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The dog walking culture is strong in Liberty Village with certified dog walkers in the plenty throughout the neighborhood and surrounding region. Finding the right one for your dog is where the tricky part sort of lies. No matter if it’s a walk on their own, heading out on a group walk, to get trained, or just for fun, there are some attractive dog walking services in Liberty Village to browse.

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Dogs World Walking – 69 Lynn Williams Street

A lot of people prefer to go with a certified dog walker. If that’s you, starting your search with Dogs World Walking is a good place. This business is upfront with their force free and positive reinforcement training program, which is used on each group walk and puppy visit. Their bookings are pretty flexible, the prices are competitive, and the service is top notch at least according to their regular clientele. If you’re looking to ease your way into providing your dog to a dog walker, this service might be ideal to get started.

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The Village Dog Pack – all across Liberty Village

Another great choice, The Village Dog Pack, exclusively services Liberty Village. Made of certified professional walkers and trainers, you can’t go wrong with this choice either. The Village Dog Pack provides walks, puppy visits, wedding chaperoning, pet sitting services, and dog training. Their Bowen Therapist blogs about nutritional information about natural supplements to help their furry clients with digestion issues.

Condo Doggy – 12 Sudbury Street

Condo Doggy is not found directly in Liberty Village but if you don’t mind making a bit of a walk, it’s just a few minutes down King Street. Condo Doggy is well known for correcting behavioral issues in rescues and being attentive to dogs that might require a little more attention to get going initially. Condo Doggy will take your puppy to the dog park, make sure he gets some good exercise in, and has all around really great reviews. This is why they warrant inclusion on this list.

Barks n’ Purrs – across Toronto

Barks n’ Purrs is not local to Liberty Village but they do provide services in the neighborhood and have been operating in this region since roughly 2007. Their services are insured, all walkers are First Aid and CPR certified, and despite being Toronto-wide, they are committed to walking dogs in their own neighborhood. Some of the benefits of Barks n’ Purrs are progress reports after each walk and pet sit click software to assist with scheduling. These are things to consider and they are worth a phone call to check them out.

Oh My Dog! – across Toronto’s west end

Oh My Dog has been a fixture of the west end of the City since the early 2000s. They are a member of the Toronto Dog Walkers Association, which is another resource that can be used to find dog walking services in Liberty Village. They are as experienced as anyone, have high reviews online, and uphold strong standards in exceptional pet care. There’s a lot of different services they provide including private training, training walks, puppy visits, and even cat sitting. If the other options on this list have not grabbed you, Oh My Dog might be the one.

They Walk Dogs – across Toronto’s west end

They Walk Dogs is another fair option, family owned and operated since 2008 across Toronto’s west neighborhoods including Liberty Village. Their offices are found at 26 Laidlaw Street just up Dufferin. This dog walking service was started by a dog owner who, at the time, did not have the kind of support in their community to help with the care of their own puppy. In the years since then, they’ve helped dozens of puppies get their needed exercise.

Beyond these options, there are others. Visiting your local classifieds section might yield someone who’s willing to do it on the cheap. That said, you don’t really know what you’re getting with that approach. Doing some more research online, there are others in Toronto’s west end that might be willing to help. The only caveat becomes actually getting the dog there. Ideally, stick to this list. If you don’t find quite what you’re looking for or are not happy with the answers you’re getting from the owners, ask around and see what else is out there.

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Jason LeBlanc

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