Josh, dog sitter in Guildford

A great walk for your dog,energetic or slow paced!

Josh

About Josh

Dogs are by far my favourite animal, and this has lead to me walking multiple for family and friends, and trying to create a good happy bond with every dog I meet! Whether your dog is high energy and needs a good brisk walk, exercise, and to play in the park, or if it's living life at a slower pace, and just needs some fresh air and company, I'm the walker for you! I can even help with basic training for your dog if required. Being a university student I have free time during the week and on weekends so my times are very flexible, just let me know what would work best for you :) If you are unsure about how your dog will be with a new person, or even if they are just naturally a little shy or nervous, I'm more than happy to go out with you for a trial walk, or even just to come round and meet your dog prior to our walk, to make sure you're completely happy with who's walking your dog. This would be completely free of charge. I hope all this gives you complete confidence in who's walking your dog, and that your dog would be happy with me too! Please contact me if you have any other queries,

Josh :)

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Credentials
    • Address verified
    • Passed assessment
    • Approved by DogBuddy
  • Number of completed bookings: 3
  • Response rate: 78%
  • Response time: within a few hours
  • Cancellation policy for 24h boarding: Flexible
  • Cancellation policy for other services: Flexible
  • Property type: House
  • Resident dogs: 0
  • Trina
    Trina

    Josh always takes extra special care and pays attention to the needs of our young lab.

    28th November 2016

  • Trina
    Trina

    Josh has been a wonderful companion for my puppy when I've had to go into the office. He sends photos, gives feedback and has even taught her some good manner. So grateful!

    15th November 2016
    Josh, dog sitter in Guildford
    Josh

    Thanks for letting me look after lovely little Luna Trina! It was a pleasure :)

    15th November 2016