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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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      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 Kendall! I am a huge animal lover! I have previous experience walking dogs, volunteering at animal shelters, and as a pet owner.

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    Juliana A.
    2018-04-08T09:46:47-07:00
    Five starsFive starsFive starsFive starsFive stars
    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

    Background Checked

    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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    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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    michelle Scott S.

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    Juliana A.

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      Jona A.

      Five starsFive starsFive starsFive starsFive stars

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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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      Rainbow J

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      michelle Scott S.

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      Juliana A.

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    Best Dog Friendly Neighborhoods in Nehalem

    South Nehalem

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    266 per sq. mi.

    South Nehalem

    4848

    When in the area, a visit to the Nehalem Bay State Park is a must. Sandwiched between the Pacific Ocean and Nehalem Bay, this park primarily sits on a on a four mile long sand spit. If your pup is just happy to play in the waves or dig in the sand, find a spot on the beach and set up for the day. To do some exploring, follow the Nehalem Bay Jetty Trail through open beach, dunes, and Sitka spruce forest. It’s about a four mile loop, so your adventurous pup will get plenty of exercise. Since the beaches are home to nesting Snowy Plovers, be sure to follow all posted restrictions. The park also has a campground with pet friendly RV and tent sites, as well as yurts. 

    Northeast Nehalem

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    7 per sq. mi.

    Northeast Nehalem

    3636

    If your pup needs a break from the sandy beaches, head over to Coal Creek Trail for a pawsome forested hike. It’s not too far from civilization, yet it’s usually not crowded, so your dog can enjoy a quiet hike in nature. Let your pooch be the guide as you follow the trail through spruce and hemlock. After a mile, the trail meets up with the Coal Creek Ridge. Outback Trail is also nearby. This one is pupular with mountain bikers, so watch for cyclists zooming down the trail. Since this area is also home to a variety of critters like deer, beaver, and birds, you may catch a glimpse of some wildlife. 

    Northwest Nehalem

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    7 per sq. mi.

    Northwest Nehalem

    2424

    Is your dog an avid hiker? Then try the trails to Neahkahnie Mountain. Rising 1600 feet above sea level, this peak is one of the highest points on the west coast. There are two ways to reach the summit ridge viewpoint. The southern trailhead is an easier approach. This route clocks in at 3 miles and gains about 800 feet in elevation. It winds up some switchbacks and passes by colorful displays of wildflowers. If your pup is craving a challenge, take the northern trail. It’s about five miles and gains 1450 feet in elevation. No matter which way you go, once you reach the top, you and your pooch will be treated to spectacular views of the bay, coast, and surrounding towns. 

    Neahkahnie Beach

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    323 per sq. mi.

    Neahkahnie Beach

    1212

    Neahkahnie Beach is a small seaside community about five minutes from Nehalem. This pawsome place is home to a white sand beach where you and your four legged BFF can soak in the sun. Not only will your pal have plenty of room to romp and roam, but you both can enjoy fabulous views of the towering Neahkahnie Mountain. The Mystery of Beeswax Wreck haunts this beach and has been told for generations. Your dog may even sniff out a rare chunk of beeswax washed ashore from an ancient shipwreck, or at least have a ball running around in the waves. 

    Manzanita

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    266 per sq. mi.

    Manzanita

    00

    Treat your dog to a day out in the nearby village of Manzanita. Just five minutes west of Nehalem, it has plenty of pupperific things to see and do. Start with a walk in Manzanita City Park. Your pooch will appreciate a stroll around the open lawn or a walk through the groves of trees. The park features a playground, sport courts, a horseshoe pit, and picnic facilities. If your pup prefers the beach, you’ll find plenty of access to the sandy surf to chase the waves or meander down the coast. Either way, your beach dog will be in paradise. Finish you day off at Left Coast Siesta, a laid back Mexican restaurant. Chow down on a burrito or enchilada while relaxing on the patio with your pup. 

    South Nehalem

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    266 per sq. mi.

    South Nehalem

    4848

    When in the area, a visit to the Nehalem Bay State Park is a must. Sandwiched between the Pacific Ocean and Nehalem Bay, this park primarily sits on a on a four mile long sand spit. If your pup is just happy to play in the waves or dig in the sand, find a spot on the beach and set up for the day. To do some exploring, follow the Nehalem Bay Jetty Trail through open beach, dunes, and Sitka spruce forest. It’s about a four mile loop, so your adventurous pup will get plenty of exercise. Since the beaches are home to nesting Snowy Plovers, be sure to follow all posted restrictions. The park also has a campground with pet friendly RV and tent sites, as well as yurts. 

    Northeast Nehalem

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    7 per sq. mi.

    Northeast Nehalem

    3636

    If your pup needs a break from the sandy beaches, head over to Coal Creek Trail for a pawsome forested hike. It’s not too far from civilization, yet it’s usually not crowded, so your dog can enjoy a quiet hike in nature. Let your pooch be the guide as you follow the trail through spruce and hemlock. After a mile, the trail meets up with the Coal Creek Ridge. Outback Trail is also nearby. This one is pupular with mountain bikers, so watch for cyclists zooming down the trail. Since this area is also home to a variety of critters like deer, beaver, and birds, you may catch a glimpse of some wildlife. 

    Northwest Nehalem

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    7 per sq. mi.

    Northwest Nehalem

    2424

    Is your dog an avid hiker? Then try the trails to Neahkahnie Mountain. Rising 1600 feet above sea level, this peak is one of the highest points on the west coast. There are two ways to reach the summit ridge viewpoint. The southern trailhead is an easier approach. This route clocks in at 3 miles and gains about 800 feet in elevation. It winds up some switchbacks and passes by colorful displays of wildflowers. If your pup is craving a challenge, take the northern trail. It’s about five miles and gains 1450 feet in elevation. No matter which way you go, once you reach the top, you and your pooch will be treated to spectacular views of the bay, coast, and surrounding towns. 

    Neahkahnie Beach

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    323 per sq. mi.

    Neahkahnie Beach

    1212

    Neahkahnie Beach is a small seaside community about five minutes from Nehalem. This pawsome place is home to a white sand beach where you and your four legged BFF can soak in the sun. Not only will your pal have plenty of room to romp and roam, but you both can enjoy fabulous views of the towering Neahkahnie Mountain. The Mystery of Beeswax Wreck haunts this beach and has been told for generations. Your dog may even sniff out a rare chunk of beeswax washed ashore from an ancient shipwreck, or at least have a ball running around in the waves. 

    Manzanita

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    266 per sq. mi.

    Manzanita

    00

    Treat your dog to a day out in the nearby village of Manzanita. Just five minutes west of Nehalem, it has plenty of pupperific things to see and do. Start with a walk in Manzanita City Park. Your pooch will appreciate a stroll around the open lawn or a walk through the groves of trees. The park features a playground, sport courts, a horseshoe pit, and picnic facilities. If your pup prefers the beach, you’ll find plenty of access to the sandy surf to chase the waves or meander down the coast. Either way, your beach dog will be in paradise. Finish you day off at Left Coast Siesta, a laid back Mexican restaurant. Chow down on a burrito or enchilada while relaxing on the patio with your pup. 

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