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Are you unable to give your dog enough exercise? Is your dog overly anxious or excited? Does your dog behave destructively, like chew your shoes? Does your schedule stop you from taking your dog out for regular walks, to eliminate and stretch its legs? Then you need our help! We can come to your home to walk and exercise your dog following a schedule that fits your needs - and those of your dog.


This service is perfect for clients who prefer to or must give their dog individual attention with one-on-one walks and play time. It is also ideal to help teach pups that are over six months old to learn basic walking-on-a-leash training.


This service is ideal for clients with dogs that thrive by having a connection and interaction with other dogs; the service helps dogs learn to socialize with other dogs. Give your dog the gift of a brother or sister a few times a week without having to actually care for another dog in your home!

Ideally, group walks are best with 3 dogs, but groups of 2 to 5 are also good; dogs should also be from your neighborhood to facilitate organizing the group - we can help you identify other dogs in your neighbourhood for this service although you could have more success if you approach neighbours yourself. 

To participate in a group walk, proof of your dog's vaccination and parasite control from a Veterinarian is required. 

An aggressive dog may not
participate in a group walk.

We add value to this service

>  The drive to and from your home to give each walk.

>  Plenty of tender, loving care.

>  Playtime with favorite toys or activities.

>  Outside walks for exercise and elimination.

>  Daily reports that chart the activities and health of your dog.

>  Fresh food and water, and clean up of the bowls and feeding and watering area.

>  Administration of medications.

>  Clean up of small accidents, including in the crate, (see "Clean up of excessive pet elimination" under "Other" on our Rates page for big accidents).

>  Our Veterinarian Notification Card (see "Pet Medical and the Veterinarian Notification Card", under the "Emergencies" section of our Procedures page).

>  Choice of path to be walked; e.g. neighbourhood park or trail (must respect City By-Laws).

>  Basic walking-on-a-leash training.

Why choose fitness for paws

Your dog will not be cooped up alone in the confines of your home or a crate without a chance to walk or run outside.

Exercise done regularly will help maintain and improve your dog's health, especially if it is a larger and more active dog.  

Exercise done regularly will help to improve and maintain your dog's ability to be less anxious, excited, and/or destructive.  

Veterinary research indicates it is detrimental to the health of a pet's internal organs if it has to "hold it" all day.

Helps dogs learn to interact and socialize with other dogs and persons, and the environment outside your home.

5 simple steps
  1. If you're a new client (you never used our services before) send us a Quote request. A returning client (you used our services before) needs to send us a Reservation request.

  2. We'll respond by emailing a detailed Quote to a new client, or a Reservation confirmation to a returning client

  3. If you're a new client, you need to inform us that you accept our Quote. A returning client does not need to accept the Reservation confirmation.

  4. The sitter we assign will contact you to schedule a Meet & Greet and/or prepare for the assignment. A Meet & Greet is required for new clients. Returning clients can opt out.

  5. Once you sign the Professional Sitting Service Agreement, give us a deposit, register for Ready Key, and give us the keys to your home, our service visits can start (if you are a new client, you must give a completed Veterinarian Notification Card to your Vet. before our first visit).

Ready Key

If you plan on using this service more than once, we strongly  recommend you sign up for Ready Key for the many advantages it provides you.

We offer flexibility

>  From 1 day a week to 7, and in any combination, e.g., every Tuesday and Thursday.

>  Normally occur between 8 AM and 8 PM (visits before 8 AM or after 8 PM, or overnight, are possible).

>  Common durations are 15, 30, 45, or 60 minutes (longer visits, adding 15-minute increments, are possible)

>  1 to 4 visits per day are common (more are possible).

>  Any start time for a visit is possible.

>  Frequency, duration, and start times of visits are guided by the type and number of pets, and their needs.


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