Dog walking adventures in San Francisco that will leave your dog pooped!
Video promo, owner Paige Tuhey describes her services, while showing examples of typical dog walks in San Francisco’s open spaces
Why Choose PANT SF Dog Walking
PANT stands for Parks and Nature Trails, which is where your dog will have a wonderful time in one of our happy, stable packs. Dogs are social animals and ﬂourish in a pack environment, where they ﬁnd companions and playmates and learn dog etiquette. For San Francisco dogs, walking around the block is ﬁne for a potty break, but to enjoy life, your dog needs plenty of running, playing and pack camaraderie. Paige keeps her dog walking packs small–matched by size and with a good range of age–and monitors the environment closely for maximum dog safety and fun. She carefully screens each dog to make sure each dog walking pack is well- balanced and well-mannered. PANT SF dogs come home tired and satisfied, with wagging tails and a calm demeanor. As well as dog walking, we offer dog sitting, special needs care, and puppy basic training.
Vet tech and co-founder of Rocket Dog Rescue, Paige is a certified graduate of Dogtec Dog Walking Academy, a positive reinforcement program (the only SF Board of Supervisors approved Dog Walking certification training) and a certified instructor of Petsaver First Aid and CPR through PetTech. She has been trained by dog fear and anxiety specialist Nicole Wilde in reducing dog anxiety. She volunteers at the SFSPCA in the Beginning and Advanced Reactive Rover program (dog-on-dog aggression prevention), and is a volunteer coordinator and lead assistant in puppy kindergarten at SF Puppy Prep. Her technique with dogs has been described as “Zen- like” and her friends call her the Safety Monitor. Interested in animal behavior and communication, she practices the Tellington touch, music therapy, and other techniques of dog-soothing. Paige is a lifelong dog lover and companion to a senior rescue dog, Gracie, who often helps her train puppies in dog etiquette.