MEGAN A.K.A. Pup Pup
Our Mascot, CEO and Pup-President
She's always ready for a full days work, this pretty lady has quite the woof life! Her job is to exercise and play with other pups, she has endless amount of energy and definitely knows how to make the rest of the pack tired and happy. We also use her to help rehabilitate dogs with behavioral issues and who are not socialized well.
Pack leader, trainer and founder
I have over two decades of experience working with dogs, as well as other animals. Before starting my own dog walking business, I worked at a pet center and animal hospital in Boston as a Vet Tech, dog trainer, and groomer for almost a decade. My experience in the medical industry has help me recognize any red flags that may be signs of a serious medical condition, which has helped many of our doggie clients. It has also taught me how to easily treat any minor issues that I like to share with our clients. Because of my extended experience in the dog training industry, I usually take on the more challenging canine clients that need the most rehabilitation. I believe with enough patience, training and exercise every dog has the potential to be a great dog.
Pack leader, founder, photographer and media manager
Before starting our dog walking business I was working long hours in the office and had my pup going on dog walks and daycare. I would have no idea what she was up to, where she was going, or who she was playing with...etc. Which is why along with pack walks and training, I make the extra effort to take photos and post them on a daily basis; so you can see all the fun your pup is having on our pack adventures.
Mason A.K.A. Cheeky boy R.I.P.
Unfortunately our Johnson American Bulldog Mason passed away March 1st, 2017, he will always hold a special place in our hearts and memories. Mason was adopted at 2-3 years old, he was never properly socialized or trained. Jason was willing to adopt and work with him regardless of his major behavior issues, and made enormous progress in addressing these issues. Mason was never perfect, but in our hands he fooled everybody into thinking he was an angel. We know how hard it is to find dog walkers willing and/or capable of taking on a more challenging dog, which is why we don't turn down any dog because of behavioral issues. As said before, with enough time, patience, training and exercise any dog can be a good dog.