We love dogs. That’s why we do what we do.

Here are some basic philosophies upon which Beast Masters operate.

Letting Dogs be Dogs

Though we understand the anthropomorphic value of owning a dog, we also understand the need for dogs to act like dogs every once in a while.

This city is a tight place, with plenty of other dogs around the corner. If your dog is not socialized properly, not only is it annoying, it is dangerous.

Without an understanding of dogs through psychology, behavioral biology, and experience; proper ‘leash etiquette’ cannot be achieved.

Beast Masters are never satiated in our ability to be smarter by learning through experience and research. It is essential to us to keep on top of the most up to date research and to understand more.

We strive to make a better life for you and your dog.

Why We Believe in Group Walks

There is stigma surrounding group walks. Some people think they are dangerous. Others think that the dogs don’t get enough attention.

But many dogs who are a part of group walks, tend to be noticeably happier, more socialized and well trained on the leash.

There is science behind letting them “pack” up together. When social animals, humans, and dogs, interact with one another; the chemical oxytocin is released. This is known as the “love hormone” because it calms as well as activating a stronger want to bond.

Group walks, when executed properly, can not only be safe but very rewarding as well.


Since this is a business dependent upon our walkers, we make sure to hire only the best.

We believe in creating a rich work environment in which quality is held above all.

What we expect out of our employees cannot be achieved if we’re ‘turning and burning’ employees.

We carefully select confident, competent, trustworthy people who plan on sticking around.

Beast Masters understand that this is not just a gig or simple job; it’s a way of life.

Creating the Right Fit

We understand that no two people have the same wants.

We also understand that no two dogs are alike.

If we are to uphold a high quality of service, we need to make sure that we have a strong relationship between owner, dog, and walker.

This is why we interview new clients as much as they interview us.

Though we try to accommodate where we can, we have a very specific way of doing things that we are proud of and unapologetic about.

Therefore if we don’t think we are a right fit, we will tell you so.