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    Hi, I am MeriAgnes and I am 20 years old. I have owned a Dachshund-Chihuahua since I was 14, and I love taking care of her every need. I have experience walking dogs for friends and family as well as dog sitting. I have always been a dog lover and I understand what it takes to be a responsible and loving dog care taker!

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    Melissa G.
    2018-06-15T11:59:58-07:00
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    My name is Brooke! I am Mom to a super sweet husky/german shepherd mix. I Have taken care of dogs for years, including boarding, sitting, walking, and working at a veterinary office! I absolutely love dogs and can't wait to meet your pup!

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    Tori F.
    2017-09-27T22:00:23-07:00
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    Hi, I am MeriAgnes and I am 20 years old. I have owned a Dachshund-Chihuahua since I was 14, and I love taking care of her every need. I have experience walking dogs for friends and family as well as dog sitting. I have always been a dog lover and I understand what it takes to be a responsible and loving dog care taker!

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    Melissa G.
    2018-06-15T11:59:58-07:00
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    Verified 20m Walk

    My name is Brooke! I am Mom to a super sweet husky/german shepherd mix. I Have taken care of dogs for years, including boarding, sitting, walking, and working at a veterinary office! I absolutely love dogs and can't wait to meet your pup!

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    Tori F.
    2017-09-27T22:00:23-07:00
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    Verified Deluxe

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    Best Dog Friendly Neighborhoods in Keysville

    W 3rd Street/ North Street

    4848
    Dog ParksDog Parks
    1 park

    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,140 per sq. mi.

    W 3rd Street/ North Street

    4848

    The Rails-to-Trails Conservancy is a non-profit organization that is converting disused railway lines all over the country into walking trails. The High Bridge Trail in nearby Farmville is one such trail. A Virginia Historic Landmark and on the National Register of Historic Places, High Bridge Trail is 31 miles long and ideally suited for walking with your pooch. This wide, level, and mostly flat trail features a finely crushed limestone surface which makes it an easy ramble. Along the trail, you’ll find the majestic High Bridge, which – at more than 2,400 feet long – is the longest recreational bridge in Virginia and among the longest in the United States. Make sure to bring drinking water as none is available on the trail.

    Staunton River State Park

    3636

    Staunton River State Park

    3636

    The Staunton River Battlefield Rail-Trail (another converted disused railway line) crosses through Staunton River BattlefieldState Park, the scene of a significant battle in Civil War history. As well as the gravel trail which follows an abandoned corridor of the old Richmond and Danville Railroad, there’s also a lot to do and see in the state park itself. The park has two visitor’s centers – one on Native American and railroad history, and the other on the American Civil War – a museum, and a Civil War fort. The Wade Archaeological Site – a Native American village site dating back to A.D. 1000 to 1450 – is also located in the state park. 

    Twin Lakes State Park

    2424

    Twin Lakes State Park

    2424

    Just a short drive away from Keysville on the Patrick Henry highway is the Twin Lakes State Park. Situated in the heart of central Virginia, this is 548-acre historic park offers many cultural, environmental, and recreational activities. As the name suggests, there are two large lakes in the state park and all the types of lakefront activities that go along with that, including lakeside walks, hiking, swimming, camping, and fishing. If you’re planning on spending a little time in Twin Lakes State Park, overnight accommodation is available in the 33-site campground that also includes 11 climate-controlled cabins. 

    Prince Edward-Gallion State Forest

    1212

    Prince Edward-Gallion State Forest

    1212

    Prince Edward-Gallion State Forest is a state forest located in Prince Edward County, Virginia. Virginia's first state forest, at 6,496 acres in size, there’s no shortage of recreational opportunities. Take the pooch on a long ramble along the eight-mile out-and-back trail that takes you through the state forest. The trails are marked by blue blazes painted on trees. There are also various gated trails and forest roads to explore with Fido. Along the way, you’ll get to see oak-hickory forests, stands of Loblolly Pine, and many different forms of wildlife, including white-tailed deer, wild turkeys, and bobcats.

