Splitting Up the Walking Task

Ever since I was a kid, I’ve been in love with dogs. I had a dog that I would play with and walk all over the neighborhood. One day it died, and I was devastated, but I realized that this was all part of life, and learned to deal with the pain of loss. Even though I’m an adult, my love for dogs has not lessened. I love walking dogs, but some people don’t feel the same way. After finding an app developer in Singapore, I had an app made that would allow people to get someone to walk their dogs.

Some people simply don’t have the time or energy to walk a dog, so I thought it would be great if I could walk their dogs for them. The app lets people make appointments to have their dog walked at a particular time and date. I’m not the only one doing the dog walking, as it would be impossible to walk all of those dogs on my own. I have a team of people to help me with the task, and they all love dogs just about as much as I do. They all have experience with their own dogs, so they’re used to walking them around.

Since the app has been put to use, my team and I have seen all different kinds of dogs, some of which I didn’t even know were in Singapore. Many of these dogs look as if they could participate in a dog show. The big dogs have a lot of energy and want to take charge when walking. If I was a shorter person with less muscle mass, I would probably run into trouble while walking the big ones. The little dogs like to play around and sniff everything as they’re being walked.