Paul and I own and operate Davisville Dogs. We've lived on Davisville Avenue for over 20 years. We love this area and we love dogs. A perfect combination if you ask us, and helped us name our business.
We can't be happier that we get to spend every day with our dog clients and their families. Of course we do a lot of walking but another part of our day is boarding. We already have a dog (Newman) so we typically only board two or three dogs at a time and we treat them just like our family.
This is my dream job. Sue and I finally took the leap a year ago to run this business full time and we love it! So do the dogs.
We know that when you live a busy life, it's hard to consistently provide the attention and care that your pets demand. We've been there! We provide boarding and walking in the most fun and caring way. We focus on small groups - on and off leash - or private walks. We are Dog Walker Certified and Pet First Aid Certified.
We are always prepared for any pets' needs and ensure that they will receive the best care and love. Their happiness and care is our priority and we strive to provide a service we would want for ourselves.
Jules with her 11 year chocolate lab Sydney.
Having grown up surrounded by cats and dogs her whole life, naturally Jules is a lover of all furry friends. She has a particular affinity for large breed dogs and cats, but seeks to provide all the love and affection to any animal she encounters. As a lover of the natural world, Jules enjoys being outdoors in all weather conditions, rain and snow included. When she is not walking, Jules studies botany at the University of Toronto, and loves to camp, hike and spend time bettering herself through yoga and meditation practice, as well as being a lifelong learner. Her favourite way to spend some down time is snuggling Luna, her 8 year old dilute tortoiseshell cat, or watching her tear around the house facilitated by some catnip and feathery toys. She also loves spending time playing tug of war, swimming and hiking with Sydney, her 11 year old chocolate lab, who is more like a beaver than a dog.
This is Selin with a new friend in Helsinki, Finland this summer. Even travelling she can't get enough cuddles from furry friends.
Selin doesn't currently share her home with a dog of her own but she was lucky to have her grandparents' dog to love until recently. That's how she found her passion to love and take care of dogs. She also enjoys reading and exploring new things. She just graduated from the University of Toronto with a major in Sociology and is now looking forward to expanding her studies to psychology and one day becoming a psychotherapist (for humans).
This is Samantha with her 7 year old Oreo.
Samantha has grown up around dogs and cats her whole life and enjoys the company of animals big or small. Her love of animals started at a very young age. She participated in a co-op placement at a dog daycare during high school where she learned a lot about dogs. Samantha’s future goal is to work in the field of animal care helping and loving animals. She also loves the outdoors in all seasons. Samantha enjoys travelling to new places and looking at old architecture and learning new things. She was a competitive gymnast at a very young age and continues to stay very active. She has been a competitive gymnastics coach for the past 4 years and is currently attending Seneca College. In her down time, she enjoys taking walks with her dog Oreo and snuggling with her cats.
Here he is waiting for his human family to get in the car (he also doesn't want us to forget him so he's taking no chances!) . Newman is our loveable Aussie-doodle. He's key to providing dogs who are boarding with us a terrific experience. We think he has a bit more Aussie Shepherd than Poodle in him, which is why he has a herding instinct. This is ideal when the dogs are playing in the backyard. Newman makes sure they all come in when called.