Dogs regularly need at least one 20 to 60 minute walk or playtime everyday to keep them physically and mentally fit. Small dogs need exercise just as much as their larger counterparts.
If you have busy days, you can maintain your dog's health with the support of a dog walker.
Good paced walks create something for a dog to focus on and Boost Confidence + Decrease Anxiety + Increase Socialization + Strengthen Doggy Manners + Promote Happiness --
just to name a few benefits.
My inspiration to owning
My name is Darci and here's a little background of how Lovin' My Leash began in 2010.
A friend of mine and I had been talking about what my next career move should be. I had worked in a couple different animal hospitals as a veterinarian technician and as a kennel manager in the past and knew it was where I belonged. When I switched to working in an office, I realized I missed working with animals immensely.
My friend and I talked again and we both knew it was time for me to start being
where I belong again,
which is with dogs and cats.
Lovin’ my Leash was created thereafter because dogs and I share similar interests. We love to be outside, walk daily, bond, socialize
and of course playing.
My newest addition, Kane a 2-year young,
112 lb. Cane Corso.
Biggest mush even compared to some of my 8-pounders.
Yet another pup for me to love.
. . . some basic options for your dog
Created because It is the best way to get your pet to exercise while having fun. Your pet will receive a 20 - 25 minute walk with mental and physical stimulation.
This walk gives your pet more time to have fun and get exercise They will receive a 25 - 30 minute walk with mental and physical stimulation.
This walk is best for very active dogs or dogs that cannot get out as often. They will receive a
30 - 35 minute walk with mental and physical stimulation.
- Exercise and Services are tailored to your
pet's needs -
Added pounds can rob pets of years of their precious lives. To keep your pet(s) fit, engage in some activity together each day.
Take it slowly if your pet(s) is/are not used to regular exercise.
Twenty minutes is a good goal, but some pets need time to work up to that. Nothing will please your pet(s) more than playing or taking a walk. You and your pet(s) will have fun and feel less stress while bonding.