Dog Walker County: Hertfordshire

Dog Walker Towns/Villages: , ,

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

Contact: Mandy Pitts

Phone: 07733317003



We are a Letchworth based, family run, dog walking and animal care service available to cater for all your four-legged friends needs. Situated right next to Pix Brook meadows, and across the road from Norton Common, we are an ideal location to provide safe, enjoyable walks for your dogs.

You can be assured that your pet will receive the best possible care – we treat each and every pet as if it is one of our own. We will go above and beyond to cater for any specific requirements that you or your pet may need – so if you require a service not listed, please do not hesitate to enquire, it may well be a possibility.

Company owner Mandy has had pets all her life; from horses to hamsters and so is well experienced when it comes to caring and looking after pets. Mandy is fully CRB checked, and has successfully completed ProTraining’s Dog Care course.

Dog walker and animal carer Hollie has just graduated from Cambridge University with a degree in Zoology & Animal Behaviour. She is halfway through a 6 year veterinary medicine course which will be resumed in 2018.

Part-time dog walker and animal carer Millie has a BTEC extended diploma in Animal Management.

Dog Walker County: Hertfordshire
Dog Walker Towns/Villages: Letchworth, Baldock, Stotfold
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