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 Welcome to The Dog Walking Nanny! We are pleased that you are  considering us to provide care for your pets. Our mission is to provide the  best quality pet care by treating our clients’ pets as if they were our own.

 We have designed our services to enrich your pet’s life as well as your  own.  We want to make caring for a pet easier and less stressful with our variety of  pet care services. We want to enrich your pet’s life by giving  them top quality  care. We know pets also want to have fun. Play is an  important element in a  pet’s life. We strive to ensure your pet is always in  a safe environment.

Ultimately, we hope we can partner with you to help your pet thrive and have a high quality of life. As you partner with us, we will have an initial consultation that will last approximately an hour to ensure that we both have the information we need to move forward.

Please feel free to contact us if you have feedback, questions or concerns. We can be reached by email at thedogwalkingnanny@gmail.com or by calling (303) 246-2945.

                                                                                                           

Latest Blog Entries

Walking An Excited Dog

Saturday, April 5, 2014, 9:41AM by Grace

Walking An Excited Dog
Five things to do when your dog gets overexcited before a walk.
By Pat Miller
You contemplate taking your dog for a walk with mixed emotions. You love the idea of going for a...  Read More »

 

The Younger Generation: Housetraining Your Puppies

Saturday, February 22, 2014, 10:45AM by Grace

Before You Start
Before you begin teaching the puppy to eliminate outdoors, the puppy should be vaccinated and free of internal parasites, since an infested puppy may find it impossible to control his bowel movements.
 
The Paper...  Read More »

 

Avoid Dangerous and Expensive Pet Injuries this Winter

Sunday, January 19, 2014, 12:28PM by Grace

January 19, 2014
Avoid Dangerous and Expensive Pet Injuries this Winter
The Dog Walking Nanny shares tips to prevent common weather-related pet injuries.
Winter can be harsh on pets - especially small animals and smooth-coated breeds. Pets...  Read More »