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Ever find yourself wishing your pup could experience all the exciting sights, smells, and tail wags that the Everett area has to offer? At Tailored Pet Services LLC, we take the leash so you don’t have to.

Imagine Charlie, a sprightly Golden Retriever, trotting with glee and sniffing out every interesting twig along the scenic trails of Forest Park, chasing butterflies with boundless energy. Or picture Cade, a gentle giant of a Pitbull/Terrier Mix, strolling majestically through the manicured lawns near the Mill Creek Country Club, greeting fellow dog walkers with a friendly wag.

Below are just a few of the adventures we create for our furry clients every day. We don’t just walk dogs; we weave unforgettable experiences into the fabric of their lives, exploring all the hidden gems and popular hotspots that make Everett such a special place.

Landmarks North of Boeing
52nd Street Substation: Everett, WA 98203

When I arrived I saw that the girls were in nicer sweaters so I changed them into the pink and red ones. The walk was nice, they did really well other than having to yell at some other little dogs on the trail. They did calm down as soon as they passed though, which was good. We paused in the driveway to get treats and a cute picture!

Bagshaw Field: Everett, WA 98201

Rigby greeted me at the door doing a wiggle butt toe-tapping dance. He also had a ball in his mouth. It was very cute. I think he is feeling better than yesterday.

He was definitely ready to go yeah took off down the street leading me where he wanted to go. He maintained his bouncy composure for the duration of the walk.

He got to talk to the saint Bernard’s as well as sniff some cherry blossoms which are all in full bloom despite yesterday’s snow.

Rigby shows us anything is possible! Share photos of your own furry fighters in the comments below.

Centennial Trail Head Hwy 92, Lake Stevens, WA 98258

Loki, a Pomeranian/Chihuahua mix with furry ears that bounced with every wiggle, lived in a whirlwind of giggles and curious grabs. His best friend was Emily, a toddler with a mop of unruly curls who was about to turn two in July.

Emily’s days were a blur of exploration, and Loki followed with unwavering devotion. He’d wait patiently by the toy box as she rummaged for treasures, his tail thumping a happy rhythm against the floor. Sometimes, a misplaced throw would land near his ears, and Loki would snatch it up, leading Emily on a playful chase through the house. However, mealtimes were a different story. Loki transformed into a furry shadow, weaving between Emily’s legs, hoping for a tasty morsel to fall. “Clean up, Loki!” became a familiar refrain after every snack and meal, as the little dog diligently polished off any dropped cheerios or rogue puffs.

Even at naptime, Loki was by her side. Curled at the foot of the crib, he’d act as a furry guardian, his presence a silent promise that all was safe. Though their days were filled with chewed toys and the occasional puddle mishap, their bond was undeniable.

Lately, Emily had been a little quieter, her chubby finger poking her Mom’s growing tummy with a gurgle. “Ba-by?” she’d announce, her big eyes wide with wonder. Loki, ever the loyal friend, would tilt his head, ears perked, sensing a change in the air. They were two adventurers, about to embark on a whole new journey, one wagging tail, giggle, and soon, a coo at a time.

Church In Everett, Everett, WA 98201

Betty, a golden retriever with fur the color of sunshine, explored her neighborhood with Ashley, her dog walker. One crisp spring day, a box caught Betty’s eye. Her tail thumped as she sniffed the Little Free Library… only to discover books instead of treats. Betty tilted her head, her brow furrowed in concentration as if trying to decipher the strange symbols on the covers. A little disappointed (after all, who wouldn’t want a mid-walk snack?), she/Ashley continued their walk, heading deeper into the neighborhood.

But then, further along their sniffing safari, Betty spotted a treasure trove! A white box had a sign that read, “Take a Stick, Leave a Stick!” Betty’s excitement exploded. She sifted through the collection of sticks, each one a treasure trove of smells and textures. Finally, she settled on a perfectly sized branch, perfect for fetching. With her stick held proudly in her mouth, Betty continued her walk with Ashley. Birds chirped in the blossoming trees, and the scent of freshly cut grass filled the air. Every rustle in the bushes held the promise of adventure. Even without squirrels, this spring stick-finding expedition was an unforgettable journey.

Don’t miss out on the springtime fun! Sign up for our dog walking service today and let the adventures begin: https://tailoredpetservices.com/dog-walking/

Deer Park: Everett, WA 98203

Surprise snow! Everything was blanketed in a pristine white. Jameson, ever the stoic canine, barely flicked an ear. But as we stepped out, his nose went into overdrive, sniffing a frenetic path along the woods. Squirrels chattered indignantly from the branches, their bushy tails twitching in protest as Jameson investigated their snowy domain. A light dusting sparkled on the trees, promising a day of wintery wonder.

