In Jerusalem

Puppy love

Professional dog walkers in the capital, with experience in canine training are offering more than convenience for busy pet owners

Roi Levy is seen with his clients in the Ramot woods.
Photo by: courtesy
Pearl, a rescued terrier mix, brought along some bad doggie habits when she moved to Jerusalem this year with her owners from the US. She jumped on people, charged out the front door whenever it opened, barked at other dogs and lunged at cats. She did not respond when her owners called her name.

But since they hired professional dog walker Roi Levy, Pearl is a perfect princess pooch – or at least a lot more well-behaved than she was before.

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