It’s no surprise a lot of pet owners are worried for their four-legged friends. Are you wondering if your dog or cat can catch coronavirus? We would urge dog owners not to panic. Pets can be a great source of comfort, and time with pets will be a good thing for everyone’s physical and mental health. We encourage all pet owners to take sensible precautions, and follow the latest Government guidelines.
We’ve been answering some of your questions:Read More
Due to the recent outbreak of COVID-19, our customers can expect their dogs to be picked up in gloves and masks.
We also offer help to customers that are self isolating and we can complete tasks such as shopping per your request.
Please let me tell you about some of the things we’re doing at Dog Walking in Carlisle to support our customers through this tough period:
You must also see this: Dogs during coronavirus (COVID-19)
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First of all, we need to know what is good for dogs and especially what is bad.
If you think that your friend, also the dog owner, may not know about it, be sure to share this post on your social profiles or send a link in the message to them (you can find the button above).
Let’s take a look at some facts that some of you may be very surprised by.Read More
Do you’ve heard this rule: dog’s true age used to be a case of simply multiplying it by seven? Turns out, the math isn’t that simple! It’s more complicated than that.
Size and breed also play a role. Smaller dogs tend to live longer than larger ones. During the first two years of life, dogs mature rapidly from childhood to adulthood, but dogs mature at different rates when compared to humans.Read More
Need inspiration on where to walk your dog?
Great places for a dog walk in Cumbria. Find your next dog walk! Find your next adventure!
Fantastic places to visit as a couple, family and walking your dog. Enjoy you the best moments with your family and four-legged friends.
Discover somewhere new today!Read More
Dog walking from the dog’s residence and then returning is constitutes part of the daily exercise regime needed to keep a dog healthy.
The Kennel Club conducted a survey of 1,000 dog owners and found that one in five did not walk their dogs on a daily basis.Read More