Essential Fence Center, Snohomish, WA 98290

Car Capers: Did Eddie, Our Snohomish Client, Try to Steal a Joyride?

Eddie was too funny today. It’s clear he had a little more than a walk on his mind. He was very polite and good on his walk until we got a bit too close to a neighbor’s car and he popped up to look excitedly through the window. I pulled him away and didn’t think too much of it until I returned to the driveway and Eddie stopped and looked intently at the door handle of my car, tilting his head first towards it, and then towards me, giving a little excited shuffle with his front feet. It would seem be think he should be going somewhere.

Garfield Park: Everett, WA 98201

After being harnessed up, Koda headed out into the wet world with his walker. Fortunately, the rain stopped which made it a pleasant walk.

He trotted down the street, his nose sniffing out every interesting scent. After a while, he found himself at Garfield Park. The park, with its sprawling lawns and open fields, was a paradise for Koda. He excitedly explored every nook and cranny. Despite the puddles, Koda had the time of his life at Garfield Park.

Eventually, it was time to head home. Along the way, passed the school with kids playing at recess and walkers enjoying the dry weather. Once home, he did a lap upstairs before settling in his crate.

Target: Lake Stevens, WA 98258

Mana was all snorts and wriggles when I opened up the door. She excitedly lead me to the backyard, and once done out there, to the front door where she managed to (mostly) sit while I got her into her harness.

More happy snorts continued throughout the walk, where we trod through cherry blossom petals and stopped to watch the neighbor’s rabbit creep through its yard.

Once back, Mana finished up business in the backyard and played some silly chase games with me before I said goodbye at the door.

Woodlawn Park: Everett, WA 98203

Caliber was so excited to be on his walk! He did a lot of shrieking and chomped at the snow as we went. We got up to Forest Park and got hailed on and by the time we were headed back down Black Forest Lane, it was blindingly sunny. It was at that point that Caliber sat down and gave me a mournful look, slobber wrapped around his muzzle. He didn’t want the walk to be over!

Valley View Commons Park in Everett, WA 98203

Sunshine, Socializing, and Surprise Redecorating with Cleo

Our stroll today turned into a bit of a zigzag as Cleo insisted on greeting every furry friend we came across. It’s safe to say she’s quite the social butterfly! Despite the unexpected detours, we made the most of our time together, soaking in the sunshine and enjoying each other’s company. Oh, and Cleo’s little game of rearranging furniture? Well, let’s just say she’s got a knack for interior design! I gently nudged the ottoman back in place once she decided to retreat to her cozy crate. Another day filled with puppy antics and precious moments!

Rucker Hill Park: Everett, WA 98201

Fortunately, rain had stopped but Schultzy and Cleo still had to navigate the slick sidewalk around the construction. Cleo with her maroon harness looked a tad comical as her small frame, bounced excitedly beside him. The familiar neighborhood was mostly deserted, the usual gaggle of dog walkers deterred by the wet day except for one woman with a black dog.

We hiked past the Rucker Mansion that overlooks Possession Sound. The choppy grey waves crashed, a rhythmic counterpoint to the barks of unseen seals echoing from the distance. Schultzy, with his keen nose, could practically smell the salty spray. Cleo, strained at the leash trying to pull closer. Schultzy, ever the cautious one, kept a safe distance from the edge.

Here, under the grey sky, their walk felt like a secret adventure. There were no squirrels to chase. Just Schultzy, Cleo, the wind whispering through the trees, and the symphony of the sea. It was a different kind of fun, a quiet companionship that warmed Schultzy from the inside out, a warmth that had nothing to do with the overcast day but everything to do with the little liver-colored ball of fluff trotting beside him.

Reluctantly, Schultzy knew it was time to head home. Cleo, pleasantly exhausted from all the playing, didn’t put up much of a fight. Walking back down 34th Street, contentment settled over Schultzy deeper than any he’d known before. His days were filled with a new purpose, a joyful responsibility that wagged its tail and barked with glee. He may be an old dog, but with Cleo by his side, every walk was an adventure.

Zion Lutheran Church: Everett, WA 98203

Boots is enjoying her daily dose of fresh air, but how does she convince her walker to give treats on the way home? Read the full story to find out!

