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Welcome to Nanda's Walking Paws LLC Dog Grooming

Based in Brandon, Florida

Nanda's Walking Paws was created in 2011 & offers our fellow four legged friends and their owners dog walking, petsitting & basic grooming.

For those who want their dog's grooming experience to be more than just a regular hair cut.

At Nanda's Walking Paws, we offer your pup a unique spa experience. Groomings are by appointment only preventing stress, making an exciting experience as soothing and fun as possible. To make an appointment simply contact Nanda - (certified pet groomer & hygienist)

Fill out a Service Inquiry Form

Give Nanda a call - 813-438-5188

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Dog Grooming

Grooming Services

Nanda's Grooming Policy

Clipping your dogs nails can be a tricky, stressful and sometimes dangerous job. Dogs require lots of attention and should be kept groomed in order to prevent matting, funky smells, or even skin infections. However, sometimes due to every day life pet owners can't always keep up on their pet(s) grooming as much as they would like to.

So don't stress, call


Nanda's Walking Paws reserves the right to refuse service to any unhealthy, unruly or aggressive pets. Prices are subject to temperament, breed, weight, and condition of fur. Further, we will not allow pets that appear to be sick or are infested with fleas, ticks or other parasites. For more information or to book an appointment, contact Nanda by email or call (813)438-5188.

Nanda's Walking Paws will notify owner within 15 minutes of completing service. Due to groomings being by appointment, owners are required to pick up their pups within 20min of service rendered or a $10.00 fee will be applied.

Sani-Trim Package

Sanitary Trim, Bath & Ears

  • Toy
  • Small
  • Medium

Blow dry not included

A la Carte Services
  • Baths
    Flea baths are $15 more
  • Nail Clipping
  • Nail Dremel
  • Nail painting
  • Teeth Brush

Don't have a tooth brush? Ask Nanda how you can get one!!!

Make-Over Package

Dogs 0 - 10lbs

Dogs 11 - 25lbs

Dogs 26 - 49lbs

Dogs 50lbs +

Nail trims are included with a full groom purchase


How to Give Over-the-Counter Medication to a Dog

Learn Dose Info and What Human Medications Are Safe For Dogs

Nov 25, 2008 Mia Carter

Many "human" medications can be given to a dog who's sick, but most dog owners don't know which over-the-counter medications are safe for dogs and what medication doses should be given to a dog.

"It's vital that you consult your dog's veterinarian before giving any over-the-counter medication to your pet. Some medications like Ibuprofen and Tylenol® are deadly to dogs. Other human medications will interact with any other medication that the dog is taking. And a few over-the-counter medications cannot be taken by dogs with particular medical conditions. It's really important to clear it with your veterinarian before trying to give medication to a dog," explained Dr. Michael Levine, DVM.

There are many over-the-counter medications that can be safely given to dogs in most cases. These medications should always be included in Pet First Aid Kits in the home.

The following is an overview of what medications are safe for dogs, along with dosing information that specifies how much medication should be given to a dog at each dosing. Common medication side effects for dogs are also noted, along with other medication cautions.

  • ASPIRIN® Dosage and Side Effects for Dogs

ASPIRIN® (acetylsalicylic acid or ASA) is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) with pain-relieving properties. ASPIRIN® can be safely given to dogs on an one-time basis or long-term for moderate pain and inflammation.

The dosage for ASPIRIN® in dogs is 10mg for each 1 pound of body weight; it should be given every 12 hours for no more than 3-5days. ASPIRIN® should be given with food, as even buffered forms of the drug can cause stomach upset and vomiting in dogs.

ASPIRIN® should never be given to a dog who is experiencing bleeding or bruising. Dogs who have undergone surgery or dogs who have a flesh wound should never be given acetylsalicylic acid because it thins the blood, resulting in uncontrolled bleeding.

In dogs, ASPIRIN® side effects can include vomiting, loss of appetite, stomach ulcers, diarrhea and kidney and liver problems.

While ASPIRIN® is a safe pain reliever for dogs, Tylenol® and Ibuprofen are two drugs that should never be given to a dog.

