What services do you offer for dogs?

We provide a comprehensive range of services for dogs, including professional dog walking in London, secure and comfortable dog boarding, expert dog grooming, and personalised dog training.

How do I book a dog walking session?
Booking a dog walking session is easy! Simply visit our website, navigate to the ‘Services’ section, and choose ‘Dog Walking.’ Let us know via form and select your preferred time, duration, and any additional services you may need.
Where can I find dog walking charges?

You can easily find the dog walking charges on our website under the “Services” – > “Dog Walking”.

Where do you provide your services?
We provide Dog walking in North London and Watford as well as the other services. You can easily see all the locations clicking on the “Locations” in the menu.
What is included in the dog boarding service?
Our dog boarding service offers a comfortable and secure environment for your furry friend. It includes cosy accommodations, regular outdoor activities, and personalised care from our experienced staff.
What grooming services do you offer?
Our dog grooming services cover a range of treatments, including bathing, brushing, nail trimming, and ear cleaning. We tailor our grooming sessions to meet the specific needs and preferences of each dog.
How can I enroll my dog in training classes?
Enrolling your dog in training classes is simple. Visit the ‘Dog Training’ section on our website, choose the desired program, and follow the registration process. Our experienced trainers will guide you and your dog through an enriching learning experience.
Are your staff members trained and experienced?
Yes, our staff members are highly trained and experienced in handling dogs. We prioritise the well-being and safety of your pets, ensuring they receive the best care possible.
What measures do you take to ensure the safety of dogs during walks and boarding?

Safety is our top priority. Our dog walking routes are carefully planned, and our boarding facilities are equipped with secure enclosures. Additionally, our staff members as professional dog walkers and dog trainers are trained to handle various situations to ensure the safety of every dog in our care.

How do I contact you for emergency assistance or updates on my dog?
For emergencies or updates on your dog, you can reach us through our dedicated helpline, which is available 24/7. We understand the importance of staying connected and providing timely information about your pet.
Are your facilities equipped to handle special dietary needs or medical conditions?
Yes, we take into account any special dietary needs or medical conditions your dog may have. During the booking process, you can provide details about your dog’s requirements, and our staff will ensure they receive the appropriate care.
Can I schedule recurring services for my dog?

Absolutely! We offer the convenience of recurring services for dog walking, boarding, grooming, and training. During the booking process, you can choose the frequency that best suits your needs.

What age should I start training my dog?
Training your dog should begin as soon as possible, ideally when they are young dogs. Dogs of any age, though, can gain from instruction. Patience and consistency are essential, regardless of the age of the dog.
How do I potty train my dog?
Consistency is key when potty training your dog. Take your dog outside frequently, especially after meals and naps. Use positive reinforcement, like treats and praise, when they go potty outside. Clean up accidents indoors without scolding your dog, as punishment can confuse them. With patience and consistency, your dog will learn where to go potty
How can I stop my dog from chewing everything?
Dogs chew for various reasons, including teething, boredom, and anxiety. Provide appropriate chew toys and rotate them regularly to keep your dog interested. Supervise your dog closely and redirect them to their toys when they start chewing on inappropriate items. Additionally, ensure your dog gets enough physical and mental exercise to alleviate boredom and anxiety.
What's the best way to teach my dog basic commands like sit and stay?
Positive reinforcement training methods work best for teaching basic commands. Use treats, praise, and patience to reward your dog for following commands correctly. Break down each command into small, manageable steps and practice them in short training sessions. Consistency and repetition are key to reinforcing these behaviours.
My dog pulls on the leash during walks. How can I stop this behaviour?
Teaching your dog to walk politely on a leash requires patience and consistency. Start by teaching your dog to walk on a loose leash in a distraction-free environment, using treats and praise to reward them for staying by your side. If your dog pulls, stop walking and wait for them to return to your side before continuing. Consider using a front-clip harness or head halter to discourage pulling.
How do I socialise my dog with other dogs and people?
Positive and early socialisation is essential for a well-mannered dog. Gradually and under control, expose your dog to new people, dogs, and settings. Recognise and reward composure and amiability in social situations. Observe your dog’s body language and take appropriate action if they exhibit any signs of anxiety or discomfort.
What's the best way to deal with my dog's separation anxiety?
A combination of behaviour change, training, and management is needed to address separation anxiety. Your dog should be gradually acclimated to being left alone. Start with brief separations and work your way up to longer intervals. Give people lots of opportunities for both physical and mental activity to reduce anxiety. Use dog-friendly music or puzzle toys as relaxing aids to assist your dog unwind when you’re not around.
How can I stop my dog from jumping on people?
Many times, jumping is a reaction to excitement or the need for attention. Give your dog attention just when all four paws are on the ground, disregarding his jumping habit. Instruct your dog to perform a different activity, like sitting, and give them a treat when they do. To avoid confusion, it’s important to maintain consistency; make sure all family members and guests abide by the same norms.