Commitment Levels

Group Hike (either Late Morning or Afternoon):

  • 5 days per week: $33/walk
  • 4 days per week: $34/walk
  • 3 days per week: $36/walk
  • 2 days per week: $38/walk

Both Group Hikes (Late Morning & Afternoon):

  • 5 days per week: $29/walk
  • 4 days per week: $30/walk
  • 3 days per week: $32/walk
  • 2 days per week: $34/walk

Boarding: $95 per 24 hours. A 50% non-refundable deposit is required to reserve dates.

Long-term contracts only, 6+ months preferred. Schedules should remain consistent.

Prices set January 2022 and will track inflation.

Pickup & drop-off windows

Please do not expect pickup and drop-off at exactly the same time for every walk. We juggle too many variables to ensure it. Our routes are a bit different everyday and things happen that are out of our control.

  • A.M. Hike Pickup: 9:00a-11:30a, A.M. Hike Drop-off: 11:30a-2p
  • P.M. Hike Pickup: 11:30a-2p, P.M. Hike Drop-off: 3p-4:30p

Times are estimates and do vary.


Boarding is only for pre-existing clients who’s dogs attending group hikes regularly. A non-refundable deposit of %50 of the entire stay is required to reserve dates. Limited availability.


Without 24 hrs. notice, cancellations will be charged at 50% the cost of the walk. With 24 hrs. notice, you will not be charged. Medical exemptions are acceptable. If you’re gone for more than a couple months you may loose your spot.


All scheduling needs should be communicated via email with the relative subject line. Please do not only ask in person.

Time Off

No walks on U.S Federal holidays. No walks on weekends.


We require a physical key or code to ensure pick-ups and drop offs go smoothly, even if someone is working from home.

Foxtail Warning

Foxtail grass is everywhere in San Francisco and can be very dangerous for dogs, it has specifically evolved to stick in dog fur. DO NOT UNDERESTIMATE IT. By mechanism of one-way barbs it can burrow deep into skin and even travel throughout a dog’s body via arteries and veins, affecting major organs. Additionally the burs can get lodged in dog’s noses and ears. Everyone needs to double check their pup’s feet (in between toes), nostrils, and ears after walks.