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Hi! I'm Ryan. I have a great love for pets and prefer their company to humans. I currently own a goofy border terrier mix I moved here from Arizona (he's not too happy about the snow!); and a cat I rescued 15 years ago from the Humane Society when I volunteered there. My love of animals, passion for staying fit and being outdoors makes this the best job I could ask for. I look forward to meeting your pup and taking the best care of them I can!
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Hi, I'm Elli. I'm currently a student at a University in Denver, but grew up in Minnesota around dogs my whole life! I have a 10 year old Newfie now, Brom, and we used to have a little Cairn Terrier named Gabby! I've done a lot of pet-sitting, including a recurring job for an adorable dog named Luka, who is the sweetest and most energetic dog I've ever met. I've also walked neighborhood dogs and taken care of people's animals while they were out of town. One thing I miss the most since moving to Denver is walking my dog, so I would be thrilled to walk yours!
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Hello there! My name is Jessy, and I recently moved to Rhode Island for law school. I have always grown up with dogs in my family. In addition, I have dog sat (boarded and stayed at the homeowners house), walked, bathed/brushed, fed, cared for multiple dogs. I absolutely love dogs, and would eventually love to adopt my own pup in the city. I can't wait to meet your pooch and give it all my love!
Hi! I'm Maggie. I have over 20 years of experience with dogs in a personal and professional setting. I've worked with several dog rescues fostering dogs and transporting adopted dogs to their new homes. I've also personally trained 6 of my own dogs and worked with other peoples dogs at Doggy Daycare. I have a passion for all animals but a specific place in my heart for canines.
Centuria is a small village in Polk County. This rural community is conveniently located within 25 miles of several outdoor recreational facilities that you and Fido can explore together. If you're looking for a veterinarian to care for your furry friend, you'll find one in town.
For a great place to go walking in the woods with your pooch, head about seven miles southwest to Regal Park in Saint Croix Falls. There's a hiking trail through this facility that you and Fido can use. Make sure that you keep your dog on a leash and that you clean up any waste.
Another trail in the Saint Croix area is the Ice Age National Scenic Trail. This pawesome trail stretches for almost 1,200 miles. The western end starts by the St. Croix River and winds through the city before heading north and east. Dogs must be on a leash no longer than eight feet.
Plan a day hike with your four-footed pal through forest, prairie, wetland, and farmland. Connect to Stower Seven Lakes Trail just outside of Dresser and follow this crushed stone rail-trail southeast toward Amery. You can park at Lotus Lake Park, about 9.2 miles southwest from Centuria. Dogs on a leash up to eight feet long can join you, provided that you pick up their droppings.
Located in rural northwestern Wisconsin, the village of Centuria provides access to several parks and trails that allow dogs on a leash.
Centuria is an unincorporated community with single-family homes, a community park, and some small businesses. There are peaceful roads here where you and your fur baby can go for a walk or jog together. There's a furrific trail that passes through the northwest corner of town. Connect to the Gandy Dancer Trail for a hike through farmland and forest. This crushed stone pathway stretches from Saint Croix Falls to Danbury, MN. Enjoy walking through small towns and countryside with your special pal. Dogs on a leash are permitted to join you here. Remember to bring water and waste bags with you.
The unincorporated area of Lamar is a far northeastern suburb of Saint Croix Falls. This little community has a few private residences that are surrounded by farmland. You and Fido will have ample space to go hiking along country roads here. For a pawtastic adventure with Spot, head about seven miles southwest to Wisconsin Interstate Park. This facility on the St. Croix River has over nine miles of hiking trails. Dogs are welcome to join here you as long as they're on a leash that's no longer than eight feet. Make sure you bring water and waste bags for your outing.
The small village of Lykens in Balsam Lake is about six miles southeast of Centuria. This area includes private residences and farmettes. You can take a walk down country roads with your pooch here. For a special treat, take your boat and Fido to Long Lake Park. Launch out in the water from the public dock to enjoy a day of fishing with your special pal. There's a picnic area on shore that you can use after you've caught your limit. Dogs need to be under control and on a leash. Make sure you clean up any messes when you visit this facility.
The Balsam Lake neighborhood is located about 5.4 miles east of Centuria. This community features single-family homes and a main street commercial area. Here, you can enjoy a stroll down streets near the lake. If you want to go exploring in the woods with your four-footed pal, check out the Park Dever Trail System just north of town. This multi-use pathway winds past the Balsam Branch Creek and through the countryside. Dogs on a leash can join you on the public trail. Remember to bring water and waste bags with you so that you can clean up after your canine pal.
The neighborhood around North Day Road in Saint Croix Falls is about 6.8 miles southwest of Centuria. This residential area includes single-family homes and the county fairgrounds. There are streets with wooded lots here that offer a peaceful setting for a daily walk with your pup. To treat Spot to some off-leash play time with other pooches, take him to the St. Croix Falls Dog Park on Louisiana Street. There is a fenced section located just south of the fairgrounds where you can let your furry friend run. The park includes waste bags and receptacles where you can dispose of your dog's droppings.
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