We enrolled our dog, Dash, in dog jogs and she absolutely loves it! Not only does it give her an opportunity to be outside and get a great run in to tire her out, it also give us piece of mind as shift workers. Working shifts that span 12-14 hours, it’s so nice knowing that our pup is still being cared for and having a riot on her runs with Nikki and Steph! The best part of all is getting the text summary of her run at the end, including the adorable pictures! We recommend dog jogs to everyone, especially shift workers!
— Ciara Lucas and Steph Fedoruk
My dog Beans has been a long time client of Dog Jogs and she has never had a complaint! She always returns home from a visit well rested. She is an older dog who is more into relaxing than being active and Dog Jogs has done an excellent job of catering to her needs. They have been very caring with her medical issues and take such good care of her. I would recommend any and all dog owners of all ages to consider Dog Jogs for their dog’s active needs. When you can’t be there, Dog Jogs is a great help!
— Keeley Prockiw
Fantastic ladies with a true love of dogs! Highly recommend!
— Melissa Rae
Dog Jogs owners Nikki and Steph are absolutely amazing with fur babies!! My dog Sophie has known them for as long as Sophie has been with me which was at 6 weeks old and she is now 6 years old. They are amazing with her and when Sophie is with them while I am away I do not worry at all. They take her out at least twice a day and one of those is for a run which she absolutely loves!!! I’m pretty sure if Sophie could talk she’d say she’d want to move in with Dog Jog owners Nikki and Steph and their fur babies. They also take care of her “special” dietary and medication needs. Sophie is in such caring, very active and loving hands.
— Cindy Douglas
If you’re a shift worker, get stuck at the office too long, or have a dog that never tires, Dog Jogs is for you!
Penny has always been active, but getting set up with Dog Jogs has also made her more confident and careful on her leash — Nikki has taught her the importance of A) not chasing rabbits, and B) not tripping the person running her!
— Jen Salamandick