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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.
Hi, I’m Liz! I’m a dog-mom who just graduated from grad school and am excited to start my new job. In the mean time, I would like to keep myself busy while helping others with their pups!
Top Pet Caregiver
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Fast walker
“Animals are my true reason for living!”
I've been around dogs all my life, worked around all different kinds of dog breeds professionally since 2010, I am also a certified veterinary asst. I have 9 animals of my own so I care for customers animals or any animal like how I would like someone to treat mine. Dogs are my life and reason for living. I've worked in breed specific rescues, shelters, dog boarding/daycare and also pet sitting.
Dog first aid and/or CPR, Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
I am a student at Texas State Technical College. I have been dog sitting / walking for over 3 years! I love dogs I have an 8 month old Australian Shepherd and my roommate has a 2 year old black lab. I have a passion for the outdoors and dogs!
High energy dogs, Puppy care, Fast walker
Hi, I'm Monica! I have loved dogs since I was a child. My husband and I have 2 sheepadoodles named Brodie and Hayden. Walking is my favorite way to stay active, especially when I can bring the pups along and have them burn some energy too. I have experience taking care of my friends' dogs when they are busy or traveling. I am a 1st grade teacher with plenty of time this summer to make sure your dog is taken care of and exercised! I can't wait to meet you and your pup!
Can run with dogs, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
As a seasoned Wag Walker my #1 Goal is to ensure your dog(s) and YOU have a super experience. I am a seasoned mature dog walker and care taker I also assist with any notes for feeding and playing for Puppies or Elderly or Sick dogs. Some dogs don't want to walk they need T.L.C. and that is just fine or working on challenges like anxiety and training challenges. I specialize in big breeds and puppies as well as seniors. Available for extra t.l.c. time too like massaging them and pets and love. Pick me as your preferred WAG walker to allow me ample time to answer you about my schedule and provide YOU with Video, notes and suggestions for your dog while you are gone or at work.
Hello! I am excited to meet your pup! I have grown up owning dogs. I have experience dog sitting. I am comfortable with all types of dogs. I have experience with dogs as big as German Shepard’s all the way down to chihuahuas. I can walk, jog, run, play, brush, feed and water your loved furry family member. I am happy to do last minute, planned or recurring services anytime of day, rain or shine. I would love the opportunity to work with your pup! Thank you and look forward to working with you!
Socially Distanced Pet Care
Can run with dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
Lorena is a small Texas city on the outskirts of Waco with a small-town, homey vibe. Families and pup owners can enjoy McBrayer Park, a small public area for sports games and community events in Lorena, but you’ll need to venture a few miles north to Hewitt for the closest vet clinic and about 15 miles to get to Waco for some dog-friendly dining and fun.
Waco has several dining spots for pups and their owners, including chains and some locally-owned restaurants that you and your dog are sure to go mutts for. Check out Health Camp, a retro-style spot that’s famous for its malts and burgers. Or, head to Shorty’s Pizza Shack for regular and specialty pizzas in a casual, fun atmosphere. Both spots have outdoor dining areas for pooches!
In about 30 minutes, you can get to Temple, Texas, which also has several restaurants that welcome dogs and off-leash dog parks. If you don’t mind a longer drive or are heading toward Austin, consider stopping in Georgetown, which is about an hour away from Lorena. Georgetown Bark Park offers a pawfect place for Sparky to play off their leash and has some fun agility equipment to keep pups occupied.
You won’t struggle to find paw-friendly dining and play options outside of Lorena no matter how far you feel like traveling!
About 16.8 miles from Lorena is the Brazos neighborhood of Waco, Texas. This neighborhood is considered part of the downtown area of Waco, where there are plenty of places to shop, eat, and explore. You and your pup will have plenty of dining options in Brazos, with several restaurants that have outdoor tables for dogs and their humans. 1424 Bistro is one of them, serving up your favorite seafood and meat dishes in a cozy and casual setting. Or, try Alpha Omega for a taste of the Middle East’s famous gyros and more. You can even stop for a sweet treat at Lula Jane’s Bakery!
The Cedar Ridge neighborhood of Waco sits on the northern end of the city and is just over 14 miles from Lorena. The residential area has beautiful parks and some waterfront spots along the Bosque River. You can head to Cameron Park and the Northern Gateway area of the park with your leashed dog for a picnic lunch, or to catch up on the latest ball games. There’s also access to a few trails from Cameron Park where leashed pups are welcome. The H.O.T Dog Park in Cedar Ridge is sure to be a hit for dogs who love to run. The off-leash park has a lot of open space for exercising and playing.
The Shallow Ford Road area of Temple, Texas, is about 28 miles from Lorena, located on the western end of the city. The residential neighborhood has a beautiful park to enjoy, Lion’s Park. The public area is the pawfect place for leashed pups to enjoy, with its picnic tables and pavilions, sports fields, and access to a bike and hike trail for some outdoor exercise. You can also head to its Central Texas Bark Park for some unleashed fun with new furry friends! This neighborhood is only minutes from a privately-owned Temple dog park, Oak Tree Dog Park, located in Barking Oaks Pet Resort.
A 40-minute drive from Lorena will bring you to the Union Grove area of Harker Heights. You can dine with your pup at one of several dog-friendly chain restaurants in Union Grove with outdoor seating for furry paws. But the neighborhood also is home to Purser Family Park, a public area that welcomes leashed dogs to enjoy most of its facilities with their owners. The park also has a dog park inside with separate small and large dog areas to keep pups safe. Only minutes from Union Grove is the Harker Heights Community Park, which has access to a dog-friendly trail!
Killeen, Texas is about 48 miles from Lorena and only minutes away from Fort Hood. The Veteran’s Memorial Blvd. area is a residential spot near pupular chain restaurants, many of which welcome furry paws at their outdoor seating areas. You and your dog can spend a day at Conder Park enjoying nature with its several picnic tables and a beautiful fishing pond. Mickey’s Dog Park is also in the neighborhood, giving pups an off-leash area for playing, exercising, and meeting some new pup pals. The park even has some agility equipment to boost the challenge and fun factors for Spot!
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