Find a dog walker in Oklahoma City, OK

Find dog walkers in Oklahoma City, OK

Find dog walkers in Oklahoma City, OK

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Find dog walkers in Oklahoma City, OK

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Top 10 dog walking services in Oklahoma City, OK

Homeowners agree: these Oklahoma City dog walkers are highly rated for knowledge, experience, communication, and more.
Aly K.

Aly K.

New on HomeGuide
5+ years in business
Serves Oklahoma City, OK
Please reach out to me on my cellular (405) - device with details, as I can only accept through there. I'll message you back as soon as I can! 😊 Thank you ! Please reach out to me on my cellular (405) - device with details, as I can only accept through there. I'll message you back as soon as I can! 😊 Thank you !
Debbie's Dog Sitting

Debbie's Dog Sitting

New on HomeGuide
3+ years in business
Serves Oklahoma City, OK
I will take care of your furr babies as if they were my own babies. Love, cuddle, play and feed your babies. No need to worry about your babies with me. I have been around animals my entire life. My grandmother was a dog breeder and I helped her with her business. I own a 15 year old schnoodle and prior to her I had a 15 year old schnauzner. I love all furr babies.
Robyn's Pet Sitting And Training

Robyn's Pet Sitting And Training

New on HomeGuide
Serves Oklahoma City, OK
Experienced pet sitter and positive reinforcement trainer.
Alyssa

Alyssa

New on HomeGuide
Serves Oklahoma City, OK
My name is Alyssa, I am almost 17 years old. I am saving up money to buy a puppy and any job will help. I am a hard worker and I will always get the job done and do the best I can when doing it. I currently work as a barista at a coffee shop and I babysit on the side. I have always been told I am a great worker and I am very reliable and that I will always be responsible and cooperative.
LT's Groomer Garage

LT's Groomer Garage

New on HomeGuide
2+ years in business
Serves Oklahoma City, OK
A small locally owned grooming shop started right here in The Village, Oklahoma. I run my garage shop with my husband Ben. We are here to help. We do one on one grooming in quiet environment tailored to you and your pet.
Vicki's Pet Care And Sitting

Vicki's Pet Care And Sitting

New on HomeGuide
6+ years in business
Serves Oklahoma City, OK
I love animals of all kinds. I own two dogs and two parakeets. I'm honest, dependable, and caring, Working with animals. Their love is unconditional....home and pet sitting is a needed duty during holidays or anytime. Hope I can be of service. Animals love me too.
The Dog Lady

The Dog Lady

New on HomeGuide
6+ years in business
Serves Oklahoma City, OK
My love for dogs speaks for itself. I am THE “dog lady”. My love for dogs has turned into my passion. When someone’s fur baby is left with me, they are immediately treated as a part of my family.

Your Dog Walking questions, answered

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on HomeGuide.

How much do dog walkers charge?

Dog walkers charge $10 to $35 per walk or $30 to $60 per hour, depending on your location, number of dogs, and the number of walks you schedule. Some dog walkers charge 50% more if you have two dogs, but you may find one that offers discounted weekly or monthly rates for pre-scheduling ongoing walking services. 

  • Holidays typically add $5 to $10 extra per walk
  • Many dog walkers also offer a $5 to $10 discount if they can walk your dog with other dogs.

Do you tip dog walkers?

While most dog walkers do not expect a tip, tipping 15% to 20% is a good rule of thumb to show your appreciation for their good service or if your dog needs special care or handling. Leaving a positive online review also shows appreciation while helping them build their business. 

What does a dog walker do?

A dog walker walks your dog for a scheduled amount of time, typically on a pre-determined route, to ensure they get sufficient exercise and can go to the bathroom while you are away. Dog walkers dispose of any waste from the walk, make sure your dog is safe and hydrated, and may also feed them upon request.

Most dogs do well with one 20- to 30-minute walk per day. Puppies and more active dogs typically need two or three walks per day and may need longer walks.

How do I choose the best dog walker near me?

When searching for a dog walker, be sure to:

  • Choose an experienced, insured dog walker who has a business license.
  • Look for members of professional organizations, such as the National association of Professional Pet Sitters (NAPPS), Professional United Pet Sitters (P.U.P.S.), or the Association of Pet Sitting Excellence (APSE).
  • Check their reviews on HomeGuide and Google.
  • Ask for and check their references.
  • Arrange a meetup before the first walk to make sure he or she is a good fit for both you and your dog.

What questions should I ask when hiring a dog walker?

Ask the following questions to ensure you find the best dog walker near you:

  • What experience do you have?
  • Do you belong to any professional organizations?
  • Can we schedule a meet and greet beforehand?
  • What is included in your standard rate?
  • What is the rate if I have more than one dog?
  • Do you charge extra for specific breeds?
  • Do you offer any discounts or package deals?
  • How and when do I pay for your service?
  • Do you offer behavior training?
  • Are you trained in pet CPR?
  • What is your protocol if there is an emergency, and my dog needs immediate medical help?
  • How do I get in touch with you?
  • Do you update me after each walk?

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