Need more information about Dog Walking in Singleton WA?
As lives get more demanding, dog owners are seeking answers to keeping their pups content and healthy. Mad Paws has a fantastic solution with our Dog Walking service. Many kennels have designated play time for pups, but we believe a better alternative to leaving your pup at a kennel, or at home alone is Dog Walking. Mad Paws’ platform gives your pup time with a caring dog walker in an actual home. This gives your pet more time outside in the sunshine and more of the attention they desire. The benefits of a pet sitter and Dog Walking in Singleton WA are:
Companionship – With a Dog Walking, the dog walker is consistently with your pup during his/her entire visit. However, at a kennel pups can be left without human contact and supervision for long periods of time. This can also affect their behavior and mental wellbeing if the kennel has any issues with other animals, or staff.
Confidence – Finding a professional, reliable caregiver that you and your pup trust gives you confidence that your pet is in the best care. Our dog walkers make it their priority to get to know your pet, understand and look after their individual needs and provide a healthy time of exercise and play. At a kennel you do not usually have the same caregiver and might be leaving your pet with staff they have never even had contact with before.
Play – A great advantage of Dog Walking with a dog walker is that your pup will get uninhibited play time with other pups and/or the dog walker. This freedom to play reduces anxiety and increases your pup's overall well-being. The socialization of play also encourages positive behavior and emotional intelligence in your pup.
A Safe Environment – Our dog walkers select healthy pets with no behavioral issues that fit in nicely with the pets they currently care for. A dog walker understanding the different personalities and needs of the pets in their care makes all the difference. On the other hand, kennel care with its close quarters and a variety of animals opens your pup up to a higher risk of illness, disease, and the stress that anxious and aggressive animals bring with them.