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The Riggs,Brandon DH7 8PQ,England


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Providing personalised, stress free walks to your dogs, no matter their needs or requirements. Get in touch to arrange a walk or to create a personal plan for your dog should they need extra care.

We have two professional walkers based in different areas of County Durham allowing us to walk dogs in many County Durham villages and towns. One of our walkers, Rhys, lives in Brandon and therefore can walk dogs in Brandon and the surrounding villages as well as Durham City itself. Our other walker, Emily, lives in Wearhead and therefore can walk dogs in almost every Weardale village. Both walkers have experience with dogs of many different behaviours with many different needs and requirements, this gives them the knowledge and ability to deal with dogs that may need a little bit extra time, space etc. Our walkers have 6 dogs between them and are extremely passionate about dogs, their welfare and happiness, thanks to their deep love for dogs - and all animals - you can guarantee that your dog will be treat with the same level of love, respect and protection that their own dogs are treat with. If you would like to have a chat with one of our walkers or would like to book a walk with us please get in touch via the website or our Facebook page - Durham Dog Walks. Thank you for reading, we hope to hear from you!
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The Riggs,Brandon DH7 8PQ,England

 EMILY - Front Street,Wearhead DL13 1BD,County Durham     07393114342

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The Riggs,Brandon DH7 8PQ,England

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Rhys Evans
Emily Cole

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