Pack Activities are an exciting and convenient workday alternative to doggy daycare or short neighborhood walks. They provide a wonderful environment for your dog to thrive in while you're away during the day - full of exercise, exploration and pack socialization - all at competitive rates! And I come to your home to pick up and drop off your dog, so you don't have to spend extra time on trips to and from a daycare facility.
Daily posts to The Dog Blog keep you up-to-date on all the fun your furry family member is having with his/her packmates and Pack Photos are a great way to see and share your pooch at his/her cutest! Sign your dog up for Pack Activities now, and enjoy the peace of mind that comes with knowing your loved one is well taken care of during the day!
Currently accepting clients in the Central Boulder area (between Baseline and Iris, East of the mountains and West of 28th street).
Safety and Security:
American Red Cross Pet First-Aid Certified: In the unlikely event that your dog is injured while out with the pack, I am prepared to apply whatever first aid is immediately required. Situations I am trained to handle include dislodging an item that is blocking the airway, cleaning and bandaging wounds, and CPR.
Bonded and Insured: I am bonded and insured through associates of Pet Sitters International (PSI).
Lock-Box: I keep all of my clients' keys safely stored in a lock-box. In order to further ensure your security, I do not use your name or address to identify your key.
My name is Greg Caunt. I am a lifelong animal lover who has always had an especially soft spot for canines. I had three Golden Retrievers at different times while growing up - Goldie, Honey, and Cinnamon - and I loved and bonded with each of them. I began walking others' dogs regularly in April of 2008. I started Leader of the Pack in March of 2009, and I've loved every minute of it since! I am perpetually involved in independent study of animal behavior and training methods. I believe that an understanding of the instinctual interpretations of body language and verbal cues is the key to communicating with and training animals, combined with a basis of positive reinforcement and occasional, well-timed corrections delivered with a calm, firm and patient energy.
I strive to see things from the point of view of each and every dog with whom I work, as well as from the point of view of canines as a whole. I have always been moved by the ability of different species, with different ways of experiencing the world, to communicate with one another and find common ground and companionship. I believe that working to better understand our four-legged friends in turn helps us to better understand one another - and the rest of the natural world around us - and ultimately brings us toward a more happy and harmonious existence throughout our lives and relationships.
Bonded and Insured Member of Pet Sitters International