Dog walking in McCleary

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Azaelea RMcCleary, WA 98557

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“Rain or Shine, it’s Dog Walk Time!”

My name is Azaelea. I have 2 sweet, loyal and loving companions of my own, named The Beast, and Fiona Darling - their care is my top priority. I have had dogs my entire life, and for the last 10+ years I have walked, watched, boarded, as well as rescued and re-homed many dogs along the way. I have learned that I value spending time with dogs more than I could have ever known, and that dog owners value the care of their dogs more than anything. I look forward to spending time with your dog!

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

Olivia SMcCleary, WA 98557

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Hi! I'm Olivia. I am a student at SPSCC and the proud mom of a wonderful golden retriever, Gracie. I've had dogs my entire life, and can honestly say nothing makes me happier. I can't wait to meet your dog!

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Ngoc HMcCleary, WA 98557

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I have a bachelor’s degree in biology which I hope to apply towards veterinary school. I was raised with many dogs in my family and currently my husband and I have a Jindo named Lucky. My love for dogs extends beyond my own so I volunteered with the Houston SPCA in Texas. Now in Olympia, Washington, I look forward to caring for your best friends.

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Bridgette MMcCleary, WA 98557

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“Dependable, Cheerful, And Loves Animals”

I love to take long walks on the beach (with your dog) and play fetch with sticks!. I always carry a pop up water bowl and extra potty break bags, along with a puppy first aid kit. If you forget your leash, don’t worry! I carry an extra in my backpack. If your dog doesn’t like walks, I have organic peanut butter and bacon treats that can inspire the most resistant pooch. Your doggie is in great hands.

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Dog first aid and/or CPR, Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience

Emily BMcCleary, WA 98557

4.9

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Hello! My name is Emily! I'm so excited to take your dog on grand adventures in the city. I recently moved to New York from Washington and miss my dog, Sadie (Australian Sheppard) quite a lot. I am thrilled to walk the streets of NYC with some new canine pals!

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Haleigh SMcCleary, WA 98557

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“Dog hair is my glitter.”

Chihuahua or Great Dane, energetic puppy or slow-going senior - it makes no difference to me. I’ve walked them all. I’ll treat your pup as if they were my own.

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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

Joseph JMcCleary, WA 98557

4.9

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Hi! My name is Joseph and am originally from the East Bay region, but currently live in the the Midtown neighborhood of Sacramento, California. I hold a degree in graphic design from IADT and often do freelance shirt and flyer designs for local bands. Coming from a family of animal lovers, I've been surrounded by all kinds of animals during my life, and dogs are certainly no exception. Having raised rescues almost exclusively throughout my life, I can say I have learned to understand a variety of different needs and personalities that animals may possess, as well as how to be respectful towards the animals feelings or temperament. Big or small, vibrant or calm, I love each any every one of them and nothing makes my day more than meeting a new four legged friend. I hope to make a lasting friendship with both you and your pup soon!

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Jessica CMcCleary, WA 98557

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Hi, my name is Jess! I've grown up surrounded by family pets, and going on to adopt some of my own. I love meeting, spending time, and caring for dogs. So much, that I went on a volunteer trip to Nepal this past January to give my time at a dog shelter in Kathmandu. Dogs are like our children, and I believe they should be treated with the love and respect as everyone else deserves!

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Louis BMcCleary, WA 98557

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I am a 21 year old college student from San Francisco, and lifelong dog lover. I have a dog who I often take on adventures, usually parks or the beach. I enjoy dog walking almost as much as the dogs do, and am experienced with all kinds of breeds. I have done some work with Rocket Dog Rescue in SF, and have worked as a dog handler and kennel tech.

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Stacy WMcCleary, WA 98557

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“Stacy Walker the Dog Walker :)”

Hello! I'm Stacy. I've been walking dogs for 2+ years. I've been working with dogs and horses my whole life! I work extremely well with hyper, bigger dogs that tend to pull on the leash. I also know how to care for special needs and elderly dogs very well. I truly love making connections with new doggies and gaining their trust. I always give detailed reports for each dog walk with A LOT of adorable photos!

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Dog Walking in McCleary

McCleary, Washington is a small but densely populated city located in Grays Harbor County. The city covers an area of about two square miles. There is one animal clinic found here in case your dog needs a little help feeling her best during your stay. The city is located at the intersection of two major highways, so many parts of town will be quite busy during high traffic times. If traveling around McCleary by car with your dog, give yourself some extra time to get around if you will be on the road during rush hours. There are two restaurants in town with outdoor seating if you happen to find yourself hungry while out and about with your pup.

Locals with dogs in McCleary can be seen walking the busy streets with them throughout the day. You will want to make sure you have a short leash with you if your dog is easily excited or upset by other dogs passing by. This can make McCleary a great city to take your dog to test his socialization and listening skills while on leash. Dogs must always be on leash when in town, and licensing your pets is also required. Keep your dog’s rabies tags on their collar to avoid any problems with local laws. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in McCleary

North McCleary

48
Population Density
800 per sq. mi.

North McCleary

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North McCleary, Washington, is right on the edge of town near highway 108. The northern part of McCleary is a wonderful place to start your day with a walk with your dog. You can start with a stroll through the scenic residential streets where you can admire the unique homes while your dog admires the unique squirrels. In the northeast corner of this neighborhood, you will find a handful of small lakes that you and your dog can explore. Just be sure to bring the waste bags with you and be mindful to leave things just as you found them. 

Central McCleary

36
Population Density
800 per sq. mi.

Central McCleary

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Central McCleary is the hub of this small Washington town. You can start your day here walking with your dog along the East Fork Wildcat Creek which is as spectacular as its name suggests! Your dog can run and splash all along this natural source of entertainment all morning long. The perfect oasis for hot days, the creek feeds into a wide lake where you can relax by the bank with a delightful book and a great pup by your side! You will need dry, clean towels and drinking water to dry off and re-hydrate during your visit to this part of McCleary. 

West McCleary

24
Population Density
800 per sq. mi.

West McCleary

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West McCleary is the pawfect place if you find yourself looking for a relaxing part of town with plenty of sights and smells for your dog. This neighborhood is mostly open land with a few houses here and there, so your drive over to this side of town will leave you with plenty of fresh air and open spaces to take in before finding a good parking spot. You will need to keep your dog on leash while in this neighborhood, but there is plenty of room for both of you to walk and play all day! Just don’t leave your waste bags in the car. 

East McCleary

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Population Density
800 per sq. mi.

East McCleary

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East McCleary is a happening little part of town where your dog will love to get out of the car and stretch his legs. This side of McCleary is home to a gorgeous park called Beerbower Park. Beerbower is green and well-kept park that is simply pawfect for families with pets. Your dog will need to stay close to you on a leash if the park is busy. With events going on here every few weeks, there is sure to be something worth seeing in this area during your stay. Most of the park is covered in grass, but some areas are mulch, especially near the playground equipment. 

South McCleary

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Population Density
800 per sq. mi.

South McCleary

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South McCleary is where most of the city’s residents own property. The residential streets here are a sight for sore eyes and paws. You can take a leisurely walk through the neighborhood if you would like to get a feel for the friendly atmosphere found there. Just don’t be surprised if you encounter many other dog owners on your walk, just make sure everyone minds their manners and your dog is sure to make some new friends. Always make sure you are stocked up on waste bags in residential areas out of respect for the people and pups who live there.