Share "Walk a Hound 'n Get Dog Tired" Program (Open to the Public)

It’s also gotten plenty of attention IRL, with many people responding who want to walk dogs.
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How to walk your dog correctly. Find out in this free online video series.

Expert: Elise McMahon
Bio: Elise McMahon has a Ph.D. in animal behavior, and has been working with both domestic and wild dogs since the early 1990s.
Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso
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With over 15 years experience as a caretaker for children, pets, special needs students and senior citizens, Walk a Pup just seemed to be the perfect fit for me. First off, I love dogs! My favorite is probably a big wet nose kiss, but it might be scratching that favorite spot above the tail, but mostly it's that look of satisfaction and contentment. Dogs are our gifts and I try to be around them as much as possible. When I am not walking dogs I enjoy sailing, tennis, reading and sharing meals with friends. of How to Walk a Big Dog was reviewed by  on May 29, 2017.
Photo provided by FlickrIt is like having an extra hand to hold the leash. It makes walking any dog relaxed & easy!
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Find and book certified dog walkers and dog sitters with Wag! Book a dog walk on-demand, scheduled, or on a recurring basis. See your dog being walked with live GPS tracking. Know whether your dog took care of its business after every walk.You can avoid or cure this typical dog-walking problem with a few simple exercises and determination that the dog will learn to walk on a leash.Are you a dog lover with pet care experience? Want to earn money working with dogs? Learn more about becoming a Wag! certified dog walker and sitter in your city.People who do not have yard, never comes to a question: “Can I walk my dog?”. They do not wonder if they can walk her when there’s a thunderstorm, when an earthquake has begun or even when the dog is in heat.“Can you walk a dog, when she’s in heat?” is one of the most popular questions we receive from female dog owners. To be true, in most cases, it comes from people living in a house with a yard, and rarely from those living in apartments. Wonder why?You CAN walk a dog in heat, and for most owners, who do not have a yard, they MUST walk a dog. The only question is: “HOW TO walk a female dog in heat?”They just have to walk her, no matter what, otherwise, her bladder will explode and the dog will die. (Okay, it’s not true, your dog most likely will hold as much as she can, and then relieve on your carpet. However, you got the point.)Break the trail! Easiest way to do it, is to put your dog in a car, and drive few blocks away, or, if possible, to some distant area, where you may walk your dog without worries. Then dogs who pick up her smell, will be able to track it just to a place, where your car was parked, no further. Problem solved.