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Super Dog Walking
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I love taking my dog and any dogs I am doing overnight care for on adventures. Seeing dog smiles and watching their excitement as they make new discoveries, explore smells and sights, play in new areas and generally have a great time being curious…
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Visiting Chicago's Montrose Dog Beach

This may seem strange, but the first time I visited Montrose Dog Beach with my dog Josie I was nervous. I read some of the more colorful and, uh, passionate “Mon-Dog” Yelp reviews and went there expecting angry dog owners, children running wild, dog poop…
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Dogs on the 606 Trail!

The Bloomingdale Trail is open for business and is a beautiful space to walk, ride, meet, greet, hang out, people watch, get from street to street AND WALKS DOGS! I’ve been up there a few times with my own dog, Josie the Boston Terrier, and I’d like to…
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Chicago's Sit Means Sit Interview With A Super Dog Walker

Chicago’s SIT MEANS SIT DOG TRAINING recently asked us to give them an interview about dog walking for their monthly newsletter. We were happy to oblige and hopefully this helps make our dog walking process more open to those considering a dog walking…
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How We Show Our Pups Some Love!

Dog people are known for being pretty lovey-dovey toward dogs, doling out affection and welcoming big, slobbery kisses. We are no exception and as the years have gone by, I’m willing to say we’ve become even more, I hesitate to use this word, but,…
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Pet Dental Health - By Dylan Frederickson DMV, Owner of Boulevard Veterinary

This is a guest posting by Dr. Dylan Frederickson. Dr. Dylan opened a new veterinary practice in Chicago’s Logan Square neighborhood in January of 2015 called Boulevard Veterinary at 2740 W. Armitage Ave. Boulevard Vet can be found online…
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A Day In The Life of a Dog Walker

Hello friends. Justin here. I’m going to be writing today’s blog and hopefully illuminating what goes on in a day in the life of a dog walker. I’d like to shed some light on the decision making process, how we plan and prepare, how we interact with our…
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An Interview With A Super Dog Walking Client

A big part of our company philosophy and culture is open, honest communication. We consider quality communication to be a key part of our circle of relationships made up of: the dogs, the clients, the walkers and the management. If all are communicating…
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Dog Walking During Chicago Winter: A Lifestyle, Not A Job

It’s November in Chicago and winter is definitely coming. Today is one of the first truly chilly days we’ve had in awhile. As dog walkers, people who are outside 5 to 6 days a week, for hours at a stretch, we are intimately aware of the weather and we…
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The first time I saw a green (and sometimes blue) line on the belly of a dog I had no idea what it meant. Is that an infection? Did somebody draw on this dog with a magic marker? After seeing a few more of these little green/blue lines I started to catch…
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