2 Dawg Nite Pet Care is a premium Dog walking service serving the city of long beach. We have been established since 1994. 2 Dawg Nite is your number one choice for your local dog walker. We assure you will have the same dog walker at each visit for the comfort and familiarity to your pet. We are fully bonded and insured. Our services entail daily dog walking, vacation care, in home cat care, and drop in feedings. We have been voted in the top five best pet care services in Long Beach. 2 Dawg Nite provides group discounts to for multiple walks booked in Long Beach neighborhoods. We currently are serving the following regions at our discounted rate: Belmont shores, Signal Hill, Ocean Blvd., Second Street, and down town.  We are happy to meet with you for a free consultation to go over your pets instructions and routine


Benefits of Using a Dog Walker

  • Provides socialization and mental stimulation thereby decreasing behavioral issues
  • Helps to maintain a consistent housebreaking schedule
  • Offers a nice break in the day for dogs that have been cooped up for hours
  • Takes place rain or shine because even in bad weather your dog still has needs
  • Provides regular exercise that can have a calming affect on your pet
  • Eliminates your guilt from spending long hours at work
  • Provides peace of mind knowing you don’t have to rush home to avoid a mess
Who should use a dog walker?
Benefits of dog walking
  • Households with no-one home during the day
  • People with limited mobility including the elderly or people recovering from surgery or illness
  • Pregnant women
  • Puppy owners
  • Owners of active or elderly dogs
  • A more relaxed, happier dog
  • Less destruction and doggie “Accidents” in the house
  • Improved weight control, muscle tone and physical health for your dog
  • Important socialization and bathroom breaks for crate trained puppies
  • Less stress for YOU!

Dogs adapt and develop a bond with their dog walker very quickly. Many times, the dogs are sitting at the window, anticipating the visit. At 2 Dawg Nite, we always enjoy seeing the excitement on their little faces and tails wagging when we arrive.


Dog Walking – What can it do for my Dog?

From the largest of Great Danes to the tiniest of Chihuahuas, your dog can reap the countless benefits of taking a walk…

Dogs are active and social creatures by nature. By establishing a daily dog walking routine, you give your dog the chance to channel this energy in a very positive way. Active dogs are generally happy, well-adjusted dogs. Many times, just simply showing a dog his leash will send him into a frenzy of excitement. And, trying to contain that enthusiasm is next to impossible.

There are many physical benefits for your dog. Obviously, walking is a great form of exercise that improves blood flow to the heart and oxygen to the lungs, builds strong muscles, increases joint mobility, increases energy levels and helps control weight. The list goes on and on…

But, dog walking also has many emotional benefits that are often overlooked. It provides mental stimulation, social interaction, and positive reinforcement. It can also build self confidence, decrease behavioral issues and improve a dog’s mood.

Dogs are pack animals. Therefore, they instinctually need to be with others; be it dogs or humans. A daily dog walking routine provides them with personal attention and social interaction to help satisfy this “pack need.” It’s also a great way to reinforce training so that their skills remain sharp.

You may not realize it, but teaching and reinforcing obedient commands like “sit,” “stay,” “heel” and “come” can actually help to build a dog’s self confidence and also reduce stress. By reinforcing the training during the walk, you’ve added more personal attention and mental stimulation that will help your dog adapt better in a social environment.

With all things considered, it’s clearly apparent that a regular dog walking program can improve the overall well being of your dog. So, put Fido on a leash, and let him explore the great outdoors … nose to the ground, eyes wandering; alert to all the sights, sounds and smells of the neighborhood.





























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