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

    • Get a report card

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

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    I've been walking dogs regularly since I was a freshman in high school. Excited to be able to walk dogs in my new neighborhood, especially since I am not an owner anymore. My dog Holly was my favorite family member (sorry Mom!) and I know just how important it was for her to get out daily -even if only for a 30 minute walk.

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    Denise T.
    2021-05-19T21:03:55-07:00
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    Growing up on a farm, I spent my years around lots of different animals, but none hold quite the same place in my heart as dogs. As a dog mom, foster parent, and shelter volunteer, I have the background and enthusiasm to guarantee an enjoyable experience for your pup. I will work diligently to ensure the happiness of your furry friend by making sure he or she is getting the well-deserved exercise and attention to promote a healthy lifestyle.

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    Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Puppy care, Training experience, Obedience training, Socialization training, Potty training, Puppy training


    Emily W.
    2018-06-20T08:05:25-07:00
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    Hi - My name is Elizabeth. I am from North Carolina but my parents had a place in the Upper East Side of NYC that we would visit often while growing up. I have worked professionally for Queen City Pet-sitting and I love all animals. I have taken care of other people's pets for 10+ years along with housesitting. I am energetic, outgoing, patient, experienced, adaptable, and passionate. I am also a professional contemporary dancer (although I have been dancing ballet since 4 years old) and I am an administrative assistant. I have owned dogs, turtles, fish, birds, and hermit crabs. I am friendly, reliable, punctual, and would love to take care of your dog!

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    Amanda A.
    2018-11-07T09:22:02-08:00
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    I've been walking dogs regularly since I was a freshman in high school. Excited to be able to walk dogs in my new neighborhood, especially since I am not an owner anymore. My dog Holly was my favorite family member (sorry Mom!) and I know just how important it was for her to get out daily -even if only for a 30 minute walk.

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    Denise T.
    2021-05-19T21:03:55-07:00
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    Verified Boarding

    Growing up on a farm, I spent my years around lots of different animals, but none hold quite the same place in my heart as dogs. As a dog mom, foster parent, and shelter volunteer, I have the background and enthusiasm to guarantee an enjoyable experience for your pup. I will work diligently to ensure the happiness of your furry friend by making sure he or she is getting the well-deserved exercise and attention to promote a healthy lifestyle.

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    Specialties

    Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Puppy care, Training experience, Obedience training, Socialization training, Potty training, Puppy training


    Emily W.
    2018-06-20T08:05:25-07:00
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    Sabrina was so awesome. We will definitely be working with her again. Charli was made to feel at home which was awesome.

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    Barbara made sure to keep my husky in the shade during a mid-day walk. Looks like Kira loved getting to explore with a new friend!

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    Amanda A.

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    Great walker thank you SO much

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      Denise T.

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      Sabrina was so awesome. We will definitely be working with her again. Charli was made to feel at home which was awesome.

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      Emily W.

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      Barbara made sure to keep my husky in the shade during a mid-day walk. Looks like Kira loved getting to explore with a new friend!

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    Best Dog Friendly Neighborhoods in Buena Vista

    Southwest Lexington

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    34 per sq. mi.

    Southwest Lexington

    4848

    Boxerwood Nature Center and Woodland Garden in Lexington is nine miles northwest of Buena Vista, and a lovely place to take your pup for a day out. The 15-acre park is home to a nature centre with beautifully manicured gardens that boast a huge array of plants, wildlife and art to admire as you pass through. There are two short trail walks through Pioneer Forest, plus a fun Children’s Play Trail for the little ones. Other highlights include the Fairy Forest and the Big Chair, perfect spots for a family photo! Leashed dogs are welcome throughout the garden.

    Natural Bridge

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    36 per sq. mi.

    Natural Bridge

    3636

    Sixteen miles southwest of Buena Vista is Natural Bridge, where you will find The Natural Bridge State Park with six miles of trails around the impressive 15-foot tall naturally formed limestone bridge. The Cedar Creek Trail is one of the best, at two miles long this trail offers an easy walk with views of a waterfall as a reward. There is a small admission fee to the park, but on site there are restrooms, a gift shop, a living history museum and beautiful areas to stop for a packed lunch. Dogs are permitted here but must remain leashed. Always clean up after your pet when out and about. If you are looking for a place to eat with your pet by your side, there are three restaurants at the Natural Bridge Hotel and Conference Centre that allow your dog to sit by you at one of the outdoor tables; The Red Fox Tavern, The Colonial Dining Room and the Archway Deli.

    East Lexington

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    63 per sq. mi.

    East Lexington

    2424

    For something a little different, why not take your pup to the movies? Head up to Lexington’s Hull’s Drive In and relax in the comfort of your own car while you and Fido kick back and enjoy the latest blockbuster. A concession stand sells all your favourite movie snacks, plus a range of hot food such as hamburgers, corn dogs and toasted sandwiches. Hull’s loves dogs and will even give your buddy a treat at the gate! After your movie, head to nearby Lexington Coffee Roasters for a hot cuppa and delicious sweet treat to round off your day. Your dog is welcome to join you at one of the outside tables.

