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Potter's Pet Services


‘19 Certificate of Excellence

Pet sitting (city & Guilds qualified) in your own home, from pop in to feed pets, walk pets, or to stay overnight covering events you are attending or your holidays. I'm DBS checked, canine first aid trained and fully insured. Please note I do NOT look after dogs in my own home, I am not a home boarder

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What do you love most about your job?

Providing loving care when you can't be there, giving those loves and cuddles, animals are able to stay in there own environment, no stress being in a cattery or kennels, and they receive the care that they need just as you would provide if you were at home. Care is in the pets home, I don't home board

What inspired you to start your own business?

Since at school always wanted to work with animals, I did work at kennels and also in a grooming salon, and its great to be back doing what I do best

Why should our clients choose you?

I have taken the time (and expense) to take professional recognised qualifications to ensureI I provide the best possible care for my clients, each time tailored to the individual needs, Im police DBS checked, so you can rest assured I am safe to have in your home, (I don't home board)I go above and beyond my role as a pet sitter. All original certificates are available to be seen, including testimonials and reviews from happy returning clients, happy for you to contact and speak to any of my customers to help put your mind at rest, to which I have someone who works for the police who is a regular client and already has me booked for next year

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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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