Wimbledon Waggy Tails

Dog Walker County: Surrey

Dog Walker Towns/Villages: ,

Services available: Dog Walking, Dog Boarding/Sitting, Doggy Daycare

Contact: Siobhan Lavelle

Phone: 07960615707

Email:

It’s hard to put into words how much I care for dogs. I have experience in caring for them on a daily basis as part of my job and understand the importance of providing a safe, fun and reliable service in the pet care industry. I live in a spacious house in Raynes Park with a practical and secure garden (with plenty of grass for happy paws), which is a two-minute walk from acres of safe playing fields (Canon Hill Common) to guarantee the best possible run-around for our canine friends. Myself and my partner spend much of our time walking and playing with our dog and can offer a fun, safe and caring environment. I like to offer regular photo and video updates of your dog to ensure you know that they are having a happy stay 🙂
I have a one year old Cavalier Spaniel called Bobby who is socialised and friendly and always looking for new playmates. Currently, I am able to offer day care and boarding on a week day basis with the option for me to collect and drop off your doggy within reasonable distance. Please message me if there are any questions I can answer.
Dog Walker County: Surrey
Dog Walker Towns/Villages: South London, Wimbledon and North Surrey
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