About Us

All Pupped Out’s mission is simple. To provide exceptional dog walking and pet sitting services that customers can rely on in downtown Toronto.

Anne decided to launch her own dog walking and pet sitting service because of her true love for animals.  She started at a very young age first acquiring a cat and then a Labrador Retriever.  As the years went on Anne acquired two Siamese cats which proved to be the most interesting and intelligent of all the felines she has ever owned.  When they passed away they were immediately replace by a Black cat and a Calico cat.  Her next cat was another Black cat that had cerebella hypoplasia which causes jerky and uncoordinated movements but despite her disability was a joy to have.  Anne has had a Pappilon - Choe -  but unfortunately she passed away at the age of 10 last year.  She is now a proud owner of a Goldendoodle - Rileigh.  She also has recenlty acquired two more  Siamese cats Azzie and Ottis.  Anne is also a past volunteer at the Etobicoke Humane Society and the Oakville Humane Society.

“The Purity of a person’s heart can be quickly measured by how they regard animals” Anonymous

Allowing someone else to look after your cherished pet is a big decision. Naturally you will need peace of mind that the person you choose is experienced, trustworthy and reliable. Ultimately you will want your pet to be content and in the safest of hands. That is where All Pupped Out stands out from the crowd!

Our Credentials and Affiliations are:

  • Certified Professional Dog Walker - Graduate of the Toronto Pet Professional Course
  • Bonded & Insured
  • Pet First Aid Certified 
  • Member of PDWA (www.prodogwalker.com)

Why not call us today on 416-270-1993 or complete our online enquiry form to discover more.

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