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      A top-rated local Caregiver will match with you; or you can choose to browse Caregivers near you.

    • Follow along

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      Receive live updates and photos. Track your pup's walk via GPS.

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      Get a report card

      Once your pet is home, view details on how the walk went, complete with a photo!

    Why find pet care through Wag!?

    Wag! is the nation's fastest-growing network of vetted and background checked pet sitters, overnight boarding, dog walkers, dog trainers, and even virtual vet chat. Schedule ahead for pet care while you are away, or book on-demand pet care during the workday. In 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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    My name is Tiffany and I am a second year graduate student in Boston. I grew up with multiple dogs in my house and currently have one wonderful Yorkie Poodle named Cloey! I have been a dog sitter and dog walker for most of my life. My favorite summer jobs are dog sitting or boarding!

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    Tonya S.
    2019-01-05T14:51:50-08:00
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    My name is Andrew, I am 31 years old and a lifelong dog dad. I have been raised around dogs my whole life, ranging from schnauzers to boxers, so I can handle it all. Dogs have a particular affinity for me and have never met a dog that was a stranger. I have volunteered at several animal hospitals and boarding centers and have found my ultimate passion in caring for them. I hope to one day have my own kennel and adoption service! Can’t wait to meet you and your furry best friend!

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    Courtney W.
    2019-09-19T15:57:08-07:00
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    I have many years of experience in pet sitting & dog walking. I started out pet sitting in 2010, and continued over the years while I worked in a Veterinary clinic.

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    Specialties

    Dog first aid and/or CPR, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care


    Christine D.
    2018-01-07T13:41:44-08:00
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    “Every pet deserves a high quality walk!”

    Hello! I am a fellow loving pet owner who grew up on a farm getting to experience the joys of nurturing and caring of animals. It would be my pleasure to provide the specific needs of your pet and give them the love, attention, and exercise they deserve! I do walks during the lunch hours or after 5pm Monday-Friday & weekends I am available most any time but, message me to make sure! I service Elizabethton & Johnson City.

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    Hannah U.
    2021-10-21T08:44:48-07:00
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    “A walk a day keeps the vet away!”

    Hi! My name is Jocelyn! I absolutely adore all animals! I currently have six dogs, three cats, and a bearded dragon! I have also had bunnies, guinea pigs, and goats. I have had all sizes of dogs from a shitzu to a Great Pyrenees. I have a lot of experience in pet sitting as well as dog walking and just keeping fur babies company! My family has also bred dogs so I have a lot of experience caring for a litter of puppies. I would love to care for your precious pets!

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    High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care


    Tony M.
    2022-05-23T18:32:27-07:00
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    “I'm here to love your pups as you would yourself!”

    Hi, I'm Hannah! I'm a student at UTC. I have a dog of my own at my hometown. I couldn't bring him with me due to living on campus, so walking dogs between classes will allow me to get the joy of walking dogs again while I'm away from home. I enjoy going on walks, especially with a dog!!

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    Specialties

    Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care


    Hannah U.
    2021-06-10T05:49:05-07:00
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    My name is Tiffany and I am a second year graduate student in Boston. I grew up with multiple dogs in my house and currently have one wonderful Yorkie Poodle named Cloey! I have been a dog sitter and dog walker for most of my life. My favorite summer jobs are dog sitting or boarding!

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    Tonya S.
    2019-01-05T14:51:50-08:00
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    My name is Andrew, I am 31 years old and a lifelong dog dad. I have been raised around dogs my whole life, ranging from schnauzers to boxers, so I can handle it all. Dogs have a particular affinity for me and have never met a dog that was a stranger. I have volunteered at several animal hospitals and boarding centers and have found my ultimate passion in caring for them. I hope to one day have my own kennel and adoption service! Can’t wait to meet you and your furry best friend!

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    Courtney W.
    2019-09-19T15:57:08-07:00
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    Verified 20m Walk

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    Tonya S.

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    Very pleased with Tiffany and how she took great care of SJ on his walk today!

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    Courtney W.

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    Andrew was great with Clyde! He was very personable and took his time with my senior dog.

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    Christine D.

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    I hope we get Kimberly all the time. I will certainly request her if possible!

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    Hannah U.

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    Susannah was amazing!

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    Tony M.

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    Hannah U.

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    Hannah is awesome!!

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      Tonya S.

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      Very pleased with Tiffany and how she took great care of SJ on his walk today!

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      Courtney W.

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      Andrew was great with Clyde! He was very personable and took his time with my senior dog.

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      Christine D.

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      I hope we get Kimberly all the time. I will certainly request her if possible!

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      Hannah U.

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      Susannah was amazing!

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      Tony M.

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    Best Dog Friendly Neighborhoods in Bristol

    Downtown Bristol

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    820 per sq. mi.

    Downtown Bristol

    4848

    Downtown Bristol is a fantastic place to explore, especially if you are in the mood for some delicious food! Try some pub fare from Studio Brew; they have outdoor seating to accommodate canine companions. For a spicier selection, head to Macado’s on State Street. This restaurant serves Mexican classics that will delight your palate. Also on State Street is The Southern Churn, a dessert lover's dream come true. They serve homemade ice cream, fudge and more!  After you’ve indulged yourself, if you can still walk, you might want to stop by Morning Rotary Centennial Park or Anderson Park to burn off some of those calories!

