Group Dog Walking

Fun and socialisation for all

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Group Dog Walking

Friendly Fours group walks are amazing fun for any breed or size dog, we have a variety of walking areas from parks to forests, fields, beaches so you know that your dog gets to experience as much as possible

We will come collect your dog in our specialised ventilated and air-conditioned vehicle and transport them to one of our dedicated walking areas then walk them for an hour, once our walk has finished we will dry your dog down and transport them back home. Once home we will put down fresh water and food if required.

During our walks we will reinforce any commands your dog knows using positive reinforcement methods and help teach them new commands if requested.

All our dogs are kept on-lead until written consent is given by the owner and we only allow them off in safe areas away from roads for your peace of mind.

We do not accept any unneutered or unspayed dogs as this may upset the rest of our group.

Benefits to Dog Walking

Stop Destructive Behaviour

Regular walks can help reduce or elimate destructive behaviour such as chewing, digging or scratching through mental physical stimulation

Reduced Hyperactivity

Walks can help to alleviate extra energy your pet may have, calming it down and reducing any hyperactivity, excitability, and even nighttime activity. A walk can help your pet to feel more relaxed and sleepy rather than restless at bedtime

Socialisation & Training Opportunity

The more a dog goes out on walks the more chances it gets to learn new thing, meet new people and have the chance to try and socialise with other dogs

Reduce Loneliness

Quality dog walks and exercise can help reduce loneliness for your dog while your at work

Digestive System

Regular dog walking has been proven to help an animals digestive system

Variety

Dogs depend on humans to take them out so that they can explore, new smells, new sights and sounds

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