Automated Water Bowl, like this one found at Petco, help you to keep your dog hydrated all day without constantly worrying about refilling their bowl - saving you time and sparing you a thirsty pooch.3. Meal Prep If you don’t like the idea of an automated feeder, setting aside portions of your dog’s food will help you pour and go! The easiest way is to set aside servings of your dog’s food in Ziplock bags on Sunday for the whole week, storing them somewhere close to your dog’s feeding area. 4. Create A Walking Schedule Setting up scheduled times for your dog to eat and walk each day will help their body develop a routine and help you have a more efficient walk. 5. Dual Action Leashes Leashes with attached poo bags can ensure you never have to rush around searching for walk essentials before heading out and will keep you prepared for when nature calls to your pooch. 6. Create a Dog Walking Station Create a dog walking station to keep things organized and handy! Essential items may be treats, leashes, harnesses, and a dog towel in case of inclimate weather. There’s nothing worse than chasing a wet dog through a clean house or attempting to get those muddy paw prints off your pants before your morning commute without a wipe or towel. 7. Hook Up Your Leash If your place is tight on space, putting a simple hook near the door can help make sure you never lose that trusty leash again. 8. Set Aside Special Toys Does your dog wake up dying to play? Put aside a few special toys you only let them use each morning. Your dog will be super excited and hopefully give you just a few extra minutes to blow-dry your hair before ruvingly attacking you for affection again. 9. Pet Service Finder Need to find a dog service in your area? Search smart and find a dog walker or vet right from your phone. The app provides contact information for groomers, vets, dog walkers, sitters, and dog parks in your area. Best of all it’s free! 10. Weekend Workouts Incorporating your dog into your workout routine could save you both time and money. Instead of paying for a costly gym membership and rushing back home to walk your dog, pick an activity such as hiking or running and bring your dog along. You’ll get a workout and be taking care of his walk at the same time. 11. Give Your Dog a Bath Skip the groomer this weekend and give your dog a quick wash while you garden, wash the car, or enjoy some time in the sun. 12. Schedule your walks from the comfort of your phone. Many locally-owned dog walking companies use software, like Scout, to make scheduling a piece of cake. In addition, Scout's app makes it easy to manage your pet's information, get updates, see photos from your visit and much more! 13. Sign Up For BarkBox Don’t have as much time to spoil your pup as you'd like? Let us do it for you! A monthly subscription to BarkBox makes it easier for you to give your dog the latest and greatest treats and toys. You’ll get the same tail-wagging, face-licking thank you without the hassle of shopping.