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Peak Dog Walking & Pet Solutions

Derbyshire

‘19 Certificate of Excellence

Peak Dog Walking & Pet Solutions offers fully insured, DBS checked professional dog walking and pet care solutions in Chesterfield and the surrounding Peak District area. We are also NARPS UK registered and pet first aid trained. The services we provide include; Dog walking - from 30 minutes to whatever your dog requires. We also offer half day and full day Peak District excursions. Home visits - for puppies or senior dogs who perhaps only need to be let outside to toilet and receive some care and attention whilst you are out. Feeding and care of cats and other small animals - anything from hamsters to rabbits and guinea pigs but we are also happy working with more exotic pets. Pet transportation - trips to the vet, groomer or anywhere else you need your pet to be. Peak Dog Walking is run by Richard who is and outdoors enthusiast and happy to be outside in all weathers and seasons. He is a member of a climbing, caving and hill walking club and regularly out on the moors and hills of the Peaks. He can take care of all your dog's exercise needs from those who just like a stroll round the block to those who can run for miles and still have energy to spare. Dogs are walked in groups of no more than 4 and he can also provide a one to one service for dogs not happy in groups or where you want all the focus on your four legged friend.

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What do you love most about your job?

The best part of the job is two-fold, firstly working with animals is always enjoyable and I have always loved to be in their company. I also love knowing that keeping peoples animals fit and healthy has a beneficial effect on the health of their owners. The second aspect is the bonus of getting to be out in the great outdoors with the dogs that I walk. I am passionate about our national parks and outdoor spaces for the positive impact on our environment and overall health. We are very lucky in Great Britain to have such wonderful expanses of free to access countryside and wild areas and it is a privilege to be out in them every week.

What inspired you to start your own business?

It is something I had been considering for some time. My personal circumstances changed and I wanted to make the most of that change, so I set up Peak Dog Walking. This allowed me to follow my interests in animals and the great outdoors. Starting my own business also allowed me maintain a control on how the business is to be run and to choose specific aspects such as the number of dogs to be walked at any one time to make sure that all the animals can receive the focus and attention that they deserve and maximise their well being.

Why should our clients choose you?

I am honest and provide personal reliable service. I have been DBS checked and I am registered with NARPS UK (National Association of Pet Sitters and Dog Walkers) and follow their code of conduct. I have a LANTRA accredited qualification in pet sitting and dog walking including pet first aid. My service is professional and you will be provided with appropriate documentation and service agreements to assure you of my approach to the care of your pet. When walking dogs I always try to vary the location as I find this provides the dog with more mental stimulation than following the same old routes.

I provide a free home consultation and bookings cannot be confirmed until this has taken place in order that you can get to know me and I can meet your pet in their home surroundings and find out everything I need to know. My number one concern is your pets's welfare and I will treat your pet as it it were my own.

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Are you look for group or one to one walks?

Visit and let out

What type of dog(s) do you have?

Small adult

What is the breed of your dog(s)?

Cocker spaniel

How long should each walk last?

Visit and let out

How often would you want your dog(s) walked?

Several times a week

How soon do you want this service to start?

Within a few days

What day(s) do you need dog walking?

Any day

What time(s) do you need dog walking?

Various

Do you have any additional details

Looking for someone to visit my dog and just to let out to toilet, no walking required, a couple of times a week, the days and times will differ and would include some weekends

How many dogs is this for?

3 or more

Do you want your dogs to be walked together?

Yes - but separately from other dogs

What type of dog(s) do you have?

2 collies and 1 cocker spaniel

What is the breed of your dog(s)?

See previous answer

How long should each walk last?

30 - 59 minutes

How often would you want your dog(s) walked?

Daily

How soon do you want this service to start?

ASAP 

What day(s) do you need dog walking?

Monday, Tuesday

What time(s) do you need dog walking?

Lunch time I.e. 1 or 2pm

Do you have any additional details

One of our Collie has a heart murmur, so she can’t walk fast or run, so all should be kept on their leads and walked around the block

What stage are you at?

I want an idea of prices and may or may not hire a dog walker

What is the breed of your dog(s)?

Patterdale

How old are your dog(s)?

4-9 years old

How long should each walk last?

15 - 29 minutes

How often would you want your dog(s) walked?

Several times a week

Do you have any additional details

She pulls a lot and wears a head leader. She is never to be near other dogs or let off the lead. I want an experienced dog walker.,

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