10 Apr
Widermere FL Shih Tzu

Mookie (Photo by Nikki from Team Sniff)

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Well, Hello!

9 Apr
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Moments like this! (Photo by Tiffany from Team Sniff)

“You had me at hello.” ~ Dorothy Boyd (from Jerry Maguire)

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Becoming ‘Dog’

8 Apr
Houston, Terrier

Houston (Photo by Lara from Team Sniff)

“In order to really enjoy a dog, one doesn’t merely try to train him to be semi-human. The point of it is to open oneself to the possibility of becoming partly a dog.” ~ Edward Hoagland

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They’ll Protect You — But Not From The Truth :)

5 Apr
Pink Pants, Basset Hound

“Nice pants, buddy. Yeah, I see you back there.” (Photo by Greg Valentine from Team Sniff)

“Dogs are the best example of a being who doesn’t need to lie to protect someone’s pride.” ~ Ammiel Josiah Monterde

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Become A Professional Dog Walker In Seattle

4 Apr
Best Seattle Dog Walker, Harry Potter

Harry Pupper! (Photo by Team Sniff)


SNIFF Seattle Dog Walkers is Western Washington’s most successful and exciting dog walking company. Named Best Dog Walker the last six years in a row by KING 5 TV. We’re expanding our talented team of dog pros. Dog walkers LOVE their job and make good money for part-time hours! And you help dogs. That’s a seriously cool thing.


What’s it like to work for SNIFF? For starters, it’s fun! You go to the client’s home; you walk their dog. SNIFF specializes in private walks. So, these are peaceful walks around the neighborhood — not chaotic “pack walking.” And your route is centralized in a specific neighborhood or area. So you’re not driving back ‘n’ forth across the whole city.

Team members at Sniff Seattle work every day Monday through Friday from 10:00 or 11:00 am to 2:00 or 3:00 pm, serving a consistent clientele getting daily walks. It’s 18-25 hours of work per week.

Starting pay is $16.00 an hour. And you can increase your income by doing overnight dog sitting stays and pet sitting visits. You’re a W-2 employee at SNIFF, not a 1099 independent contractor. Working as an employee is better: you’re eligible for paid sick leave, and unemployment and workman’s comp benefits. If you work as an independent contractor, you forfeit and receive none of these basic rights. And we offer direct deposit for your paychecks.

Dog walking with Sniff Seattle is fun, independent, satisfying and rewarding. It’s really the best part-time job ever! See our current openings and what we’re looking for here.

If you’re a good fit, apply by email only. Include your resume and references, and tell us about your previous work with pets — and what you can bring to the SNIFF team of professional dog walkers.

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Return To Eden

3 Apr
Arthur, West Seattle

Arthur (Photo by Farrah from Team Sniff)

“To sit with a dog on a hillside on a glorious afternoon is to be back in Eden, where doing nothing was not boring – it was peace.” ~ Milan Kundera

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Say ‘Hello’ To A Stranger!

2 Apr
Golden Retriever, Happy Dog

Little Dog and Eva (Photo by Tiffany from Team Sniff)

“Each time you say hello to a stranger, your heart acknowledges over and over again that we are all family.” ~ Suzy Kassem

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