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Hi! My name is Dakota, I have lived in Seattle, Washington my whole life and have owned dogs since I was little, and have just recently moved to Bellingham. I currently own 4 dogs, 2 labrador retrievers, a small mixed breed and a large mixed breed dog! I have loved and been around dogs for as long as I can remember. I have lots of expierence with dogs, including taking care of many kinds of dogs for extended periods of time.
Can run with dogs, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
“Energetic, easy going dog walker”
I strongly believe walks are the best way to build a friendly, trusting bond with a dog. I have an anxious minpin back home who I would walk twice daily to help ease his anxiety and get his daily exercise in. Our walks ended up being both of our favorite time of day! I'd love to share that special time with some new canine friends around Bellingham! I used to volunteer at a doggy daycare, and have experience with dogs of all sizes. I promise to keep your pup happy and active while I'm with them!
High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Fast walker
Hello! I'm PJ and I'm a current college student at WWU. I was raised around animals and had a dog from the time she was a puppy to when she grew old. I have been a dog sitter and walker for a number of people in the past and love spending time with dogs!
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
“Keeping pets safe, healthy, and happy for 19 years”
Hello! My name is Jaclyn, and I grew up and worked for a dog kennel for my entire childhood (my family owned one). On the kennel, I helped to board, train, breed, and raise up to 30+ dogs at a time. Because of this I am skilled in handling almost all dog breeds, ages, and sizes. I am also currently progressing my education in veterinary medicine at a Washington institution.
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
Hi! My name is Killian and I just finished college in NY and have returned home to the beautiful PNW in a house with a big fenced-in backyard. I love all animals and crave being around them! I have been described as a dog-whisperer and had two dogs of my own growing up. If it weren’t for traveling often, I would rescue as many dogs as I could take care of! I look forward to taking care of your pup!
“Let’s care for the pups that care for us.”
I am an animal lover and do my best to advocate for our furry friends who can’t speak up for themselves. I have grown up frequently visiting friends and family members with dogs of all sizes and breeds (from yorkies to golden retrievers to pit bulls). I will never discriminate against any dog breed as every stereotyped dog I have ever met (like pit bulls and dobermans) has been extremely sweet and playful.
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Oral medicine administration, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
I am a college student who loves dogs. I have had a shepard blue heeler since I was 11 year old and have been walking him all my life. I have also done dog walking and pet sitting for neighbors my whole life. I really enjoy outdoor activities and love to be active as often as possible.
The unincorporated community of Olga is located along Buck Bay on Orcas Island in San Juan County. This waterfront town is surrounded by fields and forest that offer wonderful places to explore with your pup. There's a county park and a preserve here. The nearest veterinarian is in Eastsound , about eight miles north of Olga.
Take your special pal on a pawtastic adventure in Obstruction Pass State Park. Hike along the trail in this 80-acre forest to the bluff overlooking the beach. Dogs are permitted on the trail and inland, but not in swimming areas. Be sure to pick up after your pup and pack some water for your trip.
Just northeast of Olga, you and Fido can explore the Coho Preserve. There's a rustic trail that loops around this 24-acre natural area. Watch for wildlife like raptors, trout, and a variety of songbirds as you hike along Cascade Creek with your special buddy.
Another wonderful area to explore with your four-footed friend is Turtleback Mountain Preserve. This 1,718-acre facility has a few hiking trails that offer scenic views of the area and nearby islands. Dogs are allowed to join you on a leash. Bring plenty of water for you and your pal.
Olga provides easy access to a range of dog-friendly outdoor activities on Orcas Island.
The small town of Olga includes private residences, a cafe, and a community center. In this area, you can walk along quiet country roads or head to the bay with your pup. Take Fido to Olga County Park on the east side of the bay and walk along the beach. Dogs on a leash are permitted to join you here. Remember to bring along some water and a bag to pick up your pal's waste. If you want to launch out into the water with your furry friend, head across the bay to the public dock at Olga Marine State Park.
Doe Bay, located 3.6 miles northeast of Olga on the eastern shore of Orcas Island, is a small community with some private residences and a vacation resort. This area provides access to a furiffic trail. Take your special pal hiking on the Twin Lakes to Mount Constitution trail. Start on the western shore of Mountain Lake and hike through the forests to reach Twin Lakes. Take the steeply ascending pathway to the summit to catch amazing views of Northern Orcas Island. Dogs are permitted on the trail as long as they're on a leash and you clean up after them. Remember to bring water for you and your pooch.
About 4.6 miles north of Olga, you'll find the quiet bayside town of Rosario. This residential and tourist community is nestled between Cascade Bay and Cascade Lake. You can take your pup to the Cascade Lake Trail near the southend campgrounds on the lake's southern shore. Hike through the forest around the perimeter. If you want to get on the water with your canine companion, head to the day use area to launch your boat. Dogs are permitted on the trail as long as they're restrained by a leash and you pick up after them. Make sure to bring water for your trip.
The neighborhood of Eastsound is located at the top of Eastsound Bay on Orcas Island. This is a mixed zone area with educational facilities, residential areas, and some small businesses. For a peaceful walk through the woods with your four-footed pal, head to Crescent Beach Preserve, located on Crescent Beach Drive, and hike the Woodland Trail through this natural area. The pupful path will take you and your pal through forestland, wetlands, and an orchard area. Dogs on a leash are permitted in the preserve. Remember to bring along some water for you and your pup and to clean up any waste.
West Beach is an area with private residences and vacation properties located on the western shore of Orcas Island. This quiet community, sandwiched between the waterfront and woodlands, is about 11.3 miles from Olga. From West Beach, you and Fido can head northeast a few miles to explore Judd Cove Preserve. The 11-acre facility is a pupcredible place to view wildlife. You and your furry friend will be able to investigate woodlands, wetlands, and the shoreline. Dogs can join you in the preserve provided they're under your control and you clean up their droppings. Make sure to pack some water for you and your pal.
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