Doggie Out -Pet Sitting & Dog Walking | Phoenix, Arizona
Serving Phoenix, Scottsdale & Paradise Valley.
Bound for caring hands...
Doggie Out provides individualized care, years of professional experience, and a connection with your pets. We practice dog walking (mostly one-on-one attention, not groups of dogs), pet sitting (dogs, cats, small animals).
More than just dog walking-- it's a visit to your best friend, go for a
walk, sniff some corners, and play. Mental stimulation is crucial in
dogs, company is too. And every now and then, I will train them
using positive reinforcement, as taught by Victoria Stilwell (It's Me
Or The Dog).
TLC for your canine child, the best care and love I share as if they were my own.
SEASONS OF LOVE IN THE HISTORY OF DOGGIE OUT- Chapter 1
525,600 minutes! Or well, maybe another number, more minutes. How do you measure the fun, the laughter, the puppy training steps? Well, it all started in Boston Strong. Then, Sparky, my dog, actually talked to me, and said, "I'm tired of the snow! Let's go to the Grand Canyon!" I could not say no...
SEASONS OF LOVE AND A BIT OF DESERT: ARIZONA- Chapter 2
Now, Arizona is the host for Doggie Out. I have seen the cutest dogs at the Biltmore, shopping with their owners, or just hanging out at the patio. I look forward to taking care of your canine babies as if they were my own. As far as Sparky's journey, he's training for the big trip to the Grand Canyon. He won't stop barking about it. He's like a dog with a bone. D'oh! He is a dog!
Doggie Out Alumni- Adventures While Dog Sitting!
First Runner Up: KISMET
Likes to hold hands, guard her treats (or run for your life!), and eating pizza crusts off the streets of Back Bay, Boston.
She got so happy every time I came back to her house, like you have your own fan club of 1 dog!
Second Runner Up: MARSHALL
He later acquired the nick-name of Mooshy, Mooshy-Moosh, Moosh, 'cause he's a mushy guy. I mean, look at that face: he's a model! He's a bit of a diva, a great running partner, and a total joke when he's eating ice cubes off of your hands. Oh, I forgot he was always complaining in the car, yet, he wanted to be in the car so much! I guess he liked socializing with other dogs at the park... Mr. Love
Email me and tell me who do you think should win, and why.
Measure your life in love...