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    Hi my name is Brandy and hopefully I'll be walking not only your doggo but your best friend! I grew up with a black lab and boxer along with two horses in The Dalles, Oregon. I voluntiered at the local animal shelter walking the dogs and playing with the pups and kittens! I'm really happy to dog-sit for you, unfortunatley I live in a very small apartment that doesn't allow dogs. Huge bummer. Trust me I know. So I currently have a cat to help my need for a furry companion. I'll be walking doggos in the south east Portland area and I'm hoping yours is one of them! I can't wait to meet you, and your companion!

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    Sarah S.
    2017-07-03T13:30:05-07:00
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    I’m Bryan I’ve been a dog father for four years now but have always had a deep love for all kinds of dogs and animals my whole life. Looking to get to spend more time with all kinds of dogs in my day to day life. I also love being in the outdoors so it just gives me another excuse to get out there and enjoy nature with some cute pups.

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    Karrigan H.
    2019-11-18T08:33:18-08:00
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    Hi my name is Brandy and hopefully I'll be walking not only your doggo but your best friend! I grew up with a black lab and boxer along with two horses in The Dalles, Oregon. I voluntiered at the local animal shelter walking the dogs and playing with the pups and kittens! I'm really happy to dog-sit for you, unfortunatley I live in a very small apartment that doesn't allow dogs. Huge bummer. Trust me I know. So I currently have a cat to help my need for a furry companion. I'll be walking doggos in the south east Portland area and I'm hoping yours is one of them! I can't wait to meet you, and your companion!

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    Sarah S.
    2017-07-03T13:30:05-07:00
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    I’m Bryan I’ve been a dog father for four years now but have always had a deep love for all kinds of dogs and animals my whole life. Looking to get to spend more time with all kinds of dogs in my day to day life. I also love being in the outdoors so it just gives me another excuse to get out there and enjoy nature with some cute pups.

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    Karrigan H.
    2019-11-18T08:33:18-08:00
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    Bryan was great with my puppy and definitely would recomend him to anyone who needs their dog walked!

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      Sarah S.

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    Best Dog Friendly Neighborhoods in Mosier

    West Mosier

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    955 per sq. mi.

    West Mosier

    4848

    Treat your pup to a walk on the Waterfront Park Trail in East Mosier. Leash up your pup and begin your journey at the Totem Pole Plaza. Be sure to take time to look at the Totem in the center of the plaza. As Mosier’s most unique landmark, it celebrates the history of the small town. Follow the trail west as it safely guides you under a couple freeway overpasses, then places you right on the shore of the beautiful river. Your pooch will love feeling the sunshine on her back as she trots along. Enjoy spectacular waterfront and forested scenery. Don’t forget to bring clean up bags and plenty of water. 

    Central Mosier

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    955 per sq. mi.

    Central Mosier

    3636

    The Mosier Plateau Trail is the perfect way to get an up close look at this area’s beauty. Pack some water, snacks, and a leash, and head out for a puptastic adventure. The beginning of the three mile trail passes Mosier Pioneer Cemetery. Before continuing on, wander around and check out the graves of the town’s earliest settlers. Then follow the trail up switchbacks, past waterfalls (and Mosier’s secret swimming hole), and along Mosier Creek. When you finally make it to the top, your pup will be blown away by the pawsome views of the Columbia Gorge. Keep in mind, poison ivy is abundant, so make sure your pal sticks to the trail. 

    East Mosier

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    3 per sq. mi.

    East Mosier

    2424

    If your pooch needs a weekend away, pack up a tent and some sleeping bags and head over to the Memaloose State Park where you’ll find dozens of tent and RV sites nestled in groves of maples, willows, and cottonwood. Once you’re all set up, venture out on the 3.5 mile Memaloose Hills Trail for canine cardio. Known for its brilliant wildflower displays, this trail provides great views of Mount Hood and Mount Adams. Your furry BFF will be in heaven as she trounces through fields of balsamroot, lupine, desert parsley, and paintbrush. All this beauty does have a price; the area is known to have ticks, rattlesnakes, and poison oak, so keep a close eye on your four legged hiking buddy! 

    East Hood River

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    2,669 per sq. mi.