Tylenol® and Ibuprofen are deadly to both cats and dogs.

In addition, acetylsalicylic acid is deadly to cats and should never be given to felines.

  • Benadryl® Dosage and Side Effects For Dogs

Benadryl® (diphenhydramine) is an anti-histamine medication that's given to dogs to treat allergic reactions that include itching and swelling.

The most common Benadryl® dosage for dogs is 1 mg per each 1 pound of body weight, therefore a 20-pound dog would receive a 20 mg dose of Benadryl®; it should given every 12 hours.

In dogs, the most common Benadryl® side effect is drowsiness.

  • Pepto Bismol® Dosage and Side Effects for Dogs

Pepto Bismol® is a safe medication for dogs who are suffering from vomiting and diarrhea.

The Pepto Bismol∞ dosage for dogs is 1 teaspoon for every 20 pounds of body weight, given every 4 to 6 hours.

The most common side effect of Pepto Bismol® in dogs is a dark, black colored stool. In a few cases, Pepto Bismol may be ineffective for dogs who are not tolerant of silicates.

Pepto Bismol® is toxic to felines and therefore, this OTC drug should never be given to cats.

A similar drug called Loperamide (sold under names like Immodium®) is safe for both dogs and cats with diarrhea. Immodium® can be given to dogs and cats at a dosage of 1 teaspoon for every 20 pounds of body weight, given every 4 to 6 hours.

A Few Cautions on Giving OTC Medications to Dogs

Dr. Levine reminds dog owners that a veterinarian should always be consulted before giving a medication to a dog, cat or other pet. "Just because a medication is generally safe for dogs, this doesn't mean it's safe for your dog. Drug interactions, drug allergies and health conditions can all cause a dog to have a bad reaction to an over-the-counter medication."

In addition, pet owners should also remember that while some "human medications" are safe for dogs, this does not mean that these same medications are safe for cats. An example: ASPIRIN® and Pepto Bismol® are two OTC medications that are generally safe for dogs, but Pepto Bismol®, ASPIRIN® and other pain relievers can be toxic to cats.

Pet owners should also remember that Tylenol® and Ibuprofen are toxic to both dogs and cats.

Read How to Give Medication to a Pet for more tips on how to give medication to a dog. Or check out How to Buy a Pet's Medication Online for more information on discount pet medication websites and online pet pharmacies.

© 2008 Mia Carter


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The Value of Dog Walks

A tired dog is a well-behaved dog, however when you come home tired and just want to relax, your pup who has been relaxing all day, is now ready to jump, run and play! Ideally adult dogs should be allowed outside to relieve themselves at least 3-5 times a day. Through regular walking, many behavior issues can begin to be resolved -- after a walk, your dog is in a calm state of mind and is more receptive to training & behavior corrections.


Call Nanda's Walking Paws & treat your dog to a dog walk!

813-438-5188 or fill out one of Nanda's Service Inquiry Forms and someone will call you back within 24 - 48hrs.

Drop-in visits

... are only offered to certain areas - Each Drop-in lasts 10 - 15 minutes, during which, potty time and lots of love are given. Payments must be made prior to any service.

Dog Walking Policy


Single drop-in - $15

Drop-in Packages
Package Drop-ins are not valid Nights, Weekends, Holidays, or with any other offers.

5 Drop-ins - $65

10 Drop-ins - $120

Schedule your Meet & Greet today!

Mid-Day Dog Walks

... ... are offered to dogs any dog who live within Nanda's Walking paws radius - walks lare 30 minutes long, giving your pooch plenty of time to potty, stretch out their paws & breath some fresh air while you're gone. Payments must be made prior to any service. ($1 extra for 2nd dog per walk, $2 extra for 3rd dog per walk)

Dog Walks

Single Walks

Dog Walk Packages
Package Walks are not valid on Holidays or with any other offers & must be used within 60 days of purchase. Add $1 more per extra dog per visit up to 3 dogs.

5 Walks

10 Walks

15 Walks

20 Walks