Phone: 416-505-6836

 E-mail: aorr2384@rogers.com

The wisdom that comes with age is not limited to humans. Our wisest dogs need a little more attention as they learn to adapt to their constantly changing limitations.

As a dog, being terminally ill must be confusing. As you start to feel worse and worse the people you love make you feel better and better.

Cruciate Ligament ruptures and many other injuries can mean restrictive walks and activity. But every dog needs to get out at least a few times a day.

Injury/Surgery Rehabilitation
DOG/pERSON sOCIALIZATION 

Some dogs don't like other dogs. Some don't like other people. We can work on introducing the right dogs to learn from each other.

SENIOR Dog care

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IN THE LEAD Dog Walking


Savvy Dog Walker

Palliative care

I specialize in individualized custom walks 

For dogs: In rehab, palliative care, elderly,

behaviour issues, dog/person socialization