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My name is Nicole, and I am excited to join the Wag team! Whether it be dog sitting, walking or taking care of my own, I’ve had the joy of having dogs surround me all of my life. I love being outdoors and sharing that experience with my four legged friends. Hopefully I get the chance to go on some exciting adventures with your best friend, as well. Can’t wait to meet you!
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Can run with dogs, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
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
Hi everyone, my name is Christian and I am so excited to get to know your dog! I have been around furry animals my whole life, having a Cavalier King Charles spaniel and a Bernese mountain dog that I love taking for walks.
Hi, I'm Kyley and I am an animal lover at heart! I grew up with a dog, Buddy, and we had her for 15 amazing, fun-filled years. I have house-sat for 2 families in the past that included staying with multiple dogs at a time, feeding them, walking them, and making sure they were taken out when they needed to go to the bathroom. I have also volunteered by walking dogs at a local SPCA back home in Pennsylvania. I am an animal lover and currently have 2 dogs and 2 cats with my husband.
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Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Fast walker
“I enjoy spending time with dogs!”
My name is Samanta and Im a high school graduate. I really like animals and I enjoy spending time with them. I have 3 dogs—a golden retriever, a dalmation and a yorkie pomenerian mix. I grew up with lots of dogs including both big and small. I have trained dogs and plan on pursing a profession in dog training. I really look fowards to walking your dog and spending time with them!
Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
Hello, my name is Jaiden! I grew up on the Olympic Peninsula with dogs, cats, horses, and bunnies, and have been dog sitting and dog walking for years. I carry a degree in Human Ecology and spend much of my time making art, riding my bicycle, or homebrewing cider/beer/kombucha. I am looking forward to exploring Seattle with your furry friend!
Port Hadlock-Irondale is a community in Jefferson County that sits on the southern end of Port Townsend Bay, and is just a bone’s throw away from Jefferson County International Airport. Port Hadlock-Irondale and Chimacum create what locals call the “Tri-Area.” In years gone by, this area was a hub for lumber mills and iron production. Today, it is a mixture of residential communities and agricultural land. With access to puptacular outdoor recreation, and its own veterinary clinic, it’s also a great place to raise a four legged family member.
Dogs living in Port Hadlock-Irondale are lucky to have the Anderson Lake State Park right in their own backyard. Make no mistake; your pup will love spending the afternoon in this 476-acre park. As its name suggests, this park’s central feature is Anderson Lake. Boating, fishing, and horseback riding are pupular activities here. However, your pooch will be more interested in the network of trails that weave around the property. Trails range in length and are interconnected, so your pup can create a route that best suits her needs. While the park does provide hours of fun in the sun, it does not have drinking water. So be sure to bring enough H20 to keep you and your furry friend well hydrated.
One thing is for sure, your pup will love spending time in Port Hadlock-Irondale!
This neighborhood is home to a couple puptastic parks that are calling your dog’s name. Irondale Community Park brings out all the town’s athletes. With soccer, football, and baseball fields, as well as a basketball court, it’s easy to see why this park is always busy. When games aren’t in play, your pooch is welcome to romp around the grassy areas. Irondale Beach Park provides a long stretch of sandy beach for your pal to explore, on leash, of course. He can also dip his paws in the Chimacum Creek or search for the perfect piece of driftwood. While roaming around, be sure to check out the ruins of the old Irondale Mill.
Drive across Portage Canal and you’ll come to Indian Island County Park. Your pooch will bark for joy at the chance to spend some time at this pupstaistic park. If she likes feeling the sand beneath her paws, she’s in luck; this park has two miles of beach walking. She’ll keep busy by climbing over driftwood, frolicking in the water, and chasing seabirds. There are also a couple trailheads for some off beach exploring in the upland bluffs. This park is dubbed as the best spot for clamming in the area, and is also a great kayak launch. Picnic facilities and restrooms are available.
Treat your pup to an afternoon in H.J. Carroll Park. Leashed dogs are welcome to enjoy this beautiful 40 acre community park. It’s conveniently located in the neighboring community of Chimacum. With amenities like athletic fields, BMX bike track, a playground, and a disc golf course, this park definitely has something for everyone. There’s also a .6 mile paved walking path that’s perfect for walking your furry friend. After taking a couple laps, stop by the Kul Kah Han Native Plant Garden so your pup can learn about Pacific Northwest plants. Your pal can also ponder on life in the Chimacum Creek Labyrinth, a maze of stones built for meditating.
Everyone knows dogs love tennis balls. But what about… golf balls? Discovery Bay Golf Course is a pet friendly golf course located in Port Townsend. It’s just a quick 10 minute drive from Port Hadlock-Irondale, so pack up your pooch and your clubs and head over. Your furry BFF can tag a long while you spend some time on the fairway. Whether she’s riding along in the cart, sniffing around the green, or chasing a birdie, she’ll have the time of her life just being by your side. You’ll both enjoy stunning views of the Cascade Mountains and Discovery Bay. Now that’s a hole in one!
The Fort Townsend Historical State Park sits right on a Port Townsend Bay beach. It’s located in Port Townsend, and is only 15 minutes north of Port Hadlock-Irondale. Not only is this park a pupperific spot for some doggy cardio, it also holds a unique military history. Fort Townsend was a United State Army site until the barracks burned down in 1895. You pup can learn more about the site by checking out the interpretive plaques on Officer’s Row. The park also six miles of trails that wind through lush ferns and majestic Douglas-fir, hemlock, and cedar trees. This park will definitely make your pup’s tail wag!
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