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I am passionate about dogs and have raised and loved multiple medium to large breed dogs over the past 30 years. My current baby is an active 87 lb Rhodesian Ridgeback, the second Rhodesian I have raised from puppyhood. I tailor my level of effort to your dog’s needs and specialize in high energy dogs who enjoy a faster pace. I treat each of my dog clients as if they were my own and have a proven WAG! track record of being 100% reliable, giving above and beyond care to my clients on every walk.
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Dog first aid and/or CPR, Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
I grew up with a dog named Terry in Virginia Beach, VA for the first 18 years of my life. I currently am a board member of the Norfolk SPCA and own a cat named noraA. I enjoy watching my best friend's two Golden Retrievers when he goes out of town as well as my sister's three Boston Terriers when she goes out of town. I already walk between 10-15 miles per day on my own so the opportunity to combine my love of dogs and walking is very exciting to me.
Top Pet Caregiver
Socially Distanced Pet Care
Dog first aid and/or CPR, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
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Your good dog could act out if they don’t get enough physical and mental exercise. If left home with too much energy, dogs can start to chew or dig their way to fun. Don’t let boredom get the best of your pup, take them for daily walks to work out those wiggles and stimulate their minds. Whether a stroll around the block or along the Oceanfront boardwalk, your dog will be a happy pooch when they are home.
We all need to be active to stay healthy, and the same is true for our canines. Frequent exercise can keep your dog’s joints limber while decreasing their risk of arthritis, diabetes and heart disease. You can both stay in shape and increase your active years together with regular walks. Take a long walk on one of the city’s dog-friendly beaches to get a gorgeous view with your cardio.
It’s always more fun to play with friends than by yourself, but for dogs, its good for them too! Spending time with other dogs teaches your furry bestie how to safely interact with others. Meeting new people and pups on daily walks or visits to Virginia Beach’s dog parks can also build confidence, which can help your dog tackle any situation life will throw at them.
Whether you live in Resort City, or are just visiting, your dog doesn’t want to miss the adventure. Several dog walking businesses and professional dog walkers offer walks to get your dog moving at various rates. Short 15-minute strolls are around $15, while longer 60-minute walks can be as much as $38. Some companies only work weekdays during mid-day hours, and evening walks or last-minute walks booked within 24 hours could tack on additional fees that can range from $6 to $15.
Your dog can get the exercise they need every day of the week, all day long with Wag! Thoroughly vetted and insured local dog walkers are ready to get your pup out and about on a 20-minute walk for an average of $15, a 30-minute meander for around $20, or a 60-minute trek for about $30. There aren’t any extra fees for last minute walks when you choose on-demand. And if your dog’s energy is a force to be reckoned with, booking multiple walks in advance can save you 15%.
You can even keep an eye on your dog with real time GPS tracking through the Wag! app. Got a finicky pup? A report card at the end of each walk will let you know how much fun they actually had on their day out.
Virginia Beach is the pawfect spot to relax and unwind with your best bud by your side. Start your adventure in furbulous North Virginia Beach where you can hike and picnic in the 3,000-acre First Landing State Park. This sprawling green space at the northern tip of the city offers 19 miles of trails, and the dog-friendly Chesapeake Bay Beach where you both can romp in the sand and cool off in the ocean.
To the west past the park’s boundaries, dogs can also get in some fun in the sun onChic’s Beach. Dig your paws in the white sand and keep an eye out for dolphins in the bay.
Dominated by the local golf club, the small Bayville neighborhood offers a playground for pups at the Bayville Farms Park. Featuring sports fields and grilling areas galore, your dog will run to the off-leash dog park with its small dog section and available drinking water.
The Dam Neck area near the Naval Air Station is pupular for its close proximity to the water, but dogs know it as home to the Red Wing Metra Dog Park. This open 1-acre space is fenced, and features grass, mature shade trees, water spigots and a host of other amenities.
Get away from the crowds in Sandbridge, a secluded area of beaches and preserved nature in the southern tip of Virginia Beach. Serious hikers can enjoy oceanfront trails in the False Cape State Park, which also offers camping and boating. For the sand, head to Sandbridge Beach near the residential area. With sand dunes to climb and the Atlantic Ocean to dip in, your dog will have a blast.