    East Hood River

    1212

    Need a new place to walk your dog? Drive 10 minutes west of Mosier to Hood River and pay a visit to the Hood River Waterfront Park. This pawsome park sits on the banks of the Columbia River and is known for its crescent shaped sandy beach. Although pups are not allowed on the beach, or in any swimming area, there are plenty of paths to keep your pooch occupied. She’ll still get to enjoy the riverfront scenery and will love spending time with her favorite human. Extend your walk outside of the park by following the Hood River Waterfront Trail. Remember to bring clean up bags and some water for your pal. 

    Sieverkropp/ Eliot Park

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    2,669 per sq. mi.

    Sieverkropp/ Eliot Park

    00

    This neighborhood provides access to the pupular Indian Creek Trail system. Located 15 minutes away in Hood River, this trail is divided into three segments. No matter what section you follow, your pup is sure to have a furrific time. He’ll love getting his exercise while listening to the soothing babble of Indian Creek. Since the trail leads through lush groves of alder, dogwood, and willow and patches of vibrant wildflower covered hills, your pup will definitely get his fill of nature. The trail’s total mileage is just over three miles, so he’ll get a nice workout. No doubt about it, this trail will make his tail wag!

    West Mosier

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    955 per sq. mi.

    West Mosier

    4848

    Treat your pup to a walk on the Waterfront Park Trail in East Mosier. Leash up your pup and begin your journey at the Totem Pole Plaza. Be sure to take time to look at the Totem in the center of the plaza. As Mosier’s most unique landmark, it celebrates the history of the small town. Follow the trail west as it safely guides you under a couple freeway overpasses, then places you right on the shore of the beautiful river. Your pooch will love feeling the sunshine on her back as she trots along. Enjoy spectacular waterfront and forested scenery. Don’t forget to bring clean up bags and plenty of water. 

    Central Mosier

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    955 per sq. mi.

    Central Mosier

    3636

    The Mosier Plateau Trail is the perfect way to get an up close look at this area’s beauty. Pack some water, snacks, and a leash, and head out for a puptastic adventure. The beginning of the three mile trail passes Mosier Pioneer Cemetery. Before continuing on, wander around and check out the graves of the town’s earliest settlers. Then follow the trail up switchbacks, past waterfalls (and Mosier’s secret swimming hole), and along Mosier Creek. When you finally make it to the top, your pup will be blown away by the pawsome views of the Columbia Gorge. Keep in mind, poison ivy is abundant, so make sure your pal sticks to the trail. 

    East Mosier

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    3 per sq. mi.

    East Mosier

    2424

    If your pooch needs a weekend away, pack up a tent and some sleeping bags and head over to the Memaloose State Park where you’ll find dozens of tent and RV sites nestled in groves of maples, willows, and cottonwood. Once you’re all set up, venture out on the 3.5 mile Memaloose Hills Trail for canine cardio. Known for its brilliant wildflower displays, this trail provides great views of Mount Hood and Mount Adams. Your furry BFF will be in heaven as she trounces through fields of balsamroot, lupine, desert parsley, and paintbrush. All this beauty does have a price; the area is known to have ticks, rattlesnakes, and poison oak, so keep a close eye on your four legged hiking buddy! 

    East Hood River

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    2,669 per sq. mi.

    East Hood River

    1212

    Need a new place to walk your dog? Drive 10 minutes west of Mosier to Hood River and pay a visit to the Hood River Waterfront Park. This pawsome park sits on the banks of the Columbia River and is known for its crescent shaped sandy beach. Although pups are not allowed on the beach, or in any swimming area, there are plenty of paths to keep your pooch occupied. She’ll still get to enjoy the riverfront scenery and will love spending time with her favorite human. Extend your walk outside of the park by following the Hood River Waterfront Trail. Remember to bring clean up bags and some water for your pal. 

    Sieverkropp/ Eliot Park

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    2,669 per sq. mi.

    Sieverkropp/ Eliot Park

    00

    This neighborhood provides access to the pupular Indian Creek Trail system. Located 15 minutes away in Hood River, this trail is divided into three segments. No matter what section you follow, your pup is sure to have a furrific time. He’ll love getting his exercise while listening to the soothing babble of Indian Creek. Since the trail leads through lush groves of alder, dogwood, and willow and patches of vibrant wildflower covered hills, your pup will definitely get his fill of nature. The trail’s total mileage is just over three miles, so he’ll get a nice workout. No doubt about it, this trail will make his tail wag!

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