For busy fur parents
During the early stages of the visits (7-12 weeks), Our dog walker will take the puppy out for short private walks as well as play with them in the backyard or front lawn or in the house. During the visit the dog walker can clean messes left in the pup's crate, as well as, feed them their lunch and change their water.
As your puppy matures (between 12-16 weeks), the dog walker will increase the length and the pace of their walks. They will also begin assisting with socialization by bringing other available puppies, or young friendly dog, along for the visits so the dogs can run around together in a secure backyard and practice walking nicely on-leash.
When your pup reaches 14-16 weeks of age, and has received their 3rd round of puppy shots, they will be ready to join our midday group walks with many other young friendly dogs.
**It is important to note that these visits are exclusively for puppies who require our services 5 days per week (Mon-Fri), and who will join us on our regular weekday walks once they're old enough. This service is not provided on an irregular basis**
$25/Visit (30 minute)
Frequently Asked Questions About Our Puppy Visits
Should I schedule the puppy visits even before our puppy comes home?
Yes. When it comes to setting up puppy visits the more notice you can provide us with the better.
Can you take my puppy to their vet appointments?
Yes, as long as the vet is located within our service area and you coordinate the time with us.
Can you do puppy visits on evenings or weekends?
Yes. A surcharge will be added to the cost.
Will you feed my puppy?
Yes. We can feed them.
Do you offer training?
We'll assist in the most basic training and socialization. We also work with some very reputable trainers who we can refer you to.
Can you send me a text to let me know how they are doing?
Yes. We're happy to send you text or email to let you know how they are doing. Plus we'll post lots of pictures on Facebook and Instagram, so you can see what they are up to.