Dog walking in Langley

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Randi PLangley, WA 98260

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Hi, my name is Randi and I live in South Edmonds. I am originally from Seattle and have lived with pets, mostly dogs and cats all of my life. I currently live with one 12 year old Golden Retriever and three cats. I am also a certified nursing assistant and I find getting outdoors on a dog walk a beneficial and healthy break from my daily routine.

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Julie WLangley, WA 98260

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Hello, My name is Julie. I truly enjoy spending time with dogs. I have a dog training certificate and have worked as a dog trainer in the past. I have volunteered at PAWs as a dog walker. I enjoy staying active, walking, bicycling, spring and summer hiking and kayaking. I am looking forward to spending time with your dog and will give your dog the care and love that I give my own. **I HAVE MOVED TO Kingston, WA . Now walking in Kingston and surrounding area.

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Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, Training experience

Elizabeth GLangley, WA 98260

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Hi! My name is Liz. I am a life-long dog lover and I grew up with dogs, have helped neighbors out by walking their dogs for them and loved every minute of it. I also worked in a pet supply store for six years assisting customers with training tips, halter fittings, behavioral issues and tips on nutrition and food safety. I also clipped nails and fit halters regularly. I love dogs and nothing makes me happier than seeing them happy and well cared for.You can be sure that I will always give my fullest effort to creating a joyful time and fully exercise your dog for his increased health and happiness.

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Jacquelyn MLangley, WA 98260

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Hello, I'm Jacquelyn and I would love to meet your fur-baby! I've shared my heart and home with many animals over the years and plan to continue doing this for the rest of my life! I have dog/animal sat many times, for many years, for handfuls of people who trust me with their furry friends (and homes). Some even call me The Animal Whisperer. I've volunteered as a Dog Walker, Cat Kennel Tech, Matchmaking Assistant, and Animal Care Specialist with the animal shelter NOAH. I am wonderful with animals and believe each one has it's own unique personality and soul that deserves to be loved and well taken care of to ensure the animal flourishes and has the best life possible.

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Tia BLangley, WA 98260

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“I will care for your pup like my own ♥️”

Hi there, I am a fun loving, outgoing mother of a 13 year old and 2 doggies that i love dearly! I have owned dogs my entire life and have experience with all ages and breeds. I also have been dog sitting for friends and relatives for years! Your best friend will be in great hands while we are on our walk.

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

Terri WLangley, WA 98260

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Dogs know that the purpose of life is for exploring, playing and building relationships. I connect well with dogs and will be able to engage with the needs of your pet. I have experience in pet sitting and have taken courses in animal first aid, dog massage and animal assisted therapy. I am looking to expand my long list of experiences with dog friends and look forward to enjoying walking and talking with your dog.

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Pam MLangley, WA 98260

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I am currently volunteering at NOAH animal shelter as a dog walker. Occasionally, I will brush the dogs and feed them. I have volunteered at NOAH for 1 1/2 years. I have owned a dog or 2 dogs most of my life.

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Harvey JLangley, WA 98260

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“I’m an experienced dog walker”

I am an active retiree and walk and workout several times a week. I walk my son and daughter in laws Rottweiler, Chow mix. This female dog is very hyper and strong. While walking her I've encountered many difficult and dicey situations. She is a very family friendly dog. I walk her a lot. She is very strong and active. I walk a lot in all kinds of weather. I would enjoy the companionship while walking other people's dogs.

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Alea CLangley, WA 98260

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My name is Alea Christiansen and i'm a lifelong dog lover. I grew up with two large dogs of my own and have worked as a house-sitter and caretaker for dogs of all sizes and breeds. I am a responsible and knowledgeable dog person and I can assure you that your dog will be in good hands.

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Danielle DLangley, WA 98260

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Dogs have been my life since a young age. As soon as I was old enough I started volunteering at a shelter, and pet setting for friends. I have worked as a Dog walker in Seattle and am a certified Veterinary Assistant through PIMA medical. I also have experience working at Doggy Daycares, and I love every four legged friend I meet! I would love the chance to become friends with your best friend, and be an amazing employee for you!

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Dog Walking in Langley

The historic city of Langley, Washington was incorporated in February of 1913. This city was founded by Jacob Anthes in the late 1800’s. In the early 1900’s, Mr. Anthes built a logging bunkhouse here, which is still standing today and currently serves as a history museum. Be sure to check it out while you're here! (Dogs, unfortunately, aren't allowed in, though.)

