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Brighton Furry Tails

I do dog walking and pet sitting. Dog walking: I have a van equipped with 6 dog pods, some for big dog sizes. I enjoy walking dog on a one-to-one or in a group. I only walk 6 dogs maximum in one walk. I really enjoy going walking in the nearby woods with a friendly dog pack! And when the walk is finished, usually one hour and half later, I offer water to the my dog friends before heading back to town and dropping them off at their home, tongue hanging and looking happy. Pet sitting: Since I have had to look after various species of animals, when working in Shelters and at home, I can look after many different pets! Cats and dogs are my favorites though, as I have done extensive "studies" and lifetime observation of them. Pet sitting happens generally in 2 visits to a home per day. Sometimes I am asked to stay overnight, at other time all day, which is different from visits, as on day care I am staying at a clients home and looking after one pet(sometimes several in one household).

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What do you love most about your job?

I love my job because it allows me to be in company of my favorite "people": furries! I cannot get enough of them, it feels so good to be able to catter for them, spend time with them, learn something different each time. It feels like I am at the right place in life when I "work" with animals.

My dream was to be a vet, however that did not happen, and I have been looking for a way to work with animals ever since I was a young adult.
That is why, for many years, I devoted my time to several local charities(dogs trust, cats protection, Cinnamon trust and other locals chelters.)

I love going to the woods and enjoying the smells and the sights of all those dogs having fun and socialising with each other, and like to think I made a difference in their day.

I love meeting other pet owners who feels the same way, and have many stories to tell about their adventures with their furry companion.

What inspired you to start your own business?

After many years of working as a volunteer for animal charities and shelter, I applied for a job in the papers, to help a dog walker on some of her days.

It just clicked as I got a glimpse of that way of life: taking care of animals, walking in the woods, getting fresh air and earning a living all in one. I realised that, although I did not become a vet, I could achieve one of my dreams: working, helping animals.

Why should our clients choose you?

The household where I grew had pets: dog, cats, rabbit. I grew with them. I am the proud owner of a cat(rescue) and gold fished(rescues).

I have many years of experience in shelters, and have been through various training animal/pet related.

Me and my van have been assessed by the animal welfare team(Brighton and Hove council) and I am fully insured to take dogs on walk and petsit.

I am available at weekends, for dog walks, petsitting and pet taxi.

I am dedicated to provide the best experience to pets in my care, and to make a difference while their owner is away.

I have received training in animal healing, and hold a Animal first aid too.

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