffs of seagrass. A large dune is nearby for even more sandy fun. After a day full adventure, she’ll be ready to head back to camp and curl up by campfire. 

    South Rockaway Beach

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    74 per sq. mi.

    South Rockaway Beach

    00

    Does your pup want to see something cool? Drive 10 minutes north to Rockaway Beach to the Old Growth Cedar Wetlands Preserve. Clip on his leash and make your way through the swampy forest. Your pup will feel like he’s in another world as he hikes under the canopy of the thick trees. Soon you’ll come to the famed Rockaway Cedar. This massive tree is 49 feet in circumference and 154 feet tall. It’s estimated to be hundreds of years old! The boardwalk circles the tree’s enormous and gnarly trunk, so your pooch can get a good look from all angles.  It’s only a mile round trip, but there are side trails worth exploring. 

    South Garibaldi

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    174 per sq. mi.

    South Garibaldi

    4848

    Since Lumberman’s Memorial Park is the village’s only community park, it’s pupular with the locals. Created decades ago, it pays homage to the logging and railroad industries that have helped Garibaldi become what it is today. It has a playground and picnic facilities. Stroll around the grassy area with your dog before relaxing under a shade tree. If your pal is still rearing to go, the marina is just a bone’s throw away. Wander around so she can check out the boats and seafood shacks. You can also head over to Oregon Coast Highway and stroll past the shops and restaurants. This is one of the main roads in town, so there’s plenty to see. 

    South Bay City

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    319 per sq. mi.

    South Bay City

    3636

    Is your pup begging for a walk? Then grab his leash and make your way over to Kilchis Point Reserve. Located 10 minutes away in Bay City, this 200-acre natural space is a wonderful spot for some doggy cardio. It is owned and operated by the Tillamook County Pioneer Museum, so the trails are all stocked with educational signs. As you both walk exercises, you can learn about the area’s flora and fauna, Native American heritage, and early pioneer settlements. The trails pass through lush forests which are home to all sorts of critters, so keep your eyes open for wildlife. If you follow all three trails, your pup will get about a two mile workout. 

    North Bay City

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    319 per sq. mi.

    North Bay City

    2424

    The Al Griffin Memorial Park is furrific place to walk your pup. It’s located in Bay City and is just a 10 minute drive from Garibaldi. Let your dog’s nose be the guide as you wander around the grass area. There is also a paved walkway to follow. If she gets too hot, stop by the creek so she can get her paws wet. The northern section of the park is the Bay City Campground where dogs are welcome to camp at the RV or tent sites. Walk down the nearby boardwalk and check out Pacific Oyster Company. You can watch some oyster shucking then pop into the retail store for an oyster shooter or cup of clam chowder.  

    Barview

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    78 per sq. mi.

    Barview

    1212

    If your pup needs a weekend away, pack up your tent and sleeping bags and spend a couple nights at Barview Jetty County Campground. Located in Rockaway Beach, it’s less than 10 minutes from Garibaldi and accommodates both traditional tent campers and RV travelers. The best part about this place is the beach access. Your pup will have plenty of room to romp around the flat sand, chase waves, or explore tuffs of seagrass. A large dune is nearby for even more sandy fun. After a day full adventure, she’ll be ready to head back to camp and curl up by campfire. 

    South Rockaway Beach

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    74 per sq. mi.

    South Rockaway Beach

    00

    Does your pup want to see something cool? Drive 10 minutes north to Rockaway Beach to the Old Growth Cedar Wetlands Preserve. Clip on his leash and make your way through the swampy forest. Your pup will feel like he’s in another world as he hikes under the canopy of the thick trees. Soon you’ll come to the famed Rockaway Cedar. This massive tree is 49 feet in circumference and 154 feet tall. It’s estimated to be hundreds of years old! The boardwalk circles the tree’s enormous and gnarly trunk, so your pooch can get a good look from all angles.  It’s only a mile round trip, but there are side trails worth exploring. 

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