Who Walks Your Dog Serves The Lowcountry
Dog Walking, Pet Sitting, and Pet Care Services for Household Pets.
Our dog walkers and pet sitters provide full-service pet care for household pets including dogs, cats, rabbits, birds, pocket pets, urban chickens, and fish. If you’re looking for a dog walker for exercise, mid-day or evening pet relief, or an overnight pet sitter for your dogs, cats and other pets, Who Walks Your Dog does it all!
We provide service in Mount Pleasant, Sullivan’s Island, Isle of Palms, Daniel Island, Downtown Charleston, North Charleston, West Ashley, and surrounding areas. We are always open to discussing your needs wherever you call home.
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Daily dog walks in your neighborhood are an affordable way to keep your dog in great shape, while providing healthy exercise, and mental stimulation. If you want a more adventurous dog walking service, try our 1-hour trail hikes. Who Walks Your Dog will go the extra mile if your dog needs a longer hike or more playful exercise.
If your affection is for pets other than the canine variety, Who Walks Your Dog will provide you with the best pet care available for your precious companions. Do you need a daily visit, or are you looking for overnight pet sitting? Our ‘Not-Quite-Overnights’ are an option if you need pet care without having someone stay in your home.
Who Walks Your Dog is your full-service dog walking, pet sitting and pet care provider. We take the worry out of leaving your pets home while you are at work, out for a short weekend get-away, or on a much needed long vacation. With our dog walking services and pet care, you will be resting easy while your pets are being cared for.
I've known Robin for several years now and I can't think of a better person to take care of my extended furry family than Robin. She's like a Dr. Doolittle when it comes to communicating and interacting with animals of all kinds. I think they respond to her kind heart and gentle, yet firm nature. Who walks your dog, cat, horse, rabbit, turtle? Robin should.Shannon G., The Medical Institute of Kentucky