We can, when you can’t!
Rain, hail, or shine; Pet Butler dog walking services in Sydney will get them to the park or beach for a full hour of exercise and socialisation. Our speciality is Active Dog Walks so your hound is delivered home tired, contented and calm! We can tailor a quieter walk if your dog is a ‘senior’ though.
Dog Walker Service Areas
Pet Butler provides dog walking services in the North Sydney areas of Mosman, Greenwich, Neutral Bay, Willoughby, Artarmon, Naremburn, Milson’s Point, Waverton, Crows Nest, Kirribilli, Crows Nest, Cammeray, Cremore, Chatswood, Northbridge, Neutral Bay, Wollstonecraft, McMahons Point and surrounding suburbs.
Pet Butler’s Sydney based dog walkers will pick your dog up in modern, air-conditioned vans with three other friendly, well-socialised doggies
Then it’s straight off to the park or beach
For an hour of exercise and fun – all under the expert supervision of an experienced handler.
We walk ‘rain, hail or shine’, and pride ourselves on being flexible to work in with your busy and changing schedule. We’re here to make your life easier (and guilt-free)!
Dog Walking Pricing
We’re affordable too. The casual rate is just $26 per daily walk, down to 23.50 for 5 days, Monday to Friday. Plus we have deep discounts on 2-dog households.
Dog Walking Testimonials
But don’t take our word for it, read what our two-legged clients say about the service:
“Interviewed a number of companies”
Pet Butler Client, Deborah Collins of Artarmon, with Toby, Baxter and Oscar
“I interviewed a number of Sydney dog walker companies to walk my dogs while I am at work, and I’m so glad I chose Pet Butler. Nothing is a problem for them – when you need them they are there. And totally reliable as well. I always know that my boys are in very good hands and I can go to work and not worry.
My boys are large and a bit on the boisterous side, but Pet Butlers dog walkers handle them with aplomb. I have peace of mind knowing they will always get a long, energetic walk with plenty of fun and interaction!”
Deborah Collins, Artarmon
“Neighbour’s Complaints Stopped”
Client, Glen McGrath, of Mosman, with Max and Jilly
“Pet Butler came to the rescue for the McGrath Family about 5 years ago now when we found ourselves receiving complaints from our neighbours about our barking Jack Russells. We work long hours every day and finding time to walk our dogs was challenging so we engaged Peter and his team to commence daily walks and sure enough the complaints stopped!
Over the last 5 years Peter’s Sydney dog walkers and his team have become trusted and valued “extended family members” – our children adore them as much as our dogs do. Nothing is ever too much trouble – they will collect the dogs from boarding for us if we are on holidays and walk them for us – or deliver them home to our place on the day we arrive back. We have asked for a lot of flexibility with Pet Butler over the years and it is always met with a helpful and caring response. We love their service to us.”
Glenn & Jodie McGrath, Mosman
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The Importance of Dog Walking and Regular Exercise
Dogs, much more than cats or nearly every other animal, are social animals. Left on their own with little stimulation or interaction with other dogs, they are known to suffer from separation anxiety, boredom and loneliness. This can also lead to problem behaviour like digging, chewing and nuisance barking. These unwanted behaviours are alleviated by the exercise and stimulation of a properly structured dog walk.
With 40% of Australian dogs now overweight and with corresponding harmful health effects, the basic exercise needs of Aussie pooches are also being neglected. Even a short walk ‘crammed in’ before or after work is often not enough, especially for medium-sized and larger breeds.
Regular exercise is vital for your dog’s overall health and fitness and will prevent common and preventable medical issues associated with pet obesity such as liver disease and osteoarthritis. The RSPCA advises that dogs require at least once daily regular exercise, and more for certain breeds. While a large backyard may allow for some physical activity, it is not a recommended substitute for regular walking which has the added benefit of interaction and socialising with other dogs and humans.
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