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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.
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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!
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Can run with dogs, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
I am an elementary school teacher who has a love for all animals, but especially dogs. I have completed a year long program for a veterinary assistant and have been trained in canine CPR. Additionally I enjoy working with training dogs and my German Shepherd has passed her canine good citizen. I can go for a slow walk or a moderate jog with your dog- whichever you prefer. My goal with dogs is to create an experience they look forward to every time. I am very organized and follow directions explicitly. I also believe in communication with owners regarding their fur babies, so I will keep you updated.
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My name is Katie! I love dogs and am a long-time owner myself. I've owned and walked both small and large dogs, as I currently own a 5-pound chihuahua and a 50-pound pitbull. Both are the little loves of my life!
High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
“Dogs are just people with short legs.”
I am a current law student who has always lived with dogs of all shapes and sizes. I grew up around high energy, large breeds and I most recently lived with a low energy Shiba Inu. Every dog has their own personality, so I make sure to adjust my behavior for their needs.
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Martinsburg, West Virginia, is the county seat of Berkeley County, which lies on the border of Maryland. It was founded in 1778 during the Revolutionary War. Smack in the middle of the Appalachian Mountains, Martinsburg is as rich with natural sites as it is with historic ones. Its many architectural wonders and parks make it a great place to enjoy a walk with your pup. Remember to take a camera to record the mountain vistas! Martinsburg has four veterinary clinics to attend to your dog's medical needs.
One of the best spots in Martinsburg for frisky pups is Ambrose Park. This four-acre park features grassy lawns, pavilions, manicured gardens, and a children's play area. Most notably, it features the Wurzburg Dog Park, where you can let your dog roam and play off-leash. For a $15 registration fee, you'll have access to the park all year, which has separate play areas for large and small dogs. Funded by donations from a generous community member, this beautifully landscaped park includes water fountains for humans and pups alike, as well as waste bag dispensers and covered seating areas. There are also bathrooms for humans to use.
There's nothing a long walk with your pup in the mountain air of Martinsburg won't cure!
Central Martinsburg includes the city's historic district and many 18th- and 19th-century buildings in a variety of architectural styles, including Greek Revival, Colonial, and Georgian houses. It's a pleasure to stroll the sidewalks with your pup and view these stately homes. You'll also find the Charlotte Prather and P. O. Faulkner parks nearby. These adjacent parks feature a combined 30 acres of sports facilities, pavilions, and lawns. Locals love coming to these parks to watch local sports teams play. They're also great places to bring dogs to sniff around the large open fields. You will need to keep your dog on a leash in these parks, and bring your own waste bags and water.
This neighborhood immediately west of downtown Martinsburg is where you'll find the aforementioned Ambrose Park and Wurzburg Dog Park. To the north of Ambrose Park is Roush Field, a large grassy area that's a great place for an on-leash romp. Remember to bring your own waste bags and water! You'll find some of the city's dog-friendly hotels in the neighborhood, including the Holiday Inn and Days Inn, as well as one of Martinsburg's dog-friendly eateries, The Daily Grind. This cafe serves a number of coffee drinks and smoothies as well as pastries, sandwiches, and wraps. It has several outdoor tables where you can enjoy a pick-me-up with your pup.
Several beautiful creeks run through this largely residential neighborhood, which is recognized as a historic district on the National Register of Historic Places. Not only can you continue your tour of the city's architectural wonders here, Rosemont also features two of the city's largest parks. War Memorial Park is a twenty-acre park with numerous sports facilities including a mini-golf course and an outdoor pool. Pavilions and mature trees provide shady spots to rest while sprawling lawns are great places to play. Oatesdale Park features baseball and hockey facilities, as well as a stream where anglers enjoy fishing for trout. You will need to keep your dog on a leash in both parks and bring your own waste bags and water.
Martinsburg has a particularly pawsome feature: Poor House Farm Park. This huge 137-acre park includes five miles of trails to explore with your pup. You'll pass through open meadows and wooded areas and by a stream and five-acre pond that are stocked with trout. If you need to rest in the shade, you'll also find several shaded pavilions and the Poor House Farm Barn, an elegant space that can be rented for events. Numerous sports facilities, including an 18-hole disc golf course, dot the grounds. You will need to keep your dog on a leash at Poor House Farm Park, and bring your own waste bags and water.
The Sleepy Creek Wildlife Area is located to the west of Martinsburg in nearby Berkely Springs. This huge 23,000-acre natural area includes the 200-acre Sleepy Creek Lake and is a popular site for boating and fishing. Primitive campsites are also available in this incredibly scenic area. You might see wild deer, turkeys, foxes, and grouse as you walk the Tuscarora Trail through the oak and pine forest. Do note that while this is a popular spot where many locals bring their pooches, this secluded wilderness area with few amenities is probably best for pawticularly adventurous types. The occasional coyote and bobcat have been spotted here. For safety and respect for wildlife, keep your dog on a leash at all times, and bring your own waste bags and water.
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