petcare4paws

Dog Walker County: Lancashire

Dog Walker Towns/Villages: , , ,

Services available: Dog Walking, One Dog Walks, Group Walks, Dog Boarding/Sitting, Other Animals

Contact: Lucy Williams

Phone: 07800 981 487

Email:

Website: http://www.petcare4paws.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/petcare4paws

Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/petcare4paws

Qualified animal behaviourist and trainer with a lifetime’s experience and passion living and working with dogs.

BSc (Hons) degree in Animal Behaviour and Welfare from Bristol.

Frequently attend conferences and training courses to keep my knowledge fresh and up-to-date (see website for more details).

IMDT trained and a provisional member of the APBC which means, having gained the relevant academic qualifications, I am gaining the practical experience necessary for full membership.

Dog Walker County: Lancashire
Dog Walker Towns/Villages: Preston, Fulwood, Longridge, Grimsargh
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