Mid-Day Dog Walks

Let’s stretch our paws.

Mid-Day Dog Walks (11 am to 3 pm)

Mid-Day walks are a perfect break for your dog while you’re at work all day.  We don’t do pack walking so it’s just your dogs that we walk and spend quality time with. Mid-Day Dog Walks are one of most popular services! This service is ideal for business professionals who have pets who need to stretch their paws mid-afternoon.

Each 30-minute Visit Includes:

  • A 20-25 minute walk (weather permitting). When it’s over 90 degrees or under 40 degrees, walks are shortened and we have playtime inside.
  • We always pick up after your pet, you provide the bags.
  • Replenish water
  • Feed, if lunch time feeding is requested
  • Playtime, love, and attention
  • Brushing if requested
  • Give owner approved treats before we leave
  • Real-time visit notes delivered to you via email after each visit



Clients who use us weekly Monday through Friday for mid-day walks receive a discounted rate  = $18 per visit for up to 2 dogs. Each additional dog is an extra $2 per visit.

You are so good with him – and patient. We can’t thank you enough. You are his all time best dog walker – thank you again!

Cooper's Mom

YOU HAVE MY UNDYING APPRECIATION!! I got home later than expected and Sammy was so mellow and happy!!! THANK YOU!!! He was so much less anxious than usual. Why I didn’t do this sooner, I have no idea.

Sammy's Mom


*The discounted rate of $18 per visit only applies to clients who use us consistently for mid-day walks. 1 to 4 visits or occasional visits are the normal rate of $20 per visit.

So glad y’all enjoyed a nice long walk today. Getting your notes with their happy little faces is the highlight of my afternoon!! Thank you!

Teddy and Eleanor's Mom

I just want to say thank you for always being there to take care of my boys. Your pics during your visits are a highlight of my day. I’m truly blessed to have such a caring and trustworthy young lady to take care of my boys when I’m away from home.

Paddington and Oliver's Mom

How about an afternoon stroll?