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I'm worried about my small dog being walked with larger breeds and getting attacked. They're so vulnerable due to their size. How can you help?

I specialise in walking only small and toy breeds, with group and one-to-one options available. I will never walk your dog with larger breeds, therefore the chance of your pet being attacked is significantly reduced.

My dog is so tiny; I'm petrified a walker will lose my pet. How can you make sure you don't lose my dog?

As part of my promise to all clients, I never walk your dog off lead without your prior consent and only then would off-lead walking be considered following strict guidelines.

I see so many dog walkers with big groups of dogs and they always look out of control. Or the walker isn't paying attention. Why are you any different?

I completely understand your concerns. I’d hate to think that my dog was being walked and the walker didn’t have their eyes on him all of the time. But don’t worry, I offer both small group and one-to-one dog walking sessions – and I never walk more than a maximum of four dogs at any one time. That way, the whole group receives my full attention.

I'd be worried about using a dog walker in case they didn't treat my dog nicely. Nobody else can look after my dog in the same way I do...

If you’ve read my background, you’ll know that animal welfare is my highest priority and I will only ever treat your dog with compassion and kindness. I don’t punish dogs and I never lay a finger on them. In fact, I rescued and adopted my own little pooch from the Middle East and do everything in my power to ensure he receives the best care available. Have you read about my 28-hour journey which reveals how I travelled thousands of miles to bring him back to the UK with me?

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