Happy Pets Torquay

Dog Walker County: Devon

Dog Walker Towns/Villages: , , , , , , ,

Services available: One Dog Walks, Dog Boarding/Sitting

Contact: Helen Bonness

Phone: 01803 451005


Website: http://www.happypetstorquay.co.uk

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/happy.pets.007?fref=nf

My name is Helen, and like all dog walkers and pet sitters I have had a passion for animals since I was young. Starting with hamsters, gerbils and guinea pigs and continuing with cats, dogs and rabbits.

I have full public liability insurance, have taken a course on pet sitting and dog walking, police checked and will have taken a first aid course by the end of the year.

I was born in the bay and used to help out at Cockington Stables in my teenage years when Cockington still had the riding stable and barns.

My love for animals lead to me to work at Greenbay Veterinary Surgery in Chelston for nearly 5 years as the Receptionist.

I continue to work, voluntary, with cats at the Blue Cross Centre in Torquay. I’ve been doing this for the last 2 years.

I offer pet and house sitting services, please check out my website for more information or contact me via email or phone with any queries and I will get back to you as soon as I can.

Dog Walker County: Devon
Dog Walker Towns/Villages: Torquay, shiphay, chelston, cockington, livermead, preston, Torbay, kingskerswell
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