Please contact one of our canine concierges by email or give us a call for pricing.
Yes. You can expect photos and emails, notes or text messages to let you know how their fun-filled adventure went.
Yes. Dogs over 8 months old must be spayed or neutered to participate in our group fitness programs.
Our pack leaders are certified in canine first aid. If an emergency arises while out on a walk, we will take your dog to the closest vet clinic and we will notify you that we are on our way there.
All dogs participating in our fitness programs need to be licensed by the City of Toronto and a city dog tag needs to be attached to their collar. The fee for a license is $25.00. If you are fined for having a dog without a license the fine can be more than $300.
Probably! We like our dogs to have fun on their walks and unfortunately fun for some dogs means lying in puddles and rolling around in the dirt. We do have clean towels in our vehicles and we try to dry the dogs off as best we can. We also ask that you leave a towel by the door for them. Dogs with long and curly coats often retain sand and dirt which seems to fall out over time- especially when they are lying on your new sofa it seems! We would be pleased to leave your dog in a designated area such as a crate, or smaller room so that any mess is confined to a limited area of your home.
Each of our pack leaders are licensed, bonded and insured. Our screening process includes a criminal record check.
Dogs are shuttled to their activities in our specially equipped vans. To ensure their safety, each dog is tethered during transit and while loading or unloading. Some dogs also travel in crates. Each shuttle is equipped with first aid kits and cell phones. They're fully heated, air-conditioned and well-ventilated (perhaps a bit smelly!).
Yes, but you'll need to entrust us with a house key. For your security and privacy, all clients' keys are coded with no identifying information on the tag.
Our fitness and adventure programs are available to Toronto dogs living South of the 401, East of Bathurst, West of Victoria Park, North of Lakeshore Blvd. Outside of our service area? Give us a call, we may be able to recommend another service provider.
We need 24 hours notice to cancel a walk without charge. The full rate will be charged for:
- • insufficient notice;
- • your dog isn’t there when we arrive; or,
- • we can't gain access.
We email invoices directly to you. We accept Paypal, Visa, Mastercard, cheque, cash or by email money transfer. Or pay in advance and save with our Prepaid packages (hence the name!). Fitness clients who do drop-in walks will be invoiced every 2 weeks.
So many behavioural problems are caused by boredom and insufficient exercise. Most dogs need a minimum of 60 minutes daily of aerobic exercise; some need twice that much—or more. Active breeds, like the sporting, herding, hound, terrier groups and the northern breeds—and virtually all adolescent dogs—thrive on lots of exercise.
Using GPS devices to track the distance, our responsible, fun-loving, uber-fit pack leaders guide small groups of dogs on our fast-paced, long distance nature treks. The target distance is 8kms but can vary depending on the needs of the dogs as well as the weather and trail conditions.
These hikes are off-leash only. In order to participate, each dog must have good recall and social skills.
Our hikes take place in conservation areas in and around the city. Each pack leader is trained to assess the needs of their group and select a suitable trail. But these are more than just furry free-for-alls. We like to think of it as controlled fun. Positive reinforcement is used to direct and control the pack, which owners really appreciate because it helps to improve their dog's training and response times at home.