Amy, dog sitter in London

Energetic dog walker and caring dog sitter


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About Amy

I was brought up in a home with a family who absolutely loved dogs! We got our first dog when I was 11, a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel called Charlie. He instantly became one of the family and he was incredibly loved! As children, my sisters and I would spend hours playing with Charlie, and as we grew up we took on more of the responsible roles such as walking and feeding him. Since moving away from home, I have really missed having a dog around, as I really think there's nothing better than having a dog in your life. I am an incredibly energetic person, and am currently training for a half marathon, so I will happily take any dogs running who are up for the challenge! However, I am also extremely keen on taking a slower, more relaxed attitude to exercise and chilling in a park or playing in the house.

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  • Number of completed bookings: 11
  • Response rate: 80%
  • Response time: within a few hours
  • Cancellation policy for 24h boarding: Flexible
  • Cancellation policy for other services: Flexible
  • Property type: Apartment
  • Resident dogs: 0
  • Outdoor space: Garden
  • I can administer oral medications
  • Jackie

    Our Cockerpoo Dolly had a lovely time staying with Amy while we were away on holiday. I would highly recommend her, Amy obviously really loves dogs and our Dolly was looked after superbly. Thank you!

    28th June 2016

  • Tim

    Amy is delightful and clearly has a real love of dogs. She looked after my Weimerana Ash over part of the Easter holidays and I strongly suspect he did not want to come home! Ideal placement for 'rural dogs' used to lots of space and excercise.

    9th April 2016
    Amy, dog sitter in London

    Thanks Tim. Ash is certainly very missed and welcome back at any time. Such a lovely dog!

    9th April 2016

  • Nicholas

    A flexible and friendly person who I would always be happy to ask to look after our dogs

    3rd December 2015