Wednesday 29 March 2023

Dog Walker Takes Dogs For Walk!

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Dog Walker, is the first company in Costa Rica dedicated to business of taking dogs for a walk, literally. The company says its clients are dogs and their business is take them out, well to get “their” business done.

Starting in April with only three dogs, the company now has 31 four legged clients on their daily walk. For now the walking is only in in Escazú, but soon will seen soon services in Santa Ana and La Sabana.

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Dogs, before accepted, must be evaluated by a veterinarian according to Ricardo Jiménez, who started the business with his two partners Demian Freer and Carlos Caamaña.

The walks combine exercise, recreation and discipline. Dog Walker has now four walkers, each walking a maximum of four dogs.

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