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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.
“your dog's 2nd favorite human”
My name is Sami and I have had dogs, cats, snakes, birds, lizards, and many other pets my whole life so I have a lot of experience working with all sorts of animals. I also fostered dogs for the Humane Society and absolutely love spending time with animals. I graduated in 2018 from Pacific Lutheran University and am looking to get more connected with the community in this area! Follow @doggos_with_sami on Instagram to learn more about my walks!
Can run with dogs, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
Spring Quarter - Apr to Jun Accepting one-time and recurring walks. Boardings and sittings postponed until winter quarter, or later. Preferences: - Recurring walks T, W, and/or F - One Time walks T, W, Th, and/or F, posted the Sunday before - Walks before noon, Apr to Sep - Walks after noon, Oct to Mar
Can run with dogs, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
“I’m fulfilling my passion working with your babies”
Ever since I was little I have had a passion for animals. As I get older it has grown stronger. I believe my purpose is to be a voice for them. I have rescued and found homes for numerous animals in need. I have leash trained a few dogs to prepare them for their new homes. I have always owned dogs and couldn’t imagine my life without my fur babies. I will love and treat your babies as my own. I look forward to meeting so many new furry friends and their owners!
Dog first aid and/or CPR, Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
“Your Pets Bestfriend”
Hi, Im Kieyana, I was raised with Rottweilers all of my life and began helping with walking and training dogs at 8 yrs old. I have raised and trained dogs from all different sizes and breeds-even traveled to Africa to do so. I double majored at NC State University in Animal Science and Wildlife Management. I have also been a vet tech at Banfield Pet Hospital. I absolutely love the the process of raising a pup and experiencing the love and personalities of all animals.
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
“Professional, reliable, loving care!”
Hi! My name is Camille, an experienced kennel tech, dog walker, volunteer, dog owner, and house sitter. Most of my adult life has been spent working with all types of animals. My ideals align with what it takes to spend all day taking care of pups and ensuring their safety.
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
I have been a dog lover ever since I got my first pug, Monkey. I was born and raised in the Seattle area and love it here. I love taking pups out on long walks so we can both enjoy the outdoors!
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Socially Distanced Pet Care
“Wiggly butts drive me nuts!”
Hello Pet Parents! My name is Angie, and I can't wait to meet your pup! I'm that person who will immediately get down on the ground to love on all things furry before having a proper conversation with their owners, I can't help myself. I have 2 crazy babies of my own. Both rescues, one with severe anxiety bordering on feral, and both over 60lbs. So I'm used to big, crazy, shy furballs that need just a bit more time to feel comfortable. When it comes to dogs, I have all the time in the world!
Oral medicine administration, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Fast walker
My name is Gino. Have been a dog owner for 58 years. Dogs are a constant learning experience. My knowledge of dogs is more street knowledge. They walk me more than I walk them. Every dog is held in full accountability for safety and behavior. Each dog will receive dependable walking care, combined with a lifetime of training and street wisdom. Dogs, and their health, are a life passion.
Dog first aid and/or CPR, Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
Hi! I'm Angie. I grew up in the PNW and have a miniature Sheltie named Auggie. I have been walking and playing with dogs for as long as I can remember. I've volunteered at the Humane Society in Tacoma. I love hiking and mountain climbing so I would love to keep your pup active and healthy while they do the same thing for me! I hope to get the chance to meet your canine best friend and share some happy adventures!
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
I'm currently in love with a rolly pug named Ajax, who I've had the wonderful time of taking care of on a daily basis for the last year. I have a flexible job that allows me to easily walk dogs on your schedule. I come from weightlifting family which includes our animals so keeping up with any size pup is possible.
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
The town of Steilacoom is located in Pierce County, Washington and prides itself in its safe, friendly vibes. Being the oldest incorporated town in Washington, there is a large historic district which only contributes to the small town charm. But this is more than just another small town. From here, you can enjoy gorgeous views of the Olympic Mountains and the Puget Sound. This town is also the proud home to many public parks, making it a sitch to raise a happy, healthy dog here!
