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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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    HI! I'm so excited to meet your dog! My background includes both large and small dogs, time at a Doggie Day Care, and I've worked at several zoos and aquariums, so I love animals. Dogs seem to always have the best smiles, too!

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    cheryl M.
    2018-01-22T12:48:22-08:00
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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
    Five starsFive starsFive starsFive starsFive stars
    Verified Walk

    HI! I'm so excited to meet your dog! My background includes both large and small dogs, time at a Doggie Day Care, and I've worked at several zoos and aquariums, so I love animals. Dogs seem to always have the best smiles, too!

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    cheryl M.
    2018-01-22T12:48:22-08:00
    Five starsFive starsFive starsFive starsFive stars
    Verified 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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      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 Pacific City

    South Pacific City

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    10 per sq. mi.

    South Pacific City

    4848

    If your furry BFF is begging for an adventure, the Bob Straub State Park the place to be. Located on the Nestucca Sand Spit, this park is a sampler platter of the beauty the Oregon Coast is famous for. Enjoy rolling sand dunes, stunning views, expansive beaches and lush forests. The Bay Trail, Dune Ridge Trail, and Riverview Loop not only showcase the park’s beauty, they also give your dog plenty of room to exercise. If she’d rather just play in the water, head down to the beach and let her dance in the waves. This is a pupular horseback riding area, so be sure to keep her on leash. 

    Central Pacific City

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    14 per sq. mi.

    Central Pacific City

    3636

    This area is home to some pet friendly places to stay. If you’re traveling in an RV or need to set up a tent, make a reservation at Cape Kiwanda RV Park. With full hookups and great amenities, your pooch will feel right at home. Pacific City Inn is another great choice. Room service, a well kept garden and convenient location make this a puptastic option for you and your four legged traveling companion. For a small fee, your pal can bunk at Surf and Sand Inn. What was once Coast Guard lodging is now a cozy hotel that welcomes four legged guests.

    North Pacific City

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    14 per sq. mi.

    North Pacific City

    2424

    The Cape Kiwanda State Natural Area is Pacific City’s crown jewel. If your pooch likes feeling sand beneath his paws, he’ll be in absolute heaven. Sandstone cliffs, sand dunes, and sandy beaches make up this sandtastic park. Your dog will go mutts as he explores the area and catches great views of the offshore rock formation dubbed “Haystack.” He can check out the beach’s caves and tidepools or run through the waves. If you climb to the top of the cliffs with your pup, make sure he doesn’t get too close to the edge while he’s enjoying the spectacular views. Also, vehicles are allowed on the beach, so keep a close eye on your furry BFF at all times. 

    Oretown

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    6 per sq. mi.

    Oretown

    1212

    Porter Point Beach is a quick 10 minute drive south of Pacific City. Located in Cloverdale, this puptastic beach is home to Porter Point and the mouth of Nestucca River. Stroll out to the rocky headland with your furry sidekick so she can get a good look at this natural feature. Take time to explore the caves and tidepools before heading back. Pop over to Winema Beach for some more fun in the sun. Since it’s off the beaten path, it’s never crowded and provides a quiet place to revel in the beauty of the Oregon Coast. In fact, you and your pal may even have the place to yourselves! 

    South Neskowin

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    117 per sq. mi.

    South Neskowin

    00

    The Neskowin Beach State Recreation Site is truly a sight to behold. Located in Neskowin, it’s 15 minutes south of Pacific City. During low tide, the Neskowin Ghost Forest is revealed and visitors can see a grove of 2,000 year old Sitka spruce stumps. While he’s romping around the beach, your pup can sniff around these wooden wonders. Proposal Rock is large seastack that sits just off the beach and is accessible when the tide is out. A rugged trail leads to the top of this local landmark. It is steep and muddy, so if your pal wants to check it out, make sure he’s up for the challenge. 

    South Pacific City

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    10 per sq. mi.

    South Pacific City

    4848

    If your furry BFF is begging for an adventure, the Bob Straub State Park the place to be. Located on the Nestucca Sand Spit, this park is a sampler platter of the beauty the Oregon Coast is famous for. Enjoy rolling sand dunes, stunning views, expansive beaches and lush forests. The Bay Trail, Dune Ridge Trail, and Riverview Loop not only showcase the park’s beauty, they also give your dog plenty of room to exercise. If she’d rather just play in the water, head down to the beach and let her dance in the waves. This is a pupular horseback riding area, so be sure to keep her on leash. 

    Central Pacific City

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    14 per sq. mi.

    Central Pacific City

    3636

    This area is home to some pet friendly places to stay. If you’re traveling in an RV or need to set up a tent, make a reservation at Cape Kiwanda RV Park. With full hookups and great amenities, your pooch will feel right at home. Pacific City Inn is another great choice. Room service, a well kept garden and convenient location make this a puptastic option for you and your four legged traveling companion. For a small fee, your pal can bunk at Surf and Sand Inn. What was once Coast Guard lodging is now a cozy hotel that welcomes four legged guests.

    North Pacific City

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    14 per sq. mi.

    North Pacific City

    2424

    The Cape Kiwanda State Natural Area is Pacific City’s crown jewel. If your pooch likes feeling sand beneath his paws, he’ll be in absolute heaven. Sandstone cliffs, sand dunes, and sandy beaches make up this sandtastic park. Your dog will go mutts as he explores the area and catches great views of the offshore rock formation dubbed “Haystack.” He can check out the beach’s caves and tidepools or run through the waves. If you climb to the top of the cliffs with your pup, make sure he doesn’t get too close to the edge while he’s enjoying the spectacular views. Also, vehicles are allowed on the beach, so keep a close eye on your furry BFF at all times. 

    Oretown

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    6 per sq. mi.

    Oretown

    1212

    Porter Point Beach is a quick 10 minute drive south of Pacific City. Located in Cloverdale, this puptastic beach is home to Porter Point and the mouth of Nestucca River. Stroll out to the rocky headland with your furry sidekick so she can get a good look at this natural feature. Take time to explore the caves and tidepools before heading back. Pop over to Winema Beach for some more fun in the sun. Since it’s off the beaten path, it’s never crowded and provides a quiet place to revel in the beauty of the Oregon Coast. In fact, you and your pal may even have the place to yourselves! 

    South Neskowin

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    117 per sq. mi.

    South Neskowin

    00

    The Neskowin Beach State Recreation Site is truly a sight to behold. Located in Neskowin, it’s 15 minutes south of Pacific City. During low tide, the Neskowin Ghost Forest is revealed and visitors can see a grove of 2,000 year old Sitka spruce stumps. While he’s romping around the beach, your pup can sniff around these wooden wonders. Proposal Rock is large seastack that sits just off the beach and is accessible when the tide is out. A rugged trail leads to the top of this local landmark. It is steep and muddy, so if your pal wants to check it out, make sure he’s up for the challenge. 

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