Boots, the almost-thirteen-year-old Lab, was a whirlwind of energy at the start of her walk. Tail wagging, she zoomed around the familiar path by the church, nose glued to every interesting sniff. A quick potty break later, and Boots was off to the races again – well, more like a playful sashay on the grass, her trademark “bootscooting” in full effect.

The rain held off until the walk’s end, when a sprinkle surprised them. Unfazed, Boots greeted the friendly garbage truck driver with an enthusiastic bark. Maybe a little muddy from her grassy rolls, Boots was all smiles – a walk well-walked, even if the treats coaxed her home for the last stretch. Sure, there were a few more rest stops than usual, a sign Boots might need a slightly gentler routine. But one thing remained constant: Boots’ joyful spirit that could brighten any day.

Landmarks South of Boeing
Big Gulch Park: Mukilteo, WA 98275

Before our walk, Bert and Tomato were treated to plenty of affection and pets, basking in the attention showered upon them. Bert, in particular, couldn’t contain his excitement, taking matters into his own paws by opening the little gate, a clear sign that he was eager to hit the pavement.

As we ventured out, the energy of the neighborhood greeted us warmly, with the sun casting its gentle glow and a light breeze carrying the promise of adventure. Bert and Tomato wasted no time in making their presence known, offering a bark of greeting to a passing dog, their tails wagging with enthusiasm.

Despite the brief interruption, our stroll continued, weaving through familiar streets adorned with picturesque ocean views. With each step, Bert and Tomato reveled in the sights and scents of the neighborhood, their curiosity piqued by every passing moment.

Cedar Grove Community Park: Bothell, WA 98012

Upon arrival, Birdie greeted her trainer with an enthusiastic leash dance, a stark contrast to the nervous trembling of just weeks ago. The Bernedoodle, a ball of fluff with boundless energy, was blossoming. Gone were the days of timid exploration. Today, Cedar Grove Community Park was her playground. With a long leash trailing behind her, Birdie felt a newfound freedom. Her trainer Chelsea cheered her on as she conquered the jungle gym, each step a testament to their growing trust. Birdie, ever the eager student, aced the stair challenge too. Sitting patiently at the top, she awaited the go-ahead, before scampering down and landing a perfect “sit” at Chelsea’s feet. Though being comfortable going to the bathroom on the walk wasn’t accomplished yet, Birdie’s progress was clear. With a proud smile, Chelsea knew this Bernedoodle was destined for great things.

Cottonwood Park: Mill Creek, WA 98012

Rain, Squirrels & Super Sniffs: Can Cade Resist the Call of the Wild (Read his Adventure!)

The rain brings out all the wonderful smells which made today another perfect walk with Cade, the energetic Pitbull mix.

While we walked the trails, the only sound of footsteps were our own. The usual hustle and bustle of walkers had been replaced by a peaceful quiet, likely due to the recent rain shower. While we explored the trails, his nose glued to every bush like a furry detective.

Suddenly, a rustle in the undergrowth caught Cade’s attention. Two squirrels, their bushy tails wagged in defiance, scampered across the trail. For a fleeting moment, his nose twitched with the urge to chase. A firm but loving call of his name, however, reminded him of the adventure at hand. With renewed focus, he trotted back to my side, ready to continue conquering the labyrinthine trails.

Eventually, the intriguing scents took him in the direction of home. When we arrived, Cade happily lapped up some water, his tail wagging furiously. Another successful walk in the books for my favorite sniffing companion!

Forest View Elementary School: Everett, WA 98208

Dachshund Duo Decides Between Snuggles or Sunbathing

The Pacific Northwest sun bathed the expansive deck in warmth, coaxing two dachshunds into blissful relaxation. Ruby, a stunning Merle with dappled fur, stretched out contentedly, soaking up the rays. Unlike her firecracker brother, Milo, she preferred sunbathing to chasing fleeting fancies.

Milo, a black and tan ball of energy, wasn’t quite ready to settle. He bounded across the smooth surface of the deck, his short legs a blur of motion. Every few minutes, though, he’d trot over to me, tail wagging a happy greeting. In a silent doggy code, he’d nudge my leg with his wet nose, a clear request for cuddles. I’d readily scoop him up, his warmth radiating through his soft fur.

After a few minutes of snuggles, Milo would hop down, replaced by his eager sister. Ruby would scramble onto my lap, her eyes filled with adoration. I’d scratch behind her long, floppy ears, a reward for her patient wait. We’d trade cuddles back and forth, the two dachshunds a furry carousel of love, their contentment a perfect counterpoint to the warm sunshine.

