We uphold the highest standards in all aspects when caring for your
dog. We will treat your dog with love and dignity while he plays,
explores and walks.
- Small groups (8 dogs maximum in a
- Adventures last 1¼ - 2 hours (minimum
hour park time)
- Energetic and fun exercise
- Companionship -- lots of great
- Dogs are treated with love and
- Special play groups depending on
size and temperament
- We use only environmentally-responsible,
biodegradable doggy bags
- Competitive rates
- Exceptional references
- For security purposes, each dog
in our care is issued a
Pet ID Tag
with contact information for Foggy4Paws engraved on the back
Please Note: We do not provide
dog sitting services.
Service Agreement and Terms of
Pet Information Sheet
Client / House Information Sheet
Walk Report Card
Our Credentials in the Public Record
Business Registration Certificate #0421290
Issued by the Office of the Treasurer and Tax Collector of the
City of San Francisco Expires: June 30, 2017
A Word About Bonding
A bond for a sole proprietorship (like ours) that has no
employees is totally worthless. By definition, "A bond protects
the employer from dishonest acts by an employee. It does
absolutely nothing for the client." A sole proprietor would not
commit dishonest acts against themselves. (i.e. A sole
proprietor would not steal from a client's home; however, an
employee might. That is when bonding becomes useful.) It is also
important to note that a bond is not an insurance policy nor is
it paid out like one. For a bond to be paid, the covered person
must be arrested, tried, convicted and sentenced. Then and only
then will the bond be paid. Subsequently, the bonding company
goes after the person that they bonded to recover their losses.
Sole proprietors would be spending money foolishly for something
they would never use. In such cases, the only one that comes out
ahead is the bonding company.
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throw it or do I have to sit here all day?
And it better have a working squeaky!"
"Kenny and Rubén and some of our friends at Crissy Beach, of
course. I told you they were beach bums!"