Monthly and yearly packages available based on clients and dogs needs.
Believe it or not, it’s important to give your dog fun and new experiences that will add passion to their everyday routine. Lexi offers a specialized dog walking service as part of her belief that training is a lifetime commitment that evolves as dogs develop and mature. Even well-trained dogs, should continue to be challenged in positive ways, so their natural instincts are expressed. That is what makes a dog happiest. Walking is a daily part of any dogs routine, and, Lexi believes that by making routine walks more stimulating, dogs will have an opportunity to enjoy life in a more diverse way. The dog walking programs are designed to accommodate your dog’s overall health, fitness and well-being regime.
Each walk is an hour long where Lexi focuses on exercise, agility, socialization, positive play, and leash etiquette. She’ll also take your pet to new environments, like stores, restaurants, public spaces, dog parks, in a car, and more, so that your dog learns how to behave in a variety of situations. It's an organic training method that has proven to successful time and time again. Walks become more like training adventures where your dog will have fun exploring and learning. Dogs are returned home with calm, balanced energy which further allows for basic discipline fundamentals to manifest at home. More focused energy, means less destructive tendencies. And, you no longer have to stress when you and your dog go out into the world together. Lexi will teach them how to be “cool”.
Many owners allow their dogs to behave in an out of control manner on walks because a dog’s energy can be off the charts bonkers, if they have been indoors all day. Especially apartment dogs living in a big city. These dogs can get over-stimulated when it comes time for their walk because they are just so excited to get out and have fun. And, Owners often have a more difficult time negotiating with their dog on walks, and give up before the dog has burned the necessary energy, which basically begins a never ending cycle where dogs and owners aren’t getting what they need from each other. The more a dog is exposed to the world with their trainer, the better they will behave with you. It's that simple!