dog boarding in aberdeenDog walking in Aberdeen

dog walking in aberdeenI offer dog walking in Aberdeen and the surrounding area. Usually, this is 1 hour, but shorter and longer walks are available on request.

No one likes being cooped up all day, least of all dogs.  A dog has a desire to socialise and play, and so needs plenty of mental and physical stimulation. My service is ideal if you work, need to go out for the day, or cannot walk your dog for any reason.

To enhance your dog's enjoyment, I like to vary the walks in local woodlands, local castle grounds, parks & along the River Dee.  At lunchtimes, Monday to Friday, I group walk a pack of up to 6 dogs.  They get along so well together & really enjoy each others company.  I also offer dog walking service, one to one with your dog to give my full attention and this helps me address any training issues your dog may have.  I will continue with lead training or sit stay fetch training, etc.

Your pet's security and welfare are paramount and your pet will be given lots of attention and be treated as though it's my own. I need my clients to complete a short questionnaire to provide vet details, microchip number(if known), emergency telephone number & highlight any issues with your dog.

dog boarding in aberdeenDog walking starts at £12 per hour.

Call now: 07786 372158

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Testimonial from Julie-Ann

02/08/2016

aberdeen pet services“Our gorgeous boy has visited Shona a few times and I couldn’t recommend her enough. Harvey is an excitable boy with lots of energy and we were worried he wouldn’t settle due to him being moved about a few times before we took him in.  Within minutes he was running about the beautiful garden Shona has created and eagerly wanting to play. When Harvey’s there I know he’s secure, well looked after and gets all the belly rubs he needs as well as some extra training.  He even gets to enjoy a swim in the nearby river.  Harvey always enjoys his stay and is looking forward to his next holiday.  Thanks Shona for making our boy feel welcome.”   Julie-Ann