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dog walkers #1237718
01/03/21 01:03 PM
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Anyone have any suggestions for finding a reliable dog walker? I'm still dealing with hip and back issues which makes it especially difficult during this time of year. I'm afraid to walk on snow or ice and lose my balance. I've yet to find someone reliable enough that I don't have to constantly ask and chase after. I've considered Rover as well as other online places, but not sure if those are good ideas or not.

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Re: dog walkers [Re: butterflybabe] #1237754
01/03/21 04:48 PM
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I work in Saint Charles or I'd help you. A bit too far to travel. There are dozens of small personal services around Chicago. I wouldn't use Rover or Wag ever. Not saying all of them are bad, but the chances are too high. I unfortunately don't know of any personally to recommend. Perhaps asking people at a local dog park who they use.


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