Just the 2 of Us, Dog Walking Service

Abbotsford, BC 604-854-8129
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Hello All Dog Owners,

My name is Gail Evans and I was born and raised in beautiful Abbotsford, BC. Since childhood, I have experienced the joy of having animals in my life. Growing up on a farm allowed me the pleasure of having dogs, cats, and even cows for companions.
My business “Just the 2 of Us”, specializes in one on one attention.  I don’t do group walks unless the dogs are from the same household.
I will board one dog at a time (or more if from the same household) around 60 lbs max. and have a large, fenced, secured yard for playtime in addition to walking.
Having owned dogs in Abbotsford my entire life, I have developed ongoing relationships with local vets, groomers, and dog trainers. Consequently, I can provide each client with professional references.
I will ensure your dogs’ safety at all times and provide pictures/videos of our time together. If you live in the Abbotsford, Aldergrove or Mission areas, please contact me and I will gladly come to your home and provide your dog(s) with a fun and relaxing outing!
 Looking forward to spending time with your best friend,
Gail Evans
Pet 1st Aid Certified
Recommended by Danielle’s Dog Grooming Studio!

Business phone number 604-854-8129
Hours of Operation Monday to Saturday 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Service Area Abbotsford/Aldergrove/Mission
Country Canada
State/Province British Columbia
distance: 65 Kilometers
Address Abbotsford, BC
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