Baltimore

11 May
City Leader Blake Underwood

Midday Dogwalking

Midday walks are billed as visits, so as to be as flexible in meeting client's needs.  Not everyone wants a 30 minute walk, and walking often isn't the only need a dog has.  Feeding, medication, backyard playtime for that new puppy that hasn't finished his shots and can't go mingling with the neighborhood - We do all that, and will tailor the visit to meet your specific needs.

Overnight Care

We're not going to lie: Veterinary pracitioners favor keeping companion animals in the familiar, home environment when you leave town, and our experience is that boarding environments consistently leave dogs out of sorts, taking sometimes weeks to return to normal sleep/eating/play routines.

So, we don't do boarding. It seems an imperfect solution, when better options exist. What we do offer is in-home overnight care for dogs/cats, where we let you tailor the care regiment for a flat fee. Not sure why anyone would offer to do differently, really.

Blake Underwood

Blake Underwood

Blake Underwood, in addition to being a Just Walk Collective member, is also an activist and organizer in Baltimore, Maryland.

A founding member of Just Walk, and an active collective member at Red Emma's Bookstore Coffeehouse, Blake has worked with and around dogs since he could reach his grandmother's grooming table at the family-owned kennel in Chesapeake, VA.

In his "downtime" Blake enjoys reading, writing, and destroying tennis balls with his dog, Castro.

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