    Buffalo Bend/ Buffalo Forge

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    31 per sq. mi.

    Buffalo Bend/ Buffalo Forge

    1212

    Lake A. Willis Robertson Recreation Area is 19 miles east of Buena Vista in Lexington and a great place to bring your pup for a walk, spend a day out fishing in the lake or stop for a picnic in the forest. There are eight miles of trails, including an easy 1.6-mile walk around the 26-acre lake. You can also camp here for a few days with your dog if you would like to stay a little longer. Pets are welcome, but need to stay controlled and leashed. Whether visiting for the day or camping, come prepared with plenty of food, water for you both, a bowl for pup, clean up bags and bug spray.

    Pleasant View/ Pedlar Mills

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    Population DensityPopulation Density
    42 per sq. mi.

    Pleasant View/ Pedlar Mills

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    In neighboring Amherst, the extensive Appalachian Trail winds its way through the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains and provides a solid trail experience for you and your dog. Long Mountain Wayside is a great place to park up and is just 10 miles east of Buena Vista, and from here you can walk as far as you like either north or south while enjoying the mountain views and lush forest. Trail maps and extensive planning advice is available through the Appalachian Trail Conservancy, so it is worth checking out the information before heading off. Dogs are permitted in this section of the trail but need to remain leashed and you must bury your dog’s waste or take it with you.  

    Southwest Lexington

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    34 per sq. mi.

    Southwest Lexington

    4848

    Boxerwood Nature Center and Woodland Garden in Lexington is nine miles northwest of Buena Vista, and a lovely place to take your pup for a day out. The 15-acre park is home to a nature centre with beautifully manicured gardens that boast a huge array of plants, wildlife and art to admire as you pass through. There are two short trail walks through Pioneer Forest, plus a fun Children’s Play Trail for the little ones. Other highlights include the Fairy Forest and the Big Chair, perfect spots for a family photo! Leashed dogs are welcome throughout the garden.

    Natural Bridge

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    36 per sq. mi.

    Natural Bridge

    3636

    Sixteen miles southwest of Buena Vista is Natural Bridge, where you will find The Natural Bridge State Park with six miles of trails around the impressive 15-foot tall naturally formed limestone bridge. The Cedar Creek Trail is one of the best, at two miles long this trail offers an easy walk with views of a waterfall as a reward. There is a small admission fee to the park, but on site there are restrooms, a gift shop, a living history museum and beautiful areas to stop for a packed lunch. Dogs are permitted here but must remain leashed. Always clean up after your pet when out and about. If you are looking for a place to eat with your pet by your side, there are three restaurants at the Natural Bridge Hotel and Conference Centre that allow your dog to sit by you at one of the outdoor tables; The Red Fox Tavern, The Colonial Dining Room and the Archway Deli.

    East Lexington

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    63 per sq. mi.

    East Lexington

    2424

    For something a little different, why not take your pup to the movies? Head up to Lexington’s Hull’s Drive In and relax in the comfort of your own car while you and Fido kick back and enjoy the latest blockbuster. A concession stand sells all your favourite movie snacks, plus a range of hot food such as hamburgers, corn dogs and toasted sandwiches. Hull’s loves dogs and will even give your buddy a treat at the gate! After your movie, head to nearby Lexington Coffee Roasters for a hot cuppa and delicious sweet treat to round off your day. Your dog is welcome to join you at one of the outside tables.

    Buffalo Bend/ Buffalo Forge

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    31 per sq. mi.

    Buffalo Bend/ Buffalo Forge

    1212

    Lake A. Willis Robertson Recreation Area is 19 miles east of Buena Vista in Lexington and a great place to bring your pup for a walk, spend a day out fishing in the lake or stop for a picnic in the forest. There are eight miles of trails, including an easy 1.6-mile walk around the 26-acre lake. You can also camp here for a few days with your dog if you would like to stay a little longer. Pets are welcome, but need to stay controlled and leashed. Whether visiting for the day or camping, come prepared with plenty of food, water for you both, a bowl for pup, clean up bags and bug spray.

    Pleasant View/ Pedlar Mills

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    42 per sq. mi.

    Pleasant View/ Pedlar Mills

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    In neighboring Amherst, the extensive Appalachian Trail winds its way through the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains and provides a solid trail experience for you and your dog. Long Mountain Wayside is a great place to park up and is just 10 miles east of Buena Vista, and from here you can walk as far as you like either north or south while enjoying the mountain views and lush forest. Trail maps and extensive planning advice is available through the Appalachian Trail Conservancy, so it is worth checking out the information before heading off. Dogs are permitted in this section of the trail but need to remain leashed and you must bury your dog’s waste or take it with you.  

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