You have been out Christmas shopping all day. You have a few more gifts to find then you would really just like to have a long, relaxing dinner at your favourite restaurant.
But, your beloved dog is eagerly waiting for you at home, where he has been alone all day. The thought of his sad face, as he waits by the door, twists your heart.
It doesn’t have to be that way.
You can hire a dog walker while you are out Christmas shopping.
A professional dog walker ensures your dog gets the exercise, socialization, and attention he craves while you can relax and enjoy your day, knowing that your dog is well taken care of and will be happily tired when you return home.
But, a dog walker isn’t just the perfect solution for when you are spending time Christmas shopping. A dog walker can also ensure you a stress-free experience when:
- You are at work.
- You are going to a party or to a wedding and expect to be home late in the evening.
- You have a late meeting at work or you have to work overtime.
- You have visitors who you will be taking around town, which means you won’t be spending much time at home or with your dog.
Hiring a dog walker benefits you and your dog. Your dog will enjoy:
- Plenty of exercise. A dog walker will ensure your dog gets a long walk and is tired when he returns home.
- The opportunity to socialize. Dogs crave socialization. A dog walker allows your dog to break up the monotony of the day and to meet other dogs and people.
- A chance to use the toilet. Imagine being stuck at home all day with no opportunity to use the toilet. Your dog will be able to use the toilet, reducing the risk of you returning home to find he’s had an accident.
- Lots of love and affection. Every dog loves to hear his name called, to have his ears rubbed, and to have all of the attention on him. Your professional dog walker will shower your dog with love and affection, making sure he feels content until you return home.
Booking a professional dog walker is simple. Just call Pet Sitters Ireland to set up your initial meet and greet, which gives you, your dog, and your dog walker the chance to get to know each other before your dog’s newest adventure begins.