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    Hi All! My name is Bri and I am a huge dog lover as I have grown up with our family Dauschund named Parlo. I have experience working in a dog grooming company called “Groomingdales” where I learned how to wash and groom the dogs that came through. I am a pretty popular dog sitter for my friends or neighbors while they are away for a weekend. I am reliable and like to be efficient with tasks that are important to me. There is no doubt I will give lots of love and affection to your dog while we’re out on a walk! I live a very active lifestyle as well, therefore I am willing to walk or run as far as your dog needs to acquire their daily recommended exercise!

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    lauren S.
    2018-06-21T10:36:50-07:00
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    “I will enjoy walking your dog!”

    I am a grandfather and long-time pet owner that would love to walk your dog! I need the exercise and so does your dog! I have been walking dogs for years and really enjoy being out with them . . even in the rain and snow. I am large enough to handle even the largest of breeds while being gentle enough for the tiny ones too! Dogs love me . . . even dogs that hate most folks like being around me! I would rather walk with dogs than most people! I am calm and gentle with dogs. Harness required!

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    Specialties

    Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Puppy training


    Samantha L.
    2021-07-13T17:42:27-07:00
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    Verified 20m Walk

    Hi All! My name is Bri and I am a huge dog lover as I have grown up with our family Dauschund named Parlo. I have experience working in a dog grooming company called “Groomingdales” where I learned how to wash and groom the dogs that came through. I am a pretty popular dog sitter for my friends or neighbors while they are away for a weekend. I am reliable and like to be efficient with tasks that are important to me. There is no doubt I will give lots of love and affection to your dog while we’re out on a walk! I live a very active lifestyle as well, therefore I am willing to walk or run as far as your dog needs to acquire their daily recommended exercise!

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    lauren S.
    2018-06-21T10:36:50-07:00
    Five starsFive starsFive starsFive starsFive stars
    Verified 20m Walk

    “I will enjoy walking your dog!”

    I am a grandfather and long-time pet owner that would love to walk your dog! I need the exercise and so does your dog! I have been walking dogs for years and really enjoy being out with them . . even in the rain and snow. I am large enough to handle even the largest of breeds while being gentle enough for the tiny ones too! Dogs love me . . . even dogs that hate most folks like being around me! I would rather walk with dogs than most people! I am calm and gentle with dogs. Harness required!

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    Specialties

    Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Puppy training


    Samantha L.
    2021-07-13T17:42:27-07:00
    Five starsFive starsFive starsFive starsFive stars
    Verified 20m Walk

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    It was SO FUN to see how far Lucky went and how she did on her walk. I will hire Tom anytime because Lucky LOVED it!!!

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      It was SO FUN to see how far Lucky went and how she did on her walk. I will hire Tom anytime because Lucky LOVED it!!!

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    Best Dog Friendly Neighborhoods in Rutland

    East Rutland

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    2,107 per sq. mi.

    East Rutland

    4848

    If you travel east of Rutland, you will find lots to do. You can hike Aiken State Forest, which is the home of Bald Mountain — a great vantage point to look down at the surrounding valleys. There are also woodland trails for those who want to explore the forest. If you go further east, you will encounter the town of Woodstock, where you can sit back, relax, and enjoy some delicious food outside with your pawesome pal! White Cottage Snack Bar has delicious burgers and sweet treats, and Soulfully Good Café serves breakfast and lunch staples that will brighten your day.

    Central Rutland

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    2,107 per sq. mi.

    Central Rutland

    3636

    Central Rutland is a welcoming community that offers much to do for visitors from out of town. Experience the spirit of the Northeast as you stroll through the quaint, historical town blocks. Indulge your taste buds with gourmet cuisine at Baxter’s Restaurant inside Rutland Country Club. The restaurant is open to the public for lunch and dinner, and they have patio seating to accommodate you and your canine companion. While you’re in Central Rutland, you can also check out Pine Hill Park; this park is over 300 acres and contains 16 miles of trails, so you won’t run out of places to explore!

    Wallingford

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    513 per sq. mi.

    Wallingford

    2424

    Wallingford is a charming, close-knit neighborhood resting about ten miles south of Rutland. It is worth a visit just to take a pleasant stroll through the small-town streets past mom-and-pop stores and the small woods and ponds that dot the area. There is even more to do there, however, including hiking White Rocks National Recreation Area. The area has a number of trails and welcomes four-legged friends if they are leashed. There are some nice local dining options in Wallingford as well: try Sal’s South in the center of town for some great homemade Italian food. They offer outdoor seating to accommodate dog owners!

