Swifto combines old-school, personal dog walking values with cutting edge technology, delivering the optimal dog walking experience to New York City puppy parents everywhere. Our dedicated account managers and customer care team ensure that each pup is matched with their ideal dog walker and that your every dog walking need is met with excellence and that personal touch.

Swifto is an innovative and private, one-on-one dog walking service in NYC, offering features that provide verification for your walks including live GPS tracking, text notifications when each walk starts and ends, live alerts when your pup goes number two, a summary after each walk and photo updates along the way.

Our reliable and experienced dog walkers are insured and bonded, background checked and have all undergone a rigorous screening and hiring process. All walkers are Swifto trained and certified! A complimentary Meet & Greet is provided, allowing all of our customers with a regular schedule the opportunity to get to know their dog walker and develop a personal relationship with them. As an added convenience, you can schedule walks and pay online. Swifto is the number one trusted dog walking company in New York City, bringing personal and professional dog walking services to thousands of happy pups each day.

Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
Manhattan, US
Founded
2010
Size (employees)
18 (est)
Website
swifto.com
Swifto was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in Manhattan, US

Key People at Swifto

Penina First

Penina First

Founder
Ron Cohen

Ron Cohen

Server Side Developer

Swifto Office Locations

Swifto has an office in Manhattan
Manhattan, US (HQ)
349 5th Ave

Swifto Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2010

Total Funding

$2.5 m

Latest funding size

$2.5 m

Time since last funding

over 4 years

Investors

Swifto's latest funding round in April 2013 was reported to be $2.5 m. In total, Swifto has raised $2.5 m

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Swifto Online and Social Media Presence

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