    South Bristol

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    820 per sq. mi.

    South Bristol

    3636

    The south side of Bristol is more laid-back than downtown, but there is still plenty to do. Stop by Defriece Park on Stine Street to enjoy more than nine acres of open green space. The northeast end of the park even has a spring-fed pond, and Cedar Creek flows through the center of the park, making for a scenic afternoon you won’t forget. The smaller Haynesfield Park is also a furrific spot for a relaxing walk with your dog — you will have over five acres to explore, and the park is one of the oldest in Bristol, making it a local favorite.

    West Ridge

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    783 per sq. mi.

    West Ridge

    2424

    Bristol’s West Ridge neighborhood is home to Steele Creek Park. You can’t miss it; it encompasses more than 2,200 acres and features a disc golf course, paddle boats for its 52-acre lake, numerous trails and more! As you enter the park gate, be sure to pick up a map — it shows everything there is to see at the park, and the park is so big that you’ll definitely need it. The park allows pawesome pals as long as they have a leash. Also, be sure to bring $2 if you are driving, as that is the (very reasonable) cost for parking.

    East Bristol

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    820 per sq. mi.

    East Bristol

    1212

    East Bristol lies between Pennsylvania Avenue and East State Street, and it is definitely the hip side of town — it is home to King University as well as some beautiful parks and residential areas. On the east side of the neighborhood, off of Spruce Street, you will find Fairmount Park. It is the go-to spot for local dog owners, so expect to make some friends there! At nearly three acres, the park gives you plenty of space to run around and play. You can also just sit at one of the benches (made from recycled material) and enjoy the comforting trees and grassy lawn.

    Edgefield

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    Population DensityPopulation Density
    820 per sq. mi.

    Edgefield

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    Edgefield is the easternmost neighborhood of Bristol, and it is known for the many small creeks and streams that run through its grassy landscape. Take a walk outside and enjoy the fresh Tennessee air; you and your furry friend will have plenty of places to go! Middlebrook Lake is a must-see, and thirteen-acre Holston View Park is a great place for a leisurely promenade. Just south of the park, you will find Sinking Creek and Paperville Creek. They make for a great hike if you are nature-inclined. If you decide to hike the creek, start at Old Jonesboro Road and hike north—that way, you’ll end your hike at the park and you can rest your legs or play fetch!

    Downtown Bristol

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    820 per sq. mi.

    Downtown Bristol

    4848

    Downtown Bristol is a fantastic place to explore, especially if you are in the mood for some delicious food! Try some pub fare from Studio Brew; they have outdoor seating to accommodate canine companions. For a spicier selection, head to Macado’s on State Street. This restaurant serves Mexican classics that will delight your palate. Also on State Street is The Southern Churn, a dessert lover's dream come true. They serve homemade ice cream, fudge and more!  After you’ve indulged yourself, if you can still walk, you might want to stop by Morning Rotary Centennial Park or Anderson Park to burn off some of those calories!

    South Bristol

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    820 per sq. mi.

    South Bristol

    3636

    The south side of Bristol is more laid-back than downtown, but there is still plenty to do. Stop by Defriece Park on Stine Street to enjoy more than nine acres of open green space. The northeast end of the park even has a spring-fed pond, and Cedar Creek flows through the center of the park, making for a scenic afternoon you won’t forget. The smaller Haynesfield Park is also a furrific spot for a relaxing walk with your dog — you will have over five acres to explore, and the park is one of the oldest in Bristol, making it a local favorite.

    West Ridge

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    783 per sq. mi.

    West Ridge

    2424

    Bristol’s West Ridge neighborhood is home to Steele Creek Park. You can’t miss it; it encompasses more than 2,200 acres and features a disc golf course, paddle boats for its 52-acre lake, numerous trails and more! As you enter the park gate, be sure to pick up a map — it shows everything there is to see at the park, and the park is so big that you’ll definitely need it. The park allows pawesome pals as long as they have a leash. Also, be sure to bring $2 if you are driving, as that is the (very reasonable) cost for parking.

    East Bristol

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    820 per sq. mi.

    East Bristol

    1212

    East Bristol lies between Pennsylvania Avenue and East State Street, and it is definitely the hip side of town — it is home to King University as well as some beautiful parks and residential areas. On the east side of the neighborhood, off of Spruce Street, you will find Fairmount Park. It is the go-to spot for local dog owners, so expect to make some friends there! At nearly three acres, the park gives you plenty of space to run around and play. You can also just sit at one of the benches (made from recycled material) and enjoy the comforting trees and grassy lawn.

    Edgefield

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    820 per sq. mi.

    Edgefield

    00

    Edgefield is the easternmost neighborhood of Bristol, and it is known for the many small creeks and streams that run through its grassy landscape. Take a walk outside and enjoy the fresh Tennessee air; you and your furry friend will have plenty of places to go! Middlebrook Lake is a must-see, and thirteen-acre Holston View Park is a great place for a leisurely promenade. Just south of the park, you will find Sinking Creek and Paperville Creek. They make for a great hike if you are nature-inclined. If you decide to hike the creek, start at Old Jonesboro Road and hike north—that way, you’ll end your hike at the park and you can rest your legs or play fetch!

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