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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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    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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      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 Natural Bridge

    Buena Vista

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,000 per sq. mi.

    Buena Vista

    4848

    The Chessie Nature Trail in nearby Buena Vista is a seven mile dog-friendly trail that runs northwest up to Lexington through farmland and forest areas. The trail follows the route of the old Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad and is one of 1600 rail-trails supported by the nation-wide Rails-to-Trails Conservancy. Dogs are permitted, but keep your pup on a lead as there is lots of wildlife in the area, including larger animals such as cows and donkeys. Glen Maury Park is also in this area and worth a visit. The 315-acre site has wooded trails, playgrounds, picnic areas and often has special events planned. There is also a pet-friendly campground here, should you wish to make a weekend of it.

    Southwest Lexington

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    34 per sq. mi.

    Southwest Lexington

    3636

    The Boxerwood Nature Center and Woodland Garden in Lexington, just 13 miles north of Natural Bridge, is a great day out for you, your pup and your whole family. The 15-acre nature center and woodland garden is a beautiful place to wander around, take in the sights of the surrounding mountains and admire the incredible selection of plant life on show. There are also 26 species of butterflies identified here and a friendly turtle family in the wetlands to meet. For a little trail walk, head into the Pioneer Forest, or relax under the shade while the kids enjoy the Children’s Play Trail. For a bit of fun, seek out the Fairy Forest or the Big Chair for a family photo. Dogs are welcome throughout the garden, but must be kept on a lead at all times.

    North Bedford

    2424

    North Bedford

    2424

    Otter Creek Campground and Trail is 16 miles east of Natural Bridge in Bedford and another great pup-friendly place to get out into nature. The trails here are part of the 369 miles of hiking trails along the Blue Ridge Parkway through the mountains. It is a picturesque spot, but go prepared with plenty of food, water, appropriate clothing and pup paraphernalia such as a bowl, lead and clean up bags. The Otter Creek Trail is 3.5 miles long and runs from the campground to the James River Visitor’s Centre. It is a fairly easy hike and is close to the motorway. The shorter Otter Lake Loop Trail at just under one mile is another pleasant walk, as is the 0.4-mile Trail of Trees that extends from the Visit Centre and through a shaded stream drainage, or the 0.4-mile Canal Lock Trail that takes you along a bridge to the old Battery Creek Lock.

    East Lexington

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    63 per sq. mi.

    East Lexington

    1212

    If you are looking for a great way to relax for a while with your pup, head up to East Lexington and catch a movie with your dog at Hull’s Drive In. A concession stand sells all your favourite movie snacks, such as popcorn, donuts and soft drinks, as well as a selection of hot food. Park up and watch the big screen from the comfort of your own car, with your beloved furry travel companion by your side. This place loves dogs, and will even give your pal a treat at the gate! Lexington Coffee Roasters is close by if you wish to grab a hot drink before or after the show, with delicious bagels and cookies also on offer. You can sit with your dog at one of the outside tables here.

    Buffalo Bend/ Buffalo Forge

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    31 per sq. mi.

    Buffalo Bend/ Buffalo Forge

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    The Lake A. Willis Robertson Recreation Area is 21 miles north of Natural Bridge n Lexington, and a lovely place to visit or even camp for a few days with your pup. The property is set over 581 acres and includes a 26-acre fishing lake. There are eight miles of trails to enjoy here, including a pleasant 1.6-mile trail around the lake. Come prepared for a forest adventure here – pack bug spray, comfortable, sturdy shoes and enough food and water for you both during your trip. You will also need to bring your supply of clean up bags and keep your pet leashed so both him and the local wildlife stay safe.

    Buena Vista

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    1,000 per sq. mi.

    Buena Vista

    4848

    The Chessie Nature Trail in nearby Buena Vista is a seven mile dog-friendly trail that runs northwest up to Lexington through farmland and forest areas. The trail follows the route of the old Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad and is one of 1600 rail-trails supported by the nation-wide Rails-to-Trails Conservancy. Dogs are permitted, but keep your pup on a lead as there is lots of wildlife in the area, including larger animals such as cows and donkeys. Glen Maury Park is also in this area and worth a visit. The 315-acre site has wooded trails, playgrounds, picnic areas and often has special events planned. There is also a pet-friendly campground here, should you wish to make a weekend of it.

    Southwest Lexington

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    34 per sq. mi.

    Southwest Lexington

    3636

    The Boxerwood Nature Center and Woodland Garden in Lexington, just 13 miles north of Natural Bridge, is a great day out for you, your pup and your whole family. The 15-acre nature center and woodland garden is a beautiful place to wander around, take in the sights of the surrounding mountains and admire the incredible selection of plant life on show. There are also 26 species of butterflies identified here and a friendly turtle family in the wetlands to meet. For a little trail walk, head into the Pioneer Forest, or relax under the shade while the kids enjoy the Children’s Play Trail. For a bit of fun, seek out the Fairy Forest or the Big Chair for a family photo. Dogs are welcome throughout the garden, but must be kept on a lead at all times.

    North Bedford

    2424

    North Bedford

    2424

    Otter Creek Campground and Trail is 16 miles east of Natural Bridge in Bedford and another great pup-friendly place to get out into nature. The trails here are part of the 369 miles of hiking trails along the Blue Ridge Parkway through the mountains. It is a picturesque spot, but go prepared with plenty of food, water, appropriate clothing and pup paraphernalia such as a bowl, lead and clean up bags. The Otter Creek Trail is 3.5 miles long and runs from the campground to the James River Visitor’s Centre. It is a fairly easy hike and is close to the motorway. The shorter Otter Lake Loop Trail at just under one mile is another pleasant walk, as is the 0.4-mile Trail of Trees that extends from the Visit Centre and through a shaded stream drainage, or the 0.4-mile Canal Lock Trail that takes you along a bridge to the old Battery Creek Lock.

    East Lexington

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    63 per sq. mi.

    East Lexington

    1212

    If you are looking for a great way to relax for a while with your pup, head up to East Lexington and catch a movie with your dog at Hull’s Drive In. A concession stand sells all your favourite movie snacks, such as popcorn, donuts and soft drinks, as well as a selection of hot food. Park up and watch the big screen from the comfort of your own car, with your beloved furry travel companion by your side. This place loves dogs, and will even give your pal a treat at the gate! Lexington Coffee Roasters is close by if you wish to grab a hot drink before or after the show, with delicious bagels and cookies also on offer. You can sit with your dog at one of the outside tables here.

    Buffalo Bend/ Buffalo Forge

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    31 per sq. mi.

    Buffalo Bend/ Buffalo Forge

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    The Lake A. Willis Robertson Recreation Area is 21 miles north of Natural Bridge n Lexington, and a lovely place to visit or even camp for a few days with your pup. The property is set over 581 acres and includes a 26-acre fishing lake. There are eight miles of trails to enjoy here, including a pleasant 1.6-mile trail around the lake. Come prepared for a forest adventure here – pack bug spray, comfortable, sturdy shoes and enough food and water for you both during your trip. You will also need to bring your supply of clean up bags and keep your pet leashed so both him and the local wildlife stay safe.

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