My name is Miranda and I offer Dog walking services in and around Bampton and Carterton ( within a 5 mile radius). Services available are regular daily walks, Military service cover, holiday cover, and one off bookings. Cat feeding is also available if required.
I prefer to walk dogs individually or together if from the same family, to ensure that the dogs get the attention they deserve. I work using the same commands that have been adopted by the family to avoid confusion to your pet. I would be happy to meet you and your pets prior to confirming any booking.
I am fully insured with Protectivity to cover your pet while in my care. References available.
Dog Walker County: Oxfordshire
Dog Walker Towns/Villages: Bampton, Carterton, Aston, Clanfield, Lew, Cote
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