But Langley has a couple of dog-friendly spots to please your pooch! If you're feeling a little hungry, you'll be happy to know there are four Fido-friendly restaurants located in this city. They are all dog friendly and provide outdoor seating for all of the customers, especially owners who bring their canine friends with them! There are a variety of cuisines to choose from, and all of the wait staff at each establishment is very friendly and accommodating to your pooch. 

A great restaurant to check out is The Braeburn Restaurant, which has a beautiful garden patio which welcomes pooches to enjoy breakfast, lunch, or dinner. You and your pooch will love the seaside view and quiet atmosphere here! Another great spot to check out is the South Whidbey Commons. This establishment has a more casual atmosphere and a little bookstore. You can grab a small entree and relax with your pooch while reading a great novel. No matter what type of food you are in the mood for, you're sure to find whatever you're craving in Langley!

This small town doesn't have a lot of other amenities for dogs, but you will certainly find more activities, such as restaurants, trails to hike, parks, and many other fun opportunities for adventure, just a short drive from Langley.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Langley

Log Boom Park

48
Population Density
4,503 per sq. mi.

Log Boom Park

48

This neighborhood has the perfect trail for you and your pooch to explore. This neighborhood is located about 35 miles from Langley, Washington and is home to the Burke-Gilman Trail. This 18.8-mile paved trail is part of the Rails-To-Trails Conservancy. This is a fairly easy, scenic hike with lots of nature and wildlife to see along the way. If you work up a sweat on the trail, let your pup dip his paws in the river here. You will want to bring water and supplies for cleaning up after your furry friend. Grab your pup's leash and head out for a fun day of adventure!

Bayview Rd

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,052 per sq. mi.

Bayview Rd

36

This pawtastic neighborhood has a great park for you and your pooch to play in. The Marguerite Brons Memorial Park is an off-leash, fenced dog park with a big grassy area for your pooch to romp and roll around in. The park provides fresh water for your canine pal at the water station. There are plenty of benches and trees that will help shade you and your pup from the sun. Picnic shelters and night lighting are extra amenities available at this park.. Before you leave, leash up your pup and head into the wooded area of the park to see how many of the trails you can tackle.

East Riverside Dr

24
Population Density
3,866 per sq. mi.

East Riverside Dr

24

If you and your pooch are looking for a trail to hike while relaxing in nature, this furrific neighborhood has just the trail for you! The Sammamish River Trail is part of the Rails-To-Trails Conservancy program and used to be an old rail line along with a levee trail system that was once used for draining the swamp area. This trail is located 25 miles from Langley, Washington, but the breathtaking views along the trail make the drive worth it! This paved, 11-mile trail is fairly easy to hike, and meanders through farmland, vineyards, and even some riverside parks. Be sure to bring water and supplies for cleaning up, and don’t forget to grab your pup’s leash.

Arboretum Dr

12
Population Density
641 per sq. mi.

Arboretum Dr

12

This pawesome neighborhood is located about 35 miles from Langley, Washington and is home to a beautiful park. The Washington Park Arboretum is located here and is a fascinating place for you and your pup to be. They do ask that your canine pal stays on a leash while visiting. This park has many trails for you and your furry friend to try your paws at. If your pooch wants to lay down or roll around, he'll find plenty of grassy areas here to do just that! You'll also find an easily accessible lake here where your pup can wet his paws. Seating and shade trees are provided for your comfort, but you will want to pack water and supplies for cleaning up after your pal.

Northwest Snohomish

0
Population Density
284 per sq. mi.

Northwest Snohomish

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This dog-friendly neighborhood, located about 24 miles from Langley, is a great place for you and your pooch to burn off some energy. Here, you'll find a puptastic trail to hike with your pal. Snohomish County Centennial has a paved walkway and stretches across 30 miles This trail is fairly easy to navigate and is mainly flat terrain. As you walk, you can marvel at the beauty of the farmland and meadows you'll pass. There are benches along the way, as well as plenty of shade trees. Your furry friend is sure to love sniffing out all the new scents he'll find along the way! Lace up your best hiking shoes, and head on out to enjoy a relaxing day with your canine friend.