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Wag! is the nation's fastest-growing network of pre-screened and insured pet sitters and dog walkers. In less than 15 minutes you can book a nearby dog sitter, daycare provider, or dog walker, who'll take complete care of your loved one - at their place or yours.
Do you need someone to walk your pup? I'm in! I grew up with many pets, including dogs and currently own a very energetic shepherd/hound mix rescue. I am open to working with dogs of all sizes and temperaments.
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Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience, Obedience training, Behavioral training, Socialization training, Potty training, Puppy training
Hey, I’m Nautica and I love all animals, but I’ve always had an affinity for pups. I have a fur baby named Chestnut; he’s a miniature labradoodle. I’m great with all breeds and energy levels. I’ve been walking and dog sitting for family and friends for years. I’m currently working at a doggy daycare and I’m a couple months away from being a certified trainer. I can’t wait to meet your pup!
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience
Hi! My name is Craig. I grew up in a very pet friendly family. We always had dogs and cats, and this continued once I was out on my own. I had Siberian Husky (in Florida!!), and a good ole fashioned Heinz 57 mutt. Little bit of Shepherd, little bit of Chow, and a whole lot of hound dog. I took them both through obedience training and even did some obedience trials. They’ve passed on, and I miss them like crazy. Currently I only have cats, but love to be around dogs. This app is a great way to do that, and help out others as well as get a little exercise. I look forward to meeting and walking your pooch!
Hello I’m Anderson! I’m 26 and recently moved to Roanoke, VA from Wisconsin to work at the Virginia Safari Park as a giraffe keeper. I have 7 years of experience with both domestic and exotic animals. I’ve walked a wide variety of dog breeds at a local humane society back home. I always put the animals needs first. My whole life I’ve been passionate about animals and I guarantee you won’t be disappointed!
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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience
Greetings! My name is Bri. I have been a professional pet sitter and dog walker for 3+ years while in college. I am a grad student obtaining my MMS to become a PA so getting to spend time with pups is such a treat for me! I absolutely love dogs, I am comfortable with all breeds, I have been trained in pet first aid and CPR, and I have worked with all kinds of temperaments. I am responsible, caring, and professional. I will treat your pets like my own.
Hello! I'm Erin and I'm obsessed with dogs. I grew up with labs and a black mouth cur. Most recently I have the best rescue pup ever that I cannot get enough of. I have experience with dog sitting and dog walking and most dogs respond well to me.
Hi Everyone!I am Jessica. I have always been an animal lover and I have been around dogs my whole life. I love to be outside and I look forward to making all kinds of new furry friends!
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
Hi! My names Jessie and I am from Virginia. I have always loved dogs and while my older brothers always wanted a dog it wasn't until I came along that we got our first one. I have had three dogs, one cocker spaniel, and two miniature Austrailian shepherds. Sadly today only one of my mini Aussies remains, her name is Lily Bear and she is absolutely spoiled. I have the most experience with medium to small dogs but I am confident in my ability to handle larger dogs also. I am a current student at Virginia Tech were I am studying Clinical Neuroscience. In between my semesters at tech, I plan to be using wag and making sure every dog gets their outside time!
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Hi, I'm Caleb and I recently moved to Seattle from the east coast! I've been around dogs my whole life and I love all dogs, big and small! I have cared for lots of dogs including ones with medical needs. While I'm enjoying Seattle so far, I miss my dogs Zoey (Black Lab) and Brady (Shih-Tzu) back in Virginia, and I'm looking to fill that void in my life!
The furiendly city of Salem is bordered by Roanoke in Virginia. This is a pawsome puptown to visit with your four-legged friend, with plenty to keep you both amused all day long. If your pup needs medical care, there are five veterinary clinics and animal hospitals in Salem.
When you are in town, be sure to take a trip to the Salem Park! This is a pawsome place along the Roanoke River where you can hang out with your pup. Here, you'll find green grass for playing fetch, as well as plenty of trees for some shade. The Academy Street Park is also a puptastic place for some playtime with your beloved canine. This spot is all open grass where your pooch has plenty of space to run and roam. There is also a playground here for the kids to enjoy!
If you like to try different beers, then you have got to stop at the Parkway Brewing Company when you are in Salem. This place has a pawsome menu of refreshments, and your furry friend is more than welcome to join you out on the patio for the evening. To reward your pup, you can even stop by the Dairy Queen! Not only can you enjoy a dipped cone or sundae, but your canine can tuck into a frozen treat too. The Pup Cup is sure to have your doggo barking with joy!
Make sure your pup’s tail is wagging all day long with a trip to Salem!
There is nowhere better to get your pup’s tail wagging than at the park! When you are in Salem, a furrific place to go with your pooch is Longwood Park. Here there is plenty of open green grass where your doggo can roam and roll, as well as trees to investigate! There are sniff-tastic walking trails for a casual stroll with your furry friend, and this is a pawsome place to retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city during the day. Other amenities here include playing structures, benches and shelters. If your pup has been well behaved, be sure to head to Starbucks for a treat! Not only can you enjoy a coffee and a bagel, but your companion can tuck into his very own Puppuccino!
When your furry friend has been a good boy or girl, a trip to the dog park is in order! Salem Rotary Dog Park is a pawsome place to visit for some exercise and playtime with your pup. There are two separate areas for smaller pooches and for larger canines, each offering grass and trees for some shade. There are benches where you can chill out, and water is provided for your panting pup. In addition, there are waste bags available in case you furgot your own. There is nowhere better in Salem to socialize and make new furry friends than at Salem Rotary Dog Park!
For an adventure with your pupper, head on over to Green Hill Park! This is one of the largest parks in the area, which makes it paradise for your pooch. There is lots of open green space here for enjoying some exercise with your pup, as well as plenty of room to play fetch with a ball or Frisbee. In addition, there are sniff-tastic trails you can follow among the trees to go exploring Green Hill Park with your doggo. Other puptastic amenities include a playground, football field, grills, fishing and plenty of picnic tables for chilling out and enjoying a treat with family and your furry friend.
For a pawsome afternoon at the park with your furry friend, head over to Shanks Street Park in Salem! Here your beloved companion can run and roam on the green grass, as well as play fetch with his or her favorite toys. There is also a playground here and a basketball court to have fun with the kids, with three picnic tables for relaxing and enjoying a treat. If you are visiting Salem and need accommodation for the night, you can stay at the Motel 6. This puptastic place is dog friendly, and you are welcome to bring two pups of any size to stay for no additional fee. The Quality Inn is also nearby, which offers comfortable rooms for you and two canines weighing up to 50 Ibs for a small additional fee per stay.
Head to the Hanging Rock Battlefield Trail when you are in Salem! This is a puptastic old rail trail where you can enjoy the wooded scenery and pawsome views as you stroll alongside the Mason Creek. Your furry friend can expend some excitable energy, plus you can enjoy some history as you wander past the site of the 1864 Hunter’s Raid from the Civil War. If you need a place to stay when you are in Salem, you can check in to the Blue Jay Budget Host Inn. Here you can bring two pups to stay of any size for only a small additional fee.
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