Dog walking in Ayock

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What is Wag!?

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.

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Jaric AAyock, WA 98555

5.0

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My name is Jaric. I've had a variety of dogs from Pomeranian to Golden retriever so I can handle small get bigger and energetic dogs. I'll make sure that your dogs have tons of fun, get tons of love as if I'm a reflection of their owner. I understand what it means to be a dog parent so I want to treat you with the same respect.

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Can run with dogs, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Fast walker

Artemis RAyock, WA 98555

5.0

(25)

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“Thank you for helping me treat my pups!”

I grew up in Texas on a small farm with mostly horses and dogs. now I'm the person at the party that makes friends with the dog. I have two furbabes, Ruby (12 yrs cairn terrier) and Clover (8 yrs rescue mutt). Every walk with your babies is extra treat funds for my girls! Thank you sincerely for your time, and for letting me meet your wonderful pups.

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Tran HAyock, WA 98555

5.0

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“If u r not covered in dog's hair, ur life's empty”

Hi!! I'm Tran and I'm a lover of all animals big or small. I grew up with dogs, cats, birds and turtles. I currently have 3 pups: a wiener, a shih tzu, and a mastiff. I love them dearly and I enjoy walking or taking them to the park. I would love to meet your babies and make sure they have a good time! I will treat and care for them as my own, and look forward to becoming their friend and helper to whatever they need. Thank you and have a lovely day!

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Can run with dogs, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, Puppy care, Fast walker

Carly WAyock, WA 98555

4.9

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Hi, my name is Carly and I owned a cleaning business for 15 years and took care of all of my furry clients, walking, feeding, watering and most importantly giving loves and playing with them while their owners were away. I currently have an 10 year old Pekingese/Pomeranian named Paris that’s been my best friend since she was 8 weeks old and a half Maine coon cat named Gator. I would love to make your dog my best friend and promise to make your Wag! experience a positive one.

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Breanne SAyock, WA 98555

4.8

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I've been around dogs ever since I was a baby. I am currently the dog mom of an English creme golden retriever and a boxer/pit/cattle dog mix! I love to be active and would love to help your pup get some exercise!

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Can run with dogs, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Noah MAyock, WA 98555

4.8

(19)

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“Trustworthy military pet sitter”

Hello! My name is Noah. I love to keep busy and I love animals. I have an extensive background, not only with animals, but also my work experience in general. Nothing is more important than your trust in me, with your beloved friend. I hope to make the best impression on you and your dog. **info for boarding** I currently live in a home lower level, no dog in the lower level with me, your dog will be the only one!

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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Dog Walking in Ayock

Ayock is a coastal town between Olympic National Forest and Dabob Bay. This quiet spot is perfect for loading up the dogs and heading out to get away from it all. Make Ayock your home base and strike out for adventure. Just pack a first aid kit with you--the nearest vet’s office is in Belfaire, which is 36 miles from Ayock! As long as everyone’s in good health, settle in at Mike’s Beach Resort if you have an RV, as leashed dogs are allowed on the property, though not in the cabins.

Enjoy a meal at Eagle Creek Saloon, located south of Ayock and close to the border with Lilliwaup. This may be your dog’s favorite stop, because not only are dogs welcome to the outdoor tables as long as they stay on leash, but are usually given dog treats, and always have water! You can enjoy burgers, pizza, and salads to go with your pal’s dog biscuit.

If you’re looking for nearby hiking in Olympic National Forest, you’ve come to the right place. Drive in from Ayock and you’ll be close to Elk Head Lower Trailhead. This is a fairly easy hike, with a couple different loops. Ayock is the perfect pitstop along the way to nature, or to relax with your dogs.


Best Dog Neighborhoods in Ayock

North Hoodsport

48
Population Density
3 per sq. mi.

North Hoodsport

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The North Hoodsport area is home to some fur-ific hiking. Only 12 miles northwest of Ayock in the Olympic National Forest, you’ll find the Lena Lake/ Brothers Trailhead. Lace up your boots, clip on your pup’s leash and start making the three mile trek to a beautiful mountain lake. Your pooch will love the majestic old fir trees and soft forest floor. Once you arrive at the lake, find a quiet spot to catch your breath and take in the amazing scenery. This is a pup-ular trail, so you’ll likely have company. Don’t forget to bring plenty of water for you and your furry BFF.


East Hoodsport

36
Population Density
100 per sq. mi.

East Hoodsport

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Next time your pup wants to spend some time outside, head over to East Hoodsport and venture down the Hoodsport Trails. Located between Hoodsport and Lake Cushman in the Hoodsport Trails Park, these trails are pretty easy, and perfect for a lazy afternoon stroll. There are two loop trails, one is half a mile and the other is 1.5 miles. Your canine companion can get his four legs moving in the fragrant forests. He’ll love walking among the alder and conifer trees and will perk his ears up to the sound of chirping birds. The trailhead has a couple picnic tables, so bring your lunch (and a bone for your pup).


West Hoodsport

24
Population Density
1,063 per sq. mi.

West Hoodsport

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Big Creek Campground is only nine miles south of Ayock in West Hoodsport. This dog friendly campground is surrounded by pawsome hikes. For a nice, easygoing walk, follow the Big Creek Campground Trail. It follows the perimeter of the campground and only clocks in at a mile. For a longer hike, check out Upper Big Creek Loop Trail. This four mile loop trail makes its way around the Big Creek Basin. Mount Ellinor is also in the area. The distance to the summit from the lower trailhead is 6.2 miles round trip, while the upper trailhead cuts it down to 3.2 miles.

North Brinnon

12
Population Density
17 per sq. mi.

North Brinnon

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If you have a nature loving pooch on your hands, you have to make a trip up to Dosewallips State Park. Only 16 miles north of Ayock in Brinnon, this puptastic state park showcases the famous natural beauty of Washington. When in this area, your pup will have forests, mountains, rivers and beaches all at the tips of his paws. Walk through moss covered forests and alongside the glacial river. Pet friendly camping is available on the banks of Hood Canal and Dosewallips River.  There is also plenty of hiking. Steam Donkey Trail and Maple Valley Loop are both local favorites. Sounds pawsitively amazing!


West Hamma Hamma

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Population Density
3 per sq. mi.

West Hamma Hamma

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The town of Hamma Hamma is about 15 miles west of Ayock, and offers some beautiful hikes in the Olympic National Forest. Grab plenty of water, leash up your pooch and head over for a pawsome adventure. Jefferson Lake Trail is only about a quarter of a mile, but it leads to a quiet mountain lake with wildlife viewing opportunities. If your pup needs more mileage, check out Jefferson Ridge Trail. It climbs 1.6 miles through fir trees and rhododendrons. Once you get to the ridge, take a minute to gaze at the surrounding mountains. Your furry hiking buddy will feel like she conquered the world!