instead of bursting with overactive energy, your dog could be calm and peaceful when you walk through the door at the end of your workday
Imagine his transformation from timid, shy or apprehensive into the confident and relaxed dog you’ve always known he could be.
Another Piece of Furniture Bites the Dust
“After Hank’s twelfth behavioural training session, we thought it was time to celebrate. We were convinced we’d finally found the answer.Paula Moro, Toronto
We permitted ourselves a night out, confident that Hank would be a well-behaved boy while we were out. We came back to find my grandfather’s lovingly restored leather chair torn to shreds, and Hank hiding behind the kitchen island.
We knew then that we needed to find another solution to Hank’s unending energy and anxiety.”
Do any of these routines sound familiar?
Your dog is doing his best.
It takes you forever to leave your house in the morning. You dog whines, barks and spins in a circle with apprehension, while you try to remember where you put your keys for the fourth time in 5 minutes.
You skip lunch with your co-workers and come home to let your dog out for a pee break. Your neighbours won’t stop complaining about the barking when you’re not home. You repeat the morning’s routine and try to sneak out of the house unnoticed by your anxious and loyal friend.
You avoid making after-work plans because you have to come home and take your dog out as soon as possible. You know that when you get home, she’s going to act like a tightly-wound spring that needs a release.
Your dog has destroyed another shoe/sofa corner/heirloom memento from your grandma. You are tired of replacing items in your home. Your dog’s love for chewing everything in your life is not slowing down.
You call your dog to come to you. He promptly goes in the other direction. It’s as if he doesn’t even hear your voice.
You leave the dog park in shame, with your own ‘tail’ tucked between your legs. Your dog has behaved poorly once more and you have no idea how to fix it.
Is there anything that can be done?
DOGS, LIKE US, HAVE A FEW BASIC REQUIREMENTS IN ORDER TO LIVE THEIR BEST LIVES.
Group walks with a professional and experienced dog walker satisfy these needs and turn your anxious companion into a satisfied and contented pet.
What’s more, they relieve you of the impossible task of you being your dog’s sole entertainer and companion.
Your Life and Relationship With Your Dog
Could Be So Much Better
Imagine coming home to a happy and relaxed dog. A dog that has been out on his own adventure while you’ve been at work. A satisfied dog that greets you at the door with a crooked smile and a calm and nonchalant demeanour.
Why? Because he’s already had an hour-long active walk or a romp in the park, and is not jumping out of his skin with restless energy anymore.
If Only The Gym Was This Much Fun
Our group walks are nothing short of grand adventures.
We pick up your dog from your house, whether you are home or not. We chauffeur him in a climate controlled car to his favourite dog park, with all his best doggie friends.
What more can you ask for?
Well, there are some important details we are especially proud of…
Group dog walking is the easiest and most fun way for your dog to get all the daily exercise he craves.
what will change
Your dog’s excess energy and destructive behaviour will be a nightmare of the past. You’ll come home and find a pup who is less anxious and more relaxed.
Your dog’s disposition will improve. With exercise and regular socialization with other dogs, he’ll be less reactive to other dogs and better behaved overall.
We’ll work together to teach your dog basic recall commands. You’ll impress other dog parents at the local dog park and become somewhat of a celebrity.
You’ll have lunch with your co-workers for once. Or put in some extra work to impress your boss. We’ll let you figure this one out.
Happy Clients Say
“My Molly was inconsolable every single morning when I left for work. My condominium board had sent me numerous complaints about her barking, and I had gone through two trainers and a bark collar without any significant results. If anything, Molly had gotten louder in her complaints. In the end, being taken out to the park every day turned my shy and anxious girl into the confident and happy Molly she is now. So thankful, for us both.”Sarah Marcowitz, Toronto
An Obsessive Attention to Safety
” Imagine coming home to a happy and relaxed dog. A dog that has been out on his own adventure while you’ve been at work. A satisfied dog that greets you at the door with a crooked smile and a calm and nonchalant demeanour.
Why? Because he’s already had an hour-long active walk or a romp in the park, and is not jumping out of his skin with restless energy anymore.”Andrew Peterson, Richmond Hill
special trial month offer
Try our group walks for a full month, and see how your dog’s behaviour improves. If you are not 100% satisfied with the changes you see, we’ll gladly refund your first month’s fee.
Why can’t I just put my dog in training lesson?
Training lessons are great. We wholeheartedly recommend basic training lessons for your dog , especially as a puppy. Basic manners are important. Training lessons are also great to address specific behavioural problems.
What they are not, however, is a replacement for daily exercise and socialization. The consistency and routine of group dog walks is what we know works to make a lasting difference in your dog’s temperament, energy, and anxiety levels.
What if I just walk him myself?
Great idea! Your dog will love you even more.
Long, daily walks take time. They are a commitment. Your dog needs at least three walks each day, including a one-hour walk preferably in a dog park with other dogs, or in an open, natural environment where he can run off leash and blow off energy.
Supervised socialization with other dogs is an important part of your dog’s life. Natural, off-lease interaction with dog friends is impossible while walking on-leash on the street. Your dog needs to be able to run and play to get the benefits of real socialization and exercise.
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