Dog Walking Adventures
One hour in duration, this is not a stroll though the concrete jungle, it’s a stimulating adventure. On a group walk, your dog will visit a park or field with 3 other dogs. On a group walk we never miss an opportunity to work with the dogs by reinforcing good recall and good manners. Only socialized, dog-friendly dogs are taken on group walks. Until we’re confident in your dog’s recall, he/she will only be walked on-lead.
Additional dogs are charged at £5.
This service is for people with puppies who are too young to “hold it” and too young for walks. With very young pups, two visits/day is recommended for those who work the usual nine-to-five. The first visit is a quick potty break and lunch, and the second visit is usually a bit longer and includes a potty break, some playtime, and a short walk. On every visit we will work on positive training, update you with details (we know that you want to know if your puppy peed/pooped), and clean out crates and change bedding if any accidents have occurred.
After a few months, you may then want to consider your puppy joining the group walk.
Walk & Train
Training Walks are 30 minute training sessions.
This is for any dog who for whatever reason can’t be in a group walk or needs a little training time.
This can help with
- Reactions to other people/dogs
- Hyperactivity before the walk
These walks can also benefit puppies or new rescues or dogs that have moved from a quieter setting.
It should be noted that although I can lay good foundations with your dog, the continued success of how your dog progresses will be down to your relationship with him/her. You may want to also consider a home consultation Talking Paws Consultations
A full report will be sent to you after each session.
We all like to know what our dogs get up to when we’re not there, so when we’ve been for a lovely walk, you will get a Daily Pet Diary emailed to you while you’re at work, it will be written from your dogs’ perspective and is a great way of keeping you in the loop with your dog’s behaviour.Read our Pet Diaries