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    “Animals are my life!”

    From growing up with pets in the home to working full time with rescued wild animals, I have an array of experience. I worked with sea lions and seals- they are like giant wet dogs! At home, I have 1 dog & 2 cats. I have worked with animals for over 10 years in various wildlife organizations. My family loves dogs so I grew up with miniature and standard poodles. For years, I have cared for elderly pets to young puppies- breeds of all kinds. Both for friends and for clients.

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    Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience, Obedience training, Behavioral training, Socialization training, Potty training, Puppy training


    jessica B.
    2019-03-10T21:03:33-07:00
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    “Animals are my life!”

    From growing up with pets in the home to working full time with rescued wild animals, I have an array of experience. I worked with sea lions and seals- they are like giant wet dogs! At home, I have 1 dog & 2 cats. I have worked with animals for over 10 years in various wildlife organizations. My family loves dogs so I grew up with miniature and standard poodles. For years, I have cared for elderly pets to young puppies- breeds of all kinds. Both for friends and for clients.

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    Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience, Obedience training, Behavioral training, Socialization training, Potty training, Puppy training


    jessica B.
    2019-03-10T21:03:33-07:00
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    Best Dog Friendly Neighborhoods in Yachats

    North Yachats

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    612 per sq. mi.

    North Yachats

    4848

    A walk through the Smelt Sands State Recreation Site will give you a taste of the rugged beauty Oregon is famous for. Large rocks, salty air, and majestic waves make this beach a picture perfect place to spend time with your four legged friend. He can investigate the driftwood and seashells, or dip his paws in the waves. Just keep an eye on the ocean, as this area is known for sneaky waves. You can also access the 804 Trail from this park that takes you along the rocky beach where you’ll see a variety of birds and marine life. Benches are available, so paws and gaze out at the ocean for a while. 

    Central Yachats

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    247 per sq. mi.

    Central Yachats

    3636

    If your pup is craving some beach time, head to the Yachats State Recreation Area. Your dog can spend the afternoon hopping on the rocks, checking for tidepools, or splashing in the surf. It’s not uncommon to see salmon fishers at this beach. And, if you look closely, you may catch a glimpse of gray whales migrating. For more spectacular beach access, pop over to Yachats Ocean Road State Natural Site. Enjoy views of Yachats Bay while strolling along the sand with your pal. If you go in the evening, you can sit back and relax with your pup as the sun sets on another puptastic day.

    South Yachats

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    30 per sq. mi.

    South Yachats

    2424

    You and your pooch could literally spend hours exploring this area. Amanda’s Trail is a pawsome option for dogs that can go the distance. This out and back trail is 7.4 miles round trip, and leads you through lush vegetation to the top of Cape Perpetua. On your way, you’ll pass the stone statue of Amanda, the trail’s namesake. Cape Perpetua is captivatingly beautiful. Fur-tunately, there are plenty of trails that let you see the area up close. Be sure to follow the St. Perpetua Trail to an overlook. Snap a photo with your pooch before continuing on to Devil’s Churn or Cook’s Chasm. 

    Cushman/ Tiernan

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    9 per sq. mi.

    Cushman/ Tiernan

    1212

    Step into a mystical forest and follow the Hobbit Trail. Located in Florence, this trail is just 20 minutes south of Yachats. Your furry pal will feel like he’s walking in a mythical land with all the twisted roots, moss, and lush vegetation. The trail even passes through a pawsome tree tunnel. After a half mile you will come to Hobbit Beach. Fido can run through the surf or play fetch with some driftwood. If he’s in the mood for more hiking, follow the trail a couple more miles to the Heceta Head Lighthouse. Have a look around this quaint structure before turning back. Keep in mind that this trail can be slippery after the rain.  

    Heceta Beach

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    275 per sq. mi.

    Heceta Beach

    00

    Head 30 minutes south of Yachats and you’ll come to the Baker Beach Trailhead. This is a great little hike for your four legged hiking buddy. Follow the trail for just under a mile to Baker Beach, an often overlooked stretch of grassy sand dunes. A couple loop trails let you explore the area, or your pal can just romp around in the ocean. Horseback riders are known to frequent the area, so keep your pup close. If she wants to continue hiking, stay on the trail for another half mile until you get to Lily Lake. Bring water to keep your pooch hydrated. No doubt she’ll have a tail waggin’ time!

    North Yachats

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    612 per sq. mi.

    North Yachats

    4848

    A walk through the Smelt Sands State Recreation Site will give you a taste of the rugged beauty Oregon is famous for. Large rocks, salty air, and majestic waves make this beach a picture perfect place to spend time with your four legged friend. He can investigate the driftwood and seashells, or dip his paws in the waves. Just keep an eye on the ocean, as this area is known for sneaky waves. You can also access the 804 Trail from this park that takes you along the rocky beach where you’ll see a variety of birds and marine life. Benches are available, so paws and gaze out at the ocean for a while. 

    Central Yachats

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    247 per sq. mi.

    Central Yachats

    3636

    If your pup is craving some beach time, head to the Yachats State Recreation Area. Your dog can spend the afternoon hopping on the rocks, checking for tidepools, or splashing in the surf. It’s not uncommon to see salmon fishers at this beach. And, if you look closely, you may catch a glimpse of gray whales migrating. For more spectacular beach access, pop over to Yachats Ocean Road State Natural Site. Enjoy views of Yachats Bay while strolling along the sand with your pal. If you go in the evening, you can sit back and relax with your pup as the sun sets on another puptastic day.

    South Yachats

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    30 per sq. mi.

    South Yachats

    2424

    You and your pooch could literally spend hours exploring this area. Amanda’s Trail is a pawsome option for dogs that can go the distance. This out and back trail is 7.4 miles round trip, and leads you through lush vegetation to the top of Cape Perpetua. On your way, you’ll pass the stone statue of Amanda, the trail’s namesake. Cape Perpetua is captivatingly beautiful. Fur-tunately, there are plenty of trails that let you see the area up close. Be sure to follow the St. Perpetua Trail to an overlook. Snap a photo with your pooch before continuing on to Devil’s Churn or Cook’s Chasm. 

    Cushman/ Tiernan

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    9 per sq. mi.

    Cushman/ Tiernan

    1212

    Step into a mystical forest and follow the Hobbit Trail. Located in Florence, this trail is just 20 minutes south of Yachats. Your furry pal will feel like he’s walking in a mythical land with all the twisted roots, moss, and lush vegetation. The trail even passes through a pawsome tree tunnel. After a half mile you will come to Hobbit Beach. Fido can run through the surf or play fetch with some driftwood. If he’s in the mood for more hiking, follow the trail a couple more miles to the Heceta Head Lighthouse. Have a look around this quaint structure before turning back. Keep in mind that this trail can be slippery after the rain.  

    Heceta Beach

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    275 per sq. mi.

    Heceta Beach

    00

    Head 30 minutes south of Yachats and you’ll come to the Baker Beach Trailhead. This is a great little hike for your four legged hiking buddy. Follow the trail for just under a mile to Baker Beach, an often overlooked stretch of grassy sand dunes. A couple loop trails let you explore the area, or your pal can just romp around in the ocean. Horseback riders are known to frequent the area, so keep your pup close. If she wants to continue hiking, stay on the trail for another half mile until you get to Lily Lake. Bring water to keep your pooch hydrated. No doubt she’ll have a tail waggin’ time!

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