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Hi! My name is Maiah and I adore dogs. I own two dogs, a chocolate lab and a shorkie, and I love taking them and any other dogs on walks. I am experienced with dogs who can be a bit more unruly, especially those who like to pull. I've worked at the Oregon Zoo and Chintimini Wildlife Center as a volunteer, and have experience with all types of animals, so having other pets would not be an issue for me!
Top Pet Caregiver
Can run with dogs, Fast walker
“Excellent Booper of Snoots”
Hi there! I’m a single mom of two furless little boys and six furbabies: two German shepherds and four cats. My first animal job was at a wildlife rehabilitation center working with bobcats, skunks, owls, and turkey vultures. I then became a dog groomer and learned that while I don’t love giving dogs haircuts, I do love helping them feel better. Now I work full time at a veterinary hospital and I’m a veterinary technician student. Dogs are literally my life and I would love to get to know yours!
Dog first aid and/or CPR, Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
Hi friends! I’ve been a dog walker for nearly 3 years - both in Portland and Corvallis areas. Having 3 dogs of my own (two Yorkies, one Maltipom) I truly enjoy being around four-legged friends. Over the years I’ve had a chance to meet a lot of different dogs, but equally as important, I’ve met and become friends with many different owners! Never receiving below a 5 star rating, I truly enjoy giving quality care to your fur baby!
Can run with dogs, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Fast walker
“Can’t wait to meet your dog!”
Hello! I’m Allison! I am a Dog and People loving person. I would take great care of your furry family member by keeping safety as my number one priority. Going through puppy training with my own dog, I know the safety percussions and how to walk a dog happily and safely. I would love to help your family give the exercise and fresh air that your dog requires.
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Puppy care
“Live, laugh, pet lots of dogs ❤️”
I absolutely love dogs! I grew up around all kinds of animals but dogs have always been my favorite. I have the sweetest pup, named Tuna, and we love to go for walks and hikes. I've previously worked as a kennel technician and I've spent many hours volunteering at animal shelters. Animal happiness and safety is extremely important to me and I hope to share that with the amazing dogs and owners in Corvallis!
Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Puppy care
“Your doggo's 2nd best friend!”
Hey there and it's nice to meet you! I'm an emergency responder for Clark County and I own a blue heeler mix named Bruno. I have experience with dogs from being a handler for a dog daycare in the Seattle area, and from volunteering at humane societies. I always operate with these three words: communication, accountability, responsibility. Nice to meet you!
Top Pet Caregiver
Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Puppy care, Fast walker
Founded in 1847, Lebanon, Oregon was originally settled by pioneers who made their way West by wagon train. The first homesteaders chose the area because of its fertile lands where they could build homes and produce crops. For more than 100 years, Lebanon has celebrated its fruitful lands with a strawberry festival every summer. For the four legged residents and visitors, Lebanon has five veterinary clinics to make sure they stay healthy and happy.
For dogs and their two-legged friends, Lebanon is a woofderful place! The town’s largest park, River Park, is a pawsome place to hang out for furry friends. The park has big, open grassy areas perfect for playtime or relaxation. The West River Trail is a paved multi-use path that meanders through the park, and it’s a great place for a leashed walk! The park has picnic areas with barbecue grills, a playground, restrooms and fishing access to the Santiam River.
Had Irvine Park is another puptastic place for a leashed walk in Lebanon. The Mark Slough Loop Trail runs through this park as part of a two-mile loop. You and your pup can also explore the Santiam Canal, which borders the west side of the park.
If you need a hotel, the Best Western Premier Boulder Falls Inn in Lebanon loves hosting pets and their people! There’s an additional fee for furry guests. For eats, check out Schmizza Public House, where dogs are welcome in the huge outdoor seating area.
With lots of fur-iendly amenities and fun outdoor spaces, local and visiting pups agree – Lebanon is a woofderful place to be a dog!
Looking for a lakeshore adventure with your pup? Visit Cheadle Lake Park in this Lebanon neighborhood. This park is a trailhead for the 1.32-mile North Shore Trail that runs along the shores of Cheadle Lake. You and your leashed dog will love the scenery as you stroll along the water on this multi-use trail. One section of trail near Cheadle Lake Park is extra pawsome as the Santiam Canal runs along one side of it, while the lake is on the other. After you and Fido explore the trail, you’ll love hanging out in Cheadle Lake Park where there’s tons of grass, shady trees, a boat dock and benches.
Pooches and people who appreciate picturesque scenery love the East Lebanon neighborhood! This neighborhood’s Ralston Park is an absolutely woofderful spot to hang out with your leashed dog. The Santiam Canal meanders through this park, giving it a lush and serene vibe. There are several benches along the water where you and Fido can relax and take in the scenery. Ralston Park also has lots of mature trees, open grassy areas and a pawsome rose garden that provides stunning blooms in warmer months. There’s also restrooms and a gazebo. Booth Park is another furrific neighborhood park where leashed dogs are welcome.
Green Acres is the place to be for pups and their people! This residential Lebanon neighborhood has a pawsome park that’s perfect for playtime or picnics. Century Park has large open grassy areas where you and your leashed pooch can romp or relax in the shade under one of the mature trees. If picnicking is the name of the game, grab a table under the park’s pavilion. Century Park has two separate playground areas, a baseball field, tennis and basketball courts, plus drinking fountains and restrooms. If you and your four-legged friend prefer to stroll, there’s a paved sidewalk that runs around the perimeter of the park.
There will be tons of tail-wagging in Lebanon’s Vaughnville neighborhood! Check out this residential neighborhood’s Christopher Columbus Park for a fun and furrific place to hang out with your leashed dog. Fido will appreciate this park’s huge open grassy area that’s a pawsome place for playtime. There is a covered picnic area and mature trees bordering the park providing ample shade on warm days. Kiddos love this park too, because of its super fun playground equipment. Christopher Columbus Park has restrooms and a basketball court, too. There’s a paved sidewalk that runs around the perimeter of the park in this quiet area, making it a puptastic place for a jaunt with your furry friend.
Feel like taking Fido out to a ballgame? Visit the Bob Smith Memorial Park in Lebanon’s Weldwood Park neighborhood! This park is a little league paradise, with three baseball fields where you and your leashed pup can root, root, root for the home team and grab a hot dog at the seasonal concession stand. The paved sidewalk around the perimeter of the park is a furrific place for a walk with your dog and a great way to see this pleasant residential area. There’s also a large, open grassy area outside of the playing fields where you and Fido can romp. Bob Smith Memorial Park also has a playground, restrooms and drinking fountains.
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