Category Archives: Dog walker Job Description

My 100th Post

As I sit here at the computer I cannot believe I am writing my 100th and last post for dogstwentyfourseven. This blog means so much to me and has been a labour of love. I decided that I would like … Continue reading

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Dog Walker Memories Part One

I have been a dog walker over the last twelve years, and I love my job. My relationship with the families I work with makes my career very unique and special. Some of the families I have known for over … Continue reading

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My Dog Loving Friend

Over 10 years ago, I needed a dog walker for our yellow lab. I was working away from our home, and knew she needed someone special to get her out, and excercised. Ann Brown was the perfect fit. She lived nearby, and was … Continue reading

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Your Dog Walking Route

Going for a walk with your dog can be a gift for many reasons; physical fitness for you and your pooch, great thinking time when alone or maybe a chance to meet up with a friend to chat. My dog-walking … Continue reading

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Dogwalkers

From my own experiences meeting other walkers over the last twelve years in Toronto I can safely say that dog walkers are a very unique set of individuals. Most of the walkers I know started in their late twenties or … Continue reading

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What is that?

When I am out dog walking the time can provide opportunity to let my mind wander. When dogs are in a relaxed state it rubs off on me as we walk along in our rhythm; we the two and four-legged, … Continue reading

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The Dogwalker Detective

There are many things to enjoy when walking a dog. I love the freedom to go where ever I want without being told, and the unpredictability every walk can bring. This week in California a professional dog walker was walking … Continue reading

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Stinky Dogs

I would like to share with you a few stinky dog tales that I have experienced in my life. I know having had a dog in my family for most of my life there are many! My first that comes … Continue reading

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Dogs in the news

After feeling the bitter cold today I was reminded of an incident that happened two weeks ago. It was the first “real taste of winter” Toronto had experienced in the New Year. I headed to the off leash park in … Continue reading

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The Dog Gene

I have a theory some of us have the Dog Gene. For some, the Dog Gene shows up in childhood. For others, the Dog Gene does not develop until later in life. Mine was very obvious and appeared in childhood. … Continue reading

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