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

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The Wag Lady

Shropshire

‘20 Certificate of Excellence

I offer one to one walking, group walking, call ins, and pet taxis.

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What do you love most about your job?

Being surrounded by animals all day every day is a massive bonus in my life, but most of all I love a wagging tail, a purr, and a smile :-)

What inspired you to start your own business?

I am a single 30 year old female, working full time for Royal Mail. When I bought my own house in 2015 I was considering getting a dog for some company. My sister told me about Jodie's Cyprus dogs and how they were looking for fosters for the dogs they were rescuing from Cyprus - I figured this would be a great opportunity to have some company and enjoy a dog whilst helping give them a better home in the uk until their forever home came along.
My first foster dog was a lovely natured 1 year old lurcher named Esra who I ended up having just over a month until he found a home with a family - I loved every minute that Esra was with me, but found it hard whilst working full time, and ended up paying someone to call in and walk Esra whilst I was out working.
I still don't have a dog, but have found a way to be surrounded by animals and have all the time in the world for them.
So I suppose you could say that it was Esra that inspired me to start my own business.

Why should our clients choose you?

I have a great passion for all animals, and am 100% reliable.

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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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