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Most people are so busy with their jobs, kids, and other tasks the day is over before they realize the dog needs to go for a walk. If you fall into this group forget about feeling bad as we have the solution for you: pay a qualified dog walker to exercise the pooch while you are busy with all the other stuff.
But, not just anyone is going to be a good fit for your dog, so we have a few tips below to help with selecting the best person for this important task.
Because each breed of dog has his or her own personality, the last thing you want to do is hire a skinny teenager to walk your 200 pound St. Bernard. And you also should not hire someone who obviously cannot walk or jog with the dog without having a coronary.
So where do we go to find the perfect dog walker who will understand your dog and the dog will enjoy being around? Keep in mind this process is a lot like the way we go about finding a baby sitter. We want someone who is qualified, trustworthy, understands dogs, particular your breed, and has the skills to handle the dog while out walking.
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