Stay at home service.
Sometimes dogs have different needs; maybe they don’t like being around other dogs so much, or, as they get older, they prefer to stay in familiar surroundings and snooze quietly.
Our staff can visit your home up to three times a day. We have extensive training in dog handling, dog first aid and we are fully insured. We’ll do more than just let your dog out. We will play, pet, refresh water, handle all feeding, give treats and take your dog for a walk. Also, we can provide updates via text or email.
- Home Service is available daily from 6:30 AM to 9 PM by appointment
- Our fee is $30 for 30 minutes ($15 for each additional 15 minutes)
- No extra charge for medication
- There is a $5 fee for each additional dog
We are dog people, so our focus is taking care of your dog. But, we can help with other small tasks such as taking in the mail and putting out the trash. You can be at ease when you have an appointment, a meeting or extensive travel plans. Call us at 419-475-4101 for more information and to schedule your service.
6:30 AM – 9 PM by appointment
$30 for 30 minutes
$15 for each additional 15 minutes
No extra charge for medication
$5 fee for each additional dog
Apply for Home Care Services
To enroll in home care services, you will need to register your pup using the application forms on our site. Get started today!
What Our Pup Parents Have to Say
“Dirk and his team has been a great asset to our weekly routine. He is always timely and professional when caring for my bundle of fur. He has also provided valuable knowledge in training where he has helped my dog become a registered therapy dog. I highly recommend dirk and his team!”
— Allison Strong
“Dirk and his crew at A Walk in the Park are WONDERFUL! They really care about every dog. I am amazed at the difference in my Brogan. She loves spending the day with all her new friends. We highly recommend AWITP!”
— Sandra Hauter
“Dirk is phenomenal. He has known and cared for Dudley since puppyhood. He remains wonderful with Dudley who is now 13 and blind. It is a safe and fun place!"
— Ann Marie Borgess