Train & Walks
Please Note That we Currently Have a Waitlist for Train & Walks. Please Email email@example.com to be put on a Waitlist.
Does your dog need to exercise and needs a bit of training? This service offers physical and mental stimulation for your dog with one of our dog trainers. Training topics include basic obedience, leash manners, leash reactivity, socialization or whatever else you want your dog to be working on. This program allows us to build upon your dog's training by challenging them in different environments.
All clients enrolled in the Train & Walk program receive monthly report cards detailing what your dog has been working on as well as additional steps to work on at home! Clients will also receive video and photo updates via text after each of their dog's walks.
All walking clients must have a free meet & greet with our Walking Coordinator prior to starting walks - this is also required for existing clients who use other services. During the meet & greet we will get to know a bit about your dog, go over walking policies, how to access your home for walks and more. To set up a meet & greet please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that in order to enroll in this program clients must commit to a minimum of three walks a month.
30 Minute Walk: $35.10+GST
60 Minute Walk: $49.50+GST
10 x 30 Minute Train & Walks - $320+GST (10% Savings)
10 x 60 Minute Train & Walks - $450+GST (10% Savings)
To view our walking policies, click here.
What People Are Saying...
“We have been using the “train and walk” service once a week and it has been fantastic! Leesa has been working hard with our pug puppy, who is reactive to cars, people and bicycles. She also has been working on loose leash training. We’ve noticed a huge difference in our dog’s walking!! We also had some private sessions in our home which were very helpful with our busy pup. They are very professional, communicate often, and even take pictures on walks, which we love! Our pug is obsessed with them and loves getting belly rubs, treats, and lots of love when they visit, in addition to positive training and skills that are going to help her as she grows into a calmer and less reactive walker.”