During the off-season months in Virginia Beach, dogs can enjoy the city’s public beaches and boardwalks anytime, and can even romp off leash on many beaches. But during the busy summer season, from the Friday before Memorial Day to Labor Day, dogs are only allowed on beaches north of 42nd Street and in the southern Sandbridge area. In these areas, dogs are only allowed before 10 AM and after 6 PM, on leash at all times. Always keep your dog leashed outside of any off-leash areas, and have clean-up bags on hand to promptly pick up after your pooch. Your dog should also be fully vaccinated and licensed with tags on their collars.
If you are stuck at work or spending the day in no-dog zone, your pup is twiddling their paws at home. While you are away, let your dog explore Virginia Beach with Wag!
Dog walkers with Wag! are experts at tiring out all sizes of Virginia Beach favorites! Active breeds like Labradors and Golden Retrievers would love lots of 60-minute adventures. Tiny Yorkshire Terriers can keep social with 20-minute spins around the block. If your Beagle’s nose has a mind of its own, let it sniff out the neighborhood on a 30-minute meander. And if you just want someone to check in with your pup, Wag! can even Drop-In to make sure your Chihuahua has everything they need.
Booking a walk couldn’t be easier! Just download the Wag! app, choose the date and time, then pick the pawfect length of walk for your pup. With one-time walks, recurring walks and on-demand walks for the same day, you can create an experience your dog will love. And with GPS tracking, and text and picture updates from your walker, you can feel secure knowing every step your dog makes.
Let your dog enjoy the pawmazing sights of Virginia Beach and book a walk with Wag! today!
The Fort Story neighborhood of Virginia Beach, Virginia gets its name from the nearby army base. The surrounding community also happens to be extremely dog friendly and a perfect area for both two and four-legged family members to feel right at home. Bayville Farms Park is a local attraction that caters to both humans and their canines. With sports fields and grilling areas galore, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Located within the park, the off-leash dog park is fully secured and an excellent spot to let Fido run off his stolen hot dogs. Separate large and small dog areas demonstrate the area’s commitment to making sure pets of all size have appropriate and healthy play.
The North Central area of Virginia Beach, Va is home to some of the oldest and largest homes in the area. You and Fido will enjoy morning walks while you take in the fabulous architecture. Head towards the water and you’ll find First Landing State Park Beach. This historic site will provide hours of entertainment for both you and your canine. The beach itself is open to well-behaved dogs all day long. The numerous nature preserves, hiking trails and historical camps, complete with reenactments provide bonus activities, perfect for socialization and exercise. North Central is truly an area that offers something for everyone in your doggy household.
The Northeast neighborhood of Virginia Beach, VA is the perfect spot for any doggy owner looking for a pet friendly community to call home. At Jerry’s Artarama, pet owners can shop paints, brushes, and canvas to their heart’s content, all under the close supervision of their canine subject matter at this pet-friendly establishment. Just a few minutes away, the retail Northeast area offers up a wide variety of restaurants that cater to Fido and his human companions. Pet-friendly patio seating is available at places from burger joints to wine bars and only further illustrates why Northeast Virginia Beach is the perfect spot for work or play with your furry family members.
The Dam Neck area near the Naval Air Station in Virginia Beach, VA is a popular neighborhood for residents looking to take advantage of the city’s close proximity to water and recreation. With a variety of outdoors recreation areas and a well-earned reputation for being a dog friendly town, there are a number of activities perfect for spending some quality time with Fido. The Red Wing Metra Dog Park is a spacious 1 acre, fenced and secured park. The grassy footing will feel pawsome on your canine’s feet. Mature shade trees, water spigots and a host of other amenities make this the perfect space for your pooch to run off some energy while you chat away with other dog moms and dads.
The Bayside area of Virginia Beach gains its name from its close proximity to the northern beaches of Virginia Beach, VA. Owners of friendly pooches will enjoy the numerous opportunities for outdoor dining. Sample a tasty brew at Commonwealth Brewing Company and enjoy tasty cuisine at HK on the Bay. Finish up your day with a sweet treat from Leaping Lizard Café. After yours and Fido’s appetites have been satisfied, head on over to Pawsitive Animal Training Solutions. At this local favorite, experienced trainers will help teach Fido the essential lessons of doggy manners, strengthening the bond between dog and owner.
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