I understand the concern of busy professionals and families, when it comes to having to leave your dog at home either to go to work or just go out and do those family things during the day.
Having your dog walked during the day is not only good for the dog. It can also give you relief from the guilt you sometimes feel, having to leave your dog on its own.
Knowing all is well at home during the day, will give you piece of mind, especially when the dog walker is qualified to walk your dog and has years of dog training experience.
Owners who work long hours are less likely to have a well exercised dog, which means you are more likely to come home to a dog who is hyper and desperate for exercise and attention and possibly a house that has suffered the destruction of a bored and lonely dog. A tired dog is much more enjoyable to live with.
Mental stimualation and environmental enrichment is one of your dog's primary needs. Daily nourishment assists brain growth and is a necessary part of a dog's development in becoming well balanced and socially confident. I use differant ways to keep your dog's mind stimulated when out for a walk.
I look after my customers and their furry friends as they are my best ambassadors, just check out my reiews.
I cover Solihull, Olton, Lyndon, Hall Green, Acocks Green and Shirley.
I also offer a pop in pet feeding service.
Our promise to you
We will walk no more than four dogs at any one time.
We will carry a First Aid Kit designed for dogs.
We will be aware and responsible for other land use -IE keeping your dog away from livestock and Bird habitat areas
We will always have pet business insurance.
We will always clear up any dog fouling.
While your dog is in our care, I now have access to a vet advice line where a team of veterinary nurses is available 24 hrs a day, every day of the year. This is a good safeguard should your dog have a problem.
All of our equipment is changed every twelve months for the safety of your dogs.
Call Me on 07926 517389 or 0747 3834131or email: firstname.lastname@example.org