Would your dog enjoy the freedom of a weekday walk in our meadow near Bloxham, in a securely fenced and private field? They will be able to run, play or just mooch around with other sociable dogs including Bailey, my Goldie, obviously the most gorgeous dog in the world!Any information you can give me about your dog is valuable as it will help me to get to know him or her. All new dogs will be kept on a flexilead until they are familiar with their new surroundings and will be gradually introduced to other dogs, taking the right amount of time for them. As dogs (like us) are all individuals, some are more outgoing than others – we are not all party animals! It’s good to know if your dog likes to play, if they like a ball on a rope, a frisbee, whatever! Let me know and I will do my best to make it fun and aim to take your dog home pleasantly relaxed and suitably tired!
I will always try to tailor my service to fit in with you and your dog.
I collect and return dogs from their home in my vehicle which has separate cages for safe, stress free transport. The field is securely fenced and completely private, lots of lovely space. Paradise for any dog to play and make friends. Its paradise for me too!
I look forward to hearing from you and meeting your 4 pawed companion.
Heather- Field Of Paws
Dog Walker County: Oxfordshire
Dog Walker Towns/Villages: Banbury, Bloxham, Hook Norton
(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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