Dog Walking 

I offer a free, initial home visit to meet you and your dog and to answer any questions
  • I never walk a large group of dogs (a maximum of 3 dogs at any one time) as I prefer to give each dog individual attention.  I prefer to spend quality time interacting with your dog on their walk and reinforcing training methods.

  • All dogs are lead walked.  I don't collect dogs to let them off in a field.  Firstly this is a safety aspect, but this enables me to spend quality time to reinforce training and assist dogs with their lead walking.  Long lines are used for running and playtime. 

  • For puppies, I will get them used to the feel of a lead and introduce them gently to lead walking - having a lot of fun on the way.

  • As well as having fun and exercise, your dog's safety is paramount.  All dogs will be assessed to their nature and temperament  before any group walking.

  • If your dog or puppy has a favourite toy, then it can go too as I want your dog to be happy and relaxed.

  • After each walk paws will be checked and cleaned, coats will be dried and fresh water provided.

  • If your dog is being trained then please let me know as this will be reinforced on their walk .  I always carry plenty of tasty treats!

  • I more than welcome rescue dogs, dogs with disabilities, blind, deaf or fearful dogs as these are the types of dogs that share our home and are a particular speciality.

  • A first aid kit is always carried on person and also in the car, so most eventualities can be catered for.  I have attended Canine First Aid courses.

  • Text updates are available if required and you will be given a dog diary, where I list any observations during my walks (and a handy way to leave me any messages for my next visit). 

  • A Key holding service is available at no extra charge.

I'm more than happy to provide help or advice on any dog related matters from my own experience, so feel free to ask.  It's no trouble at all.

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