Chicago Dog Walker

At Chicago Pet Sitters we strive for our sitters to feel like they are a part of a big family, and we want to give you the chance to see just how amazing our staff is.

Today’s walker spotlight is on: Kyle H.

Kyle is a writer and independent filmmaker, currently pursuing his MFA in Screenwriting at Maharishi University of Management. Growing up, his father bred and raised golden retrievers, so he’s used to being surrounded by dogs. Now he’s brought his love of animals to us as a Chicago dog walker!

Chicago Dog Walker Kyle H

Favorite color?

Favorite food?

Coffee or tea?

What is your favorite movie?
Such a hard question, there’s so many, but right now I’d have to say ‘The Shawshank Redemption’.

What is your favorite breed of dog and why?
Boston Terrier, because they’re so tiny and cute, and well-behaved.

Where did you live before Chicago and what brought you to the city?
I lived in Southern Illinois. I moved to Chicago to do theater.

What is one of your favorite things about the city?
The access to different cultures and experiences, i.e. museums, artsy movie theaters, etc.

Your favorite hangout spot / restaurant in the city?
The Music Box Theatre.

What is something about you that might surprise people when they find out?
I like Hello Kitty.

When you aren’t walking dogs or visiting with cats, how do you like to spend your time?
I spend most of free time writing and traveling.

What is your favorite thing about being a dog walker with Chicago Pet Sitters?
It allows me to spend time with your wonderful pets.

What is one of the oddest thing you find yourself saying to the dogs you walk?
Usually, ‘I love you’ or ‘You’re the best dog ever’.

What is your best quality as a dog walker?
I treat the dogs with the same care I would my own pet.

What is something you strive to accomplish while with your dog clients?
I try to make them feel loved.

What has been your proudest moment working with Chicago Pet Sitters?
I’m really just proud to be able to make a difference in the lives of these animals everyday and make sure they’re cared for.

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