Dogs leave paw prints forever on our hearts.

A service for crated puppies that may include (depending on puppy's age) a walk/playtime, feeding, medication administration, treats and... clean-up!​


Introducing  a new puppy into your home is one of the greatest pleasures  in life.  It’s so great to see them explore their new surroundings and  form a  bond with their new parents. But puppies are also a lot of work!  They  need so much care and attention in those first few weeks, but you  still  have to work, right? We're here to help get you through the period  where your puppy is too young for  outside walks but needs someone to  stop by to feed them, clean up any  accidents and work off some energy.  Most of all, your puppy just needs  some big old friendly hugs to  reassure them that they haven’t been  forgotten about. This is what we  do!

Puppy Service Visits

30-Minute Visits

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Enough time to play!


$22 - Per visit (1 visit per day)

$18  - Per visit (2+ visits per day)

$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)

60-Minute Visits

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Mega-puppy session!


$32 - Per visit (1 visit per day)

$26  - Per visit (2+ visits per day)

$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)

Most clients book a mid-morning and mid-afternoon visit for the first 1-2 months (until puppy is housebroken).


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

What is a puppy visit?

It's usual for a puppy to have accidents either inside or outside of the crate during the training period. During a new puppy visit, the walker will typically race into your home, quickly take the puppy from the crate to the outside, then return once the puppy's done its “business” and clean the crate or any other accidents, it's all part of the service! 


Any remaining time on the visit is spent playing with your puppy and giving them all the affection they want. Whether it’s a game of tug with their favorite toy, chasing a squeaky ball around the room or just a good old fashioned belly rub, we’ll make sure they get as much attention as possible during the visit!

Should I crate my puppy?

Opinions differ on whether or not puppies should be crated but for the most part, we think that crating small puppies is a good idea. Crate training isn’t just beneficial in teaching your puppy to control their toilet functions – it also gives them a sense of security when they’re alone in the apartment. Small puppies can sometimes find large spaces overwhelming when they’re alone and so many people adjust the space in their crate so that there’s just enough room for them to stretch out and turn around. 


It’s also a good idea to put some kind of sheet or blanket over the crate to make them feel cozy and secure. They also appreciate a couple of their favorite chew toys in there! Many people also like to leave a radio or the TV on to distract their puppy from noises in the hallway – a common source of stress for puppies left alone.

Can you give my puppy medicine?

We take all requests to administer medicine on a case by case basis. Usually if it’s just a case of giving your dog a pill or adding medicine to their food it’s very straightforward, however if your puppy requires an injection then we will have to talk with you first to establish the best way of doing this without causing too much distress to your puppy.

Progressing to outside walks

It's always best to consult with your vet, and they will tell you that your puppy cannot be walked outside until they’ve finished the full course of shots. However, some owners like to take their puppy outside before then so that they can get used to the outside world as soon as possible. This is usually OK as long as you make sure your puppy doesn’t make contact with other dogs or sniff around areas that other dogs have used as a bathroom. It’s always a good idea to thoroughly wipe your puppy’s paws when returning home in case they lick them. Alternatively, some owners prefer just to carry their puppy around outside without putting them down. We can do whatever you want, just let us know!