DOG WALKING SERVICES
Do you love walking your dog before you go to work or after you come home? Or do you walk Rover because you know he needs the exercise and that's what a responsible dog owner does? If the latter better describes you, let us do the dog walking for you. For less than the cost of a 4.5 pound bag of Blue Wilderness dog food, Rover could be treated to a half-hour walk while you're at work. Actually, a walk is more than only a treat. Just as exercise is important for the health of a person, it's also important for the health of a dog.
According to WebMD, daily exercise for your fur-baby:
Busy lives keep people from accomplishing all that is on the "to-do" list. But if the dog's walk gets put off too many days in a row, boredom may set in and you're once happy, well-adjusted pooch may start raiding the garbage, jumping up on people, barking or whining or exhibiting destructive behavior. With a well-paced walk with one of our expert dog walkers, Fifi's time with you in the evening can be as relaxing or as active as you want it to be rather than as active as she needs it to be.
Our professional dog walkers can walk 30, 45 or 60 minutes. We can walk your dog daily, every other day or a couple of times a week. We can walk on-leash or we can take Lucy to the dog park for a more strenuous work out. If you have a fenced-in yard, we can throw a ball or a stick or set up an agility course for Bella to get her exercise. During our years of experience we've come to understand that there isn't a "one-size-fits-all" exercise or activity program for every dog. We work with each client to determine what is best for your dog and adjust our approach accordingly.
During our walks or back yard exercise, we'll reinforce any training or commands you are teaching or have taught your dog. Come Sit Stay are important commands for every dog to know. As much as following commands reinforces your Alpha position over your dog, they also help keep Bailey safe.
Emergency Dog Walk
Do you ever get stuck at work later than expected or are you asked to pull an "all-nighter" to get a project out for a client? Do you call all your neighbors in hopes one of them can let Rover out? If that doesn't work for you (or you've asked your neighbor one-too-many-times) give us a call at St Paul Dog Sitting. 651-800-4674. We won't judge you. We're happy to help.