Puppy visits are especially important until they are old enough to join the others for social interaction walks with people and other dogs.
Your pup will need a lunchtime feed and toileting.
I also do this for older dogs that no longer enjoy wallks out with the others or have a medical condition.
Areas covered are Bishopstoke, Fair Oak, Horton Heath, Colden Common and surrounding areas.
I’m insured to walk six dogs as a group but prefer to keep the groups to four. I use my own collars and leads as my collars have a name tag on them saying ( I'm with my Dog Walker) and on the other side is my mobile number which is always with me it is just for extra safety.
Play and interaction with me is a big part of their walk keeping them focused on me to avoid them wandering off to other dog walkers.
Walks can be on the lead or free running with your permission in safe places but which ever way is is always fun and safe for them.
Young dogs need less exercise as they have growing bones and too much exercise can cause damage to growing hips, elbows and knees which will give them problems in later life the same as some older dogs need to slow down so their walks are tailored for their ability at the time. Walks are usually for 1 hour unless the weather is extremely hot, icy or very heavy rain i then cut them short out of kindness to the dogs.
A special home visit with help and advice on introducing your new puppy into your family. Advice on crate training, toilet training, how to help avoid separation anxiety, prevent bad habits and so much more.
In a second follow up visit first steps in training is extremely helpful teaching your puppy his first commands, teaching him to focus on you, lead acceptance and recall along with all the advice you will need before you start your training classes so that you are one step ahead.
This visit will of course include discussing any problems that you may be experiencing also.