Come home to a relaxed, happy, well-exercised pet.
Why your dog needs a dog walker
Dog walking benefits your dog’s physical and mental health.
Boredom and lack of exercise are the cause of many dog behavioral and physical problems. Physical and mental stimulation on a daily basis will soothe your pet’s body, mind and spirit.
Regular walking with Houston’s Best Pet Sitters’ dependable dog walkers will help:
- Expend excess energy
- Keep dog’s muscles toned
- Keep dog’s joints healthy
- Keep dog’s urinary and digestive tracts healthy (and avoid “accidents”)
Emotional and Mental Benefits
Regular walking with one of our dog walkers will help:
- Relieve your dog’s boredom when you’re away
- Reduce destructive behavior in the home
- Keep your dog happier and less anxious
- Give your dog the chance to “be a dog.” Sniffing, exploring and being outdoors are important to your best friend!
If any of these describes you, you need a dog walker:
Are you a working pet parent?
- Long hours at work? Houston’s Best Pet Sitters offers dog walking to give your best friend a bright spot during the day.
- Tired of rushing straight home from work to walk your dog while your co-workers go out for a good time? Our dog walkers will give your dog exercise and companionship while you enjoy an evening out with friends. Let Houston’s Best Pet Sitters give you back your social life!
- Dreading walking in the door because your dog is hyper? Or because you find chewed-up shoes, destroyed sofa pillows, shredded paper—or worse? Houston’s Best Pet Sitters will give your dog much-needed exercise to keep his body healthy and his mind occupied.
Do you have an older or disabled parent with a dog?
- You know the health benefits of dog ownership for older adults—reduced blood pressure, increased mental health, decreased loneliness. Your mom or dad loves their dog, but just can’t walk long enough—or fast enough—to give their beloved pet the exercise dogs need to stay healthy and happy.
- You’re concerned that your older parent may get tripped up or get pulled off their feet and fall during a walk.
Are you facing recuperation from illness, surgery or injury?
- You’re well enough to be home, but not feeling quite up to brisk dog walks yet. But your dog needs exercise and potty breaks.
- Your doctor has restricted your activity while you recover. No lifting, bending, etc. Who will take your dog out for much-needed walks?
Do you just want to give your best friend something they’ll enjoy?
Dogs love going for walks. They love being outside in the sunshine and fresh air, having a change of scenery, stopping to sniff and explore, stretching their legs, and seeing the neighborhood. Chances are, your dog spends most of the day alone inside while you’re away. Doesn’t your best friend deserve a bright spot during the day? Let Houston’s Best Pet Sitters’ award-winning dog walkers help you make your dog happier, healthier, and more fun to be with!