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Hello! My name is Brett and I look forward to becoming friends with your dog and give them all my attention. Thank you for trusting me and I will make sure to make your pet as happy and comfortable as possible!
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“Not to brag, but I can make tails wag!”
This past year I worked at a small pet store and walked dogs at an animal shelter where I used calm, assertive body language to establish trust quickly with new dogs and read their energies to make the walk a pleasant experience. I am an experienced Wag walker and anyone who has worked with me can attest to my calm, but energetic personality and professional work ethic. I want to assure you that I am covid cautious and stay at home outside of Wag walks and will always wear a mask in your home.
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Can run with dogs, Fast walker
Hi y'all! My name is Julia and I am here to help you and your four legged friend! I dog walked/sat for friends and family and now I've expanded to customers in my college years. I have cared for dogs of all shapes and sizes, from great Danes and giant schnauzers to Labs and dachshunds. I do my best to get to know each dog's personality and I hope to meet you and yours soon!
Ever since I was a child I have had a special place in my heart for animals of all kinds. I currently share my home with two cats and two dogs and I wouldn’t have it any other way. I would love to give my extra time to your pets too!
Hello, my name is Kim Denis and I LOVE dogs of all sizes. I have had at least one dog in my family for the majority of my life. My husband and I currently own two dogs. My husband and I fostered dogs for about two years. While I enjoyed doing this it was always tough letting dogs go when we had fostered the dogs for several months. I am also willing to dog sit.
Fond du Lac is a lakeside town which means "Foot of the Lake", explaining its southern location along Lake Winnebago. The city has been around for centuries, and has experienced significant population increases during the late 1800s due to the influx of milling and logging industries. A historical feature that still exists today is the love the city puts into taking care of their four-legged residents by maintaining multiple dog-friendly parks, and offering eight veterinarians.
The cities most known park is Lakeside Park, a 400-acre park that rests on the shore of the lake. The large area has lots of features for everyone, including fenced-in baseball fields and soccer fields, picnic areas, forested trails, multiple fishing piers, a boat launch, and picnic pavilions for visitors. Dogs can have a great time at the park thanks to the Lakeside Dog Park, which hosts a fenced-in dog run next to the river, made up of lush lawn and plenty of trees and includes amenities like clean-up stations, water fountains, benches, and picnic tables.
The Buttermilk Creek Park has an expansive open field for dogs to run around and play in. The park also includes paved walkways, fenced-in tennis courts, basketball courts, a playground, two baseball fields, and two pavilions. Dogs must be on a leash inside this park, but can run, play, or take a stroll under the trees. Additional features include water fountains, clean-up stations, nighttime lights, trash bins, and benches.
Whether you're looking for a small park to play with Fido or a larger outdoor area to spend the day with man's best friend, Fond du Lac makes sure to provides it and more for you and your pup.
West Fond Du Lac is a rural and residential community in the middle of town, with old farmlands and homes. The best park inside the community is FIDO (Friends in Dog Ownership) Park, a dog park that dedicates an area for dogs to play and run around off-leash. The area is mostly fenced-in, but has open areas, so keep an eye on your pup when you enjoy park features like benches, picnic tables, water fountains, and clean-up stations. Residents can also take their pup to Playmore Park, a cute little open spark with trees that line the edges, an enclosing walkway, a ballfield, and a picnic area with pavilion. Dogs have plenty of space to run or go for a walk in this park, with amenities like water fountains, clean-up stations, and trash bins.
E Scott Street is a small and quiet residential community on the north side of town, at the water's edge. The park of choice for most residents is Adelaide Park that provides multiple features. The park has a spacious field with vibrant grassy terrain and a fishing pond with a boat launch. There are paved walkways, enclosed tennis courts, a skatepark, playground, and a picnic pavilion to enjoy. Dogs do have to be on a leash, but owners can enjoy water fountains, benches, and nighttime lights. Down the street is the A&W Root Beer Drive-In, an American fare casual eatery with outdoor dog-friendly seating and complimentary water for pups.
Central Fond Du Lac is a bustling neighborhood with rows of residential homes and shopping districts. In the center of the community is Hamilton Park, a shady area located next to a creek. There are has open fields, paved trails and shaded sitting areas to enjoy. There are basketball courts, a pond for fishing, a playground, water fountains, benches, and a pavilion for picnics. Dogs can play in the park or take a stroll on the trail, as long as they remain on a leash. Taylor Park is another dog-friendly park inside the community that has a poo,l and although the pool is off limits to pups, the area still offers a vast area to play in. The area is mostly covered in trees, with enclosed tennis courts, a playground, benches, and looping paved path.
Woodward is a residential community with multiple school districts and some shopping centers. The area still has some great parks for people and pups, like McDermott Park. The park is open with pretty trees and views of the creek to the west. There is a fenced-in baseball field, two softball fields, enclosed tennis courts, paved walkways, and benches scattered throughout the park. Dogs do have to be on a leash inside the park, and you'll need to remember to bring your own clean-up bags. South from the park is Russell Park, a small area that's surrounded by trees and doesn't require pups to be on a leash. The area offers two baseball fields, swingsets, and a playground with picnic tables.
The southern residential community of Lallier Park is named after the gorgeous park in the center of the area. The park, Lallier Park, is a narrow park squished between a creek and the road, with space to play on green lawn and a .7-mile looping trail to walk Fido on. The park is half shaded by large oak trees, with a playground, a pavilion, picnic tables, benches, and water fountains available to leashed pups. Brookfield Park is a rural park on the south side of the neighborhood, with an open field and forested trails. Although you'll have to remember to bring water and clean-up bags, dogs do not have to be on a leash inside the park.
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