Let’s face it, dogs need lots of care, and daily walks are a part of that. A daily walk is not only great exercise for both you and your dog, but it is also a wonderful bonding experience. But, if you are facing an inflexible work schedule or long commute, it may be challenging to walk your dog as often as you’d like (and as often as they need). That’s where dog walkers come in.
Dog walkers provide a variety of services, from basic walks and check-ins to long-distance running. Having a dog walker will help provide basic care for your dog and provide them an enriching experience where they might otherwise be bored at home. But how do you find a dog walker that is right for your dog?