    West Rutland

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    2,107 per sq. mi.

    West Rutland

    1212

    West Rutland is another great neighborhood where you and your waggy companion can get a taste of nature. Bird Mountain Wildlife Management Area is the highlight of West Rutland: it spans nearly 800 acres, and the terrain includes former farmland and pastures, as well as the majestic Birdseye Mountain. If hiking the area’s trails works up your appetite, then you’re in luck. Blue Cat Bistro is close by; they serve delectable Italian food like pasta and brick oven pizza, and they have dog-friendly outdoor seating. Note that this is a family-run restaurant, and they are only open for dinner. Their hours are Tuesday through Sunday, 5 pm to 9 pm.

    Proctor

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    2,107 per sq. mi.

    Proctor

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    If you travel six short miles north of Rutland along beautiful Otter Creek, you will arrive in the neighborhood of Proctor. Proctor might be a relatively small neighborhood, but there are two great attractions there that you won’t want to miss. The first is Proctor Town Forest, which has superb hiking trails through the scenic wooded valleys that characterize this area. The second is Whipple Hollow Wildlife Management Area. This over 500-acre protected forest is also a fantastic place for hiking and exploring nature. The Castledon River runs through the area and contributes to the authentic Northeastern atmosphere. Both parks welcome dogs as long as they remain leashed.

    East Rutland

    4848
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    2,107 per sq. mi.

    East Rutland

    4848

    If you travel east of Rutland, you will find lots to do. You can hike Aiken State Forest, which is the home of Bald Mountain — a great vantage point to look down at the surrounding valleys. There are also woodland trails for those who want to explore the forest. If you go further east, you will encounter the town of Woodstock, where you can sit back, relax, and enjoy some delicious food outside with your pawesome pal! White Cottage Snack Bar has delicious burgers and sweet treats, and Soulfully Good Café serves breakfast and lunch staples that will brighten your day.

    Central Rutland

    3636
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    2,107 per sq. mi.

    Central Rutland

    3636

    Central Rutland is a welcoming community that offers much to do for visitors from out of town. Experience the spirit of the Northeast as you stroll through the quaint, historical town blocks. Indulge your taste buds with gourmet cuisine at Baxter’s Restaurant inside Rutland Country Club. The restaurant is open to the public for lunch and dinner, and they have patio seating to accommodate you and your canine companion. While you’re in Central Rutland, you can also check out Pine Hill Park; this park is over 300 acres and contains 16 miles of trails, so you won’t run out of places to explore!

    Wallingford

    2424
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    513 per sq. mi.

    Wallingford

    2424

    Wallingford is a charming, close-knit neighborhood resting about ten miles south of Rutland. It is worth a visit just to take a pleasant stroll through the small-town streets past mom-and-pop stores and the small woods and ponds that dot the area. There is even more to do there, however, including hiking White Rocks National Recreation Area. The area has a number of trails and welcomes four-legged friends if they are leashed. There are some nice local dining options in Wallingford as well: try Sal’s South in the center of town for some great homemade Italian food. They offer outdoor seating to accommodate dog owners!

    West Rutland

    1212
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    2,107 per sq. mi.

    West Rutland

    1212

    West Rutland is another great neighborhood where you and your waggy companion can get a taste of nature. Bird Mountain Wildlife Management Area is the highlight of West Rutland: it spans nearly 800 acres, and the terrain includes former farmland and pastures, as well as the majestic Birdseye Mountain. If hiking the area’s trails works up your appetite, then you’re in luck. Blue Cat Bistro is close by; they serve delectable Italian food like pasta and brick oven pizza, and they have dog-friendly outdoor seating. Note that this is a family-run restaurant, and they are only open for dinner. Their hours are Tuesday through Sunday, 5 pm to 9 pm.

    Proctor

    00
    Population DensityPopulation Density
    2,107 per sq. mi.

    Proctor

    00

    If you travel six short miles north of Rutland along beautiful Otter Creek, you will arrive in the neighborhood of Proctor. Proctor might be a relatively small neighborhood, but there are two great attractions there that you won’t want to miss. The first is Proctor Town Forest, which has superb hiking trails through the scenic wooded valleys that characterize this area. The second is Whipple Hollow Wildlife Management Area. This over 500-acre protected forest is also a fantastic place for hiking and exploring nature. The Castledon River runs through the area and contributes to the authentic Northeastern atmosphere. Both parks welcome dogs as long as they remain leashed.

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