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

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

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    “Knowledge & Experience: Your Dogs’ 2nd Best Friend”

    Great with all dogs, but especially pups w/special needs or behavioral issues. Volunteer with Best Friends (Kanab), BFLA (Purple Paw) and LA Animal Services working primarily with shy dogs & medium to large breeds. I love the little guys too. I'm an approved foster with 5 organizations, having now hosted 14 pups. My own dogs are Douglas (18 lb chihuahua/spaniel mix), Tipper (36 lb border collie mix) and 100 lb Enzo (Staffordshire/Dane mix), all previously (mis-)identified as “liabilities.”

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    Specialties

    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


    Alex G.
    2022-05-19T05:56:12-07:00
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    Verified 20m Walk

    “Knowledge & Experience: Your Dogs’ 2nd Best Friend”

    Great with all dogs, but especially pups w/special needs or behavioral issues. Volunteer with Best Friends (Kanab), BFLA (Purple Paw) and LA Animal Services working primarily with shy dogs & medium to large breeds. I love the little guys too. I'm an approved foster with 5 organizations, having now hosted 14 pups. My own dogs are Douglas (18 lb chihuahua/spaniel mix), Tipper (36 lb border collie mix) and 100 lb Enzo (Staffordshire/Dane mix), all previously (mis-)identified as “liabilities.”

    Background Checked

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    Top Pet Caregiver

    Top Pet Caregiver

    Specialties

    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


    Alex G.
    2022-05-19T05:56:12-07:00
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    Verified 20m Walk

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    Alex G.

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    Bo did AWESOME with my puppy on his walk! Took him on a very long walk and was patient in hopes he would use the restroom even though he did not. My puppy went back into his kennel and cried and Bo even went back after hearing him whining to give him a treat to help him!!

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      Alex G.

      Five starsFive starsFive starsFive starsFive stars

      Verified 20m Walk

      Bo did AWESOME with my puppy on his walk! Took him on a very long walk and was patient in hopes he would use the restroom even though he did not. My puppy went back into his kennel and cried and Bo even went back after hearing him whining to give him a treat to help him!!

    Best Dog Friendly Neighborhoods in Springdale

    Watchman Residential Area

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    71 per sq. mi.

    Watchman Residential Area

    4848

    Situated east of the Virgin River in the northern section of Springdale, pups and their parents can enjoy time in the outdoors at Watchman Campground. With beautiful views of the mountains, campers can stroll through the campground or head into the Zion National Park for a longer hike. There are tent and RV sites available, and the spaces are large an offer plenty of privacy for you and your pooch. You need to bring your own firewood, and there are clean bathrooms conveniently located near the tent sites. Fido will need to stay on a leash while in the campground, and be sure to bring your own doggie waste bags and dispose of waste properly. 

    South Springdale

    3737
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    148 per sq. mi.

    South Springdale

    3737

    Just one mile south of the town center, the George Barker River Park is a quiet and relaxing area to spend some time with your pup. You can walk along the river’s edge and your well-behaved pooch can run around off leash. The grassy area is perfect for Fido’s sniffing and rolling activities, or your pup can jump in the water and cool off. There are restrooms where you can refill water bottles, and trash cans to dispose of your doggie waste bags. While you are in the neighborhood, stop by The Park House restaurant where you can order a variety of menu items while relaxing on the pup-friendly patio seating. 

    Mount Carmel Hwy/ Lion Blvd

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    81 per sq. mi.

    Mount Carmel Hwy/ Lion Blvd

    2424

    If you are traveling through Utah in your motorhome, or just looking for a fun weekend close to home, the Zion Canyon Campground and RV Resort is a great destination for you and your pooch. Pups are only allowed in air-conditioned motorhomes and not in the tent sites, and your pup cannot be left tied up outside. You can enjoy the amazing scenery while walking around the area, and there are clean restrooms and a playground for the children. The Zion Adventure Company Store is just a couple minutes walk away where you can take your pup shopping for some treats and toys before heading out for a hike in the mountains. 

    Zion Park Blvd/ Apple Lane

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    35 per sq. mi.

