There is a dog walk, and then there is a Doggies Day Out dog walk!
Unlike many other dog walking businesses we can collect your dog / dogs and take them out into the countryside for a genuine walking adventure before dropping them back home. No parks, no on lead walk around the block! Group socialisation is mentally stimulating for your dog, and as we walk with groups of no more than 6 you can be assured that your dog will come home tired, happy and content. All walks are varied, taking in the beauty of the surrounding countryside in remote locations geared towards giving your dog the freedom to enjoy the open space, run around and have fun with their new friends with minimal disruption from other unknown dogs.
We can provide full one hour or half hour walks to suit your needs, excluding travel time and collection / delivery.
We may be able to offer various times throughout the day however please note that the lunchtime slot on weekdays is generally in high demand. A lunch time walk will consist of a pick up between 11am and 2.30pm. We will do our best to meet your time requirements however other dogs locations, travel time, number of dogs to be walked, road conditions and factors out of our control may alter pick up times and therefore we are unable to give exact timings.
We use modified vehicles fitted with secure cages to ensure maximum safety and comfort for your dog. We may also use private vehicles which are fitted with suitable safety devices to meet your dogs needs. You are of course welcome to view our vehicles prior to starting services should you wish.
Come rain, snow or shine your dog will be walked and returned tired and happy. Once back home we can provide fresh water and any food or treats as required. As a special touch we also supply you with your very own Doggies Day Out diary so you can read all about the adventures your dog has whilst out on our fantastic walks.
Our dog walking services are recommended by local dog trainers / behaviourists as they provide the ideal environment for your dog to socialise whilst being safe, a well exercised dog is a happy dog.