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What is Wag!?
Wag! is the nation's fastest-growing network of pre-screened and insured pet sitters and dog walkers. In less than 15 minutes you can book a nearby dog sitter, daycare provider, or dog walker, who'll take complete care of your loved one - at their place or yours.
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“Exercise, Play, Relax!”
I was a dog groomer for 8 years and then switched to dog walking, which I’ve been doing since 2017. I also graduated Dog Training Academy in February 2020. I have 4 dogs of my own, my oldest is 17 years old and I’ve had him since he was a puppy. Dogs are my life!
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Training Exam Complete
Socially Distanced Pet Care
Can run with dogs, Oral 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
“Woofs, wags, and walks!”
Hi my name is Stephanie! I'm a huge dog lover! I have two dogs of my own, a senior boxer mix named Oscar and a puppy boxer mix named Loki. I will love your dogs like my own! I am experienced with dog walking, and I also volunteered regularly at two Charleston animal shelters. (I lived in Charleston, SC for five years before recently moving to Greenville.) I am comfortable with dogs of all sizes. I can't wait to spend time with your pup. :)
Top Pet Caregiver
Can run with dogs, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience
Dog Walking in Mauldin
Mauldin is a small and busy little city located just south of Greenville, South Carolina. While the roads are always racing with vehicles, there’s plenty of lodging and loads of food for you to enjoy while you’re visiting.
One place that is a must-see is Chicora Alley, a hidden gem in the rough. The delicious Chicora Alley restaurant offerings are a mixture of Caribbean and Southern, so you know you’re in for a treat for the taste buds. The outdoor deck is dog-friendly, and the restaurant is only ten minutes from Conestee Dog Park.
Enjoy a great meal, and then pack up to take your dog for a daring day out at the dog park, making friends with other pups and hogging all the toys. Water is provided, as are some toys and doggie waste bags. You can feel free to bring Fido’s favorites, just be sure that your doggie knows how to share! There is a separate area for large and small dogs, and while small dogs are generally welcomed in the large dog area, the opposite is not true, save for very mellow and senior dogs. The locals are extremely welcoming, so you and your dog are sure to have a howling good time!
Best Dog Neighborhoods in Mauldin
A small little offshoot in Greenville, Pelham houses a beautiful dog park that is adored by locals and tourists alike. Pelham Hill Dog Park is an expansive fenced area with two distinct sections for large and small dogs. During the summer, doggie pools are placed within the park for your pup to splash around in. For the rest of the year, a water station, benches, dog play areas, and a beautiful sand run are available for your canine companion to go dog wild on. The locals welcome newcomers with open arms, and you’re bound to be greeted with the friendly faces that are so notorious in South Carolina! (Even if the friendliest faces are that of the doggies.)
Home not only to the Conestee Dog Park, the small neighborhood of Conestee offers a number of beautiful trails for you to explore in the Lake Conestee Nature Park. While dogs are to be kept on leashes, you and your canine companion are free to forge your own trail as you make your way from landmark to landmark within the park. Illustrated signs mark every location with information on the local wildlife as well as history of the area. If you’re eager to see some beautiful sights and learn a bit about the area, it’s a doggone good place to be!
In the center of Greenville, a hop and a skip away from Mauldin, you’ll find a number of dog-friendly establishments. A brewery allowing dogs on the outdoor deck is typically the norm, but at Pour Taproom, you’re welcome to bring well-behaved dogs inside, rain or shine! A number of craft beers are brewed here, and served on self-serve taps that monitor the amount poured with radio frequencies. Sounds doggone crazy, doesn’t it? Your puppy pal will receive gratuitous affection, belly rubs, general cooing and plenty of water to keep them satisfied during your stay. Isn’t that just pawesome?
A little ways further out, you’ll come across the beautiful neighborhood of Liberty. Your furry friend will enjoy the beautiful scenic routes as you make your way to your true destination, the prime pup location in the neighborhood: Liberty Tap Room. They serve great selections of beer as well as a tantalizing selection of food that is bound to make your dog beg for crumbs. The outdoor patio is an amazing place to relax and enjoy your meal with your dog, and the employees are more than happy to provide bowls of water and lots of tender loving care for your canine.
North East Mauldin
North East Mauldin
Venture back to the inner bounds of the city of Mauldin, bringing you to North East Mauldin, and you’ll find a must-have in any doggie day trip: a pizza place with a dog friendly patio! Moretti’s Pizzeria is a local favorite of dog lovers and pizza lovers alike. While you can’t order your dog a nice slice of pupperoni, it wouldn’t hurt to feed Fido one tiny bit of the crust, would it? Order yourself some local beer on tap, and you’ve got yourself a party. Who cares if it’s just your pup partying with you? Bark at the moon!