New Crofton, England

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So what makes me different from other dog walkers? Size, first of all. I only walk small-to-medium-sized dogs in groups. I love bigger dogs, but I know that small dog owners often want their pooch walked around other little monsters. Wheels, too. I transport the dogs securely in my car. This way I can keep a close eye on them as they look out of the window, the breeze running through their fur with their pals in tow. No cages, no dogs locked in a van. What experience do I have? From the age of 10 I worked at a local riding stables for six years and walked A LOT of dogs; from rottweilers and alsatians to staffordshire bull terriers. I also used to adopt rescue dogs before they went to their forever homes. Adopt don't shop! Where do I walk? I live in Shakey Wakey and cover Crofton, Walton and the surrounding areas. Can't wait to get to know you and your Paw Legged Friends!
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Dog visits
Dog visits

Perhaps you have an elderly dog and have to leave them for long periods whilst you are at…

Cat home visit
Cat home visit

I am here to take care of your purry friend's needs. Bella needs a belly rub whilst you're…


1-2-1 training walks are suitable for dogs who require that extra bit of attention and TLC.…

Dog Walking Group Walk
Dog Walking Group Walk

Group walks are perfect for dogs that are well-socialised and know how to behave around…

Puppy Care & Socialisation
Puppy Care & Socialisation

Don't have time to train your dog? Worried about safe socialisation? These sessions are…


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