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My name is Brendan K, and I am excited to provide you with a caring and affordable dog-care service for your beloved canine companion. For your precious pooch, I present the best quality service for walking, running, sitting and talking, or just kicking back and enjoying life as a dog! Whether you require a quick walk or a stay at my abode for your dog, please rest assured that your dog will receive the utmost care, exercise, and attention that they deserve!\n\nAbout me: I am a full-time student at Boston University, majoring in English and minoring in Applied Statistics. I've owned pets all my life, from dogs and cats to chickens and goats. I am a registered dog walker on Wag! and have over... See Profile
I am a very responsible person when it comes to other people’s pets. I grew up with Shitzus, Rottweilers and pit bulls. I am very caring and know that all dogs need just as much love and attention just like the owners show love and attention. I also would love to be able to start my own pet sitting businues and show my daughter the responsiblity it takes to take care of a dog. I am very flexibel and am willing to travel to the owener to pick the dog up. The dogs will love how calm and will love my personality. I love running and playing fetch long walks in the park and just letting them be them. Enjoy life to the fullest. See Profile
Hi, my name is Melanie. I’m currently a student in college pursuing a Business administration degree. I am a pet owner and animal lover. I have experience caring for cats, dogs, birds, fish. I love dogs because they’re always there for us! They deserve the best care even the little rambunctious ones. I have been working and volunteering in pet care for years. Interacting with any animal makes me happy See Profile
Hello to all My experience with pets is great ,I have had pets all my life from dogs,cats,fish and etc . I love dogs they are mans best friend and I know how to care for them and I walk in dog friendly areas of Boston and as well as dog parks .I like to get to know the dog on a personal and friendly level so that they are able to feel me out .You will get only the best customer services from me and I will display nothing but professionalism See Profile
So I’m am an animal lover and also enjoy walking dogs especially in my neighborhood south end. There’s amazing parks there where dogs really love and enjoy. Dogs always love me at first sight I have a dog of my own. So I can relate on how nervous owners can get so I love to show pies of mind and send pictures through out the day of how your pet is doing. See Profile
Boston has a high amount of greenery compared to pavement. This area’s parkland compared to overall area is above average. A greener canopy for cities improves the quality of dog walks for both the dogs and dog walkers.
Boston scores low for dog-friendliness given the city’s many dog friendly places. It’s not necessarily easy to take your dog with you to restaurants, cafes, and stores in cities that score low in dog-friendliness.
Boston ranks #12 of the best cities to be a dog walker for Barkly Pets. We rank our dog walking score by reviewing weather patterns, urban walkability scores, and other data.
Boston ranks #41 in the top 100 U.S. cities for parks per 100,000 residents, per the 2019 ParkScore. More parks in any given city means more squirrels to chase!
A city steeped in rich historical value, Boston is a blend of colonial New England and emerging culture. The neighborhoods range in bustling with city life to quiet, residential streets lined with large trees, perfect for strolls with your four-legged friend. There is also an abundance of dog-friendly parks, beaches, and trails to discover. The Freedom Trail is a popular 2.5 mile long walking route that tells the story of the role Boston played in the American Revolution, and your dog is welcome to join along! Our Barkly Boston walkers are the highest rated, and most reliable walkers in the city, so you can rest assured that your furry loved one is always in the best care.
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