We have been providing the highest quality in-home pet care to the Washington, DC metro area since 1993.
Whether you are working, traveling or vacationing, we can give you the peace of mind that comes with knowing your pets and home are well cared for and secure in your absence.
Hiring a professional petsitter is an ideal alternative to boarding. Pets are often happier and more comfortable in their own homes, with familiar sights and sounds to reassure them in your absence.
We invite you to explore our website to learn more about our company and the services we offer. Please call one of our offices if you have any questions that are not answered by the information found here.
Pet Sitters Club has been servicing the North Shore of Long Island since 1999 with over 2,000 customers. We are bonded and insured and are staffed fully by only employees, we never use independent contractors to provide the quality services we offer. Pet Sitters Club provides both dog walking services and vacation care coverage for your dog and cat. We offer crate training for puppies, daily dog walks for long work days, exercise when your furry friend has put on a few pounds. Call us at 516-466-5617 for a free consultation where we will meet you and your four legged friends, collect all the information we need in order to take care of them while you are away or at work. We will feed and freshen water, bring in the mail and newspapers in addition to watering indoor and outdoor plants. We also offer pet transportation to the veterinarian and groomer.
A walked dog is a happy dog! District Hounds provides dog walking services with simplicity and value for clients in northeast Washington, D.C. Our goal is to make life easier and happier for both you & your pet. With many people working for at least eight hours a day, dogs can experience loneliness and depression at home alone. After a long day of work, it can be difficult to find the time and energy to give your dog the energy and attention they crave. Hereâ€™s where we can help. District Hounds offers flexible daily dog walking services that provide your pet the exercise and the engagement they desire. And when you return home from work,
you can relax knowing that your pet has already been exercised.
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With a wealth of pet-friendly hotels, dog parks and pet boutiques in the combined cities of Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill, the Triangle area of North Carolina has you and your furry friend covered. Whether youâ€™re moving to the area as a brand new resident or just added Fido to your family, youâ€™ll find a number of great pet-friendly places in the Triangle. To help you get started, hereâ€™s a list of the top five pet-friendly places in Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill.
Woof Gang Bakery Raleigh
Bring your dog along to Woof Gang Bakery, which offers wholesome, quality food and treats as well as a wide variety of fun toys, fashionable pet clothing, collars, leashes, grooming products and other dog accessories. If your pup has a particularly discriminating palate, Woof Gang is sure to have something to whet his or her appetite, like a freshly baked carob- and vanilla-flavored treat from the cookie bar.
Where: 4421 Six Forks Road, Suite 120, Raleigh, NC 27609
Looking for a great local store that offers great products for your pets, youâ€™ve come to the right place if youâ€™ve arrived at Phydeaux. Here, youâ€™ll find the best selection of quality dog foods around, plus a number of toys, grooming supplies, beds and fun novelty items like doggie boots, for when you take your pup on a winter vacation. Plus, the friendly and knowledgeable staff can help point you in the right direction if youâ€™re not sure where to start.
Where: 400 S. Elliott Road, Chapel Hill, NC 27514
Noahâ€™s Ark Kennel & Cattery
Nobody likes to think that they might be away from Fluffy or Fido for an extended amount of time, but in this busy day and age, business trips and extended vacations are the norm. Luckily, the folks at Noahâ€™s Ark Kennel & Cattery take special care of your furry friend. The staff is professional and caring, and the environment is well-maintained and clean, with indoor and outdoor play areas so your pet can choose to stay inside in the cool or enjoy some fresh air outside. The kennel even offers bathing and grooming services.
Where: 1217 E. Franklin St., Chapel Hill, NC 27514
Piney Wood Park
Tucked into the calm and scenic suburb of Durham called Woodlake, this massive dog park is separated into four separate play areas designed for larger or smaller dogs. Thereâ€™s even a section for puppies to frolic with each other. The park is the perfect size: small enough to allow dogs to socialize and play, yet big enough to provide several shaded retreat areas with ample water should your dog need to cool off and relax.
Where: 5999 Woodlake Drive, Durham, NC 27713
A Raleigh staple, Players Retreat is the oldest continuously operating tavern in the Southeast, as it was opened in 1951. Owned and operated by dog lovers, you can enjoy an ice cold draft beer and some good grub while sitting outside on the patio with your pup, who can feast on treats and water.
Where: 105 Oberlin Road, Raleigh, NC 27605
For a professional dog walker, NYC considers Puptopia “Best in Show” when it comes to their dogs’ needs.
Puptopia NYC dog walkers is Manhattan’s premier professional dog walking service offering your dog the exercise and care to suit their personality. Puptopia LLC celebrates the individuality and uniqueness of every dog. That is why we tailor a program based upon the needs of the pet and owner in order to provide a fantastic Manhattan dog walking service! At Puptopia our Dogma & philosophy is focused on your dog’s nutrition, fitness, and behavior.
Our dedicated Manhattan dog walkers, or “Pup Pals” as we call them, have lifelong experience and are insured and bonded. We are happy to have made some great friends, seeing them grow from their puppyhood all the way to their wise, old years. Our 1-to-1 approach incorporates our respect for nature, and coincidentally, our commitment to environmental conservation.
We encourage you to explore our website. Browse our resources page, dog care blog, and Puptopia Facebook page where you’ll find lots of interesting and helpful information on dog training, dog health, dog tips, and numerous other environmental and animal related subjects.
When it comes to dog walking in NYC residents trust Puptopia with their canine companions for their dog’s health and happiness.
Please visit our website and call us today to schedule a free consultation!
