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Armando he/him

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Pet Waggin' Team Member


What is your favorite part of working with pets?

I love working with pets because it provides an opportunity to make a positive impact on their lives. Whether it's providing wellness care, training, or simply offering a safe and loving environment, the ability to care for pets is a rewarding and fulfilling experience. 


Working with pets has taught me the importance of patience. Animals have their unique personalities and temperaments, and it is essential to approach each one with understanding and patience. Whether it's gaining the trust of a shy dog or helping a frisky cat feel comfortable during a cat visit, patience is key. It has taught me to slow down, observe their cues, and adapt my approach to meet their individual needs.

What do you like most about working at Pet Waggin?

The commitment to safety and quality care! Pet Waggin prioritizes the well-being of the pets above all else. From their training programs, they ensure that every dog is in capable and caring hands. This gives dog owners peace of mind, knowing that their furry friends are receiving top-notch care and attention.


Another aspect that sets Pet Waggin apart is its emphasis on building strong relationships with both the dogs and their owners. They understand that each dog is unique and has specific needs, so they take the time to get to know each dog individually. This allows me, as a dog walker, to provide personalized and tailored care to ensure the utmost comfort and happiness of the dogs. Additionally, Pet Waggin encourages open communication with the owners, which helps me better understand any specific instructions or preferences for each dog.


“What is your best tip for pet care?” 

One unique pet tip for dogs is to make sure you provide them with mental stimulation. Dogs love to use their brains, so try interactive toys or puzzler feeders to keep them engaged and entertained. Some examples include treat-dispensing toys like the Kong Classic, puzzle toys like the Outward Hound Hide-A-Squirrel, and ball launchers like the iFetch!

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