Doggie Dreams is a local dog walking and small pet service. We focus purely on solo walks, so your dog has a full love, care and attention on every walk. We cater for all dog breeds. Our other pet services include pet sitting and your home, puppy visits, cats and kittens visit. Also we care for all other family pets from, rabbits, hamsters, fish, birds and reptiles. All our clients pets are treated as if they were their own. The Animals needs and requirements are always met as we are such animal lovers and enjoys seeing the family pets being as relaxed and happy.
Dog Walker County: Surrey
Dog Walker Towns/Villages: Worcester Park, Cheam, Epsom, Ewell, Banstead, Tadworth, Burgh Heath, Kingswood
@DunRoamin_Dogs We welcome Sky who is our 16 month old #German Shepard #GSH to http://www.Dun-Roamin.com Beauty!! http://www.dun-roamin.com/our-dogs.html We welcome Sky who is our 16 month old #German Shepard #GSH to http://t.co/hLi6UePuN6 Beauty!! pic.twitter.com/mFcK9EwP8B — Dun-Roamin' Dogs (@DunRoamin_Dogs) September 17, 2015 […]
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(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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Dog walker 'must-haves':
Dog doo bags - buy in bulk to save lots of money on bags
Spare dog leads - good quality strong leads are a must
A pet first aid kit - be prepared in case of emergencies and put your clients minds at ease
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