need | skills & temperment |
walk about town
It's your neighborhood. All the familiar scents. Favorite spots to get biscuits. Friendly, familiar faces and smells wherever you turn. No chance to runaway, to not come when called.
While we at Doggie Daytrippers would love for all friends to go on our fieldtrips, we understand that some dogs just can't do it. If after the initial consultation, Young Fido doesn't quite understand why he has to return when called, we can introduce a bit of structure and pack-etiquette through our walks and then reassess at another time.
But, maybe playing well with others just wasn't on the list of things to do on your list. Maybe you have issues with other four-legged (or two-legged, or rolling, or moving) friends. That's why we also offer solo walks.
All of our GROUP, SOLO or PEE-PEE walks provide a brisk cardiovascular workout, a stop by your favorite tree, a chance to say "Hi!" to all your friends, and a little nibbley snack.
- Group You and a couple of friends take a spin
through the 'hood, check things out, and stay firmly and securely on leash.
You can have fun [good, clean, on-leash fun], but there will be no 'off-leash'
dilly-dallying since the words "Come Here Now" are not in your
vocabulary. A group walk is 30-40 minutes long. | rates |
- Solo For that "doesn't play well with
others" kind of dog. Don't like to share? The smell of rawhide gets
you cranky? You, and only you, step out and stomp through the neighborhood
on your leash. You can be as 'sensitive' as you wanna be: its all about
you, and only you, for 30 minutes. | rates |
- Pee-Pee Gotta go, gotta go, gotta go right now! Little bladders need a chance to go. A zippy 20 minutes 'round to the corner tree and back in for a snooze. And a snack! | rates |