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Private Dog Walks
During each walk we allow the dog to enjoy their environment, the great outdoors and not pull them along to get the walk done. On our private dog walks we never walk pets from different households at the same time. We provide leash walking sessions with only your furry family members in the areas of your preference, usually within your neighborhood. We understand that every dog has different needs, so the duration of the walk, the distance, and the pace of our exercise will vary to suit each of our clients. After our walk we change your animals’ water, give them treats (if permitted), petting, and a good bye kiss!
Occasional Walks
15 min Potty Break - $18
(11AM-4PM ONLY)
30 minute walk - $22
45 minute walk - $29
60 minute walk - $39
Daily Routine Walks
15 min Potty Break - $18
(11AM-4PM ONLY)
30 minute walk - $22
45 minute walk - $29
60 minute walk - $39
*** $5 for each additional pet (After 2nd dog)
*** $3 for each additonal RESCUED PET.
*** 75%-90% of time is spent walking

 

** Prices shown above are for up to 2 Dogs
* $5 fee on holidays, before 7am after 9pm, and last minute visits (scheduled less than 6 hrs before the visit)
* For house-holds with three dogs or more, we will need to schedule a 30 min slot for walks, as I am sure you know- its a lot more work than just one or two. No Weekend Charge.

Healthier Paws Program
Give your furry kids a longer healthier life with this amazing exercise option

30 minutes (warm up, running, cool down)
1 per week: $40
2 per week: $70
3 per week: $90
45 minutes (warm up, running, cool down)
1 per week: $45
2 per week: $80
3 per week: $105

Your dog will benefit

A regular walk is vitally important for your pet's health too. Obesity in pets is associated with a number of medical complaints including osteoarthritis, cardiovascular disease, liver disease and insulin resistance.
Most dogs need to be walked at least once each day, though some dogs, particularly very active dogs, may require more. The breed of dog you have, as well as its level of fitness and age, will also determine how long and how vigorous your walk should be. A walk can make a dog very happy. They love to check out the sights and smells and will really look forward to spending time with your dog walker. A dog that doesn't receive sufficient exercise can easily become bored or destructive.
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