I started Little Critters Dog Walking and Small Animal Boarding Services in 2011. Prior to starting my business I worked as a fully trained veterinary nurse and have 16 years experience caring for animals. I understand that your animals are much loved family members and treat them as my own! Over the past few years I have picked up many loyal customers and have now taken on a small number of staff all of whom share my passion for providing high quality care for your pets.
Our dog walks as standard include: a walk (length stipulated by you), a dry off on return home and clean drinking water.
In addition to this we will endeavour to cater for any special requirements your pet may have, with guidance from yourself and my knowledge of caring for many different species. This includes dosing with medications & treatments, dog training, animal O.A.P’s and youngsters.
I am fully insured, additional details can be found on my website. If you would like to hear more about either dog walking or our other services please call or email me using the details provided in this advert.
Dog Walker County: Cambridgeshire
Dog Walker Towns/Villages: Ely, Mepal, Witchford, Witcham, Little Thetford, Chettisham, Littleport, Sutton, Haddenham, Queen Adelaide, Stretham
(For more information on each dog click the photo or description. To discuss in more details or enquire about adoption you need to contact the rescue that is currently caring for the dog. This will be noted above and/or near the top of information page.)
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