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Committed to providing a personalized service to keep your pet happy when you are busy

We have different types of services to accommodate your needs, so you can rest assured that your pet has received the attention he/she needs and you will find a happy tail when you return home.

We provide

Regular solo or pack walks, so your dog can socialize and exercise.

Home visits, if you are stuck at work or can’t make it home on time.

Mix and match walks and home visits while you are away!

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How it Works

Meet and greet

You and your pup will meet one of our walkers for an initial assessment. Then we will create a personalized schedule, to include pick-up/drop-off arrangements

You send us your information

You send us your vet’s contact info, vaccination records and emergency contact information.

Track your furry friend

Track your pup’s walks and home visits, receive photos, daily feedback and get featured on our Instagram profile!

Services & Rates

All our services will include

Daily feedback with photo updates, GPS-tracking, water bowl refill, basic medication administration, bringing in packages, drying off and cleaning paws after rain or snow (towel provided by client)

Pack Walks
  • 15-minute walk $15
  • 30-minute walk $21
Solo Walks
  • 15-minute walk $18
  • 30-minute walk $24
Home Visits
  • 15-minute visit $18
Weekend Walks in the Woods
  • 1-hour walk in the woods in Rock Creek Park or National Arboretum. Weekend mornings only. Transportation is provided to and from the park. Spaces are limited, contact us for availability. $35
Mix and Match
  • Combine walks and home visits while you are away as a great alternative to boarding for dogs who prefer the comfort of their own home, bed and toys. Create a custom schedule of services for your pet(s) based on his/her needs and your priorities and concerns.

Extras: Holidays and weekend walks +$3.00 Additional dog from same household +$5.00

COMMUNITY WELLBEING

We believe that small actions contribute to fulfilling and maintaining the needs of our community. We are passionate about “walking-the-walk” when it comes to playing our part in the community and the environment.

Our choices and contributions include, but are not limited to:

Economic prosperity We pay high enough wages to our staff that allows them to maintain a normal standard of living. We also support small businesses in our neighborhood.

Cultural vitality We support the arts and culture in our community; we love to document and share street artwork and cultural events in the neighborhood on our Instagram profile.

Social Equity We provide equal opportunities in a healthy working environment and are active volunteers in the Human Rescue Alliance (HRA).

Environmental Sustainability We use eco-friendly bags. Our dog walkers reside in the neighborhoods they service. We try to minimize the use of cars by biking and of course walking. We have created the Safe Paws Project. At least once a week, we choose a public space or area in our neighborhood (sidewalks, tree boxes, bus stops/trash bins) to clean up, paying special attention to litter such as broken glass bottles that can injure your pup.

We give back! We donate a percentage of our profits to the Human Rescue Alliance (HRA).

FAQ

We currently operate within a 1 mile from Grant Circle, but we will be expanding. If we are not serving your area right now, please let us know your needs and we will contact you when we are covering your neighborhood.
Yes! We follow the Federal Government’s Inclement Weather Policy. In other words, all regularly scheduled walks are cancelled for safety reasons if the Federal Government is closed due to inclement weather conditions. Click here to check the current status on the OPM website.
We are closed on New Year’s Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
We will determine if we are able to walk a dog with leash reactivity during the initial assessment/meet & greet.
Each dog has different needs based on his or her age, breed, size and health. However, your dog should be active every day between 30 minutes and 2 hours. Working, sporting, hound and herding breeds will typically need more exercise than the rest.
Torie Partridge

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