Walk N Roll Pet Sitting & Dog Walking

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About Walk N Roll Pet Sitting & Dog Walking

Walk N Roll Pet Sitting is a professional house sitting and pet care service servicing the Southbay (Manhattan Bch, Hermosa Bch,Redondo Bch, Torrance, Lomita and Palos Verdes) .

We are offering a boutique home environment boarding for dogs.

Walk N Roll offers caring pet or house sitters.

We will personalize our services to fit each pet's needs.

Walk N Roll Pet Sitting provides services ranging from cage-free boarding, doggie daycare, dog walking, and in-home pet sitting.

Our staff at Walk N Roll has pets of their own, so our staff understands the situation that you are faced with, when inviting someone into your home to care for your pets.

We will provide you peace of mind when you're working long hours, on vacation, or at a weekend getaway.

Location

Redondo Beach, CA 90278

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Question and answer

Q. What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

A. We initially have them complete a basic assessment form to gain some info on their pet's temperament, obtain vaccines from their Vet and schedule a meet/greet with the client.

Q. What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

A. I am current obtaining my Vet Assist Certification through Animal Behavior College

Q. Do you have a standard pricing system for your service? If so, please share the details here.

A. Boarding ranges from 40-55/night
Daycare Monday - Friday (8-6pm) is $30/day
Daily Walks $18 (30 minute) & $25 (1hr)

Q. What types of customers have you worked with?

A. Primarily our business is centered around boarding in our cage free environment. We usually receive requests that are from 3-7 days but are able to accomodate extended stay's up to 4 weeks.

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