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The average price of a Dog Walker in Lancashire is £12.00 per hour

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Fylde Pet Care Services

Lancashire

Fyle Pet Care Dog Walking & Pet Sitting Services - where you and your pets are our priority. We do not walk groups of dogs. We only walk single dogs or dogs that live together. We GPS Track all dog walks as standard and send you the route map, stats and pictures we took for each dog walk. Dogs with behavioural issues are welcome. We always socialise dogs and train them to "Heel" unless requested otherwise. We provide towels, toys for the sole use of your pet, poo bags, treats (if allowed) and wet wipes. We charge £10 for a 30 minute walk and £15 for an hour. We do not charge extra for dogs smaller than Cocker Spaniels. We charge 50% extra for a 2nd larger dog. Every pet owner's requirements are unique so we tailor make our services to exceed your expectations and meet all of your pet's needs. We charge £15 for pet sitting cats overnight and £25 per night for pet sitting dogs. The overnight dog sitting service includes a 20 minute brief relief walk at night and in the morning. We also offer pet taxi services at 50p per mile and £12 per hour for the driver (charged out for each 5 mins). For example, a 3 mile journey taking 10 mins would cost £3.50. We are fully insured by Protectivity. Find us on Facebook by searching @fyldepetcare we regularly post pics and stats.

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What do you love most about your job?

Working with animals and being in the great outdoors. We work with lots of dogs with behavioural issues and to see them change their ways through exercise and socialisation is very rewarding. The Fylde Coast where we operate has a huge variety of dog walking locations. Here are just a few of them. Lytham Hall grounds, Fairhaven Lake, Marton Mere, Heron's Reach, Stanley Park, Beaches and Sand Dunes from Lytham to Fleetwood. We never tire of walking dogs or seeing the seasons change. Fulfilling a pets needs and giving peace of mind to pet owners provides us with job satisfaction whilst doing something we genuinely enjoy.. There's no such thing as bad weather, there's only inappropriate clothing.

What inspired you to start your own business?

We were let down by a dog walking company. We caught them out by attaching a Fitbit (hidden in a barrel on our dog's collar). Our dog was walked for less than 10 minutes per walk on average over a two week period. On two occasions, he wasn't even walked. We had paid for him to be walked for an hour. We lost faith in dog walkers and we were unable to employ another based on trust.

We formed Fylde Pet Care Services which uses technology at every level. There is no need to wonder what time we turned up, where we drove to, where we walked or how long for. We text when we are on our way, we have dash cams and GPS track our vehicles, we GPS Track all dog walks, take pictures and provide maps, stats and images of every walk to our pet owners, we text when we leave. We wanted to be able to provide a service and remove all elements of trust.

Why should our clients choose you?

We go the extra mile and exceed our pet owners' expectations daily.

We pride ourselves on our transparent delivery of services and communications. We have an online booking system. We provide statistics, route maps and pictures of your dog after each dog walk.

We tailor make our services to meet your requirements and fulfil the needs of your pets.

We offer a free initial consultation and free first service.

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How long should each walk last?

15-30 minutes

How old are the dog(s)?

Puppy - 0-6 months

How big are the dog(s)?

Small (1-7 kg)

What day(s) do you need dog walking?

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

What time(s) do you need dog walking?

Morning (9am-noon), Early afternoon (noon-3pm)

What is the breed of your dog(s)?

Retriver

Do you have any additional details

We are looking into getting a dog and are after some quotes with regards to house call-ins for puppy exercise and then move to mon + tuesday walking as i will finish early wed+thurs

How long should each walk last?

31-60 minutes

How old are the dog(s)?

3+ years

How big are the dog(s)?

Extra Large (31+ kg)

What day(s) 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)?

Mastiff x

Do you have any additional details

Both friendly and well socialised. Older dog can be grumpy with small dogs. Younger has strong prey drive with small furries - squirrels and cats. Need very strong and experienced dog walkers.

How long should each walk last?

15-30 minutes

How old are the dog(s)?

Puppy - 6-12 months

How big are the dog(s)?

Small (1-7 kg)

What day(s) do you need dog walking?

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

What time(s) do you need dog walking?

Early afternoon (noon-3pm)

What is the breed of your dog(s)?

MALTIPOO

Do you have any additional details

Just enquiring on dog walking services for small 7 month old maltipoo. Not sure as yet how often we will need it.

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