(347) 829 PUPS (7877)
Puptopia “Paradise For Your Pet”
It isn’t unusual for dog walkers to walk a person’s dog when he or she is at work or away on a trip. In fact, this is a normal occurrence. However, in these instances it is important that dog walkers leave notes behind to detail the walk and any other care that was given. These notes aren’t a cute way for the dog walker to let the owners know they were there but are actually an important part of the service.
There are a number of reasons why dog walkers should leave notes, one of which is to detail any odd behavior. For example, if a dog that is normally happy and energetic becomes lethargic while walking, the dog walker, who may not be familiar with the dogs normal behavior, may not notice the difference. These changes could signify a larger problem, such as underlying health issues. By leaving a note behind, the owners will be aware that something is amiss.
Leaving a note also lets the owners know what exactly was done with the dog and the last time he was taken out. Some dog walkers also double as dog sitters, meaning they stop by the house to feed, walk, and play with the dog for an hour several times a day. In these instances, the dog’s owner will want to know if the dog was fed, if he ate the food, if the dog was taken for a walk, how he behaved during the walk, and for how long the sitter was in the home. It is also important to let the owners know whether or not any treats were given in order to avoid overfeeding the dog.
It is important that these notes be written in a professional manner in order to develop trust with the owners. They should also be left in the same place. This prevents the owners from having to search for the note and possibly missing it, which could make them wonder if the dog walker every stopped by at all.
Dogs are made for walking, but that’s not JUST what I’ll do! Leave it to the Lady to help with puppy care,visit, feed, and walk your dog when you are away, and drive your pet to the groomer or vet!
Poochie-Palooza is focused on providing the highest-quality Pet Sitting, Dog Sitting, Dog Walking, Dog Training and Puppy Training Services, focusing on the Pet Owners Comfort, Confidence and Satisfaction. We will do everything we can to meet your needs and expectations along with exceeding the expectations of your four legged friends too!!
With a variety of Pet Services to choose from, we’re sure you will find a good solution that works for your Dogs and/or other Pets. At Poochie-Palooza we try to be as flexible as you need us to be providing three separate fenced in sections all with Pond Views and toys.
Please email, call, or visit our site for more information or to schedule an appointment.
3 Pond Circle
Forestdale, MA 02644
Cape Cod, USA
Do you have an energetic dog that can’t seem to get enough exercise? Do you work long hours and have a pet that needs checking in on? At Walk With Tanya Pet Sitting Services, we offer the solution to your pet needs. Walk With Tanya offers dog walks, dog park excursions, pet taxi, grooming services, puppy training and pet sitting for your furry friends!
At Walk With Tanya, we want to offer you our experience and knowledge with pets for the pets in your busy life. We know that pets are a part of the family and that each pet has different needs. We offer a free first time consultation visit to get to know you and your pets and create an individual plan for all of our services. We also offer discounts to clients who choose to employ our services regularly.
Walk With Tanya is owned and operated by Tanya Carver who lives in the Fremont neighborhood of Seattle. Tanya carries a deep love and appreciation for all animals but has always had the strongest connection with dogs. Tanya started focusing on becoming an animal enthusiast in grade school, where she volunteered at her local humane society, tracked down lost pets, and read dog behavior and breeding books. As an adult, she has experience as a dog trainer, groomer and dog owner. Tanya has had three dogs in her life and eight cats as well as hamsters, snakes and crawfish. She can be found with her nose in a dog book, watching a dog behavioral documentary, or camping in the mountains.
Walk With Tanya is licensed; bonded and insured through Pet Sitters Associates, LLC.
Whatever the weather, dogs need to be walked daily. However, with the hot temperatures, it is important to be mindful of the dangers facing dogs every day. A pet owner needs to take the same preventatives and precautions for the dog as themselves in order to survive the heat. The heat is responsible for as many fatalities as most other disasters and dogs are extremely prone to heatstroke. Walking the dog at this time takes much care and considerations for the pet during a heat wave.
The best time to walk a dog during the heat is in the early mornings and later evenings when the sun is at its weakest point. If this is not feasible because of work or other commitments, an option would be to hire a professional dog walker. Dogs still need regular exercise for their own health as well as protecting your home from destruction. A dog that does not get its daily walks will use his energy in other negative ways. A professional dog walker can and should be available at irregular times of the day per your instructions and the safety of your pet.
When looking for a professional dog walker during the extreme hot temperatures, be sure to stress the need of specific times in walking your dog. Be sure to also stress that the dog not walk on hot pavement and asphalt that is hazardous to a dogâ€™s feet. The dog should be taken on a more shady path and provided short breaks every once in a while. A portable water bottle, specific for the pet, should be carried.
Dogs do not sweat as we do and expel their heat through panting. As a result, they do overheat very quickly. Stress to the professional dog walker the importance of these precautions to protect the dog in hot weather. Dogs cannot express when they are too hot to continue and rely on the caretakers to keep them safe. Just a few simple tips can save the life of the dogs during hot weather.
Sit ‘N Stay Pet Solutions is Cleveland’s premier East Side dog walking and pet sitting service! Our motto is “happy pets, at home,” because we believe that your pet is most comfortable in the most familiar environment, their home! Sit ‘N Stay Pet Solutions offers daily dog walking, midday potty breaks, pet taxi service, MetroPark field trips, and different options for vacation visits. We can tailor any of our services to meet you and your pets needs! Sit ‘N Stay is a member of Pet Sitters International, and we are insured and bonded. We’re proud to have an “A” rating on Angie’s List! Please visit our website for more information.
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