Professional dog walking and dog home boarding in Worcester 
Letting your dog play whilst you're away

THE DOGFATHER WORCESTER
(Licence Number: 18/02884/ANIBOA)

About Me
  1. Romanian Rescue Dog
    Scrappy Doo
  2. Spanish Rescue Dog
    Ozzy
  3. Tripaw Rescue Dog
    Peg
  4. Dog Wheelchair
    Spooky Boo
  5. Tania Morris with Rescue Dogs
    The wife!
  6. Eddy Morris caring for rescue dog Spooky
    Me
I'm Eddy Morris a professional dog walker in Worcester and a dog father to four rescue dogs with special needs.  You can meet my family below. The business is supported by my wife Tania.  As well as a dog owners, we are actively involved in animal welfare, dog rescue and finding solutions for those dogs who need some help.
 
I am fully insured with PetPlan Sanctuary to provide dog home boarding and dog walking.  I also hold a DBS/ (CRB) check (a copy is of course available on request).   Myself and Tania also hold Canine First Aid certificates and I have recently undetaken courses on Dog Law and Dog Behaviour and Training, to keep my knowledge fresh and updated.

I guarantee professional and reliable dog home boarding services and dog and puppy walking in Worcester offering great value for money.  I prefer to spend quality time with your dog on its walk and giving your dog individual attention,  reinforcing any training  and help with maintaining this.  You can be confident that your dog has daily exercise, fun and most importantly is safe and happy whilst you are away. Text updates are available during the day for that extra peace of mind together with our dog walking diary, recording any observations during my visits.  I do not collect a multiple number of dogs to let them off to run.  I walk dogs on lead, in a controlled manner, teaching and reinforcing lead walking and having lots of fun on the way.  I use a selection of long lines for running and playtime.

We've been dog owners for over 30 years, owning and walking the good, the naughty (there's never a bad) and the ugly (ok, so actually very cute).  In fact as time goes on, we've looked to rescue dogs that have specific issues or might be classed as 'difficult'.  We get an enormous satisfaction in building trust with dogs and encouraging them forward.   Dog rescue and animal welfare now forms a huge part of mine and Tania's lives and we were delighted to have fostered for Evesham Greyhound & Lurcher Rescue.
 
Our latest rescue is Sally and we are currently undergoing a nationwide appeal to help us build a set of prosthetic legs to assist her walking.  She was a severe cruelty case from Tunisia having been shot in both legs and head and also receiving factures to both front legs.  See more at Prosthetics for Sally. ​​

Highlights have been teaching sign language to my deaf rescue Spooky Boo and now rehabilitating her with my wife Tania, to walk again following a fall and a severe spinal injury.  Also finally getting Ozzy to come out from under the bed (he was there for 3 months popping out when no-one was looking) to becoming a fun loving dog with a huge personality.
 
I am now studying my Dog Behaviour Diploma.  As I have a background in the 'human' care profession (where I dealt with the elderly and those with challenging behaviours), this has helped me to adjust my thinking to our four legged friends.

Tania works with Four Paws Animal Rescue (South Wales) as part of their fostering team and is also a homechecker acting on behalf of several dog rescue charities.  She provides advice for first time adopters on behaviour (especially the initial settling in period) and has a particular interest in street dogs.  She is also a photographer and offers pro bona photography services for dog rescue charities to assist dog adoption in the Worcester area.  She is also a fundraiser for animal rescue organisations, raising over £4,000 in the last two years.  If you are a local Dog Rescue Charity based in Worcestershire please get in touch if we can help photograph your dogs for adoption, on a pro bono basis, subject to availability.
In the news ... raising awareness ​for dogs with disabilities

Peg's story (as reported in the Worcester News) can be found here