Do you have a dog? Are you worried Fido is bored at home when you have to leave him for work or errands? That's where we came in. At Woof Pack we love your best bud like he's our own. We keep him occupied when he'd otherwise be bored and alone. Bring him to us and we'll keep that happy tail wagging. Along with walking him, we will also teach you the skills to understand your beloved pet a little better.
WOOFPACK WILL BE CLOSED FOR ALL SERVICES EXCEPT LIMITED DAYCARE AND BOARDING (NO PICK UP OR DROP OFF) FROM JANUARY 25TH TO FEBRUARY 9TH, 2020. PLEASE PLAN YOUR TRIPS AHEAD OF TIME AND LET OUR LEADERS KNOW ASAP. SORRY FOR THE INCONVENIENT!
$30 - We will take care of your dog while you are at work or gone for long periods during the day. Contact for drop off/pick up times.
$20 per visit. Providing companionship, food and water. Let us know what are your specific needs.
$30 - 1 hour at a dog park to get exercise.
$50 per day - Staycation while you vacation! All we need is the food. We have toys, beds and bowls. We have crates if your dog is used to sleep in one, we don't like to change their routine as consistency is key, so let us know! If not they will sleep somewhere around the house, either a bed or a couch, or whatever spot they chose in the house... at the end the house is for them, we are just allowed to be around :-) Pick up and drop off is included if you live less than 8 miles from us.
$50 - 1 hour session training.
$40 - Pups will be bathed with an oatmeal formula shampoo, dried with a blow dryers and brushed.
PICK UP AND DROP OFF
Starts at $15 depending on location.
We love cats too!
My partner and I love animals, and we want to spend as much time as possible with them. We think it will be incredible to spend time with them, and at the same time we can try to help them to be happier, because if you think about it, they are the happiest dogs when they are all tired and their tongues are hanging out from walking and seeing the world outside of the house.
Dogs — particularly puppies and young dogs — have a lot of energy, and if they don’t get the chance to burn it off, destructive behavior is often the result. Dogs need excercicing as much as humans do if not more, inactive dogs are often overweight dogs, and as in people, that brings plenty of health risks like diabetes, respiratory disease, and heart disease. Geriatric dogs often have a hard enough time getting up without the added problem of lifting excess pounds. So, we are here to help!
We would try to fill them with all our love and dedication. We want to make their life better, and with that, help you have a better life with your canine pal, taking out all the anxiety they could have, and helping you and them to understand each other better. We have been around dogs our entire life, volunteering at shelters, and working with dogs at daycares. I have been training dogs for 4 years, and we think we can give your best friend good memories to last forever.
This is an obedience training consisting of the basic commands such as "heel","sit", "down", "here", "stay", etc. Like humans, some dogs will learn faster than others, but I will give them my best during the time I'm with them to get them to learn the most they can. A two hours long daily training is advised for dogs that are very active or dogs that are already into adulthood, whom need more time with the trainer to get to know and start obeying them. This training is highly recommended for puppies that show a strong personality at an early age.
What to expect from a month of training?
It depends on the dog, but at least I will try to make it walk by your side without pulling on the leash and sit. If the training goes faster because your dog is very receptive, I can move on to teaching it any other commands you would like it to learn. If I spend enough time with the dog, I can even teach it some tricks that will make your lovely friend look very cute such as: give you its paws, army crawl, turn on the floor, etc.
Things to keep in mind!
It usually takes more than a month for a dog to capture more than two tricks, so practicing at home is crucial. Going over the commands with your dog also allows it to get used to you being the one giving it orders as the owner. Patience is key!
Tel: 305-915-9552 / 786-848-2123
7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Sunday - Saturday
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