What areas are serviced?
How do pickup & drop-off work?
A window of time is given for the corresponding hike. You can give us a key or code, or we can use a lockbox. You don’t have to be present for pickup or drop-off, but for our safety, you should introduce us to the dog for first contact if you think there could be an issue.
Do you walk on holidays, weekends?
No walks on U.S Federal holidays. No walks on weekends.
Will pickup and drop-off always be at the same time?
No! We juggle way too many variables within each route to accommodate that.
Do you walk in bad weather?
Yes! Rain or shine. However cancellations may occur due to excessive wildfire smoke. In weather events like extreme heat and bad storms, the walk may be shortened.
Is the actual walk a full hour?
Yes, the hike is one hour, and your dog will be out of the house for at least a couple of hours. Some exceptions may occur in emergency situations.
Will my dog come home clean?
We will always do our best to make sure your pup comes home clean & dry. However, the trucks do not have running water on them so some exceptions may occur.
What are the advantages of daily training?
It’s important to maintain training with your dog. Like speaking a different language, they get rusty without routine practice. With daily work you will notice your pup become more responsive and tuned in.
Why is a consistent group setting helpful?
In a pack, the dogs feel more confident, learn from each other, and make great friends. They’re more open to new things and feel more secure when they’re with a pack. They learn by observing friend’s behaviors, reinforcing training. And they’re stoked to see their buddies at pick up!
What are the advantages of daily exercise & socialization?
Your pup will come home tired & happy. Like everyone, dogs need daily exercise to stay healthy. And socialization keeps their minds sharp and spirts high!
Is there proof of the walk?
Yes: Instagram stories and posts are maintained daily.
Is boarding offered?
Limited boarding is available for existing clients who are on regularly scheduled hikes.