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Daily (or not) Walks

30 minute visit ……… $23
45 minute visit ……… $30
60 minute visit ……… $35

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Daily walks for your dogs while you're at work will give them a way to burn off energy and have some mental stimulation from seeing the sights and sniffing all the smells around the neighborhood.

Daily walks are normally completed between the hours of 11 am and 2 pm, but because of the nature of dog walking I may be running late or early, depending on the dogs scheduled before you.

Walks are always private, just your dogs and me. We explore the neighborhood together, finding all the best places to sniff and to pee. (Disclaimer: I won't actually be doing either the sniffing or peeing, but I'll cheer your pup on!). If the weather is bad, we will go out for a short walk to take care of business and then return inside and play or cuddle for the remaining time of the visit.

Dogs should have a six foot leash (not a retractable leash) and a sturdy collar or harness. I prefer front clip harnesses, especially if your dog is prone to pulling. If you need help choosing a harness or a leash, I would be happy to make suggestions based on my experience.

Daily Walks

30 minute visit ……… $23
45 minute visit ……… $30
60 minute visit ……… $35

Daily walks for your dogs while you're at work will give them a way to burn off energy and have some mental stimulation from seeing the sights and sniffing all the smells around the neighborhood.

Daily walks are normally completed between the hours of 11 am and 2 pm, but because of the nature of dog walking I may be running late or early, depending on the dogs scheduled before you.

Walks are always private, just your dogs and me. We explore the neighborhood together, finding all the best places to sniff and to pee. (Disclaimer: I won't actually be doing either the sniffing or peeing, but I'll cheer your pup on!). If the weather is bad, we will go out for a short walk to take care of business and then return inside and play or cuddle for the remaining time of the visit.

Dogs should have a six foot leash (not a retractable leash) and a sturdy collar or harness. I prefer front clip harnesses, especially if your dog is prone to pulling. If you need help choosing a harness or a leash, I would be happy to make suggestions based on my experience.