One of the favorite parks for residents and their dogs is the Saltars Point Park. This park is stretched out along 500 feet of scenic saltwater shoreline your pup can dip his or her paws in. The park also features a pretty footbridge, restrooms, picnic areas and drinking water. Another pawrific park to pass through on your morning walk with Fido is Charlie’s Park. This small park features wooden steps and benches, with views of the dock below. If you’d like to brush up on Steilacoom’s geographical information, check out the signs posted along the way! Leashed dogs are welcome throughout both of these parks.
If you’re out and about with your pup and you’ve worked up an appetite, no need to worry! The Steilacoom Deli and Pub welcomes dogs on their outdoor patio. This restaurant offers pub food and a charming, “dive” atmosphere.
With some many lovely parks and accessible nature in the area, dog owners love calling Steilacoom home.
The Town Center of Steilacoom is home to many neighborhood hangs for you to check out with your dog. If you are looking to warm your toes (or paws) in the sand, check out the Sunnyside Beach Park! This park is friendly to leashed dogs and offers 1,400 feet of beaches and shoreline. From here, you can enjoy views of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge, and may even spot some jellyfish or seals! This park also has restrooms, drinking water, playgrounds and trails. The scenic Pioneer Park in the same neighborhood has a bandstand overlooking the bay that often hosts wedding ceremonies and free concerts in the summer. This park also welcomes leashed dogs, so why not bring your pup for some free entertainment, or quiet relaxation with bay views?
When you and your wild dog are itching to get back into nature, no need to go far! Right in this neighborhood of Steilacoom, you’ll find Farrell’s Marsh Wildlife Area. This large wildlife reserve features 3,500 feet of shoreline and has even inspired poets, such as the late Hilda Skott. You can wander along the rustic nature trails through the thick woods, and may even spot some owls and blue herons. If a small urban park is more your jam, check out the Webber Court Park in the same neighborhood. This park has a variety of athletic fields, picnic benches and portable toilets. Both of these parks welcome leashed dogs, but don’t forget the waste bags!
Just a short trot over the border into the Steilacoom Park neighborhood of Lakewood, Washington, brings you to a puppy paradise! This neighborhood is home to the Fort Steilacoom Park and Dog Park. The dog park is located along Angle Lane inside Fort Steilacoom Park, and features 22 fenced off acres that are separated into three different areas for glorious off-leash freedom. One of the areas is for smaller breeds, and another has an obstacle course and walking trails. There are waste bags and drinking water available as well. The surrounding area offers tons of opportunities for hiking and exploring with your doggo on leash. There are about 6 miles worth of trails in the park that pass through varying terrains, and offer views of Mount Rainier and the Olympic Mountains.
Just above Steilacoom in the town of University Place, you’ll find another great place for your pooch to have some off-leash freedom and playtime. In the neighborhood of Pioneer sits the Chambers Bay Off-Leash Park and Beach. This dog park is inside the Chambers Creek Regional Park, and just across from the Chambers Bay Golf Course. The park has an off-leash beach area located south of the bridge, where your dog can splash and play. There is also a separate fenced off area for small, shy and senior dogs to play and still feel safe. Waste bags and drinking water are available. In the surrounding area, there is also a paved 3.25 mile pathway around the golf course that’s easy on the paws and the eyes. Your pupper must stay leashed when he’s not in the dog park.
If you and your dog want to take to the sea, hop on one of the ferries from Steilacoom to explore some of the surrounding islands in the Town Center of Lakebay. The ferries depart several times per day year-round for Anderson and Ketron Islands, and allow leashed dogs on the vehicle deck. Once you arrive on Anderson Island, there are several parks to explore. A dog favorite is the Jane Cammon Park. This park is 40 acres and features a network of trails through the woods. You can hike here all year round because it doesn’t have ponds or wetlands. Leashed dogs are welcome to enjoy the park along with their humans, as long as they get picked up after!
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