Holly Community Park: Mill Creek, WA 98012

Bunny, a mischievous gray Frenchie, trotted towards the forbidden zone – a bucket overflowing with plump orange carrots. Their earthy scent filled the air, a constant temptation for her adventurous nose. Her brother Bear, a black and white Frenchie with an infectious grin, ran by chasing the pig his walker Chantelle threw.

Torn between juicy carrots and playful pursuits, Bunny let out a frustrated snort. With a mischievous glint in her eyes, she darted towards the toy. Bear, realizing he had competition, gave chase. They became a whirlwind of fur, weaving around the yard, playful barks echoing in the air.

One throw from Chantelle changed the course of their game. Bunny bolted right, Bear dashed left, and the pig landed smack in the middle. They collided in a comical head-on bump, like furry battering rams! Stunned for a moment, they shook their heads and with renewed energy, both lunged for the toy. Bear, with a determined growl, claimed victory.

For the remainder of the visit, Bunny participated in fetch, but on her own terms. Instead of chasing the toy pig with gusto, her enthusiasm fizzled out. If she reached the pig before Bear did, she’d run half the way back to Chantelle and just drop the pig and start grazing. This, of course, presented Bear with the perfect opportunity. He’d swoop in with a determined glint in his eye, ready to claim the abandoned prize.

At the end of the visit, Chantelle called out “Alright pups, time to head inside!” Bunny, with a final longing glance at the forbidden carrot bucket, her nose twitching with suppressed desire, trotted to the back door. Bear, his tongue lolling out happily, followed close behind. Despite their playful rivalry, a wet-nosed nudge and a shared lick of Chantelle’s hand confirmed their undeniable bond – two mischievous Frenchies, forever partners in playtime.

Have a mischievous dog duo of your own? Share their funniest antics in the comments below!

Jefferson Elementary School: Everett, WA 98208

Misty rain landed on the sidewalk as Juno and I started our walk down 27th Avenue. The cool drops quickly warmed Juno up, and her nose twitched with every new scent. We passed Burley Drive and turned onto Goblin Lane, where Juno got especially curious. Her forehead wrinkled in concentration as she sniffed a particularly interesting bush.

At the end of Goblin Lane, by Jefferson Elementary, Juno perked up. She looked into the school yard hoping to catch a glimpse of children playing (we saw some playing basketball). We headed home and saw numerous children (school must have just gotten out). With the rain clouds burning off, we saw a number of women walking their dogs.

As we neared the end of the walk, Juno stopped to stare. I looked up expecting another dog, but saw two children, one bouncing a ball. We quickly moved out of the way with no complaint from Juno. Excitement washed over her as we turned onto our street (playtime!).

Back home, Juno grabbed the stuffed soccer ball for me to throw. The perfect end to a fun, rainy walk.

Kamiak Tennis Courts: Mukilteo, WA 98275

It was a rainy spring day when Chuck and me set out for a walk around our neighborhood. Despite the sprinkling, Chuck’s tail wagged excitedly as he eagerly awaited his daily outing.

As we stepped outside, the cool raindrops gently fell on our faces, creating a soothing rhythm as we made our way down the familiar streets lined with colorful blooming flowers.

As we continued on our walk, the rain began to pour down harder, soaking us both to the bone. Chuck shook himself off, spraying droplets of water everywhere, his tail wagging even more vigorously in the downpour.

I couldn’t help but smile at his enthusiasm, his zest for life infectious even on a gloomy day. Despite the wet and cold, Chuck’s spirit remained undampened, a true testament to the resilience and joy found in simple moments.

As we arrived back home, Chuck’s fur was a mess of wet curls, but his eyes sparkled with contentment. I dried him off, grateful for the simple pleasure of our rainy day walk together.

In the end, it was just a walk in the rain, but it was a reminder of the beauty and magic found in everyday moments, even on the most ordinary of days. Chuck had taught me that sometimes, it’s the simplest things in life that bring us the most joy, and for that, I was grateful.

Muirfield Community Private Park: Bothell, WA 98012

Today’s walk with LouLou started out a little ruff because she pulled me along as she sniffed excitedly. At first, I thought it was just morning energy, but then I noticed the pattern. She’d lunge and pull only near the bushes, nose practically glued to the ground.

