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Hello, my name is Emily. I have a poodle mix of my own. I volunteered at the local animal shelter all through college where I learned how to deal with many different behavioral issues. I teach during the school year and love dog walking over the summers. I’m excited to meet your dog! Thank you for trusting me with your fur baby!
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Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
Hi, My name is Roger! I am a sophomore in college! I’m a huge animal lover!! I’ve always grown up surrounded by so many pets which makes me want to pursue being a Vet! I have 2 cats and a 1 year old alaskan malamute. I’ve volunteered for many shelters and I’ve loved every second of it. I’ve also pet sat for a lot of family and friends when they’ve gone out of town. I couldn’t imagine my life not being surrounded by furry friends so, I can’t wait to meet you and your pet family!
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““Happy” Vally Explorer”
I’m waiting for the opportunity to get out and explore all that Happy Valley has to offer with your best friend. I love hikes in the woods and exploring new trails just as much as walking the neighborhood streets of State College. I love this town and would love to spend time getting to know your pets favorite street or park. I love making new 4-legged friends (they are the most faithful). I’m looking forward to meeting and becoming good friends with your companion.
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Philipsburg is a bedroom community that's about half an hour west of State College in Centre County. This small town is located near state lands that have trails where dogs and their owners can get some exercise together. There's a veterinary clinic in town if you're seeking professional services for your pup.
Plan a camping weekend with your furry pal at Black Moshannon State Park, about eight miles east of town. Dogs are permitted in designated campsites, provided that you keep them under control and on a leash. You are responsible for cleaning up your dog's waste.
Take a hike through the wilds on the Quehanna Trail. You can start from Parker Dam State Park in the Moshannon State Forest, about 33 miles to the northwest. This 73.5-mile path offers several loop options with spectacular views. Dogs on a leash are welcome to accompany you here as long as you pick up their droppings. Make sure you bring water with you for your trip.
You and Fido can spend a day exploring the outdoors at Prince Gallitzin State Park. This puptacular facility includes a network of hiking trails, picnic areas, campsites, and a 1,635-acre lake. Dogs can join you in designated parts of the park as long as they're restrained on a leash and you clean up after them.
Dogs and their owners will find a range of pet-friendly outdoor activities to share in the Philipsburg area.
The neighborhood between N Center Street and N 9th Street includes single-family homes, apartments, and some small businesses. This is a peaceful area to take your pup for a walk down the sidewalk. When you want to go exploring with your special pal, head to the Allegheny Front Trail for a hike. This pawtastic trail stretches for over 40 miles in the forest around Black Moshannon. There's a trailhead on PA 504 that's just east of Underhood Road. Plan a day hike or go backpacking with your furry friend here. Make sure you bring plenty of water and waste bags for your adventure.
Linnwood is a remote community that's about three miles south of town. This rural neighborhood features private residences. There are peaceful country roads that wander through the forest in this pawesome location. If you want to treat your pooch to a hike in the forest, head to Shields Dam Trail off PA 504, just north of Mid-State Airport. This natural surface pathway winds south through the woods to Shields Dam Road on the east side of the airport. Dogs on a leash up to eight feet long are allowed in this state recreational area. Make sure to bring water and clean up after your pup.
The area around Twin Oak Street and Miller Road is a mixed zoning community with a manufacturing center, private residences, and small farms. There are some furrific roads where you and Fido can take a little stroll. To enjoy a picnic in the park, head to Cold Stream Dam and Recreation Area. This facility includes a fishing stream, a playground, and tables. Bring a pole and cast in the water while your furry friend relaxes by your side. Make sure that you keep your pooch on a leash that's no longer than eight feet and that you clean up his waste.
North Philipsburg is a community that includes a healthcare facility, a business incubator, and private residences. There are neighborhood roads here where you can get your daily exercise with your canine companion. For a special outing, drive about ten miles east on PA 504 to connect with Shingle Mill Trail. There's a trailhead for this dirt pathway on Treatment Plant Road just north of Black Moshannon. Hike through the forest with your four-footed pal here. Dogs are permitted to join you here, provided that you keep them on a leash up to eight feet long and that you pick up after them.
The neighborhood of Chester Hill is a primarily residential area with single-family homes, a high school, and local businesses. There are some peaceful streets where you and your pup can stretch your legs together. When you want to take a hike or jog through the countryside with your special pal, head to the Houtzdale Line Trail off State Route 53. This 10.5-mile gravel trail stretches from just west of Osceola Mills to Houtzdale. Dogs on a leash that's no longer than eight feet are welcome to join you here. Make sure you bring water and waste bags with you for your outing.
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