Coronavirus Covid-19 NEW!! Good Dog! Coaching & Pet Care’s COVID-19 DOOR TO DOOR Pet Care option (D2D).

We are adding a Door to Door option for anyone working from home, sick or practicing social distancing during these trying times. You have a Best of Gwinnettdog… they need a break…YOU need a break!
You now have the option to meet us at the door, dog leashed & ready to go, and we will return your pup after a nice long walk, or their trip to the vet or groomer, hand them over and leave.

Need other services? Grocery Shopping, Prescription Pick Up/Drop Off, Pet Supply/Pet Food Delivery… Just ask! We are here to help. 

Responsible Dog Ownership Dog Training Career OpportunitiesIF you’re concerned about us using your leash, we have solved that issue as well!

D2D clients will receive a temporary leash to keep on your porch/property that never needs to enter your home. We’ll use it for your dog only and you can hold onto it as long as needed.

Our professional pet sitters are taking extra measures to help stop the spread of germs. They come with sprays, wipes, gloves & more. social distancing coronavirus covid-
Call us today to learn more 404-422-9832 we look forward to serving you! Or CLICK HERE to contact us.

We are also accepting NEW CLIENTS and we can complete client consults for D2D virtually with video chat prior to your first service.
If you are interested in D2D services, call us, the process is simple, fast and you’re getting the same professional service Good Dog! Coaching & Pet Care has provided for over 10 years.
Best of GwinnettThis option is set up to ease any concern as we work through social distancing together. Regular walks and visits will continue with our new safety procedures for anyone that doesn’t select the D2D option. We are bonded, insured, and thoroughly background screened and we’ve been awarded BEST OF GWINNETT since 2011!

Call us today to learn  more! 404-422-9832

At present there is no evidence that companion animals (pets such as dogs or cats) can be infected with the new Coronavirus.covid-19 pets