Best Dog Walkers in Tucson

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Happy Tails Pet Services

Tucson, AZ 85745
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Happy Tails Pet Services has a team of 25 staff members who serve more than 1,500 clients in the Tucson area. The owner of the dog walking business, Vicki Reason, is a past treasurer for the National Association of Professional Pet Sitters Board and the current treasurer for the Animal Welfare Alliance of Southern Arizona. Vicki has experience as a veterinary assistant and is certified in Pet First Aid and CPR. Happy Tails Pet Services gives 30-minute walks around the neighborhood or at a local park, and walks one dog at a time. The business also pet sits in short daytime visits or overnight. Trained staff can administer insulin injections, subcutaneous fluids, and other medications, and have experience caring for pets with diabetes, epilepsy, and arthritis. Clients have praised the company for its reliable and organized staff.

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Home Sweet Home Pet Sitting and Dog Walking Services

Tucson, AZ 85711
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Home Sweet Home Pet Sitting and Dog Walking provides midday walking and walks in the park in the Tucson area. The licensed, bonded, insured, and veterinarian-reccommended business dog and cat sits for 30 to 60 minutes per session and pet sits overnight for 12 to 24 hours. Pet sitting services include walking, feeding, fresh water, pet area cleaning, waste pick-up, medication administration, trips to the vet, and personal attention. The company also house sits and transports pets to vet and grooming appointments. Home Sweet Home Pet Sitting and Dog Walking is a member of Pet Sitters International and the Humane Society of Southern Arizona, and is accredited by the Better Business Bureau. The owner is certified in Pet First Aid and CPR. Pet owners give positive feedback for the company's dedicated and caring staff.

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Paws-A-Moment

Rio Rico, AZ 85648
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Paws-A-Moment is a home-based dog walking business with flexible hours, including holiday hours. The company, based in Rio Rico, walks dogs in 30-minute sessions, and tailors the experience to each dog's individual needs. Dog walkers always carry water with them and give plenty of loving attention. Caretakers can stop by for 15-minute potty breaks while owners are away. Paws-A-Moment also cares for senior or disabled dogs, with services including disabled dog assistance, medication administration, bandage changing, and post-surgical services. The company's doggie daycare socializes dogs and gives them plenty of playtime during the day. Caretakers offer pet sitting service, which include fresh food and water, grabbing mail, watering plants, turning lights on and off, and personal attention. Pet owners have praised Paws-A-Moment for its reasonable prices and intelligent, patient, loving staff.

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Reigning Cats & Dogs

Tucson, AZ 85732
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Reigning Cats & Dogs has been serving the Tucson area since 2006. The staff are certified in Pet First Aid and CPR, and the business is a member of Pet Sitters International and the Humane Society of Southern Arizona. The bonded and insured business walks up to three dogs for 20 to 60 minutes and provides short poop scooping visits. Reigning Cats & Dogs also pet sits in 20, 30, 45, or 60-minute visits up to four times a day. Pet sitting services include cleaning water and food bowls, feeding and watering pets, poop scooping, playtime and affection, medication administration, watering houseplants, collecting mail, taking out trash, and giving daily text, phone, or email updates. Pet owners give positive feedback for the company's attention to detail and reliable staff.

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The Fairy DogParents

Tucson, AZ 85711
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Founded in 2014, The Fairy DogParents is a licensed, bonded, and insured Tucson dog walking business. The founders have owned dogs for most of their lives and are certified in dog First Aid and CPR. Pet owners can schedule free meet and greets with a caregiver to ensure their pets will get along with staff and get their needs met. The business walks dogs for 15 minutes to one hour, which includes water breaks. The company provides customized dog visits, with playtime, feeding, walking, and medication administration, plus plant watering and mail retrieval upon request. Staff can also care for animals such as fish, lizards, snakes, cats, and tarantulas. Pet owners have praised The Fairy DogParents for its reliable staff who always leave the house clean and tidy and who pets love.

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The Pet Nanny In-Home Pet Sitting, LLC

Tucson, AZ 85750
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The Pet Nanny In-Home Pet Sitting, LLC is a bonded and insured business that has served Tucson clients since 2010. The business provides 30-minute dog walking services for pets who need regular, weekly care. Staff include playtime, potty breaks, medication administration, and companionship with the walking service. The business also pet sits overnight, checks in on pets during the day, and provides home care including plant watering, mail retrieval, and swimming pool monitoring. The company is a member of Pet Sitters International, the National Association of Professional Pet Sitters, Professional United Pet Sitters, and PetSit USA. The business is accredited by the Better Business Bureau with an A+ rating. Pet owners have praised The Pet Nanny In-Home Pet Sitting for its flexible, engaged owner who communicates well and provides thoughtful service.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How do I become a dog walker?

A: There are several ways you can become a dog walker:

  • Work for yourself by offering your services in your community.
  • Apply to a dog walking company for a part-time or full-time job.
  • Sign up for apps like Rover that let you pick up dog walking shifts whenever you want.

Q: How do I start a dog walking business?

A: You don’t necessarily need professional training in dog walking to start a dog walking business; although, it might help! After creating a website, you’ll need to build up a clientele roster. You can do this by offering introductory competitive rates as you wait to grow a reputation in your area.

Q: How soon can I walk my dog after neutering?

A: Usually, dogs should be allowed to rest with minimal activity the first 24-48 hours post-neutering. During this time, just take your dog out for their bathroom breaks. After that, you can start integrating short walks back into their routine. Your vet should provide you with clear guidelines for walking post-neutering.

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