GROUP DOG WALKING
The Urban Pooch offers pack or group dog walking daily Monday through Friday. Dogs must be social with other dogs, have the ability to walk at a moderate pace, and be comfortable riding in a car with other dogs. Dogs will be taken on ‘field trips’ and given a moderate to brisk paced walk with time to stop and sniff periodically and eliminate if they need to. The duration of the walk is usually 30 minutes. Clients must commit to a minimum of twice per week to join our service.
Price per walk = $30.00 for one family dog, $15 for additional family dogs
If you have a family dog or two that prefers solo walks, we can arrange to walk your dog(s) by appointment for specific durations and timeframes. Price will depend on the duration of the walk. We usually recommend a minimum of 30 minutes up to 1 hour. Please contact us via email or phone for pricing.
We offer pet sitting and vacation care at our location. New clients are required to do a complementary meet and greet with their dog present. Then a trial overnight prior to a client’s travel will be required. The cost for the trial overnight is $85.00. Rates for stays at our location are as follows:
Dogs over 1 year = $70
Dogs under 1 year = $85
– we require puppies and dogs under a year to be crate trained.
Daycare = $50 for up to 8 hours
DROP IN VISITS TO YOUR HOME
Daily pet care/drop in visits in your home with no overnight service is also available. This is generally a 30-minute visit to feed animals, take in mail, water plants, clean litter boxes and administer medication if necessary. If dogs are being left home alone, it will include a short dog walk.
Price for one visit to your home = $30.00
Don’t see what you are looking for on our site? Please call us and ask!! We are happy to provide additional services or tailor a custom package for you! Here are some other things we offer to help you love your pets even more!!
- Pet taxi – taking your pet to the groomer, veterinarian, boarding facility, etc.
- Puppy Playtime – multiple visits for young puppies and social interaction with them at home during critical socialization windows.