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The average price of Dog Walkers in Kent is £12.00 per hour

Compared to a national average of £12.00

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Two Tails Dog Walking

Kent

‘21 Certificate of Excellence

- Top three best rated dog walkers in Maidstone - Insured - DBS checked - Pet first aid trained - Secure private field - Group walks - Solo walks - Group dog/puppy training and 1:1 training Our aim at Two Tails is to stimulate your dog/s both physically and mentally, whilst ensuring a safe environment for all dogs in our care. Here at Two Tails, we want to be the highlight to your dogs day and to bring back a happy and tired pup every time. In groups, your dog/s will receive a variety of walks: woodland, parks and meadows or our secure private field. In the summer time, beach walks will be offered also. We will come and collect your furry friend from your home and take them to one of our many adventurous locations. After a minimum of one hour of games, sniffing and training, your dog will be returned home happy, clean and tired. Once your dog/s have been dropped home, we would be happy to top up water bowls and also feed if required at the time of drop off. You can also keep up to date with your dogs day with new friends and playing games by liking us on Facebook and following our Instagram page.

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What do you love most about your job?

I love being able to make dogs happy, by stimulating them all both physically and mentally.

Watching their tails wag and their faces light up from the moment I pick them up, to the minute I drop them home. There is nothing more rewarding than knowing you have improved a dogs day!

What inspired you to start your own business?

My own rescue dog, Bonnie, was the reason I started my own business. I rescued her from Cyprus back in 2015. She arrived with health issues and mental issues. Over the years, with a lot of training and love that she deserved, she has over come all her fears, anxieties and illness'.

I wanted to be able to take her to work with me and as a Nanny before, it wasn't practical taking my big baby on school runs... So what better choice to make than to start my own dog walking company, where she can join me on some or all of my walks a day?!

Having achieved so much with Bonnie, I know I will be able to help other dogs to become the best they can be, whether that is by walking daily to stop bordem, to training walking manners, home visits to break up your dogs day etc. I am always open to new things and I'm excited for all the exciting avenues I can take.

Why should our clients choose you?

I have a fun, bubbly, yet calm and reassuring personality, it all depends on the dogs I am working with.

I absolutely love my job and would go out of my way to make my business better and to keep all my clients happy. Of course, that applies to all my dogs too!

I am certified in the following:
•Dog Walking
•Dog Behaviour and Training
•Dog Socialization and Obedience
•Pet First Aid and CPR
•Animal Training and Pet Sitting
•Animal Physical Therapy

So you can be rest assured that your dogs will be in the best of hands.

What changes have you made to keep your customers safe from Covid-19?

Myself and my team are keeping in line with the government guidelines and are using our own leads, our hands are sanitised prior to putting on a new set of gloves on each pick up and drop off. We wear our masks and if owners are at home, we maintain our distance.

We are still providing our service for clients that have tested positive too. Again, sticking to the guidelines, the said dog is walked individually at the end of our working day. We collect from outside of the property with NO contact with the owner at all. Each dog is wiped down on collection and again on drop off.

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The price of hiring a dog walker will depend on the area of the UK in which you live, with prices typically higher in the South of England and particularly in London. The cost of hiring a dog walker will often be lower in the North of England and in Scotland and Wales.

The most important thing when you’re hiring a dog walker is that both you and your dog trust them. You should also ensure that your dog walker has public liability insurance that covers them in case of damage, accident or loss. The best way to find a reliable and trustworthy dog walker is by reading reviews of previous clients. When you hire a dog walker through Bark, you can browse the profiles of dog walkers in your local area and read honest reviews from genuine customers.

It is recommended that a dog walker should walk a maximum of four dogs at a time, to enable them to maintain good control of each dog. Most dog walkers will give you the option of having your dog walked alone or with other dogs. Walking with other dogs will help your dog to develop valuable social skills. However, if your dog is reactive, you may prefer for them to be walked alone.

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