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I have been a pet owner and animal enthusiast my entire life with experience owning and caring for a menagerie of animals. My experiences range from fresh water fish to exotic birds and everything in-between; no creature is too great or small! I am a current pet owner of two small dogs and two cats, and I frequently pet and house sit for friends and family. I have fostered several animals in the past and am always looking for new opportunities to help and care for animals.
Top Pet Caregiver
High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
I bond with all dogs from all walks of life. I am stern yet very loving. I love to go on long walks if the animal is able to. I hope to make friends with each new pet I meet. I am caring and thoughtful with all creatures. I am organized and attentive. Love to send photos of daily activities and cute moments! My current job isn't really fulfilling me in a way that taking care of animals would provide. Summer is so close! The perfect time in Portland to hang with your pets outdoors! My partner says that my happiness grows exponentially when I see or meet a dog. It's very clear to others how much I love animals. Hope to meet yours!
Hello, my name is Catie. I am a recent law school graduate who is currently studying to take the bar. I have grown up with dogs my whole life and I absolutely love them, no matter the shape or size or breed. I hope to help your dog let out some energy and explore his/her surroundings so that you don't have to worry about him/her being cooped up all day. I've taken care of dogs of all sizes -- from small ones like Chihuahuas to big ones like Bernese Mountain dogs so no matter what, I am up to the task.
Top Pet Caregiver
Howdy, my name is Chris! I enjoy walking dogs a getting out for a walk, when I have some free time. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to walk your dog.
Top Pet Caregiver
““I like animals more than people.””
Hello, I'm Mel I am very loving and compassionate about all animals. I treat your pets like they are mine. I enjoy spending time with them and make sure they are very well cared for and loved.
Top Pet Caregiver
Socially Distanced Pet Care
Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
I am a lifetime dog lover and and current Dog Walking professional in the Alexandria and Washington DC area. I have one year of experience in Dog Walking, and twenty-two years of experience as a Dog Owner. I am excellent with dogs of all types and sizes, and look forward to befriending yours!
High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
Hey there! My name is Regina. I fell in love with my previous job at a local lodging facility for pets and decided I would want to continue working with happy friends while I am doing school. I love spending time outside and absolutely love having a furry companion out on walks with me! I have had the pleasure of working with pets of all ages as well as others that require special attention to their needs. I am thoroughly excited to have the opportunity to meet so many more furry friends and their parents in the future!
I am a recent college grad who just moved back to Pittsburgh AND loves dogs! I unfortunately did not have a dog of my own growing up, but I've been volunteering with an animal shelter for several years as a walker! I've also been a dogsitter for a family friend for several summers! I can't wait to meet your dogs!
Hello there! My name is Danielle and I am a 25 year old living in Lakeview. I grew up in Austin, Texas with a Golden Retriever (Waldo), a Black Labrador (Abby) and a King Charles Cavalier Spaniel (Jackie). I love my dogs and would love to get to spend some time getting to know your dog! I am very active and enjoying walking, running, swimming, and yoga. I moved to Chicago 3 years ago to attend graduate school at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. I recently obtained two master's degrees in Art History and Arts Administration and Policy. Previous jobs I have held include teaching assistant positions, lifeguarding for many years, and a number of roles at arts nonprofits.
Hi! My name is Victoria and I have grown up with many dogs in my life! Specifically pit bulls, labs, and poodles. I have a passion for medicine and currently am in graduate school to pursue my future as a physician assistant, but in my spare time I would love to walk your dog! I'm a sucker for the puppy eyes, but I have learned how to play, walk, and enjoy a dog's company through the dogs I have grown up with and my friends who are fortunate enough to have them! Currently in school, I am missing the presence of a furry animal in my life, and am looking forward to getting and giving joy and exercise to your happy pup!
Socially Distanced Pet Care
Front Royal is a town of significant historical distinction. Within the town, 13 districts, buildings and properties have been placed on the National Register of Historic Places. For some, greater significance lies in its proximity to the Shenandoah River and the Shenandoah National Park. It sits at the spot where the North and South Forks of the River come together, and it is the northern entry point into the national park.