A mischievous glint in her eye confirmed my suspicions: bunnies. Spring must be stirring them from their winter slumber, and LouLou, ever the curious canine detective, was hot on their scent.

While I plan to work on her focus around these furry distractions, I can’t deny a sense of accomplishment. Progress, even in small sniffs, is a win in my book.

Our Pond: Lynnwood, WA 98037

The rain pattered a gentle rhythm on the sidewalk as we set out for our walk. Waffles, known for her dislike for walks, trotted along beside me with a determined look. She wasn’t a huge fan of getting wet, but she seems to have started to enjoy spending time with me. As we walked, the rain increased a little. Waffles stopped and looked up at me with wide eyes, wanting to return home. I smiled and reassured her with a gentle scratch behind the ears. She wagged her tail tentatively and continued on. Despite the rain, the neighborhood was full of life. Birds chirped cheerfully knowing spring is just around the corner. We stopped to admire the new flowers starting anew, and Waffles, ever the curious pup she is, sniffed them cautiously. She then proceeded to sniff every flower and tree along the way. As we neared the end of our walk, i noticed Waffles perk up. She picked up her pace and wagged her tail excitedly. I realized she was eager to get home and dry off. I smiled, happy that she is enjoying our walks more and more. Back at home, l Waffles snuggled into her plush blanket with a contented sigh. I felt a surge of gratitude for your furry companion, who brought joy and laughter into my life, even on a rainy day.

Marshland Cemetery: Snohomish, WA 98296

The sunshine practically bounced off Sunnie’s fur as she trotted alongside her walker Chantelle. Her tail thumped a happy rhythm against the grass as we ambled towards the field. It was way too nice a day to be cooped up inside.

Reaching the familiar path, Sunnie pulled Chantelle forward, eager to explore. She darted towards a shady spot by a bush, the perfect spot for a cool belly rub in the dirt. Forget fetch, digging was on the agenda! Sunnie gleefully excavated a shallow trench, then flopped down with a sigh, a goofy grin plastered on her face.

Chantelle couldn’t help but chuckle. Her furry client was a drama queen for sure. Throughout the visit, the ball remained sadly neglected. Sticks were infinitely more interesting for chewing, and every now and then, a particularly impressive rock demanded her full attention.

By the time we headed home, Sunnie was a panting, dirt-smudged mess, but a mess with the happiest golden grin. Maybe fetch could wait for another day. Today, Sunnie had unearthed the joy of cool dirt and giant rocks, and that was adventure enough.

Original Pancake House, Bothell, WA 98012

Frenchie Fun: Mack & Milo Explore Sunny Sidewalks!

The sun beat down on the neighborhood, turning the sidewalk into a sizzling path. Perfect weather for an adventure! Mack, the white French Bulldog with his perpetually perky ears, trotted excitedly beside me. Milo, his grey counterpart, lumbered along with an equally enthusiastic wag.
Every house, every bush, every fire hydrant was a new adventure for these curious pups.

We ventured off the smooth pavement, their short legs moving through the beauty bark lining a nearby garden. Mack, the explorer, sniffed every interesting thing with his wet nose, while Milo, the social butterfly, tried greeting two people walking by.

By the time we returned home, their little tongues lolled out in happy exhaustion. It had been a glorious day of exploration and Mack and Milo couldn’t wait for the next sunny adventure.

Evergreen View Estates, Everett, WA 98208

The harness fit snuggly on Murphy’s golden fur as he bounced next to Hammy, his much larger Bernese Mountain Dog companion. The mid-day sun warmed their backs as they trotted down the sidewalk, tongues lolling in anticipation of their walk.

They turned the corner onto their street, a familiar route lined with houses and well-kept lawns. Birds chirped merrily from the trees, their songs a pleasant soundtrack to their walk. Murphy, ever the gentleman, ignored them. Hammy, however, couldn’t resist a playful woof at a particularly bold robin perched on a fence post.

Finally, they reached the park. The playground was deserted, the swings swaying gently in the breeze – it was a school day. Murphy lumbered curiously towards the equipment, eager to sniff around. Hammy, ever the playful one, weaved past the empty slide. Murphy, ever the loyal companion, circled the perimeter like a giant furry guard dog, keeping a watchful eye on his friend’s acrobatics.

With a tug on the leash, it was time to head home. Back in their own backyard, the familiar patio greeted them. Relief washed over them both as they finally answered nature’s call. Exhausted and happy, they collapsed onto the cool grass, side by side, best friends sharing a perfect afternoon.