Dog Walking & Pet Care Services Oklahoma City


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Oklahoma City

HAPPYDOG Walking & Pet Care Services provides caring, experienced and reliable dog walking and pet sitting services to all of our four-legged family members in the OKC community.

It’s not easy to find the right person for your pets. We’ve built our company around one simple idea – that each dog and cat we care for should be treated like they’re one of our own.


Complimentary Meet & Greet! What Diana would like to know about your pet:

I like to setup a meet and greet (if time allows) with new clients to discuss:


  • Known allergies
  • Medical conditions
    (diabetes, seizure disorder, general or separation anxiety)
  • Difficulty with mobility (needing to be lifted, carried, assisted with standing)
  • How they react around new people/children (if they are scared by masks)
  • How they are with other dogs/animals (behavioral issues)
  • If they have special needs (diet/medication)
  • Veterinary information
  • Nearby emergency-contact information
  • Their schedule (feeding/bathroom breaks/exercise needs)
  • Where they sleep (are they allowed on the furniture/bed)
  • Tricks and commands
  • Their favorite game or toy!


You must decide what is right for you and your pets. For inside dogs, we do a minimum of two (2) visits per day and as many as five (5) visits per day. Most people request three visits each day. It depends on your pet’s needs and your comfort level. Outside pets require a minimum of one (1) visit a day. Crated and confined dogs require a minimum of three (3) visits a day, (2) thirty-minute visits, and (1) 15-minute visit. For cats, we do a minimum of one (1) visit, every-other-day.
A well-exercised dog is a happy dog and is, therefore, less likely to display destructive behavior in your home. Also, a refreshing break during the day can help alleviate separation anxiety and provide a much-needed potty break. If you are gone most of the day, your pet is home alone; a daily walk will provide that much-needed attention when you are away.
We can certainly help train them to walk properly using various walking tools (Easy Walk harnesses, dog backpacks, treats, Gentle Leaders, etc.) that all provide positive reinforcement training. We’ve found most dogs that are learning to walk properly on a leash do best when on a consistent walking schedule of at least three days a week.
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Trust your pet’s care to a happy, stable, fit & reliable woman who seriously adores animals!

5 / 5

“Fantastic. Very personable, extremely detailed reports, and exceptional care for my pet. Could not recommend more highly.”
Jacob, OKC