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702-428-6953 | FurEverFriends@PetTasticLV.com 

10170 W. Tropicana Ave #156-110

Las Vegas NV 89147-8465

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The Kids Are Back in School. Is it Time to Hire a Dog Walker?

August 31, 2017

 

Back to school. To some parents, it is the most wonderful time of year! But what about your dog? He went from a house full of kids all day to no one home for hours.  Many dogs adjust well to the change in schedule, but some need a midday break. A midday dog walk or potty break from Jennifer with PetTastic would be an excellent way to break up Fido's day!


 

 

Can Daily Dog Walking Help My Dog?

 

If you are like most families, your day starts before sunrise and ends after the sun sets. A daily dog walking visit can not only provide Fido with a break in the day, it will also help keep Fido happy and potty accident-free. A midday dog walking visit will also provide exercise and mental stimulation, which are important aspects of a healthy lifestyle! 

 

 

Will Daily Dog Walking be a Good Fit?

 

Most dogs do well being left at home during the work day with 1-2 visits betwee

 

n when their family leaves home and returns home. If your dog is okay with staying at home alone with out experiencing extreme separation anxiety and is good with some one entering the home in your absence, then he should be a good fit! We always take the time to get to know your dog's routine, behavior, and needs before beginning service. Visit our services page to find out more information or give us a call at (702) 428-6953

 

 

Written by Julie Gajewski, CPPS. Julie has been pet sitting and working in the veterinary industry as both a technician and hospital administrator since 1997. She is a pet business consultant and a guest blog writer for pet sitters across the world. She lives in Florida with her husband and furry children, 2 Pugs and 4 cats. You can find out more about Julie by visiting her website.

 

 

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