    Town Center

    00
    Dog ParksDog Parks
    1 park

    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,140 per sq. mi.

    Town Center

    00

    If you fancy a having a bite to eat somewhere where you can take the pooch along, the Uptown Coffee Cafe in nearby Farmville serves delicious American-style fare. A family-owned and run business, Uptown Cafe has been in operation since 2007. Menu options include breakfast sandwiches, bagels, French toast, soups, salads, sandwiches, wraps, and more. Try one of their signature sandwiches, such as the Southern Reuben with pastrami, coleslaw, Swiss cheese, Thousand Island dressing, and sauerkraut on grilled rye bread. They also serve organic coffee and teas, and you and the pooch can enjoy your meal at one of their pet-friendly tables outside. 

    W 3rd Street/ North Street

    4848
    Dog ParksDog Parks
    1 park

    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,140 per sq. mi.

    W 3rd Street/ North Street

    4848

    The Rails-to-Trails Conservancy is a non-profit organization that is converting disused railway lines all over the country into walking trails. The High Bridge Trail in nearby Farmville is one such trail. A Virginia Historic Landmark and on the National Register of Historic Places, High Bridge Trail is 31 miles long and ideally suited for walking with your pooch. This wide, level, and mostly flat trail features a finely crushed limestone surface which makes it an easy ramble. Along the trail, you’ll find the majestic High Bridge, which – at more than 2,400 feet long – is the longest recreational bridge in Virginia and among the longest in the United States. Make sure to bring drinking water as none is available on the trail.

    Staunton River State Park

    3636

    Staunton River State Park

    3636

    The Staunton River Battlefield Rail-Trail (another converted disused railway line) crosses through Staunton River BattlefieldState Park, the scene of a significant battle in Civil War history. As well as the gravel trail which follows an abandoned corridor of the old Richmond and Danville Railroad, there’s also a lot to do and see in the state park itself. The park has two visitor’s centers – one on Native American and railroad history, and the other on the American Civil War – a museum, and a Civil War fort. The Wade Archaeological Site – a Native American village site dating back to A.D. 1000 to 1450 – is also located in the state park. 

    Twin Lakes State Park

    2424

    Twin Lakes State Park

    2424

    Just a short drive away from Keysville on the Patrick Henry highway is the Twin Lakes State Park. Situated in the heart of central Virginia, this is 548-acre historic park offers many cultural, environmental, and recreational activities. As the name suggests, there are two large lakes in the state park and all the types of lakefront activities that go along with that, including lakeside walks, hiking, swimming, camping, and fishing. If you’re planning on spending a little time in Twin Lakes State Park, overnight accommodation is available in the 33-site campground that also includes 11 climate-controlled cabins. 

    Prince Edward-Gallion State Forest

    1212

    Prince Edward-Gallion State Forest

    1212

    Prince Edward-Gallion State Forest is a state forest located in Prince Edward County, Virginia. Virginia's first state forest, at 6,496 acres in size, there’s no shortage of recreational opportunities. Take the pooch on a long ramble along the eight-mile out-and-back trail that takes you through the state forest. The trails are marked by blue blazes painted on trees. There are also various gated trails and forest roads to explore with Fido. Along the way, you’ll get to see oak-hickory forests, stands of Loblolly Pine, and many different forms of wildlife, including white-tailed deer, wild turkeys, and bobcats.

    Town Center

    00
    Dog ParksDog Parks
    1 park

    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,140 per sq. mi.

    Town Center

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    If you fancy a having a bite to eat somewhere where you can take the pooch along, the Uptown Coffee Cafe in nearby Farmville serves delicious American-style fare. A family-owned and run business, Uptown Cafe has been in operation since 2007. Menu options include breakfast sandwiches, bagels, French toast, soups, salads, sandwiches, wraps, and more. Try one of their signature sandwiches, such as the Southern Reuben with pastrami, coleslaw, Swiss cheese, Thousand Island dressing, and sauerkraut on grilled rye bread. They also serve organic coffee and teas, and you and the pooch can enjoy your meal at one of their pet-friendly tables outside. 

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