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Toronto's Only On-Demand Dog Walking App

Guaranteed walker arrival in under

90-minutes or your walk is free!

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It's Safe

- Private, GPS tracked, on-leash walks.

Insured, background-checked walkers.

- Premium pet insurance.

It's Easy

- Key lock box provided for walker entry.

- Guaranteed walker arrival within 90-- minutes of booking.

- Secure automated payments.

  • Key lock box provided for walker entry.

  • Guaranteed walker arrival within 90-minutes of booking.

  • Secure automated payments.

We Care

- 10 cents for every 10 minutes walked donated to local animal rescues.

- $11,325 donated to date.

Schedule, track, and review your pup’s private walks:

It’s like Uber, for dog walking!

Happy, Healthy Pets and Owners

From the moment I logged on I was impressed with the service and the way the app was set up. I set up a meet and greet with a dog walker (Traci) who turned out to be fantastic. I was very cautious about leaving my beloved chocolate lab with a stranger and allow someone into my house. But my concerns were quickly overturned and I happily set up my first dog walk. Spot is exactly what I was looking for and my lab is very happy to have someone take such great care of him!

Wally’s Owner – Aften

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Dog Walking in Toronto

Home to more than 3 million people, Toronto is Canada’s largest city by population. There are an estimated 6.5 million people in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) and approximately 10 million in the Golden Horseshoe! What does that mean…there are a lot of furry friends! Toronto proper is home to more than 230,000 dogs while there are over 500,000 in the GTA!

The city of Toronto has 65 designated off-leash dog parks. Including the suburban communities, this number easily doubles which makes the GTA a dog friendly place to live. In addition to off-leash areas, the GTA has an abundance of dog friendly outdoor space including beaches, trails, ravines, etc. to enjoy.


Once the pups have been out to play at the off-leash parks, the hoomans are ripe for a post-walk meal or beverage. Toronto has no shortage of dog friendly restaurants and patios!