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Swanwick, England
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Dog walking and Home visits Swanwick and surrounding villages FULLY INSURED

**FULLY INSURED for your peace of mind **
Based in Swanwick, Derbyshire.
I specialise in dog walking and pet home visits. We live within 2 minutes of large fields which are ideal. I also do home visits to walk your dog/s, feed, fresh water, or just pet cuddles up to three times daily. I have always had pets as a child and adult (dogs and cats) but have not had one for the past 8 years due to having our 2 boys and knowing I wouldn’t be able to give one my full attention. The kids are now both in full time school so I now feel it’s a great time start helping other people out with their pets and in turn I will have lots of animal company so it’s win win! I love the mixture of animals so this seems a perfect alternative to getting just one. When I think about it I have always inherited dogs from being quite young. One when my grandad took poorly which we immediately wanted and who we cared for until he finally passed away aged 17, (our beautiful scruffy mongrel George) ..... another springer spaniel we inherited from my sister as he was too crazy for them and had so much energy and they knew I would be happy to take him out big walks...(crazy Jasper)..so I’d say it was meant to be!
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3.3 average based on 3 Reviews

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    I have engaged by using both the walking and home boarding. Steph is absolutely fantastic and very trusting. Benj had an amazing ten days and really was treated like one of the family. 5 star ! I would not hesitate to recommend Steph and her family to look after your pet.
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    We asked Steph to take on the huge task of taking care of our 6 cats when we had to go home due to a family bereavement. Our cats are very needy, nervous rescues with varying degrees of disabilities including a double amputee, brain damage etc. Steph was AMAZING and our fur babies were soon getting cuddles and playtime; Stephs children loved visiting too while Mommy did the feeding and scooped the litter (morning and night) and we were updated daily with photos and messages. NOTHING was too much for Steph......and she even vacuumed on the last day! We wouldn't trust our babies to anyone else now and you will be so comforted knowing your beloved pets are in the hands of this kind, gentle, compassionate lady. Thank you Steph.....HIGHLY RECOMMEND!
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    Thank you so much Melanie it really was my pleasure they were just lovely. Looking forward to seeing you all tomorrow XX XX

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  • Benji


    We have just collected Benji after 12 days away. We were sent progress reports, videos and photos which was a great touch which gave us peace of mind that he had settled in well. He truly was part of the family for those 12 days. I would highly recommend Part of the family. We also utilise them for dog walking. You wont find anyone more friendly caring and trustworthy in my option.
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    Thank you so much for your lovely review. It was our complete pleasure he was a total angel and we couldn’t have asked for more. Looking forward to seeing him today for cuddles and Walkies!!

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Swanwick, England

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Opening hours
09:30 AM - 06:30 PM
09:30 AM - 06:30 PM
09:30 AM - 06:30 PM
09:30 AM - 06:30 PM
09:30 AM - 06:30 PM
01:00 PM - 05:00 PM
11:00 AM - 03:00 PM
More flexibility in school holidays. And obviously these times only apply to dog walking and drop in visits at your own home.

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