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Off Leash Adventure Play Groups for Your Dog on 6.5 Fenced Acres!

  Is your dog alone and bored while you are at work all day?

 Does she engage in undesirable behaviors to alleviate her boredom?

 Does he greet you with frantic energy at the end of your long day when you are trying to prepare dinner, help the kids with homework, or simply unwind?

Let Us Help!

 

We are still providing hikes but have modified our intake process for new dogs due to COVID-19.  In addition - we are currently offering a new service to local dog owners who wish to get their dogs out but don't have access to open, public spaces or dog parks due to local restrictions and closures.  Rent a private hour for $10 for you and your dog/dogs to come hike our fenced acreage.  If you'd like information on our hiking service or would like to book private time to hike your dog please contact us: info@ashevilledogs.com 

 

I had a great experience using Dana as a regular dog walker and occasional dog sitter for my two large dogs. It's a great relief to know your beloved fur-babies are in the capable, caring and positive hands of someone like Dana. Additionally, she provides clear communication with the humans and was... more
Kate M.
Richmond, CA
Dana is amazing! She is so good with my very active lab Hank; who always returns home tired.  She is super reliable and has never missed a hike--rain or shine.  Plus she's super adept at extracting Hank out of the pack that lives in our house. The best thing about Dana is that she really cares... more
Kathleen K.
Berkeley, CA
Our golden lab, Bella, loves her walks with Dana and so do we.  Dana clearly loves what she does; she brings great warmth, kindness, skill and patience to her work and, equally important, reliability.  I feel lucky to have her on our team for Bella’s care and high recommend her to anyone seeking a... more
Miriam M.
Berkeley, CA

Happy Dog Tips

Teach Your Dog to Love Retrieving
Whether you’re interested in an informal fetch or a formal retrieve, your task will be easier if you encourage rather than discourage retrieve-related behaviors early in your relationship with your dog. When he has something in his mouth, praise him; tell him he’s a good dog! If it’s something he’s allowed to have, you can sometimes praise him and...
By Ken Ramirez on 30/04/2019