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“dog lover since 1995”
Hi, my name is Stacy! I have loved dogs as long as I can remember. I grew up taking care of my Shih Tzu, and I have been dog sitting for friends and family since I was 14 (large and small dogs). Because I can't have a dog of my own at this time, I love to take every chance I can to get my dog fix :)
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Can run with dogs, Fast walker, Puppy care
I LOVE dogs and have my own. I know how scary it is to leave your pet for work, travel, etc and want to be assured they are getting love, attention fed and good exercise while away. I am extremely responsible and would love to help with your pet!
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Can run with dogs, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Potty training
Hi, I’m Kianna! I’m an active, fun loving person with a big heart for animals. I love meeting new furry friends. I have experience volunteering at animal shelters and dog sitting and walking for friends and family over the years. I will treat your furbabies like they are my own. You can be sure that your pets will be well-loved and taken care of when in my care.
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Hi, my name is Nathan. I'm a 27 year old professional who loves dogs! I grew up with a Lab that I trained as a puppy. She has been the best and smartest dog I've met. I have also helped train a litter of puppies to be house trained and do simple tasks. As I can't have a dog of my own at this time, I take every chance I can get to be around dogs. I will treat yours with love and kindness.
Hello! I m nisha and a dog passionate! Grew up as a foster care home for dogs in swzerland! I m half suisse/u.s and indian! I m currently travelling acrosse the u.s in a r.v with my brother; hicking,drawing and discovring all the national parks! I would love to walk your dog! And be greatful to help you out!
Hi! My name is Aubrey and I am currently back home in Minnesota for the summer. I grew up in a home that raised Rhodesian Ridgebacks and later moved to a family farm with many different breeds of dogs and other animals running around. My most recent dog was a beautiful Golden Retriever named Buddy. I am on track to major in Wildlife Biology and Environmental Engineering at South Dakota School of Mines and Technology in Rapid City, SD. Since pets are not allowed in dorms, I have missed being around dogs all the time and would love to meet and walk yours this summer!
When you’re in Keystone, finding pawesome things to do with your dog is easy as can be! This town is located in the beautiful Black Hills, and it’s surrounded by stunning parks that welcome dogs on and off-leash. While there are no veterinary clinics in Keystone itself, there are many great options in nearby Rapid City.
Keystone is famous for being home to Mount Rushmore National Memorial. While pups aren’t allowed on the memorial’s grounds, there is a fun dog exercise area just outside the memorial. This exercise area is located next to Mount Rushmore’s parking garage, and it allows dogs on-leash. Doggy bags are available for your pup in the exercise area.
If you’re looking for a fun place to take your dog for a long on-leash walk, head to the George S. Mickelson Trail. This trail stretches for 109 miles from Edgemont to Deadwood, and it provides stunning views of the Black Hills. The closest trailhead to Keystone is located 18 miles away in Custer. Park by the trailhead, and have a good time exploring this trail with your dog.
Keystone and its surrounding area are filled with beautiful parks where you can take your dog for long walks. You and your dog will always have a great time when you’re in Keystone!
If you’re looking for a furrific place to take your dog for an on-leash walk, check out Watson City Park. This five-acre park is home to a paved path that takes you past a lovely creek. Along the path, there are plenty of benches where you can sit and enjoy the view with your dog. Bring water and doggy bags, and have fun strolling through this small but beautiful park. If you’re hungry after the park, head to Teddy’s Deli. This local favorite welcomes dogs at their outdoor tables, and they’re famous for their one-pound Rueben sandwich. They also have many other delicious hot and cold sandwiches, hot dogs, and soups.
This Rapid City neighborhood is home to Dinosaur Park, a unique place to take your dog for an on-leash walk. Located 20 miles from Keystone, this park has been open since 1936, and it features tons of gigantic dinosaur statutes. The park is located on a sandstone ridge, and you’ll get amazing views of the surrounding area as you walk through the dinosaur statutes. Bring water and doggy bags, and have fun at this prehistoric park! If walking among the dinosaurs makes you hungry, head over to Kol. Sit at one of their dog-friendly outdoor tables, and enjoy delicious New American fare.
If your pup loves playing off-leash, they’re sure to enjoy spending the day in Braeburn Addition Off-Leash Area. This puptastic off-leash area is about 21 miles from Keystone, and it includes a huge field where your dog can run around and roll in the grass. There’s also a creek next to the off-leash area where your pup can swim or play in the water. The off-leash area is unfenced, so be sure to keep your dog under voice control while they’re playing. It’s also a good idea to bring some drinking water and doggy bags with you. Your dog will have a pawsitively amazing time playing here!
If you’re searching for another beautiful place to walk your dog, check out Custer State Park. This park is just eight miles from Keystone, and it welcomes dogs on-leash. This 71,000-acre state park has numerous hiking trails you can explore with your dog. If you want to get an up-close look at the beautiful Lake Sylvan, check out the 1.1-mile Lake Sylvan Trail. Or, if you want to go on a longer walk, try the 3-mile Coolidge Fishing Area Trail. After your walk, hop back into your car and take a drive on the 18-mile Wildlife Loop Road. Here, you’ll get to see the park’s famous bison. You and your pup will both have a great time at this park!
This Rapid City neighborhood is home to another great off-leash area, Knollwood Metering Dam. This unfenced off-leash area includes a big grassy field where your pup can run and play to their heart’s content. The field is also perfect for games of catch. Bring water and doggy bags, and have a great time playing here. If all that playing makes you and your dog hungry, head over to Thirsty’s. This restaurant welcomes dogs at their outdoor tables, and they’ll bring your pup a bowl of water and a tasty treat. While your dog enjoys their snack, you can dine on delicious Tex-Mex dishes, including chimichangas, tacos, and quesadillas.
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