    Zion Park Blvd/ Apple Lane

    1212

    When spending time in Springdale, you may need pooch-friendly accommodations, and Driftwood Lodge is in a perfect location. Just a few minutes from Zion National Park, these comfortable rooms allow enough space for the pup and your family. There is plenty of room to walk Fido out on the lawn away from the road, but you will need to bring your own doggie waste bags. Your pup is also welcome on the restaurant’s outdoor patio. Plan to stroll around the grounds and admire the gardens and views of the Red Rock mountains. 

    Zion National Park

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    Zion National Park

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    Springdale is well-known for the amazing hiking adventures in the Zion National Park. Although many of the trails do not allow dogs, Pa’rus Trail is a great hiking trail for both you and your pup. The path is paved, making it wheelchair and stroller accessible. Pups and their parents can follow the trail 3.5 miles into the mountains while Fido sniffs the plants and trees. During the summer, you need to make sure to bring plenty of water for you and your pup while spending some quality time admiring the views and the wildlife. Also, bring your own doggie waste bags and leave nothing behind. 

    Watchman Residential Area

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    71 per sq. mi.

    Watchman Residential Area

    4848

    Situated east of the Virgin River in the northern section of Springdale, pups and their parents can enjoy time in the outdoors at Watchman Campground. With beautiful views of the mountains, campers can stroll through the campground or head into the Zion National Park for a longer hike. There are tent and RV sites available, and the spaces are large an offer plenty of privacy for you and your pooch. You need to bring your own firewood, and there are clean bathrooms conveniently located near the tent sites. Fido will need to stay on a leash while in the campground, and be sure to bring your own doggie waste bags and dispose of waste properly. 

    South Springdale

    3737
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    148 per sq. mi.

    South Springdale

    3737

    Just one mile south of the town center, the George Barker River Park is a quiet and relaxing area to spend some time with your pup. You can walk along the river’s edge and your well-behaved pooch can run around off leash. The grassy area is perfect for Fido’s sniffing and rolling activities, or your pup can jump in the water and cool off. There are restrooms where you can refill water bottles, and trash cans to dispose of your doggie waste bags. While you are in the neighborhood, stop by The Park House restaurant where you can order a variety of menu items while relaxing on the pup-friendly patio seating. 

    Mount Carmel Hwy/ Lion Blvd

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    81 per sq. mi.

    Mount Carmel Hwy/ Lion Blvd

    2424

    If you are traveling through Utah in your motorhome, or just looking for a fun weekend close to home, the Zion Canyon Campground and RV Resort is a great destination for you and your pooch. Pups are only allowed in air-conditioned motorhomes and not in the tent sites, and your pup cannot be left tied up outside. You can enjoy the amazing scenery while walking around the area, and there are clean restrooms and a playground for the children. The Zion Adventure Company Store is just a couple minutes walk away where you can take your pup shopping for some treats and toys before heading out for a hike in the mountains. 

    Zion Park Blvd/ Apple Lane

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    35 per sq. mi.

    Zion Park Blvd/ Apple Lane

    1212

    When spending time in Springdale, you may need pooch-friendly accommodations, and Driftwood Lodge is in a perfect location. Just a few minutes from Zion National Park, these comfortable rooms allow enough space for the pup and your family. There is plenty of room to walk Fido out on the lawn away from the road, but you will need to bring your own doggie waste bags. Your pup is also welcome on the restaurant’s outdoor patio. Plan to stroll around the grounds and admire the gardens and views of the Red Rock mountains. 

    Zion National Park

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    Zion National Park

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    Springdale is well-known for the amazing hiking adventures in the Zion National Park. Although many of the trails do not allow dogs, Pa’rus Trail is a great hiking trail for both you and your pup. The path is paved, making it wheelchair and stroller accessible. Pups and their parents can follow the trail 3.5 miles into the mountains while Fido sniffs the plants and trees. During the summer, you need to make sure to bring plenty of water for you and your pup while spending some quality time admiring the views and the wildlife. Also, bring your own doggie waste bags and leave nothing behind. 

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