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Hello, my name is Candis! I've owned dogs my whole life. I have experience in handling a very wide range of dogs, from big to small, you name it! I understand each dog has his or her own personal needs that I am more than willing to work with.
Hello!My name is Chelsey, I am currently a sophomore at Penn State University. I am on summer vacation right now, and would like to occupy myself with some fluffy costumers. My hours are extremely flexible (since I’m out of school) and I have my own car to make drop offs and pick ups easier for you.
Hi, my name is Lisa. I’ve grown up with dogs since I was a baby. I love big and small dogs and have learned a lot training my first dog this year. I have some experience with giving medication and have also pet-sat for family friends. I’m super active and can keep up with the most active dogs. I can’t wait to meet your pup!
I work as a wildland firefighter during the summer and walk dogs in the off-season to earn some cash. I have had dogs my whole life. Currently have a one year old pup and we are always going for walks and visiting dog parks.
Simply put, dogs and cats bring joy into my life, and it is an honor to be considered to take care of your fluffy loves. I will provide your pet with the same level of care and attention you give them. Whatever specials needs they may have or favorite spots for walking, I will make sure your pet feels safe and loved.
Hi my name is Ken and I would love to walk your dog I am well rounded with all types of breads since I have had many types. I live in Wilkes Barre and my schedule is very flexible that helps me taking care of your dogs needs. I hope to take care of them soon.
Rails to Trails Hazleton is over ten miles... one way! This trail is part of a nationwide effort to convert unused rail lines to ready to run trails. Walk as far as you like, but remember you have to walk back just as far! Bring your own water and keep your dog on a leash while enjoying this trail.
There's no shortage of pet friendly accommodations in Hazleton. From Candlewood Suites Hazleton to Ramada Inn Hazleton to Red Roof Inn & Suites Hazleton, there are dog friendly options for only a small pet fee. Sweet dreams are made of low fees!
Come and see what has Hazleton dogs wagging their tail every day of the week!
Bailey’s Bark Park is a pupular destination in South Hazleton! There is a small fee to use this park, but it’s totally worth it as the rate is annual and low. It has a divided dog park, so big dogs and small ones can find playmates their own size here! There’s also shade and a couple of benches so owners can take a load off while the dogs run. The main attraction is room to roam and other dogs to play with, so bring a toy or two if your dog isn’t the most social type! Enjoy your time in Bailey’s Dog Park!
The East End Playground in East Hazleton is a great place to take your dog and children. The playground features a few simple play structures, such as swings and a jungle gym. The rest of the park is left to open space. This is great for picking up a game of soccer, or other sports. Dogs will also love the green space in this park! Leash up and walk the perimeter; the park’s small size makes it easy to walk laps for exercise. The park’s woods give you a chance to cool down as you work. Bring a doggie bowl so your dog can enjoy the fountains!
Western Hazleton is a neighborhood of Hazleton, not to be confused with the separate town of West Hazleton. It’s home to Beech Street Park. This is a great , convenient park that serves a largely residential area. Peak hours are after school gets out and weekend mornings. If your dog prefers to stay away from crowds, time your visits accordingly! Skirt the basketball courts and playground and take your leashed dog along this park’s short walking paths. The sports fields are great for dog lead exploration when they’re not in use. You can also relax at the picnic tables if you just want to spend time outdoors with your pup.
Downtown Hazleton is a great place to walk. See the heart of Hazleton, and stop off at a fun park along your way: Altmiller Playground. Despite the name, this park has a lot more than slides to offer! Though not the largest park in Hazleton, Altmiller Playground has interesting walking paths. There’s a large rock structure with a path to the top, and the peak offers an beautiful view of the whole area! Dogs are allowed to explore the park with you as long as they stay on leash. Bring a doggie bowl, as the park’s fountains were only built for humans!
The McAdoo Memorial Park is just 12 minutes from Hazleton by car in McAdoo! It’s a great way to see more local culture without going too far out of your way. The memorial park honors veterans local and across the country. This park was designed with the local community in mind. The most prominent feature is the full size baseball diamond! This area is in high demand. Your pup can people watch to her heart’s content here. You can also explore the green space between the diamond and the basketball courts. While the park is light on amenities, it makes up for it with ample romping space.
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