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Girl Friday Dog Services

Scarborough, England

Business Details

Girl Friday dog home boarding and dog walker in and around Scarborough. My name is Gaye. I am an experienced dog walker and I also offer a range of services to suit you – and your dog’s – needs. Each service can be tailored to your requirements and this would be fully discussed and agreed in advance. Regular or occasional walks offered. No more than four dogs per person are walked together at any time after being assessed as to their compatibility. I have been in business and working with dogs for over 10 years. I’m passionate about our furry friends and love taking them on a good country walk at every opportunity. Having owned dogs for many years, I understand that your dog is an important family member and so I strive to keep you updated and in-the know about how your dog’s day or week has been. I am fully DBS-checked, local authority licensed and insured.
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Price List

Dog Day Care
Dog Day Care

All day dog care following your dog’s usual feeding and exercise routines. Three walks…

£0.00
Dog Walking Group Walk
Dog Walking Group Walk

Regular or occasional dog walking. Dogs walked alone if preferred or with other dogs where…

£0.00
Dog Home Boarding
Dog Home Boarding

Dog boarding in my home or yours Lots of cuddles, a last walk before bed then settle down…

£0.00
Vet visits
Vet visits

Girl Friday Dog Services will pick up your dog should they need to visit the veterinary…

£0.00
Weekend and emergency care
Weekend and emergency care

Planning a weekend break to visit family or just have a break from the routine? Let Girl…

£0.00

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