Woofwalk | Dog Sitter & Dog Walker
Do you know how much exercise does your dog need?
When was the last time you took them for a walk?
Is your increasing hours of work causing you to leave your pet at home for extended hours?
Are they going crazy for staying at home for too long?
Do they get too excited or too frustrated that they bark excessively and couldn't calm down easily?
How Do We Help?
We or our walkers / sitters, will come over to your place and spend time with your pet.
Depending on their habits, character and your preference, a 30mins or 45mins full walk or play can be arrange.
This will be helpful when there is no one at home to help out to their timings or when you need to go for a holiday or an urgent overseas trip.
Some pets might feel more comfortable in their home environment rather then being placed at hotels or home stays.
Rest assured that photos, videos and walk apps will be presented to you, so that you know on real time, the walking and sitting developments.
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Benefits Of Dog Walking
A study by Michigan State University showed that people who walk their dogs are 34% more likely to meet expected levels of exercise, with a recommended level of 150 minutes of activity such as dog walking per week.
Matthew Reeves, the co-author of the study said,
"There is no magic bullet in getting people to reach those benchmarks but walking a dog has a measurable impact.
One in five dog owners are too lazy to give their pets a daily walk, a new study has shown.
Despite the advice from vets and animal welfare experts, around two million dogs are not getting enough exercise.
The shocking findings follows the revelation that a third of dogs are now overweight in Britain - and that nearly half could die early because of obesity related illness within a few years.
Caroline Kisko, the Kennel Club Secretary, said: 'Too many dogs are not getting the exercise that they need, which can reduce both the length and quality of their life.
'The problem is that people think dogs get enough exercise walking around their back garden.
'But anyone who knows dogs, knows that they will walk around for a while but then sit down by the back door.
'It's a legal requirement that an owner has to meet their dog's daily needs.
And that means they need at least one walk of 30 to 40 minutes every day - and ideally a second one.
'It is one of the responsibilities of owning a dog.'
Vets say that all breeds of dog need daily walks - not just to keep them fit but also to stimulate their minds.
If dogs don't get enough mental stimulation, they can become bored, depressed and cause havoc in the home.
Owners also had busier lives - and less time to spend with their pets.