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Hi, I'm Bre! I absolutely adore and love dogs. I've always had a dog of my own and I've been dog walking, dog sitting, and caring for them for over 16 years. I can't wait to meet your pooch and give them lots of love and exercise!
Top Pet Caregiver
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
I am personable, reliable, discreet, and pay attention to your and your dogs needs. I love dog walking and I am genuinely concerned about your fur babies! I have grown up with dogs and currently have the honor of being a rescued pug mom! I’m a retired teacher and business owner who has plenty of time to offer love and pampering to your pets!
“I would love to walk and play with your dog.”
I love animals. I am 53 years old and have raised 3 pugs and a beagle lab in my lifetime. I currently have 1 pug, 2 cats and a hamster. I love the outdoors. Big dogs or little, puppy to senior, I live them all. I was raised with dogs throughout my life. I enjoy how dogs see the world and communicate it back to us.
Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
Hello I am a dog lover. My shih tzu Crush is my fur baby. I spoil him rotten. I volunteer at the church I attend in children's ministry. I also work as a physical therapist assistant and love taking care of people. I very much enjoy any opportunity I get to make a new animal friend.
My name is Maura. I am a 19 year old entering my junior year in college. I have grown up with dogs my entire life and currently have a 6-year-old Australian Cattle Dog named Carson. I volunteer as a dog handler at my local animal shelter. I am also a certified babysitter with First Aid and CPR certification, my next step is becoming pet CPR and first aid certified.
To say I like dogs more than people is an understatement ! I work at a veterinary hospital and dog sit on the side when I can. There’s nothing I enjoy more than being around dogs of all kind. They literally light up my world and I cannot wait to meet your furry best friend!!! ~ALI
Hello there! My name is Nick. I am passionate about dogs and understand how important they are to their owners because my family has a dog. I am very comfortable with meeting and getting to know new dogs. I am an amateur photographer and currently I am doing dog shoots, and dog owners have noted that I am very respectful and kind towards their dogs. I really enjoy walking myself, and love to have a dog with me. Having a dog myself, I understand both the challenges and joys of dog care.
“Nothing is truer then the love of a good dog”
I have had a love of animals since I can remember.I got my first dog when I was 16 years old and he was my best friend. Ever since then, I have always lived with a dog; been the primary caretaker or babysitter of either dogs, cats, snakes, birds, fish, etc; and enjoyed every minute of always being with an animal. Some of my friends and family even call me an animal whisper because of my connection that I have with animals. Animals are very special to me and dogs certainly are a mans best friend.
Socially Distanced Pet Care
Dog first aid and/or CPR, Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Fast walker, Puppy care
Hello! My name is Xiomara. Call me “Z” for short. Always loved dogs growing up! I’ll be in the Cranberry township, PA area. Hope to meet your companion soon!
Fast walker, Puppy care
Hey! Hope you are doing well. My name is Brandon. I have been a dog owner my whole life. Right now I have the most amazing husky named Leo. We live on my farm in the Cranberry area. My family has been in this area for a few generations, so I grew up mostly in this area. I went to Grove City College. Although I have no formal animal training or veterinary education, I am a dog person 100%. So if you want a quality dog walk/interaction, just give me a shout. See you soon!
Located in Lawrence County, the small community of Chewton offers a country setting for dogs and their owners. There are several outdoor recreational areas within a 20-mile drive of town. If you're looking for a veterinarian, you'll find a clinic just 4.4 miles to the southeast, in the town of Ellwood City.
Plan a day to go exploring with your four-footed friend. Head south about 15.5 miles to Brady's Run Park outside of Beaver Falls. This 2,000-acre facility has multiple hiking trails of varying lengths. Walk through woods and fields with your fur baby here. Dogs on a leash can join you as long as you clean up after them.
For a pawtastic park adventure, head northeast about 16.2 miles to Moraine State Park. This facility is over 16,000 acres in size and has miles of hiking trails. Go boating, try your hand at fishing, or spend the night in the campground with your pup here. You can bring dogs, provided they're on a leash.
Plan a camping trip with your pup at Rose Point Park Campground, located about 13 miles northeast of town. You'll be able to choose from campsites that accommodate tents or RVs, or you can reserve a pet-friendly cabin. Dogs need to be kept on a leash when outside. Clean up any messes.
Chewton provides easy access to a range of outdoor activities that pups and their owners can enjoy together.
Chewton is a small country town that includes single-family homes, some farms, and a coal mine. There are peaceful country roads here that you and your furry pal can use for your daily exercise. For a special outing with your four-footed friend, head to Buttermilk Falls Park. This area is located about 6.5 miles south of Chewton off Route 18. Hike along the trail through the woods to view this 40 foot cascade and beautiful sandstone formation. Make sure you keep your pup on a leash and under control when visiting here. Bring water and waste bags with you for your outing.
The village of Wampum, located just west of Chewton and across the Beaver River, is a rural community with homes, a factory, and a park. You'll be able to walk around the block or out in the country with Spot in this area. When you're looking for a place to play fetch with your canine pal, head to Wampum Community Park off Park Drive. This facility has a few ballfields, a playground, a picnic area, and some open lawn. Get a little exercise with your pup here. Remember to keep your pooch under control and to clean up after him.
About eight miles west of Chewton, you'll find the small community of New Beaver. There are country homes and a fire station here. You'll be able to take your pup walking along wooded lanes in the area. For a pawtastic outdoor adventure, head about three miles southeast to Pennsylvania State Game Lands Number 148. This 369 acre parcel of land can be easily accessed off Possum Hollow Road. Hike along the trails here with your fur baby to get some exercise. Be aware that the property is open to hunting and plan your visit accordingly. Bring along water and waste bags, and keep your pup leashed.
Located about five miles to the north, the small community of West Pittsburg includes single-family homes, some apartments, and a few small businesses. This quiet area has peaceful streets where you and fido can enjoy a daily stroll. Plan a day of exploring with your special pal at McConnells Mill State Park. This expansive facility is part of the Slippery Rock Gorge. There are picnic areas and several hiking trails that vary in length and difficulty here. Dogs are welcome to accompany you as long as you keep them on a leash and under control. Pack water and waste bags for your outing.
Just four miles southeast of Chewton, you'll find the town of Ellwood City. This area includes houses, apartments, schools, and two parks. You and Spot will be able to walk around the block in the neighborhood here. For a special treat, take your canine companion to Ewing Park off Riverside Drive. Dogs are permitted in designated areas of the facility as long as you keep them on a leash that's no longer than three feet. Hike on the nature trail that follows Connoquenessing Creek with your special pal. There are covered benches here where you can rest and take in the scenery.
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