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Off Leash Adventure Play Groups for Your Dog on 6.5 Fenced Acres!

  Is your dog alone and bored while you are at work all day?

 Does she engage in undesirable behaviors to alleviate her boredom?

 Does he greet you with frantic energy at the end of your long day when you are trying to prepare dinner, help the kids with homework, or simply unwind?

Let Us Help!

 

We are still providing hikes but have modified our intake process for new dogs due to COVID-19.  In addition - we are also offering private rental of our fenced acreage to hike with your dog.  $10 per hour.  If you'd like information on our hiking service or would like to book private time to hike your dog please contact us: info@ashevilledogs.com 

 

My dog Patan has been hiking with Dana (Love of the pup) for two years. I could write a long review sharing the multiple moments in which Dana went above and beyond her job description to help Patan be a healthy/happy dog and to make life more manageable for me and my family. But in order to be... more
Laura F.
Berkeley, CA
My large, loud dog Rebel may be barking and out of control when Dana arrives, but she knows exactly what to do and say to charm him into a peaceful, happy state. She exudes that strong, steadiness we all love to be around. Her dog groups are well planned with compatible dogs, safe locations and a... more
Lucy W.
Richmond, CA
Dana is an amazing dog walker, completely responsible, reliable and enthusiastic.  And the name Love of the Pup is perfect for her, as she is a devoted dog lover. Anyone would be lucky to send their dog out with her on the trail. Woof woof (that's my pup agreeing wholeheartedly).
Jane S.
Berkeley, CA

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