Olympic Village Dog Walking has several different weekday plans to work with your particular dog's needs as well as your schedule. We know how important it is to get our pups outside for a quick P+P or a good play and exercise in the park even when you are busy. We are here to help.
We will come to your home and pick up and drop off your dog after each walk.
We find a time to walk your dog that is convenient for everyone's schedule.
Dogs need a bathroom break and to be walked rain or shine and we happily do both.
We guarantee a fun and comforting experience for your dog during their walk with us.
OVDW is pet first aid certified, bonded and fully insured to protect you and your dogs.
Need a quick P+P +TLC?
The Quickie is a perfect plan when your dog needs a P + P break, a little exercise, & some petting. For those times when you are busy or not home. Great for all dog types.
Included: A (P+P) Pee and Poo break, 30 minutes of walking and petting with play. Rain or shine.Contact Us
Fun & Exercise
Designed for dogs who need personal attention & stimulation. 60 minutes of walking and play/exercise time outdoors. Off-leash options available.
Included: A (P+P) Pee and Poo break, 60 minutes of walking/exercise/petting, rain or shine.Contact Us
A group walk & play
With an emphasis on positive socialization, this plan is great for dogs to get out and play together, exercise, and be stimulated. Maximum of 3 dogs per walk.
Included: 60 minutes of walking/socializing Rain or shine. Only available for noon to 1pm starting times on weekdays.Contact Us
Payment can be made by cash, cheque or EFT ( Electronic Funds Transfer )
Our regular hours are Monday - Friday 8.30 am - 4.30 pm
Please see our FAQ's below for weekend, evening and public holiday services and conditions.
Add only 40% to any of the above rates when both dogs are walked at the same time and are from the same household.
This service can include some or all of the different service levels, as well as feeding, grooming, and generally being a part-time companion to your dog in your home while you are away. We get together to discuss your particular needs and then provide a personalized quotation.
1. West of Main
2. South of Georgia Viaduct to 2nd Ave.
3. North of 2nd Ave. to Seawall
4. East of Cambie St. Bridge
We may consider provding our services outside of these boundaries, as long as it is not too far away from our core srevice area.
We come to visit with you and your dog on a "No obligation" basis at your home, where we proceed to complete a questionnaire about the "do's and don'ts" and other relevant information about you and your dog.
We discuss the level of care you require, obtain an owners statement of the dogs temperament, confirm that medical shots are up to date, and complete a Veterinarian Release Form in the event of an accident or illness while in our care.
As a part of our getting started process, we recommend a brief complimentary walk to get to know one another and you can explain any special needs your dog may have.
If all is mutually agreeable, we begin the association by signing the Service Agreement and make arrangements for the first walk.
Need more info? Send us an email!
Bill and Vonnie Bennetto are one of your many neighbours who own a dog (ours is Arne) , and we have met many of you and your dogs, even though we may not know each others names. At least not yet. Is it not amazing how, in owning a dog, we connect with so many more people who we may not otherwise have any interaction? Same with dogs, except they seem better at it than us, in that they are constantly aware of each other, both positively and negatively, but always honestly! Therefore, we have a modest mission in our small business; it is to promote connection between dogs and dogs, humans and dogs, and humans with humans, in our greater Olympic Village area.
Retired small business owner, experiencing slight boredom with retirement, finds a new social interest of fellow dog-owners in the Olympic Village area. Says Bill "In my 35 years in Vancouver, I have not met a more dedicated group of neighbours as my dog-owning friends in the Olympic Village. There is a real sense of community here. It makes sense to provide a dog-walking service to them.
ph: 778 316 1755
Friendly, and fun loving, we settled in the Olympic Village area a short year ago and feel like I've lived here for years. I enjoy the wonderful sense of community here in the village and must say I'm particularly partial to dog owners and of course their precious four legged friends, namely "dogs". Being able to get to know the other dogs of the Olympic Village is a rewarding privilege.
ph: 604 781 1076
Boss, OVDW Mascot
I'm a six year old Jack Russell cross, with long legs. I'm very handsome, as all you female dogs in the village are aware. I was rescued from Oakland, California, and found my "furever" home in the Olympic Village, with my mom, Vonnie and my dad, Bill. Even though I find Vancouver very wet and cold, I love all my new neighbourhood friends, both big and small. I'm pretty easy going, and love a good play with my human and dog friends!