PROVIDING THE ACTIVITY, EXERCISE AND SOCIALIZATION THAT DOGS NEED TO THRIVE!
As well informed, loving, dog guardians we know how important it is for our dogs to get regular exercise and an opportunity to socialize with other dogs on a daily basis. A well-exercised dog is less likely to display destructive behavior in our home. Providing a stimulating break during the day could help prevent separation anxiety, which can be pain staking to treat. Also, giving your dog the gift of time with other dogs will keep his social skills well oiled, thus preventing behavior problems involving other dogs in the future. Because most of us work full-time, it is almost impossible for us to provide all of what our dogs need without some help. Seeking the services of a Professional Dog Walker is a great way to get the help we need.
Professional, reliable and customer focused, our pet sitting and dog walking services are available when you need us, be it while you are at work or out of town. In addition to taking care of your dog’s various needs, it is our goal to also be a fantastic pal to your pooch and a great support to you! You can rest assured that we will give your pets all the love and care they need. They will be treated as family… as if they were our own. It is never a job, but a great pleasure and privilege, to take care of all these wonderful pets every single day!
We want to fully understand your pet’s needs, as well as, answer any questions you may have about our service. To learn more, or to schedule a free initial in home consultation, please call or text us at 831.435.9970 or email us at email@example.com. Thank you! We hope to see you and your furry friends soon!
Safety is our #1 Priority! We are Certified in Pet First Aid and CPR. Background Checked. Proud Member of Pet Sitter’s International. Fully Insured & Bonded by Business Insurers of the Carolina’s.
Serving Scotts Valley
“He is your friend, your partner, your defender, your dog. You are his life, his love, his leader. He will be yours, faithful and true, to the last beat of his heart. You owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion.”