Worried about having your dog home alone all day?  Are you unable to take your dog for walks?  Calling All Dogs has an experienced and dog CPR certified Dog Walker to help you and your dog.  We provide walks in time increments that you can choose from, will pick up and dispose of dog droppings during walks, make sure that plenty of water is available, send you pictures, and provide your dog with a fun and enriching walk. Dogs must be non-aggressive.

 

Steps to Register

1)  Stop in, email, call or fill out the New Client Form below.
2)  Choose the date and time of the first meeting where owners are present.
3)  Reserve your appointment via an emailed invoice or payment in person.
4)  Have your dog walked!

Owners will meet with our experienced dog walker during the initial consultation.  He will get to know you and your dog before embarking on a fun walk.  Fill out our “New Client Form” to provide us with information about your dog.

Calling All Dogs is currently offering special pricing with 20% OFF our dog walking service.  All prices shown are before tax.

1/2 Hour Walk: $14.50 (regular price: $18.00)

1 Hour Walk: $20.00 (regular price: $25.00)

Additional Dog: $6.00 (regular price: $8.00)

 

We service the GLOW Region.  Travel fees may apply.

September – June walks take place from 7 am to 3 pm.

July – August walks take place from 7 am to 5 pm.

Other hours may be available and can be discussed during the first meeting.

Todd L Tryon is the owner of PooBeGone, LLC, in Batavia, New York. Prior to venturing out as a small business owner, Todd served the United States in several positions for 32 years. Todd began his career with a 10-year tour as a Military Policeman in the United States Army which included a combat tour in Mogadishu, Somalia and several other deployments to include a tour at the Naval Base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. His Federal Law Enforcement Career began as the United States Border Patrol Agent stationed in Douglas, Arizona, later transferring to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in Batavia, New York. During his tenure with ICE, he held several enforcement positions as well as the Tactical Commander of the Special Response Team. Todd was promoted to Assistant Field Office Director and Officer In Charge of the Buffalo Federal Detention Facility in February 2011. He retired from that position in March 2017.

 

Todd has received several military accommodations to include the Army Accommodation Medal, the Army Achievement Medal, The Army Good Conduct Medal and the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal. During his federal career, he received a Distinguished Government Service Award, The Federal Executive
Board’s Chairman Award and the ICE National Supervisor of the Year Award.

 

Todd currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Batavia Minor League Youth Baseball Organization, is a certified Babe Ruth/Cal Ripken Umpire and a member of the American Legion. Todd still resides in Batavia, with his wife of 23 years, Julie, their four boys and Trooper, their German Shepherd.