I will collect your dog, walk him/her for an hour and then return them home happy and ready for a sleep! I will clean their paws, check their water, feed them and even close your curtains and leave a lamp on if you wish. I vary the places we go to but I only choose safe open environments where the dogs can play freely, such as large parks, woodland and countryside. I will provide a notebook as a daily diary for you and upload photographs or videos online so you feel part of your dog’s day.
The first, and perhaps most vital, part of my work starts with a home visit. I will come to your house to meet you and your dog(s) so that we can all get to know each other. Each dog is like a child with its own personality, preferences and life style. I will build an individual profile on your dog so that I know him/her as well as I know my own. I can reinforce your training, which commands you use, their favourite treats or toys they enjoy playing with. We will also discuss any relevant health and dietary information and then work out a dog-walking plan which best suits your needs too. I will then provide an agreement which we will both sign.
All my dog-walking clients get a free pet tag for their collar for extra piece of mind and safety.
Some dogs are happier being walked on their own. This might be as a follow on from puppy care (please see my puppy visit page) before they are old enough to join a group walk or if they are reaching their golden years and require a more leisurely pace. Or perhaps they are less tolerant of other dogs and prefer a little more personal space!
If your dog enjoys the company of others group walks are the choice for you. They offer the brilliant opportunity for your dog to make friends and socialise. Whether they are on or off the lead, it builds their confidence and is lots of fun! In line with Leeds City Council
regulations I only walk up to 6 dogs at a time.
Dogs 9 months and over must be castrated or spayed to be eligible for group walks.
Alwoodley, Chapel Allerton, Gledhow, Moortown, Oakwood and Roundhay.
Roundhay Park, Meanwood Park and The Hollies, Adel Woods, Golden Acre Park, Gledhow Woods, Temple Newsam Park, Otley Chevin, Adel Bedquilts Rec, Hetchell Woods, Redhall Playing Fields and Eccup Reservoir.
Rather than come home to an empty fridge I can have fresh milk and bread waiting for you. Just leave me a shopping list and the goods will be there on your arrival; no excuse for that take-away now!