FOR THE LOVE OF DOGS
At Tails & Trails we take extra care to make sure your dog is grouped together with other dogs of similar size and temperament to ensure they have the most fun!
You commit to your dog for life. We commit to their best care.
All Dog Walking Services
Monday to Friday between 9am - 4pm
Squamish north and Brackendale
We take small groups of well-matched canine companions on outdoor trail adventures. We do our best to match dogs of similar size and temperament to ensure everyone has fun. And with a maximum of six dogs, we can give everyone equal attention...No dog is left behind.
Trail Dogs That Are A Good Fit:
● Well socialized dogs with no aggression
● Dogs that respond to human leaders in an off-leash situation
● Healthy and fit
● At least six months old
● Good trail etiquette when meeting other trail users (joggers, cyclists, motorcycles)
● Pick up and drop off from the comfort of your dog's home
● Safe travel in our climate controlled passenger van
● Small groups that are familiar with each other to ensure maximum fun (6 dogs
● 1-1½ hours off leash activity
● Safety is a priority! We are certified in Canine First Aid and
have a risk management plan
● Training and good behaviour is supported using positive reinforcement
● Homemade, natural and organic dog treats served
● Permanent ID tags with our phone number in case of emergency
● Check for sticks and ticks
● Hosing off and towel drying if your pooch finds the mud
...proof that a good time was
● A perfectly tired dog
If at the orientation or after the trial period, we feel your
dog needs some additional training to help them be successful in our group walks, we may suggest
you work with a trainer.
We are happy to consider working together for your dog’s future success with us. Whether a brush up on basic manners, loose leash walking, separation issues or more worrisome issues such as leash reactivity or fear based issues.
We recommend Maren Bruun of www.pawinhand.com
It is important to only use force free methods so that your
dog’s behaviour is as safe as possible in a group setting.