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61 Southwood Avenue,Bristol BS9 2QN,Coombe Dingle


Business Details

A certified, fully insured and pet first aid trained dog walker and pet sitter in BS9 Bristol area.

My name is Bea and I'm a Certified, Fully Insured and Pet First Aid trained dog walker and pet sitter in Bristol, BS9 and surrounding areas. I'm very passionate about animals and I believe they should be treated as part of a family, with all the attention and care they deserve! Therefore it is my priority to ensure they feel safe and well cared for, whilst their owners feel relaxed knowing they are in the best hands! I specialise in: Solo Dog Walking Which is perfect for puppies, senior dogs or those who just prefer all the attention and care for themselves. This allows me to focus on personalised basic training and reassurance for those dogs who are a little bit nervous around others. I do not walk with groups apart from additional pets from the same household. Pet sitting / Overnight Care When owners are away and would like someone trusted to pop in for a visit twice a day or stay overnight with their beloved pet in the comfort of their own home, with extra house security thrown in. Feeding, clearing litter trays and playing and if requested some basic training is included. Check-ins Perfect for animals that need more regular potty breaks, feeding or have their medication.
Service Provider
61 Southwood Avenue,Bristol BS9 2QN,Coombe Dingle
Opening hours
Open by appointment
I'm open throughout the whole week, including the weekend. However, my working hours are based on the times I'm booked for the appointments for my clients. I am available on Public and Bank Holidays although an advanced booking is necessary.

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