Hi! I'm looking forward to getting to meet so many new pups! I love all dogs of course, but I've got a special spot for all the beautiful pitbulls, and anything with a smooshy face! I've worked at an animal hospital for five years, so I've handled all types and sizes of pets as well as temperaments. I also have five of my own. They range from 16 to 75 pounds! If you have a nervous baby, fear not. There's nothing better than gaining trust of a dog. I hope I get to meet your baby soon and have an adventure!
Taking care of your pup is my number one priority. I will ensure they are happy, snuggled, and tired after their time with me. I have 30 years experience walking and boarding dogs of all ages, sizes, and temperaments. I am honest, responsible, and reliable. I'm excited to take care of your dog!
Buda is a charming city located in Hays County, Texas. For all the dog lovers out there, you will be pleased to hear that Buda is called the outdoor capital of Texas, since it has more parks per capita than all other cities in the Lone Star State! This means there are plenty of exciting places for an adventure with your pup. There is also three veterinary clinics located in Buda, in case there is an emergency when you are in the area.
One of the best parks in Buda to take your dog has got to be Stagecoach Park. With an abundance of oak trees and greenery in this 51 acre park, you can escape the bright lights of the city and explore sniff-tastic natural hiking trails with your pooch. You will even be able to spot some wildlife that live here! This means it is best to keep your dog on leash. You will also be able to relax and enjoy some treats at the picnic tables after some exercise
If you are visiting Buda on vacation and want to spend a night in the city, you can stay at the Comfort Suites with your furry friend. They have comfortable rooms that are pet friendly and you can bring up to two dogs weighing 50Ibs for a small additional fee.
When you are out in Buda, you’ve got to stop for some food and refreshments; your pup could probably do with some water too! You can stop at the dog friendly, Tavern on Main. This is a fur-iendly place where you can grab some craft beer and food, with a fenced patio where your pup can join you too.
If you enjoy fishing, then Bradfield Village Park is the place to be. You can bring your furry friend along, with a fishing pier and three ponds to enjoy. You might even get lucky and find a channel catfish! There is also a sniff-tastic hiking trail, where you can exercise your pup on leash. Buda City Park is also a popular spot for family activities, with plenty of playground equipment and picnic tables. Your dog is also welcome here, with grass for them to roll and run. You will find that annual events are held at this popular downtown park, so keep an eye out for fun dog events throughout the year!
To escape the hustle and bustle of city life, head to Whispering Hollow Park. This peaceful natural park has open grass and sniff-tastic trees your dog will love to investigate, as well as a pawsome 18 mile trail system to explore. This means you can tire out your energetic pup before the ride home! There are also BBQ pits at Whispering Hollow Park for a day out with the family, as well as benches and a pavilion to chill out and enjoy the good weather. If your pup likes to ruff it, you can go on an adventure in Garlic Creek Park. There are hiking trails that will have plenty of new sights and smells to keep your pup interested and happy!
If you pup loves to explore new places, then he will be excited to visit Cullen Country Park. This 24 acre park is full of pawsome green grass and sniff-tastic trails to choose from. When it is hot outside, the trees provide plenty of shade, so you can exercise your furry friend. There are also picnic tables spread out along the trail for resting and rebuilding some energy to keep up with your pup! Since the trails also allow bikes, it is best to keep your dog on their leash. This will make sure everybody has a pup-tastic day out.
For a fun day out with all the family, head down to Green Meadows Park. This neighborhood park is one of the many parks in Buda that welcomes dogs, as long as they remain on leash. There are six acres of land for your furry friend to explore, as well as swings and playscapes for the kids to enjoy. There are also plenty of benches to relax at when the weather is nice. In addition, there are lots of picnic tables to stop for a treat. Don’t forget to bring some water for your panting pup and a toy to play fetch; they are sure to have a ball!