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Dog Walking

Your dog(s) will be picked up from your home and taken on a countryside walk in the heart of the South Downs, allowing your dog(s) freedom to explore, have fun, play and burn off some energy.

20150406_152455_resizedDog Vision’s main objective is to stimulate your dog(s) both physically and mentally with as much interaction as possible because insufficient exercise can lead to many behavioural issues such as chewing, digging, barking, anxiety and boredom. I will be happy to maintain any training you have been working on during all walks with your dog(s).  Dog Vision caters for all dog abilities and degrees of fitness.

Dog Vision offers group walking for dogs that can be walked in a carefully selected group – which like each other’s company and socialising, have more fun walking, playing and meeting other dogs than they do on their own.

It is important that dogs walked in a group must not show any signs of aggression towards humans or other dogs. A maximum of four dogs will be taken out at any one time.

Being a responsible dog walker any dog(s) will be kept safe on a lead unless the owner has agreed off-dog walk on leadlead walking and a disclaimer has been signed.  Where off lead is agreed I will walk your dog(s) on a long line until I am fully satisfied that a good recall has been established. Dogs will be walked in all weathers unless extreme conditions prevent me from getting to you.

It is standard practice for Dog Vision to return your dog(s) home, to clean muddy paws, to towel dry your dog(s) and replenish water bowls. Treats will be given on your instruction, and settle-down time will be allowed for after all walks.

dog walking with stickPlease note:

  • Uncastrated males and bitches in season are not accepted on group walks.
  • Payment is for a full hour of walking time: I do not include my travel time in my charge
  • Any dog(s) in my care will wear Dog Vision ID tags
  • All dogs must be fully vaccinated and up to date with flea and worm treatments