FAQs

What treats do you use?

Dried sprats as they are nutritious, containing quality protein and omega-3 which is beneficial for a healthy coat.  Additionally, they are additive, colorant, preservative and gluten free.  As part of the initial consultation I will ask if and what treats your dog is allowed.

 

Would you willing to give medication?

Yes, I would be willing to give medication provided a consent form is completed in person so that I can ensure the correct administration.  Additionally a record will be kept by myself of any medications administered, date, time, dose and any other important details.

 

Do you do off lead walks?

Yes if requested, after a period of familiarisation (up to 2 weeks lead walking).

 

What happens if it’s raining?

The show goes on! All dogs will be towel dried on return.

 

How many dogs in a group walk?

Typically 2-3, maximum of 4.

 

My dog is old and slow?

I already walk two older dogs (one of which is mine) and we have a slow amble through the local park.

 

Do you do dog sitting?

This is a service I am aiming to provide very soon… watch this space!

 

Do you work evenings?

My routine dog walking hours are between 8am – 6pm, however I can do evening lets outs if you are going to be late home or get held up unexpectedly.

 

Does my dog need to be vaccinated?

Yes, I require a vaccination certificate from your veterinary surgery. I also ask to ensure your dog is wormed/flea treated as necessary.

 

My dog is in season?

Sorry I don’t walk bitches in season because I cannot guarantee that there will not be other dogs off lead in the vicinity. I do offer a let out service though.

 

Are you insured?

Yes I have full liability/care insurance (details supplied upon consultation)

 

What will my dog be collected in?

In a truck that has a vented/crated rear section.  The crates are lined with washable pet bedding and water is provided.

 

Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any further questions. 

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