Beginning in Front Royal, Skyline Drive is one of the most traveled routes in the state. Throughout its length from Front Royal to Waynesboro, the Drive provides access to dog-friendly trails and lookouts, like Compton Peak Trail at mile-marker 10.4. This is a trail that requires just a small amount of effort, as it ascends gradually for about 1 mile, then splits off to the east and west. The view from the western peak is spectacular and sightings of raptors here are common. The eastern trail descends to an obstructed view. The wildflowers, ferns and other plant growth are lovely, and Fido may sniff out some animals as well. A pawsome hike!
For almost whatever you plan to do and see while
in Front Royal and its surrounding areas, you’ll find your fur-pup will be welcome
to join you!
The Town Center of Front Royal looks like a portrait of an antebellum village, with its Civil War-era homes and shops, and its quaint streets lined with hanging flower baskets, benches and museums and other historical sites that are not to be missed. Bowman Park, on Luray Ave, features benches for surveying the town with your best furry buddy, as well as picnic tables and a grassy lawn for strolling. The Town Center also hosts the Warren County Dog Park, a very large, fully fenced and grassy park, with many trees for shade. The park provides a separate section for small dogs as well. The emphasis here is on well-socialized pups who can play without undue aggression, so park rules prohibit toys and treats, and humans are expected to stand ready to intervene. Just pure doggy-play and exercise aplenty! Arf!
This neighborhood of Front Royal is home to the eastern
upper edge of pup-friendly Shenandoah National Park, including the north
entrance. Views of mountains and the never-ending sky, waterfalls, trails and
quiet surround you and your furry buddy here. The park features over 500 miles
of hiking trails, most of which welcome Fido, but a few do not. Check at the
entrance visitor centers to be sure it’s okay to bring him where you’re going. The
park features almost 200,000 acres of backcountry wilderness camping, as well
as 5 major drive-in and tenting campgrounds, and 3 lodges. All are dog-friendly
and afford sightings of birds and mammals like bear and deer. A paradise for
The dog-friendly GR Thompson State Wildlife Management Area lies on the border and slightly within this neighborhood of Front Royal. This 4000-acre park is a rich botanical area with many species of wildflowers. It’s open to the public and their leashed pups for hiking, boating and wilderness camping. Hunting is allowed in the area, so be sure to stay aware of the timing of hunting season, and dress yourself and your fur-buddy in blaze orange when appropriate. A network of trails provides access to the flora and fauna, including hawks that live or migrate through the area, and parking is provided in 11 designated areas. Your fur-pup will love walking the trails and sniffing out the millions of smells that abound there. Woofderful!
This neighborhood is home to the Burrell Brooks Jr. Community Park, a dog-friendly, family-oriented park with amenities to suit every member of the family, including Spot. For the human kiddies, there is a playground, for the older humans a sand volleyball court, lighted basketball court and horseshoe pit, and for everyone a dining shelter with tables and grill, and restrooms. Best of all for doggy pleasure is the trail that features fitness stations for the goal-minded among us, and the wide open green areas perfect for romping and playing. If you and the family fancy a restaurant for your next meal, head over to Castiglia Italian Eatery, where you’ll find outdoor tables for lunch or dinner with your fur-pup. This is a casual restaurant that serves up classic Italian fare in addition to all the casual sandwiches, pizza and soups/salads. Bone appetit!
Delaplane is a community just southeast of Front Royal, and it is home to the Barrel Oak Winery. There are many wineries and breweries that are considered dog-tolerant, even dog-friendly, because they allow dogs to join their humans at outside tables for snacks or meals. In this regard, Barrel Oak Winery is in a class by itself. The dog-friendliness extends from the décor to the menu art, to the resident Viszla on “staff”, to the fact that they allow dogs everywhere, even inside in the tasting room and on the wine patio. They encourage people hiking with their pups to stop in, and they allow folks to bring picnic lunches to enjoy with their furry family members in the orchards under the grape arbors for a small fee. This is truly a pawrrific place to take your pooch!
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