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Hello! I'm McCall. Dog mom of a Poodle/Shih Tzu. I would love to walk your fur baby for you! Big or small, sheds or not, I will love your pup and we will have a great time. I would rather spend my time with dogs! My favorite quote: "If I can't bring my dog, I'm not going!"
Injected medicine administration
Hi! My name is Sandi and I live in your neighborhood! I am an animal lover and can not wait to spend some time with your fur baby today. I have my own pets and I volunteer for Best Friends, and yet, I still want to find more time to spend with animals. I am very active and ready to walk your friend today.
Hi, my name is Bekka. I have been a dog lover and owner since I was very little. Comfortable with all breeds and sizes of dogs. I currently have two fur babies of my own and I understand the importance of getting them the proper exercise that they need, but I know that days get busy and time slips away and it can be hard sometimes. So I’m here to lend a helping hand!
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Can run with dogs, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
My name is Rylee, and I have had pets my whole life. I have two dogs of my own that I walk, one is of small breed and the other medium. I'm comfortable with all sizes. I have also helped take care of older and younger dogs.
My name is Erica! I recently was working with a conservation corps doing trail work and moved up to Portland for the time being. I have a strong passion for animals and the outdoors. I am comfortable with all sizes of dogs both running and walking with them! I look forward to meeting your dogs and can’t wait to play with them!
Hello! I'm currently completing the pre-requisites to apply to Vet School. I have 12 years experience owning, sitting, and walking all types of breeds, sizes, and temperaments. In addition to school, I'm currently volunteering at a veterinary clinic where I assist the vets and vet technicians with handling the different breeds of cats and dogs. I currently own a Saint Bernard named, Titan.
I have had animals all my life. Boxers to beagle to now a rag doll cat. My greatest joy was my boxers Dude and Champ. I took great pride and joy walking them and caring for them everyday. They have since passed on and since I can’t have a dog in my current living situation, I would like to walk your dog and become good friends! It’s a joy and privledge for me and look so forward to meeting you and your dog!
My name is Julie, and I have been a dog owner my whole life. Currently, I have two labs in my family. I enjoy interacting with dogs, and look forward to this opportunity to meet new dogs!
My name is Truman, I'm 20 years old and have been around dogs and other animals all of my life. I've helped friends and family care for their companions via training, sitting, hiking, walking, running, etc. I've cared for all sorts of animals from Iguanas to Parrots, but dogs have to be my favorite. Labradors and German Shepherds are the only breeds I've ever owned and I currently have a puppy that's a mix of the two. However, I've cared for and played with all sorts of breeds, small Pomeranians to big Great Danes and I'm ready to walk and meet any in between.
“Knowledge & Experience: Your Dogs’ 2nd Best Friend”
Great with all dogs, but especially pups w/special needs or behavioral issues. Volunteer experience with Best Friends (Kanab), BFLA (Purple Paw) and LA Animal Services working primarily with shy dogs and medium to large breeds. I love the little guys too. I'm an approved foster with five organizations, currently hosting foster #13. My own dogs are Douglas (18 lb chihuahua/spaniel mix) and Tipper (38 lb border collie mix) both rescued from Carson, previously identified as “liabilities.”
Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Training experience, Obedience training, Agility training, Behavioral training, Socialization training
LaVerkin is a small town in Washington County. Located in beautiful Southern Utah, it is surrounded by vistas of red rock and basalt lava bluffs. Plus, the wandering Virgin River makes up the southern border. Since it’s just 30 minutes from the notorious Zion National Park, it sees plenty of visitors each year. Whether your pooch is a full time resident or just passing through, this tight knit community will welcome them with open arms. Although, LaVerkin doesn’t have its own veterinary clinic, your pal can receive pawsome care in the nearby city of Hurricane.
If your pooch is itching for a walk, help scratch that itch with a stroll in LaVerkin Park. Conveniently located in the center of town, this community park has more than enough room for your pup to roam. Meander around the large open lawn so your pal can check out all the new smells. Take a brisk walk around the park’s perimeter to get their heart rate going. If you have two legged children in tow, stop by the pawsome playground. Complete with a kid’s climbing wall, it has plenty of fun activities. Don’t forget to bring clean up bags and some water for your doggo.
No bones about it, your furry friend will love hanging out in LaVerkin!
Confluence Park can easily be called LaVerkin’s crown jewel. This beautiful park stretches across 344 acres of natural terrain. It encompasses the confluence of Ash Creek, LaVerkin Creek, and the Virgin River, and is nestled beneath fascinating basaltic lava cliffs. Your leashed furry sidekick will love cruising through groves of cottonwood trees on the Confluence Trail. If you connect with the Virgin River Trail, your doggo can get a nice four mile workout. Be sure to keep your pup on the trail since the historical remains of various civilizations are scattered throughout the park. Also, help keep you pooch safe by watching and listening for rattlesnakes.
If you and your four legged traveling companion need a place to stay while in LaVerkin, make a reservation at Best Western Plus Zion West Hotel. For just a small pet fee, your doggo can cool off from the desert temperatures in an air conditioned room. Be sure to fuel up with the complimentary continental breakfast. La Quinta Inn & Suites is also in the area and welcomes four legged guests. Since exploring is hard work, your pooch will be grateful for a quiet room to curl up in. Plus, this place does not have an additional pet fee. That’s a woofin’ great deal!
If you’re feeling a bit peckish, leash up your pup and pay a visit to River Rock Roasting Company and Bakery. The dog friendly back deck looks out over a stunning basalt canyon and the Virgin River. You and your four legged pal can sit back and relax while you sip a cup of coffee or nibble on a slice of artisanal pizza. When you’re finished, treat you pup to a hike in Chinatown Wash. While this trail is pretty easy with no real incline, it lacks shade and can be very hot during the summer, so bring more than enough water for both you and your doggo. The view at the end will make your pal’s tail wag!
Is your pup begging for an adventure? Then pack some water, snacks, and a leash, and head over to the Virgin Dam Trailhead. This is the northern most access to the Hurricane Cliff Trail System, so you’ll have a few different routes to choose from. Follow the three mile Cryptobionic Trail, the 3.2 mile Canal Trail, 7.3 mile Rim Trail. No matter which trail you venture down, you and your four legged hiking buddy will be treated to puptacular views of red rock mesas and desert washes. Since trails are shared with mountain bikers and equestrians, keep your pup close by.
If your dog has energy to burn, then it’s time for a trip to the Hurricane Dog Park. Located just five minutes south in Hurricane, this two acre off leash area is just calling your pup’s name. They can ditch the leash and run themselves ragged! Since this is the only dog park in town, it’s always a happening place. Your pup will definitely make new friends and have playmates to romp and wrestle with. There is a separate area for passive or small pups, so all doggos feel welcome. Benches are available for pet parents, and doggy drinking fountains serve up refreshing H2O.
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