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Hi my name is Mary. I live the Knoxville / Brunswick area of Maryland. I absolutely love dogs and taking care of them. I have three dog myself and can't get enough of them! I'd love to walk your dog or even dogs! My hours are flexible and just can't wait to get started walking your furry baby.
Top Pet Caregiver
“Putting a smile on every dog and pet owner!”
Hi, my name is Kara and I absolutely love all kinds of dogs! I have experience caring for small and large dogs. I have grown up with Rottweilers and labs my whole life and have been pet sitting/walking dogs for about 10 years. I able to groom, walk, feed, play and care for your pet(s) anytime. If you have any further questions please let me know!
Socially Distanced Pet Care
Can run with dogs, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
My name is Gale and I love dogs! I adopted my first dog when I was about 6 years old, and I have taken care of dogs ever since! I currently own three dogs. One is a maltese, one is a maltipoo, and the third is a golden retriever. I am willing to work with any dog, no matter how difficult. I do not scare very easily. My hours are very flexible.
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care
Hi! I’m Kirbi! I’m 29 and I am a dependable, reliable and trustworthy person! I love dogs which is why I wanted to join Wag! I have experience with all breeds and have dealt with all personalities of dogs. I absolutely love what I do and I wouldn’t trade it for anything. Growing up I had a Pekingese, Pomeranian, Pug mix. I also used to have a Golden Retriever! I can’t wait to meet and walk your dog!
Socially Distanced Pet Care
I am a lifetime dog lover and and current Dog Walking professional in the Alexandria and Washington DC area. I have one year of experience in Dog Walking, and twenty-two years of experience as a Dog Owner. I am excellent with dogs of all types and sizes, and look forward to befriending yours!
Top Pet Caregiver
High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care
“Walking to keep you wagging!”
I am an avid dog lover that can assure YOU that I will treat your “babies” like they are my own, not only because I am an animal lover but it’s because how I would want my “baby or “babies” treated!! As I grew up, I rarely had a moment without an animal in the house!! I have lived and worked with all kinds of breeds of dogs from Dobermans to poodles!! I’ve grown a love for pets and and now feel I can easily grow a bond with almost any animal. This job grants me just that opportunity!!
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
Hi! My name is Hannah. I am a senior at the University of Maryland studying biochemistry. I love dogs and am excited to meet lots of new, fun personalities! I have lived in a town outside of Frederick, MD my whole life. I grew up with a rescue border collie (and cats) and learned to love an respect animals at an early age.
Top Pet Caregiver
“Dog mom of 2 and love the outdoors!”
Hey there! My name's Megan, and I have two big dogs of my own named Daisy and Beau. I like to stay active and I love animals, so this job is the perfect fit for me. Your dog's safety and well-being are of the utmost importance to me, and I'll be sure to send picture and text updates to keep you in the loop. If you have any more questions, feel free to ask away!
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Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
“Professional Pet-sitting Business Owner”
First of all, I adore giving the dogs a lot of attention. I always love the animals, especially dogs. I don’t mind having them being all over me. My first dog named Cubby passed away 4 years ago. He was 9 years old. He was pit bull mixed. Shortly after, I decided to rescue an adult dog named Teddy Bear. He’s American Bulldog mixed with Lab. He was abused by a 10 year old girl with a broomstick. His face was a mess. Even though he was abused, he is a very sweet furbaby! He loves all the people and dogs. I have taught him the sign language. I literally sign to my Teddy Bear. He actually does understand me. For example, the signs (words) that my dog understands, “camping, no, sit, stay, bad, good, drive, walk, potty, eat, treat, come, wait, swim, and so on.” I have a special connection with the dogs because I am deaf. We don’t use the voice to communicate. So, I truly understand their barrier communication with the loved ones. We rely on a sense of intuition to get through everything in life. I truly enjoy walking/hiking with the dogs. I just love to see their tails wagging excitedly! That’s the best part about taking them out for a walk. I’m looking forward to dog walk/dog sit your dogs.
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
Charles Town is nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains on the eastern end of West Virginia. It is a small city surrounded by scenic views and lots of nature, a true dog-lover’s destination, as dogs are welcome anywhere outdoors on leash. It is also near several communities that offer dog-friendly activities, including Harper’s Ferry, Bolivar, and Ranson. It has a strong connection to the General Washington family, because George’s youngest brother Charles created the plan for the city, oversaw its development, and lived here with his wife Mildred until his death.
