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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

How does it all work?

You contact us to schedule a dog walk and we show up take your dog for their walk.  Then you can pay us by cash or card.  To contact us, go to the Contact page and fill out the contact form and we will get back to you.  Our phone number and email address is also there.  Scheduling can also be done with the Online Scheduler on the Service page.

We like to meet the dogs first to see if it is a good fit for everyone. We have a short questionnaire to fill out on the first walk.  (It looks like this, feel free to print). 

How do we schedule online and pay with a card?

Go to our Service page and select how long you want your dog to be walked (click on the picture to find a time). To pay from your card, click the pay now button below the service you want. Pay anytime from before the walk, at the time of the walk or after the walk.

Do you pick up poop?  

Yes, we bring plastic bags and put them in a trash can.

Do you provide the leash?

We will have a leash on hand, but would prefer to use whatever leash/collar/harness you use, since your dog is used to it. 

What if it is raining / snowing/ hailing /very hot etc.?

We will walk your dog in all kinds of weather!  Exceptions would be extreme weather and thunderstorms.

If you feel the need to cancel for weather that is fine, cancel from the contact page, your email confirmation, or call us at 505-365-2800. (no texts please)

What time of day do you walk dogs?

We have many times of day available, morning and afternoon.  We homeschool so do not have to work around regular school hours.

Do you have any training?

Yes, we have completed an online dog walking course and are taking Dog and Cat First Aid from the American Red Cross.

Will you walk all kinds of dogs?  What kind of dogs do you walk?

We love all dogs, but don't walk ones what are VERY hard to manage or ones that may be dangerous. Breeds we don't walk are purebred pit bulls/bulldogs, rottweilers, german shepherds, siberian husky, boxer, doberman pinscher, alaskan malamute.


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