Somerdale, NJ -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/31/2019 -- Dog owners who are working all day long, or don't feel like venturing out into the cold on their lunch break to walk their dog now have a solution. Pooch Care Plus, the leading dog daycare provider in Camden County, NJ, offers dog walking services to dogs of all ages and breeds.
A Pooch Care Plus team member will walk a dog or multiple dogs around a personalized itinerary in either 30, 45, and 60-minute intervals to best meet the owner's requirements and budget. They can either let a dog out in the yard or take them for a walk, whichever the dog owner prefers. If the dog likes to play ball, their staff will be happy throw the ball around with them as well. Their team takes pride in providing the best dog walking services in communities in and around Camden County when dog owners are not around to play with their best pals.
For over 20 years, Pooch Care Plus has cared for pets of all sizes, ages, and levels of obedience. From laid-back Shih-Tzus too energetic Golden Retrievers, their team has walked a wide range of canines and treats every dog like it is their own family member. Dog owners can trust that their four-legged companion is safe with the staff members at Pooch Care Plus.
In addition to their dog walking services, Pooch Care Plus offers a variety of services such as pet sitting, emergency services, waste removal, and dog grooming in Camden County, NJ. To learn more, visit their website or give the company a call today at 856-433-1956 to schedule an appointment with one of their passionate staff members.
About Pooch Care Plus
Pooch Care Plus is known for their wide range of pet care services. The company operates throughout Southern New Jersey and offers pet sitting, grooming, dog walking, and waste removal. Emergency services are also available for customers who need last-minute sitters or transportation to the nearest animal hospital. Pooch Care Plus possesses over 20 years of animal service.
For more information, visit http://poochcareplus.net or call 856-433-1956.