Charles Town boasts Willingham Knolls Park, a 66-acre swathe of land reserved for passive use that is a popular destination for dog lovers and their pups. It features a .7-mile paved walkway that meanders across open green lawns, through mature shade trees and alongside a small brook said to lead to a large, 3-room cave where George Washington’s Masonic Order secretly met in the organization’s early days. This could be a great place for Fido to “sniff out” this hidden spot. There are benches along the path, and footbridges crossing over Evitts Run as it courses through the park. Nature and intrigue! Woofderful!
If you’re staying in the area overnight and looking for a place for you and your fur-pup to sleep, the Motel 6 in Charles Town is the place. Conveniently located just east of town on Route 51, rooms are reasonable and up to 2 dogs can stay for a small additional rate.
Charlestown is worth a visit, and worth staying at least a couple of days! Pawsome!
The downtown area of Charles Town has been laid out with neat, manicured streets and multiple historical homes and museums. It is also home to the Evitts Run Park, 2 acres featuring playgrounds and basketball/mixed-use courts just made for family fun, including Fido, who must be on leash. While the kids play, take a stroll around the grounds and view the lovely landscaping, or have a sit on one of the benches provided. You can fish in Evitts Run, then grill your catch (or something else, if your lucky charm doesn’t work that day) to enjoy with your fur-buddy at one of the picnic tables in the pavilion, or on a bench or blanket. Also in the City Center is Jefferson Memorial Park, a 12-acre expanse of green with a hard-surface walking trail, sports facilities and playgrounds, a swimming pool and 4 dining pavilions. Another pawsome spot to bring your human and canine family!
This neighborhood of Charles Town borders on the Shannondale Springs Wildlife Management Area in the Shannondale neighborhood of Harper’s Ferry and provides access to it. This 1361-acre, hilly area features a variety of growth and wildlife to enjoy with your fur-buddy by your side. As a wildlife management area, hunting and trapping are allowed in season, and many animals can be bagged here, including fox, bear and deer. Whether you’re interested in hunting, or would like to just walk the trails, fish, or watch for the many species of wildlife found here, your dog can go with you, on his leash. During hunting season, be sure you both wear blaze orange for safety. There are trails that amble along the Shenandoah River, and there is a boat launch if you’d like to get out on the river.
This Harper’s Ferry neighborhood sits adjacent to Charles Town and features the Harper's Ferry National Historic Park which runs along the Potomac River. This dog-friendly town and park are great destinations for strolling along the river, visiting the working train station and rusted, but sturdy railroad bridge, and meandering among the Civil War buildings and memorials. Don’t forget to visit downtown, too, perched on a cliff high above the river and park. It can be reached via a long climb up stone steps set into the cliff, or by road on foot or car. While there, make a stop at Bistro 1840, a restaurant and bar that is unpretentious in its appearance, but which serves up fine dining and a variety of hard-to-find local beers and wines. Fido is welcome to join you on its deck which hovers out over the town’s cliff and provides unequaled views of the river, train line, and mountains with their eagle and hawk blinds and nests. Pawtastic!
This neighborhood in Ranson, next door to Charles Town, is home to Flowing Springs Park, a 30-acre natural area near Route 9. The city is in the midst of fine-tuning this park to include marked trailheads and interpretive signage, along with a bridge over Flowing Springs Run and ADA-accessible trails. For now, with work in progress, the park is perfect for a dog-lover to wander through the fields and among the trees, or along the Flowing Springs Run itself with her furry bestie on leash. For those who enjoy a more rustic environment for their nature walks, this is for you! Hungry? California Tortilla Restaurant on Oak Lee Drive will satisfy with their upscale Mexican faves, and Fido can join you at one of their outdoor tables! Bone appetit!
This small communities lies just to the east of Charles Town, and southwest of Harper’s Ferry. It shares the Harper’s Ferry National Park with that town and is host to its own Bolivar Nature Park. Laid out on 7 acres, this park features a paved and easy walking trail that ambles through the park, with benches scattered along the way where you and Fido might, if you’re quiet and still, see deer grazing nearby. You will also find picnic tables and a pavilion near the entrance and parking lot. This is a small, but lovely wooded gem in the middle of Ranson and is worth a visit for you and your furry bestie. Remember that he must be on a leash! Woofderful!
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