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Seattle, WA 98101Seattle, WA 98101

An independent and locally owned dog care provider, Cat's Got Your Dog is located in Seattle, Washington that serves clients in the wider local metropolitan area. Fully licensed, bonded, and insured for clients' protection, Cat's Got Your Dog is available for such services as dog walks, dog play dates and field trips, house and pet sitting, and short "Pop In" appointments. House sitting services also include the collection of mail, plant care, curtains and light cleaning, and other services. The company offers clients a no-obligation consultation on its work and does not charge for appointment cancellations prior to arrival on clients' property.

Seattle, WA 98101Seattle, WA 98101

Website(206) 434-6648

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2 (Better)

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5 / 5 ( Best)

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26 (Best)

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Seattle, WA 98133Seattle, WA 98133

In the industry since opening its doors in 2004, Doglover Dogwalk is a professional dog walking and dog socialization company located in Seattle, Washington that serves clients in the North Seattle metropolitan area. The company is owned and operated by Monica Magee, who was named as the featured pet care professional in the Seattle Area by Petsit USA in 2008. Services provided by Doglover Dogwalk include playgroups, new puppy care, and dog shuttle services. Previous clients praise the company for its experience, its trustworthy reputation, its boarding services, and the level of attention and care the company dedicates to each dog entrusted to it.

Seattle, WA 98133Seattle, WA 98133

Website(206) 579-7336

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3 (Best)

Average Review Score:

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Total Reviews:

19 (Better)

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Consistent (Best)

Shoreline, WA 98133Shoreline, WA 98133

One Dog at a Time is a professional dog care and training company based out of Shoreline, Washington. The company serves clients in the surrounding metropolitan area and is headed by August Henrich, who is a graduate of the esteemed Northwest School of Canine Studies and is a member of the Association of Professional Dog Trainers. In addition to training methods approved by the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, One Dog at a Time is also available for behavior modification services and dog walking. Previous clients praise the company for its effective techniques and its dog-friendly methods.

Shoreline, WA 98133Shoreline, WA 98133

Website(206) 851-5636

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Online Profiles:

2 (Better)

Average Review Score:

5 / 5 ( Best)

Total Reviews:

11 (Better)

Score Consistency:

Consistent (Best)

Seattle, WA 98155Seattle, WA 98155

Sassy Paws Pet Care is a professional pet service company that serves clients throughout the wider Seattle metropolitan area, including Ballard, Greenwood, Shoreline, Queen Anne, and beyond. The company is fully licensed and insured for clients' protection and is trained and certified in Pet CPR and Pet First Aid. Services offered by Sassy Paws Pet Care include day visits, dog walking, and overnight pet care. The owner-operator of Sassy Paw Pet Care has more than a decade of experience as a local animal shelter volunteer and uses positive reinforcement methods in her work. The company is praised by former clients for its compassionate and caring nature.

Seattle, WA 98155Seattle, WA 98155

Website(206) 225-3767

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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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