Goodbye From Epsom Dog Treks

After three and a half years providing services to dogs living in and around Epsom, I’ve decided to return to working in the city. Subsequently Epsom Dog Treks will cease trading on March 1 2019.

I would like to thank everyone who has supported the business, whether you have used my services, greeted me and the dogs while we were out walking or engaged with my social media posts. I really appreciate all the support which I’ve received and am grateful for it.

For your ongoing dog walking needs, I recommend you contact:

They are both fantastic providers of dog walking services and will do a great job for you. Thanks again for your interest in my business.

So why should you consider using our services?

Are you concerned about your dog’s health?
It is extremely challenging to get the balance of food and exercise right, especially because dogs are opportunistic eaters who will devour anything they can wrap their teeth around.

Also all dog owners know how hard it is not to give just one more treat when your dog looks at you with those big, soulful eyes.

Excess weight can put unnecessary strain on your dog and adversely impact on their quality of life. Regular exercise enables dogs to continue to enjoy their food and simultaneously maintain a healthy and active lifestyle.

Dogs are naturally pack animals, meaning they love company, regardless of whether it is human or canine.
You will probably have experienced your dog whining when it is left alone, even if you are just popping into another room.

Group walks enable dogs to make friends and maintain their social skills. The better social skills a dog has, the less likely it is for that dog to get involved in an altercation.

A well socialised dog is a safer dog, both to humans and other canines.

Have you ever seen a dog destroy an item of clothing or some furniture?
The chances are that dog had been deprived of stimulation and so decided to make their own fun.

When your dog comes back from a long walk, I’ll bet they curl up contentedly in their bed or in a chair.

A tired dog is a happy dog who is much less likely to get up to mischief.

Want to know more about how I can help your dog have a happier, healthier and more fulfilling life?

Call me now on 07731 529040.