Dog Walking

Our dog walking service always include:

  • Care, attention, and exercise with our professional fully trained dog walkers
  • Fresh food and water (feedings are no additional charge as long as it’s as simple as putting some food out for your dog after the walk)
  • Top safety rules and procedures for your dog's well being


We don’t walk dogs in packs, we don’t wear headphones while walking and we operate with the highest standards of care and safety because we know just how much your little fluffy ones mean to you! Our goal is to make sure that your dogs get the exercise and attention that they need, and that our clients feel confident that their pets are in good hands on a daily basis.

Dog Walking Services

Individual 30-Minute Walk

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Our standard walk – and we ensure your dog always enjoys a full half hour of exercise.


$18 - $22 Per walk (Discount Packages Available)

$5 - Each additional dog

$5 - Same day booking fee (services booked less than 12 hours notice.)

$10 - Holiday fee per visit (max $20 per day) 

Individual 60-Minute Walk

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Best for larger/energetic breeds.



$26 - $32 Per walk (Discount Packages Available)

$5 - Each additional dog

$5 -  Same day booking fee (services booked less than 12 hours notice.)

$10 - Holiday fee per visit (max $20 per day) 

Individual 15-Minute Walk*

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For toy breeds, older dogs, or those with health issues, only.


$14 - $17 Per walk (Discount Packages Available)

$5 - Each additional dog

$5 - Same day booking fee (services booked less than 12 hours notice.)

$10 - Holiday fee per visit (max $20 per day) 

*Availability subject to assessment

See our full list of Additional Fee's and our cancellation policy.


We offer an assortment of walk packages that provide you with  the best value and savings.  They can be setup to auto renew for regular  revolving weekly service, or you can request services as needed.

MONTHLY  PACKAGE RATES & INFORMATION

Top safety rules

We Use Carabiner Clips

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For solid dog walking safety, we securely attach dogs to ourselves with  mountaineering carabiner clips. It’s not hands-free dog walking and the leash  is still firmly held, but you know that your dog won’t break free from  their walker.

Scanning Sidewalks

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New York streets and sidewalks can be a minefield of broken glass,  chicken bones and other hazards. We train our walkers to scan the  sidewalk constantly, not to be distracted on their phone.

No Light Poles!

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Some  light poles in NYC are poorly maintained and have loose wires or open  access hatches. There is a risk of shock, so we train our walkers to  avoid them!