How to Form a Dog Walking Group - Some dogs benefit tremendously from the structured socialization that can come from group dog walks. However, not all dogs are appropriate for group activities. If you think your dog would thrive in a dog-walking club, here are a few simple steps to arrange one in your area. Pick a Time and Location Start by scouting out your town, nearby parks, and hiking trails. Pick a spot that has plenty of space for dogs to spread out or step to the side to let other walkers or hikers pass. Also, obviously, make sure it’s a dog-friendly trail or park. Then, find the right day of the week and time of day; for example, if you’re picking a city walking trail, the day the farmers’ market sets up stalls along the walk isn’t your best bet. Hint: For ease of scheduling if you intend this to be an ongoing event, pick a recurring day and time, like the first Sunday of the month at noon, to avoid scheduling hassles. Create Ground Rules Many dog walking clubs have a series of rules that all members
Some dogs benefit greatly from the structured socialization that can come from group dog walks. Here are a few simple steps to arrange one in your area.
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