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Common poisonous plants for dogs

Posted on 21 July, 2017 at 9:50 Comments comments ()

Puppy times in crates

Posted on 21 July, 2017 at 9:35 Comments comments ()

Do you know how long your puppy should be able to be in a crate before they will need a bathroom break? It is very important for them to have a routine in order for them to learn to hold it longer and reduce their anxiety. 

Contact us to book your free at home consultation to learn how we can help you and your puppy maintain a good schedule.


Posted on 18 July, 2017 at 17:10 Comments comments ()

Is your dog protected against ticks? Ticks and lyme disease are prevailant in Ottawa. Do you need more information? Check out the website below for lots of great information.

High Energy Dog Bike Rides

Posted on 15 July, 2017 at 8:30 Comments comments ()

Fall will be upon us faster than most would like!

Do you have a high energy dog that needs more than a walk? Once the cooler mornings are here we will be offering early morning bike rides. If your dog will still need to have the day broken up you can add on a pee break later in the day.

Contact us today to reserve your spot. Spaces are very limited!

How much exercise does your dog need?

Posted on 6 July, 2017 at 21:25 Comments comments ()

Is your dog getting enough exercise? Here is a great chart to show on average how much exercise many dog breeds need in a day.


Are you dogs getting enough? If not we can help by taking them out while you are away.


Contact us today for a free in home consultation!

Seperation Anxiety

Posted on 6 July, 2017 at 21:20 Comments comments ()

Does your dog suffer from separation anxiety? There are varying degrees from slightly stressed out to totally destructive.

Breaking up your dogs day while allowing them to spend some quality time with a companion and burn of some excess energy could make the world of difference.

Let us help!

We offer a variety of services from a 15 minute pee break to a 45 minute walk. Dogs that suffer from separation anxiety may need a long walk to tire them out and be able to rest until your return.

Contact us today to set up a FREE in home consultation to discuss the best option for the needs of you dog(s.)

Our walkers are insured and pet first aid certified to serve you better with peace of mind.

How hot is your car?

Posted on 6 July, 2017 at 21:15 Comments comments ()

Socializing Your Dog

Posted on 6 July, 2017 at 21:10 Comments comments ()

One of the most important thing to do with a dog that is new to you is socialization. Whether is an 8 week old puppy or an older dog that is rescued all dogs need to be ok in their environment. A puppy or unsure dog that is exposed to many different experiences will become a well rounded happy dog that is not afraid of new experiences.

Don't have enough time to spend getting your new puppy used to new experiences? Maybe you are injured and are. It as mobile as you would like? We can help! Instead of a walk, talk to your walker about picking up your puppy and going to different places. Special rates will apply based on drive times to/from location.

Contact us today for a free in home Consultation.

Summer Surface Temperatures

Posted on 6 July, 2017 at 21:05 Comments comments ()

Do you know just how hot different surfaces get in the Warmer weather?

Our walkers make every effort to keep your dogs safe during their walk. In the extreme temperatures your dogs walk may be shortened for their own safety. When this decision is made they will have inside play time for the rest of their walk. Also our walkers always carry water and a collapsible bowl so your dogs can stay hydrated during their walk.

Senior Dogs

Posted on 6 July, 2017 at 20:55 Comments comments ()

Did you know that senior dogs, although less active than a puppy still need regular exercise. At Wagalot Dog Adventures we listen to what your pet needs before suggesting the most appropriate services. In some cases your dog may still be active enough to enjoy a nice 30-45 minute walk. In others, they may need 1-2 15 minute walks to break up the day.