Dog Walking

Does your dog need more exercise?

Do you feel guilty because your dog has to stay in his crate all day while you’re working?

We can help!

Our team of dog lovers can pop in mid-day to let your dog out at lunch time and walk around the neighborhood. Or we can come over in the morning, late afternoon or evening. Whenever you need us, we’ll be there.

 

“Your dog doesn’t have to hold it all day anymore!”

 

We’ve helped medical professionals that work 12 hour shifts, college students, Ball State faculty and everyone in between. Some of our clients book us for lunch visits 5 days a week, others just once or twice a week as needed. We’re flexible and can work with your schedule.

It’s easy to set up dog walking services, just click this link to request services!

 

No breed restrictions! We walk all types of dogs. Call sit-stay-play today at 765-744-5688 or visit this link to request services.

Dog Walking Around Muncie

Want your dog walked along the river or the Cardinal Greenway? We can do that. We can also take your dog to one of our fabulous dog parks for a small additional fee.

Dog walking services are great to schedule if you’re tired of rushing home at lunch or if your dog is anxious or hyper. Regular dog walking visits are great for new adoptees, puppies and even seniors.

 

Request dog walking services today.

 

Can You Schedule Dog Walking In Other Cities?

Of course you can!

We have pet care providers that can take on dog walking clients in Muncie, Anderson, Yorktown, Gaston, Hartford City, Pendleton, New Castle, Carmel and Indianapolis, however, there’s a small gas fee for areas outside of Muncie. We have a good referral network too so if we aren’t able to help, we can refer you to someone we know, like and trust.

 

How Often Can You Schedule Walks?

Dog walking around Muncie can be scheduled daily or as many times as you need us throughout the week.

Happy Walking,

Kelley Stewart, CEO|Pet Sitter
sit-stay-play In-home pet sitting & more.LLC

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