I provide a variety of services in and around the New Town area of Edinburgh
I will walk your dog on or off the leash, as requested. Walks are always in safe, natural and varied environments, according to the dog’s needs. I specialise in providing mental and physical exercises for high-energy dogs. I can also look after elderly dogs, dogs with separation anxiety, or dogs which require medication or other forms of specialist care.
Sometimes the dog needs to get to know the other dog. Other times, I need to understand if the dog is suitable for the group of dogs I walk. For this reason, the owner is invited to walk his dog with me and the dogs I walk.
An initial consultation is required to design your walk plan around your goals.
- Initial Consultation £30
- Walk with the owner and his/her dog £30
- One hour walk dogs with behavioural issues £18
- One hour solo walk £15
- One hour group walk (max 4 dogs) £12
- Day care £40 (This is for a six hour slot, but a longer care sessions are also possible).
I will come to your home and spend time with your cat at a time that suits you. Feeding, cuddling, playing, grooming, cleaning out cat litter, kitten care and even walking are all possibilities. It is all about discussing what you feel your cat would enjoy most.
- Visit £15 (This is for one hour. Longer visits are available on request).
Pet Sitting In Your Home
I will come to your home as a house-guest when you are away and look after your pet. My exclusive house sitting service can be tailored to your needs. For more details, click here.
- £50 per day and night (I will be present with your dog or cat at least 90% of the time)
During the many years that I have been looking after animals I have experienced occasions when a pet in my care has needed to be taken to the vet. Although I always seek permission for the owner first, in many instances this has been a condition that the owner has been unaware of until my intervention.
Although I am NOT a vet, I do understand when something is not as it should be. I also know which vets in Edinburgh can provide the best care and support for your pet and which ones are not so good. Naturally I’m happy to pass on my experiences in this area.
Choke chains, prong collars, slip leads, slip lead as a figure of eight lead,
other punitive/cruel methods and manhandling are not allowed.