LOOKING FOR A DOG WALKER?
DOG WALKING BY NETTIE WELCOMES YOU WITH OPEN PAWS
The Care Your Pet Deserves
Whether you are on holiday, travelling for business, or it's just another day at the office, Nettie will be there to feed, walk, play, and give love and attention to your pets. The bonus for you is absolute peace of mind knowing that your furry friends are receiving plenty of love and attention from a fully qualified dog walker while you’re out.
Happy Pets, Unbeatable Dog Walking
If you're thinking about hiring a dog walker, just send me a quick email, drop me a message or give me a call. We can arrange for me to come and meet you and your dog(s) with no obligation to continue forward. If you do decide that I'm right for you and your pets, then we will work a schedule around what suits you, easy!
£10 per 30 minute walk, or £15 for two dogs from the same home.
£12 an hour per dog, or £20 for two dogs from the same home.
Solo walks are £18 per 30 minute walk, or £22 an hour.
Longer/ shorter walks can be discussed and priced for your needs.
All walks include pick up and drop off.
Evenings (6pm onwards) and Bank holidays
£12 per 30 minute walk, or £18 for two dogs from the same home.
£18 per hour per dog, or £25 for two dogs from the same home.
Solo walks are £20 per 30 minute walk, or £25 an hour.
FULLY INSURED, DBS CHECKED AND TRAINED TO CARE FOR YOUR DOG
If you're not able to be home at the time of day that may be important to your pet, such as feeding time or if they're on a strict medication timetable, let Nettie lift the weight off your shoulders by being there in your place to make sure your pet has everything they need, when they need it.
£15 per 30 minute visit
POP IN VISITS
You can be sure that you are picking a professional dog walker with all the correct checks, insurance and training necessary to give your pet the best care.
As an avid rock climber, animal lover and physical activity addict, I decided that I wanted to share the energy that I have with the animals that I've been in love with since I was a child.
After walking and looking after many friends and family's dogs for years, 6 years ago my family finally adopted our own dog from Battersea and he solidified my desire to spend as much time as possible caring for and spending time with dogs, I felt the best way to do this was to become a professional dog walker.