New Spots Open for Mid-Day Dog Walking!


Does your pup need a walking buddy?  I’ve been enjoying my mid-day walks with my weekday regulars so much that I decided to open up two more spots, for new or existing clients!

Dog walks typically occur between 11am-2pm, Monday through Friday.  I only do private walks, giving my undivided attention to one family at a time.  Visits can be scheduled for 30 or 60 minutes, depending on your dog’s needs and energy level.  Dog walking can also include other pet sitting services such as meals, bringing in mail & packages, adjusting lights, and yard pickup.

Many people schedule dog walking to give their best friend a chance to stretch their legs and go potty while they’re gone during the day.  This can also provide some time to blow off energy for an active pup, or an opportunity to help a couch potato get their extra steps in.  If your dog is a social butterfly, they’ll be glad to have some company while you’re busy working.  Dog walking provides physical and mental stimulation to prevent boredom and loneliness, and it’s also great for your pet’s health!

Daily dog walking also includes:
  • Report Card:  A text or e-mail report detailing our visit.
  • GPS Tracking:  See exactly where your dog goes on our walking adventure, right on your phone.
  • Daily Photos:  I try my best to take photos that really capture your pet’s personality!  Parents are encouraged to save any photos I take for personal use.

If you  need something a little different than the services outlined above, please don’t hesitate to ask.  Visits are tailored to meet your needs, and I’m happy to be accommodating.

Service available for San Pedro, Rolling Hills, Palos Verdes, Torrance, Redondo Beach & nearby neighbors.

If you’d like to book this spot or have questions, please reach out using my contact form!

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