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Hi! My name is Zach! I'm a biologist in the making (currently applying to graduate schools), so naturally I'm an animal lover! I've grown up with dogs since I was born, and right now we have a female standard poodle named Betsy, as well as a male cocker spaniel named George. Both of them are rescues from less than ideal situations, similar to many of the dogs I grew up with in the past, so patience and understanding with any and every dog I encounter has become well ingrained! I adore all dogs of every shape, size, and temperament. I have yet to encounter a pooch that I couldn't get along with!
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Hi everyone! Good day to you all and to all of pur furry little companions as well! A little about myself, my name is Bryce and i just got to new york a couple weeks ago from florida. Im trying to make the transition up here from down south and focus my attention on a career switch, and in the mean time make some money and new friends, two or four legged, along the way! WAG, i feel, is a perfect opportunity for me to do just that. Allow me to take care of your animals in everyway possible and take some of the stress away from your day! I promise the experience will be joyful for all parties involved. Thank you for taking the time to read this!
“A walk a day keeps the vet away.”
I am an animal lover and have a dog and cat of my own. I enjoy all kinds of dogs and love to go on long walks with my own. I’ve grown up with dogs most of my life. I had a cocker spaniel for 15 years and have had my current dog for almost 9. I don’t think I could ever not have an animal in the house. Built in best friend.
Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Fast walker
Hello! My name is Mariah. I currently have 2 huskies and have been around and loved dogs my entire life. I plan to go above and beyond to care for your fur baby in any way needed! I am also very flexible and will try to work with you and your schedule. I am experienced with small and large dogs! I can’t wait to meet your fur baby!
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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
Hi pet parents! My name is Sydney. I am an experienced dog walker and have worked for companies and on my own. I’ve had training in home security, pet phycology, pet sitting, pet nutrition, and basic grooming. I love all animals and have many babies of my own! From birds, to reptiles and amphibians to dogs and cats ! I’m very flexible, laid back, and easy to communicate with. I have no breed preferences or anything like that. If you have any questions let me know !
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
Hi, I’m Jessica! I grew up in Texas and have been surrounded by dogs my whole life!I have experience with dogs of all sizes (ranging from Japanese Chins to Golden Retrievers and German Shepherds)! I love meeting new dogs and live for nurturing their needs! When I’m not at home with my Golden, my hobbies include doing anything active outdoors, especially running here lately. There is nothing I would love more than giving your pet the exercise they need and keeping them happy and healthy!
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Resting just to the west of the popular tourist destination Myrtle Beach is the town of Socastee, South Carolina. While it might not be as well-known as the sandy South Carolina staple, it has a great deal to offer visitors and their pawesome pals!
Socastee is known for its lovely scenery — it contains beautiful shaded woodlands as well as small rivers and ponds, and there are many highly-rated golf courses characterized by their scenic green fairways. The fifteen top-notch veterinary clinics ensure that pet owners both local and visiting can relax and enjoy their time in Socastee. The town has so much to do, and there is even a vast national wildlife refuge on the west side that brings in visitors from all over the country.
As if that wasn’t enough, Myrtle Beach is only a short car ride away, giving you the best of both worlds: you can spend time relaxing and exploring nature in Socastee, or you can visit the busy and popular beaches to the east. Either way, you can be sure you’ll meet friendly fellow dog owners at the local dog parks, trails, and beaches.
Eat, explore, relax — however you decide to spend your time in Socastee, you will surely have a stay that you and your dog will never forget!
Travel west of Socastee and you will encounter the Waccamaw National Wildlife Refuge — a place you don’t want to miss. And it is hard to miss, as it spans over 20,000 acres (and there are even plans to expand it to 50,000 acres). Waccamaw provides a fantastic opportunity to get out and explore nature. You are guaranteed to see some amazing wildlife in the forests of the refuge, and you might catch a glimpse of the endangered red-cockaded woodpecker that is preserved there. There is much to explore, so make sure to plan ahead. The park welcomes furry friends as long as they are leashed.
South Myrtle Beach is a quick eight-mile trip from Socastee, and it is well worth your time to drop by. Barc Parc is a good place to begin your adventure: it is an off-leash dog park complete with a lake, small and large dog areas, and more. You are sure to meet some friendly local dog owners here, as the park is a very popular spot. Another place to visit in South Myrtle Beach is Myrtle Beach State Park. Leashed dogs are welcomed in the 312-acre park every day except Labor Day. The park contains a beautiful combination of South Carolina woodland and sandy beaches. There is also a nature trail that is worth exploring with your four-legged friend.
The residential district around Coastal Carolina University features small lakes, wooded glens, and open green lawns, making it a true slice of paradise. It is worth it just to stroll around outside just to take in the scenery, but there are other things to do in the neighborhood — especially if you’re hungry! Sushi lovers fret not; Soho 544 has you and your dog taken care of with a delicious selection of signature rolls and four paw-friendly outdoor tables. The Grumpy Monk, just down the road, also has a selection of sushi, fresh seafood, and outdoor seating. If you’re looking for something a little more laid-back, you might want to try The Coop Bar and Grill, which serves up burgers and sandwiches that your appetite will be no match for. Their dog-friendly outdoor seating area also has cornhole and other tailgate-style games you can play!
In downtown Socastee, you can find charming residential neighborhoods and scattered ponds and creeks. The mirror-like waters of the Waccamaw River flow through the middle of Socastee, making it a truly magnificent place to explore on foot in the open air. As you and your canine companion meander through the calm, suburban streets, you’ll probably notice many of the great dining options in town! River City Café is a great choice if you’ve worked up an appetite; it sits right on the Waccamaw and serves up delicious burgers, sandwiches and more. They have seven dog-friendly outdoor tables for your convenience. For something spicier, try La Hacienda, a local favorite for Mexican food!
If you’re traveling to Socastee, it is a good idea to take the short, 15-minute trip to Myrtle Beach: you’ll find lots to do and even more to eat! Barc Parc North is a good place to start out; it is a fenced, off-leash dog park with separate areas for large and small dogs, drinking fountains, and more. Your dining options are so numerous that you might want to just walk down the beach and see what hits you — many of the restaurants have dog-friendly outdoor seating. Some suggestions are Art Burger and Sushi Bar, Liberty Pub and Grill, and Oceanfront Bar and Grill.
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