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Hi there, my name is Grace. I grew up on a farm in WV, so I've always loved animals. I've always had great big happy dogs growing up, including a chocolate lab and a mastiff. I have two fluffy family members right now, my old lady cat, Luna, and our energetic pitbull/lab mix, Theo.
High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull
I’m an experienced pet sitter and dog mom who will take care of your pup like they’re my own! Whether your dog is an active go-getter or lives life at a slower pace, I’ll make sure they get the care and attention they need!
I was raised in a family with three very different and wonderful dogs (Chester the Pomeranian, Sarge the Schnauzer, and Klondike the Great Pyrenees)! I've also spent time dogsitting and walking dogs for years before joining Wag. I have experience with caring for dogs of all different sizes and ages. I'm always happy to help people and always happy to spend time with dogs!
Hello dog owners! I am a current student in college that wants every opportunity to step out into the fresh air, away from the classroom, with a dog by my side. My best friend is a 15 year old healthy toy poodle who unfortunately can't stay with me on campus. I have had experience pet-sitting both dogs and cats at the same time. I look forward to meeting new dogs!
With ten area parks and two trails, the state capital of West Virginia offers a range of outdoor recreational opportunities. You and Fido will be able to find your share of pet-friendly activities here. There are nine veterinary clinics in town if you need professional services for your pooch.
Connect to the Elk River Trail at the north end of Barlow Avenue. This 1.5-mile out-and-back pathway cuts through a wooded area alongside the Elk River. Hike or jog with your furry friend on this nature trail. Dogs on a leash can join you, provided you pick up their waste.
Another pawtastic area park to visit with your special pal is Little Creek Park. This South Charleston facility is just seven miles southwest of downtown. There are trails that wander through the wooded natural areas of the park. You can bring dogs, provided they're on a leash and you clean up after them.
About 7.5 miles south of Charleston, you and Spot can explore the Kanawha State Forest. Go camping or hiking in this 9,300-acre wilderness complete with a series of trails. Dogs are welcome to accompany you as long as you keep them restrained on a leash.
Charleston is a riverside city that has a variety of outdoor recreational activities for dogs and their owners to enjoy.
The West Side is a mixed zoning neighborhood with single-family homes, a few schools, and some small businesses. There are sidewalks along the streets here where you and your pup can take a stroll together. When you want to get some fresh air and exercise, head to Magic Island Park on the Kanawha River. This small facility includes some open space, a drinking fountain, and a walking path. Enjoy a walk or jog by the water with your furry friend. Dogs can join you in this public area, provided they're on a leash and under your control. Make sure you bring waste bags and clean up after your pal.
Edgewood is a sprawling residential suburb that includes a golf course, a community park, and a historic district. There are plenty of quiet streets with sidewalks here that you and Spot can use for a daily walk. For some green space, head to Cato Park off Baker Street. This large facility has a golf course, pool, and natural areas with hiking trails. Go for a walk or jog through the facility with your four-footed pal. Dogs can accompany you here as long as they're not aggressive and kept on a leash. Remember to clean up any messes left by your pooch when visiting the park.
Hillsdale is a small, wooded development located in northern Charleston. There are quiet roads here where you and your furry pal can go to stretch your legs. If you want to do some exploring with your pup, head to Coonskin Park. This expansive park has over 1,000 wooded acres with hiking trails. Wander through the woods or walk by the duck pond with your four-footed friend. Bring along a snack and enjoy a picnic in the park with your pooch. Dogs on a leash can accompany you here. Make sure that you bring bags with you to clean up after your pup.
Over in North Charleston, you'll find private residences, an elementary school, and some institutional buildings. Some of the neighborhood streets have peaceful, wooded lanes that are furrific places to go walking with your canine companion. To treat Fido to some off-leash playtime, head to the North Charleston Community Center off 7th Avenue. There's a fenced dog park in this facility. Let your furry friend romp with other pups. Dogs must be non-aggressive and have a current license and rabies tag to use the park. Keep your pooch leashed when outside of the fenced area, and make sure that you clean up any messes.
Kanawha City is a mixed-use neighborhood located east of the University of Charleston. There are residential streets here where you and Fido can go for your daily walks. For a special adventure, take your pooch exploring in the Wallace Hartman Nature Preserve. This 52-acre facility has hiking trails that are available for public use -- there are trailheads off South Ruffner Road and Adrian Road. Take a hike with your special pal in this natural space. Make sure you keep your dog on a leash and clean up any droppings to help protect this preserve. Bring water for you and Fido when you come here.
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