Dog Care

Mardi Gras in your home pet care

by Twila Beasley on January 24, 2017

Carnival time is around the corner yall &there’s about 7 days till the 1st Uptown parade that kicks off the season. Live within  a short walking distance of Napoleon Ave 70115 we’ll take your dog out for a walk, feed your dog or cat so you can continue partying!!  Second pet is FREE! No aggressive pets, pets must be able to walk properly on leash. Pass can be used  up to two visits for weekend parade. Consultation required!

Price: flat rate of $150 for the whole parade season

schedule consultation here

Questions? bark at  us




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