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Wag! is the nation's fastest-growing network of pre-screened and insured pet sitters and dog walkers. In less than 15 minutes you can book a nearby dog sitter, daycare provider, or dog walker, who'll take complete care of your loved one - at their place or yours.
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
Hello! My name is Danielle and I have been caring for dogs for 10 years! Through out the ten years I have walked my friends dogs on a weekly basis. I have also boarded as many as three dogs in my home at once. I am passionate about pups and love to see their tail wag! Can’t wait to meet your best friend ~
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
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!
Top Pet Caregiver
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
Ranson was previously known as the Corporation of Ranson. This small community is located in Jefferson County in West Virginia, just an hour away from Washington, DC. The city has a very rich history even though it's small in size; thanks to Ranson's mining industry in the 19th century, as well as the bustling industries in the surrounding areas of the Shenandoah Valley, Ranson grew quickly, and only continues to expand. This makes it the pawfect place to be a dog owner!
Despite the small size of the city, you'll find three veterinary clinics in town and nearby to take good care of your barking buddy. Ranson is also a furrific place to chow down with your hound! If you're craving some tortillas while you’re staying in Ranson, make sure to visit California Tortilla. Want some classic pub fare instead? Head to Glory Days Grill. Or, if you just want a quick bite, Ranson is also home to some dog-friendly chain restaurants. Bring a leash and water bowl with you to all establishments.
If you and Fido want to get out of town, take a quick 15-minute trip over to Harper's Ferry, VA. You'd be barking mad to miss Ghost Tours of Harpers Ferry, which is a 90-minute tour that will teach you and your pooch all you need to know about Harper's Ferry's haunted history!
Who doesn't want a safe, enclosed place where their puppy can hang out with other well-behaved canines? Un-fur-tunately, Ranson doesn't have any dog parks of its own, but you'll find one 25 miles away in Leesburg, VA. Leesburg Dog Park offers an amazing off-leash area that your dog will appreciate. The ground is covered in mulch, and it can get muddy sometimes, so bring a towel if you don't want muddy paw prints in your car! Benches and picnic tables are available for the comfort of the human visitors, and shade is provided by the multiple trees in the park. Just don't forget to bring doggie waste bags.
Another pawssibility in the vicinity of Ranson is the Winchester Dog Park. You'll need a membership to play here, but daily passes are available for visitors. Your doggie can go wild in this fenced, off-leash area and sniff out some new friends! Nestled within Jim Barnett Park, the dog park provides drinking water and poop baggies for cleaning up your pup's messes. If you prefer to walk your dog on the trails outside of the fenced area, you can do so only if your dog is properly leashed. Within the dog park, there are benches and a picnic table where the humans can chit chat and rest while watching over their pups.
If you're looking for something a little different to do with your dog, visit Gathland State Park. This is a historic park with plenty of things to see and explore! Leashed dogs are welcome here. You can visit the War Correspondent's Arch or the South Mountain Battlefield to learn more about the park's history. There are also pavilions where you can share a picnic with your pup and friends. Or, pitch a tent and stay awhile at the campground! The combination of nature and historical monuments will fascinate you, and your pooch will have more than enough space to sniff and explore. Make sure you bring water, snacks, and doggie bags.
Twenty-three miles away from Ranson, you'll find the State Arboretum of Virginia, which is an extremely beautiful botanical garden. Not only are doggies allowed here, but they're also allowed to be off-leash as long as they're well-behaved! The place is simply magical -- it has open fields to run in, beautiful meadows to admire, and even two lakes to cool off in! The place even has a historical building that you can visit, as well as an herbal garden and plenty of space for a nice picnic with your pup. The arboretum has bathroom facilities for the human visitors, but you'll need to bring your own poop baggies.
If you're a wine lover and you're searching for a place in the vicinity of Ranson where you can enjoy a tasting while in the company of your pupper, you should check out Stone Tower Winery. This winery is located in South Leesburg, around 27 miles away from Ranson. You're allowed to take your leashed dog in the tasting rooms and to hang out both inside and outside the winery while you taste different types of chardonnay, pinot noir, and sauvignon blanc. It's important to keep in mind that all the tastings have to be scheduled, so make sure you make a reservation before embarking on this adventure!
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