Armadillo Pets

Dog walker in: Surrey | , , , , , , ,

  • One dog walks
  • Care for other animals (e.g. cat visits)

Based in Rowledge, Armadillo Pets offers professional pet sitting and dog walking to those across the Farnham area. With many years in animal care (domestic, exotic and livestock), Armadillo Pets seeks high standards in their pet care duties. They offer dog walking including puppy visits and senior dog visits, pet sitting in your home, home-from-home boarding, and a pet taxi, and specialise in small domestic pets and exotics, however they also care for small-holdings.

Armadillo Pets is run by it’s founder who is qualified in pet first aid, as well as having both a BSc and an MSc in animal-related studies. She has pets of her own, and throughout her life has cared for a wide range, both as pets and through long-term volunteering, including experience with domestic animals (dogs, hamsters, etc),
exotics (pygmy hedgehogs, primates, etc) and small-holder livestock (chickens, goats, etc). Armadillo Pets is also professionally insured and CRB checked for the well-being of your pets, the security of your house, and the safety of your keys.

Armadillo Pets has a steadily expanding customer base, situated in and around Farnham. They offer dog walking on a daily, bi-weekly, weekly, or ad hoc basis as required, and offer short term or long term pet sitting and boarding depending on their customer’s needs.

Armadillo Pets offers a variety of dog walking and pet sitting services to people in the Farnham area, which can be customised to the routine of any pet. With the use of social media and contact details, Armadillo Pets keeps their clients appraised of pet activities during the day via text message, email, glympse or twitter, including photographs for dog walks, allowing clients to have peace of mind while they are away from their pets.

Armadillo Pets is affiliated with the pet sitting trade association NarpsUK, as well as being a member of the National Fancy Rat Society (NFRS), the British Exotic Mammal Association (BEMA), the Rabbit Welfare Association (RWAF), and the Southern Hamster Club.