While Jake and Grandpa are training, Fu Dog gets a letter about tickets to a big game. Grandpa says he can go, but cannot attract attention to himself. Fu "walks himself," but a dog catcher decides to catch him. However, she misses him on the first try, and when she tries again she accidentally catches an old lady, who begins hitting her. Fu Dog attempts to hide in the train station, where the dog catcher can't catch him because she doesn't have a ticket.
In the shop, Grandpa declares that Fu Dog was in trouble, and Jake wonders if he learned that through meditation. Grandpa replies, "No. It's been an hour since last he was in trouble and I figure that he's about due."
In the train station, the dog catcher manages to catch Fu Dog, taking him to an abandoned factory where she is trying to turn him into a cure for her allergies. Jake and Grandpa arrive just in time, and just after Fu Dog says, "I could use a dragon by now.", Jake makes Fu Dog fall, prompting Fu to say, "I take it back! I don't want a dragon!" Fu Dog leaves the dog catcher behind and takes the other captured dogs to find new homes with magical creatures.
- The title is a parody of the Passion Pit song "Take a Walk".
- Spud and Trixie Carter do not appear in this episode.
- A flashback of "Daytrip of Doom!" is revealed.