The key to a happy dog is lots of love & affection, a full belly and enough exercise. If you struggle to walk your dog due to lack of time, energy levels or perhaps they just pull too much, Mark (the dog walker) will happily give your little companion the exercise he or she needs.
Mark is fully-qualified in canine first-aid, insured and trained to give your dog a safe, secure but, most of all, enjoyable walk. Mark services Looe & the surrounding villages.
We offer a 60 minute dog walking service around Looe & the surrounding villages. You’ll find us in different places every day however, we tend to frequent Looe 2nd Beach, Talland Bay, Portnadler Beach, Deer Park Forest, Seaton Valley Countryside Park, Seaton Beach and Kilminorth Woods.
We try to mix the walk up daily so that our dogs are always getting new sniffs and are fully invigorated.
Group Dog Walks
£10 per walk
1 on 1 Dog Walks
£20 per walk
£5 per visit
**Book dog walking every day Monday – Friday for 20% discount**
Where we cover
We service Looe & the surrounding areas, including Polperro, Pelynt, Duloe, Millendreath, Nomansland & Widegates.
“Monty had a lovely walk, taking it at his own pace, he slept well this afternoon. Thank you Mark” – Christine Davies, Looe
Call us now on: 01503 269251
The Benefits of Having Your Dog Walked Regularly
Health & Wellbeing – Getting your dog out regularly for a walk is of paramount importance to your dogs health and wellbeing. Not getting regular exercise can lead to obesity and a number of medical conditions including liver disease, insulin resistance, osteoarthritis and cardiovascular disease have been associated with our best friends not getting enough exercise.
Improved Behaviour – Dogs who are regularly exercised are less likely to prove troublesome for their owner. If your dog is proving to be hyperactive in the household, perhaps barking a lot, chewing furniture etc. then a dog walk will help to tame this behaviour.
Improved Social Skills – By getting your dog out and about, it will help your companion to become associated with other dogs that he or she may not have met before. This is a great way to help them socialise with other dogs as they are in a safe environment Mark.