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Any pet owners who work full-time will understand that it’s not an easy task to look after our four-legged furry friends. Although we want to spend all our time with them, working schedules just don’t let us do so!
Luckily, there’s a group, Saratoga Dog Walkers, who help walk dogs during working hours, so that they can get their daily exercise in.
“Exercising a dogs body and mind is the lifeblood to feed his soul,” the New York-based dog walking group wrote in their Instagram bio.
In fact, Tim Pink, owner of the company, launched its “Midday Pack Walking” back in 2011, and it has been hugely popular since!
Its official website reads, “Tim started the mid-day pack walk program in 2011 to help meet the needs of Saratoga’s dogs when they need it most- while their owners are at work!”
Dogs need their daily walks as a pack to exercise, socialize, have their potty time and receive a tonne of love and affection.
“By meeting these needs on a daily basis, we start to see more well behaved, healthy, and well-rounded dogs!”
But what’s most impressive of all is that the walker can walk so many dogs at once, and they even pose perfectly for photos!
He knows just how to calm the canines down, so that they don’t fight or behave badly.
The walks are usually around 45 minutes long and cost $25 per walk, or $100 per week.
The walker makes sure each doggy gets two toilet breaks per walk.
And the canines will be walked in rain or snow!
Don’t they just look like one big happy family?
“By walking together on a regular basis, we’re creating a big family of well-behaved dogs in the local community,” the site reads.