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Aloha! My name is Amanda and I have loved dogs for as long as I can remember. I have a big heart and love to be able to help a friend out when needed. I’m so thankful to be able to walk and care for your pup!
Can run with dogs, High energy dogs, Puppy care, Fast walker
I’m a college student at OSU-Cascades who loves the outdoors. I love all animals and I would be more than happy to run or walk with your dog on trails in Bend
Top Pet Caregiver
Hello my name is Neil. I am a full time student, and enjoy being outside along with spending time with dogs. Sadly I am no longer a dog owner, so I like to take every chance I get to interact with them.
Can run with dogs, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Fast walker
Hi, I'm David and I have passion for all four legged friends but especially dogs. I have raised 4 dogs in my life and currently have 2 at home. Peanut is my Lab/Pit mix that was rescued in California and Louie is a terrier chihuahua mix. I am confident walking and socializing all breeds, sizes and energy levels! I am always on time and professional and try to custom tailor my walks to your dog as much as possible. I am happy to accommodate most special requests and love repeat customers!
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
“Travel Writer Who Loves Dogs!”
Hi there! I'm a travel writer who is now "settling down" in Bend. I absolutely loved walking my dog, Dylan, along the Deschutes River Trail & taking him to Pine Nursery Park ~ but unfortunately, he passed away in February, and I’m terribly missing my daily walks with him. While I'm not ready for a new dog yet, I am missing animal love in my life & am looking forward to meeting many new wonderful dogs here in Bend, & sharing with them my love for the great outdoors!
Senior dog care, Puppy care, Fast walker
I first starting caring for animals in my neighborhood, but quickly moved on to working for dog boarding facilities where walks alone were 75% of the job! I’ve had dogs my entire life, but my current Golden Retriever just passed away so I’ve been fostering dogs now! I’ve been working for wildlife sanctuaries, rescues, and zoos since I finished college. Currently, I work at a local vet clinic.
Top Pet Caregiver
Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
Hello there! My name is Julia. I’ve grown up raising dogs my whole life! Sadly they have all passed away now. Now I love to share my love of walking and being outdoors with friendly pups. Placing your dog(s) in my care means- unleashing your pets energy and potential in a safe manner, and being cared for as best as they can be. I understand different dogs have different personalities and needs and I promise to treat each one like the furry Kings and Queens they are!
“Loving all dogs big and small.”
My name is Timothy Johnson and dogs mean the world to me. While growing up I had many furry friends to take care of and I have owned two dogs of my own. My best friend Lilly was an 8 year old, red nose Pitbull that was completely deaf. Lilly taught me how to train a dog with health conditions, and how to deal with food aggression. My apartment does not allow dogs, but through Wag, I would love to become best friends with your furry family member!
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
Tumalo is an unincorporated community in the beautiful Deschutes County. Nestled on the banks of the Deschutes River, this scenic patch of land is about 10 miles north of Bend in sunny Central Oregon. With the gorgeous Cascade Mountains to the west and the babbling creeks, Tumalo is a beautiful wonderland perfect for canine exploration. This pupperfic town even has its own veterinary clinic.
Tumalo State Park is one of the biggest draws to the area. There’s no better way to experience the epic beauty of the area than camping in the park for the weekend. Pack up a tent and a couple sleeping bags and escape to this riverfront park with your pup. RV and tent sites are available as well as a couple pet friendly yurts. This is a great spot to relax near the river, cast a fishing line, or swim with your furry friend.
For an afternoon walk, follow the Deschutes River Trail. The trailhead is in the day use area of Tumalo State Park. Head upstream and you’ll be hiking through a pawsome rocky canyon that borders the river. The downstream portion of the trail is more open with easy river access. Either direction is about two miles round trip, so your pal will get plenty of exercise.
Whether your pup is just visiting or lives here full time, he’ll absolutely love Tumalo!
Sawyer Park is not to be missed. Sprawled across both side of Deschutes River, this 45 acre natural area is located 10 minutes away in Bend. It is chock full of pine and juniper trees and has river access for fishing and splashing around. Your furry pal will love exploring the natural and paved trails as well as the open lawn area. For a longer walk, follow the bridge across the river and hop on the Deschutes River Trail. It runs parallel to the river and stops at a couple parks along the way. If you’re feeling peckish, head over to McKay Cottage Restaurant for some delicious food. Your pup can join you on the patio and will be greeted with a water bowl and a biscuit.
The Pine Nursery Park is the kind of park your pup dreams about. Located in Bend, it is just 15 minutes from Tumalo. This pawsome park has 14 acres off leash area fun. Your pal will be in heaven as he darts and dashes around the wide open grass field. He can explore the trails, sniff around the rocks and shrubs, or wrestle with new playmates. During the dogs days of summer, faux fire hydrants squirt water to cool off the canines. Restrooms are available for pet parents and clean up bags are provided for fur babies. This place is woofin’ amazing!
If your pooch is an avid hiker, he’ll feel right at home in the Archie Briggs Canyon Open Space. With tall volcanic rock cliffs and views of the Deschutes River, this area has beautiful scenery that will make his spirits soar. Plus, it’s only 10 minutes away in Bend. The Archie Briggs Canyon Trail is just over a mile long and begins with a descent into a pine covered ravine. As you make your way back up the bluff, paws and rest at one of the benches. You and your pal will be treated to sweeping vistas of the surrounding area. If your pup is still rearing to go, hop on the Deschutes River Trail for some added mileage.
Twenty minutes south of Tumalo in Bend sits Pilot Butte Neighborhood Park. It features a grassy area, playground and picnic facilities. But, the best thing about this park is the access to Pilot Butte Trails. There are three trails to choose from and all lead to the top of a hill known as Pilot Butte State Scenic Viewpoint. Your leashed dog will get a pawsome leg workout out as she hikes through the sage and juniper trees. Once at the top, not only will she fell like a champion, she’ll also be treated to magnificent views of Bend and the surrounding area. Since the trail can be quite hot and dusty, be sure to bring plenty of water for you and your pooch.
Hillside Park is another one of Bend’s furrific open spaces. Less than 15 minutes from Tumalo, this park is divided into two parcels. One side features open areas, sport courts, picnic facilities, and a playground. The other side is an off leash area where your dog can run wild and free. But this isn’t a typical dog park; it is a network of trails that run through pines, juniper, and sage. Your pup can go into full explorer mode and discover all this park has to offer. Since part of the area is enclosed with a fence that has large gaps, there are possible escape routes. So be sure to keep a close eye on your pooch.
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