"Julie is amazing! She is great with our dogs. She was so patient and gentle with Lucy and loves Max and his energy. "
I'm a recent graduate from UW-Madison, looking for pet sitting and dog walking opportunities. I have been pet sitting and dog walking for about 7 years, and have experience with dog breeds of various ages and sizes. I'm comfortable with multiple animals at a time. I have owned Doberman Pinschers throughout my life, so caring for very active and larger adult animals would not be a problem. I'm a responsible, patient, and reliable individual, and am a huge animal lover.
Hi! My name is Emma. I grew up in a small town in western Massachusetts. I've had dogs all my life! My family has rescued dogs multiple times, and I have always been a dog lover. I have dog sat many times, sometimes even up to a week at a time. I decided to work for wag to be able to spend time with my favorite animals! I'm available weekdays at any time for a scheduled walk, but for an on demand walk, I am only free until 10:00 am and after 4:00 pm.
There are a plethora of great reasons to own a pet in Madison, Wisconsin, which is why many of the approximately 240,000 residents own a cat or a dog. Madison has been elected as the number one college sports town in the past and, in general; the citizens are an active bunch. The many dog-friendly attractions this city has to offer naturally makes sense.
Dogs are expected to be just as active as its owners hence there are a large selection of off-leash dog parks in Madison, Wisconsin, and the surrounding area. One of the hidden gems is the dog park at Token Creek Lane. While it takes some effort to find the sheer size of this dog park makes up for it. The dog run also offers an area for small dogs only and agility equipment.
The Warner Dog Park is another highly rated location and is part of the Warner Park. Again, this dog park is very large and offers 8 acres of space where dogs can run wild without being constrained by a leash. There are many grassy areas, and the main attraction is the lagoon where the dogs can take a swim.
There are many other dog parks in Madison, Wisconsin, including the Sycamore Dog Park, Brittingham Dog Park, Quann Dog Park, McCormick Greenway Dog Park, Capital Springs Recreation Area.