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Go for Walk? Go for Walk?

How many of you own a dog or dogs, but just simply don't have the time to take them for walks like you'd like to?



So many of us leave our homes each day feeling guilty about leaving our dogs home once again for hours, when we know what they'd really love to be doing is heading outside for a walk.
Sniffing each bush and tree they pass, running alongside their human, frolicking in tall grass or in some places, snow. So how can you over come the guilt you feel when you know your dog/s enjoy and, most likely need, the outdoor exercise they love?

Katie is one of our newest members and has a unique service I know you will all want to hear more about!
Katie has had years of experience with many dog personalities, has a passion for animal rescue and all dogs,  is Pet CPR and First Aid Trained and has the passion for outdoors, hiking, walking, running and bicycling, all wrapped up in one!


For "Walk your dog Month" why not give Katie's services a call? Leave your guilt behind you knowing that Katie's coming to walk and exercise your beloved dogs. Give them some joy while you are at work!


To read more about Katie's amazing dog walking services please click here .
Business Website: http://www.activepawsaz.com/



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