To design a product for dog walking service, I would start by researching the needs and pain points of both dog owners and dog walkers. This would involve conducting user interviews, surveys, and market research to understand the current state of the market and identify areas for improvement. Based on this research, I would identify key features and requirements for the product. This would likely include a user-friendly interface for scheduling and managing dog walks, as well as features to ensure the safety and well-being of the dogs and walkers. This could include features such as real-time tracking of walks, communication tools for dog owners and walkers, and safety alerts for emergencies. In addition to these core features, I would explore opportunities to differentiate the product and create value for users. This could involve partnering with local pet stores or veterinarians to offer discounts or special promotions to users, or leveraging social media to build a community of dog owners and walkers. Throughout the development process, I would work closely with a cross-functional team of designers, engineers, and stakeholders to ensure that the product meets the needs of both users and the business. This would involve conducting user testing and iterating on the product based on feedback, as well as staying up-to-date on industry trends and best practices. Overall, my goal would be to create a product that simplifies the process of scheduling and managing dog walks, while also providing a safe and enjoyable experience for both dogs and walkers.