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What kind of dog walker do you need?

We want to know all about your four-legged friend. Tell us their age, breed, temperament, any training they’ve had, and how much exercise they’ll require. That way we can find the best local dog walkers to match your needs. After all, we want to make sure your pup is in the best hands.

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With your search for a dog walker refined, we’ll compile a list of the best professionals for you. Once in touch, you can discuss specific quotes from individual dog walkers or ask questions to help you choose the best person for the job.

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With your quotes reviewed, you simply need to choose the best person to take your best friend out for a stroll. Bark helps you easily survey all the relevant dog walking services, including ratings and profiles so that you can be confident in your decision.

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Choosing a dog walker with Bark

Even the most devoted dog owners need help caring for their furry friends every once in a while. Life can be very busy and finding the time to walk your dog every day can be tough.! As much as we might want to, we can’t take our dogs with us everywhere we go. Work meetings, social events and even physical injuries are all common obstacles for dog owners. Use Bark to find experienced and trusted dog walkers who will look after your pup. They’ll provide them with plenty of TLC.

Additional services

Some walkers offer email updates informing you of any toys that may have been sniffed out along the way, as well as distance, time, and the temperament of your dog on that particular day. Others may update you face-to-face. Whatever service you choose via Bark, you can rest assured that your best friend will be taken care of. Tell us exactly what you and your dog need, and we’ll be sure to find the right walkers for you.

What to expect

Every pet has their own needs, and there are certified dog walkers eager to meet them and give you peace of mind. Depending on the professional that you choose, there are a number of different options available. For puppies, you may want choose a service that partners up with other dogs to help socialise them. Older dogs may need a shorter distance without energetic youngsters. Working dogs may need a marathon. On the other hand, you may want to choose a more personal one-to-one service where your dog gets all the love and attention!
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Lead for Speed Dog Walkers

Lead for Speed are a friendly and professional team of dog walkers. We offer shifts which cater to our customers’ busy schedules. We work in teams of two, so you know your dog is getting the attention it needs.

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Why should our clients choose you?

You love your dog, I work tirelessly to love them too. Providing the best level of care, affection, and experience for your pets is what I do best. Being able to spend my time working closely with dogs and puppies is possibly the greatest job in the world. Each animal has their own personality and I’m incredibly enthusiastic about getting to know each individually. I’ve spent several years perfecting my role and improving myself so that I know each and every client receives the finest service they possibly can.

Do you offer any specialised or additional services?

I’m able to completely tailor the walking experience to your dog and their specific needs. If your dog is more energetic, we can devise a longer route with more activities, or shorten it to an easy stroll for older or recovering dogs. Puppy walking can be particularly challenging for new owners so I can really help out there. I can provide a dog sitting service too for when you’re out and about for extended periods.

What qualifications have you achieved?

I have a CPD accredited Dog Walking Certificate Level 3. I’ve also completed Dog Walking and Pet Sitting Courses. Finally, I’ve worked closely with several highly experienced dog walkers over the years. I’m fully insured and can provide these details on request.

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How many dogs is this for?

1

How long should each walk last?

31-60 minutes

What age are the dog(s)?

Puppy - 3-6 months

What size are the dog(s)?

Small (1-7 kg)

What days do you need dog walking?

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday

What time(s) do you need dog walking?

Morning (9am-noon)

What is the breed of your dog(s)?

Cocker Spaniel

Do your dog(s) have any specialised needs? I.e. allergies, arthritis, recovering from surgery

No

Can your dog(s) be socialised with other dogs?

Yes - They can be socialised with all dogs

Have your dog(s) received any form of obedience training?

No

How many dogs is this for?

1

How long should each walk last?

31-60 minutes

What age are the dog(s)?

3+ years

What size are the dog(s)?

Medium (8-20 kg)

What days do you need dog walking?

Wednesday, Friday

What time(s) do you need dog walking?

Late afternoon (3pm-6pm)

What is the breed of your dog(s)?

Bulldog

Do your dog(s) have any specialised needs? I.e. allergies, arthritis, recovering from surgery

No

Can your dog(s) be socialised with other dogs?

Yes - Only socialised with dogs of a similar size

Have your dog(s) received any form of obedience training?

Yes - They have received beginner training

How many dogs is this for?

3

How long should each walk last?

Other - the eldest dog can’t walk as far as the others

What age are the dog(s)?

3, 4, and 10

What size are the dog(s)?

Medium (8-20 kg)

What days do you need dog walking?

I would like to discuss with the pro

What time(s) do you need dog walking?

Early afternoon (noon-3pm)

What is the breed of your dog(s)?

Beagle and two Labradors

Do your dog(s) have any specialised needs? I.e. allergies, arthritis, recovering from surgery

Yes - the beagle has arthritic rear legs

Can your dog(s) be socialised with other dogs?

Yes - They can be socialised with all dogs

Have your dog(s) received any form of obedience training?

Yes - They have received an advanced level of training

The average price of a Dog Walker is £11.00 per hour

Region Great Value
(hour)
Average
(hour)
Premium
(hour)
Nationwide
£10.00
£11.00
£14.00
East Midlands
£10.00
£11.00
£12.00
East of England
£10.00
£12.00
£15.00
London
£10.00
£12.00
£15.00
North East England
£10.00
£11.50
£13.00
North West England
£10.00
£11.00
£12.00
Scotland
£9.00
£10.00
£12.00
South East England
£10.00
£12.00
£15.00
South West England
£10.00
£11.50
£13.00
West Midlands
£10.00
£11.00
£15.00
Yorkshire and the Humber
£10.00
£11.25
£12.50

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4.90/5.00

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The average rating for Bark Dog Walkers is 4.90, based on 22,880 reviews.

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