Lewis, dog sitter in London

WARNING!!! Your dog may get muddy...

Lewis

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About Lewis

I have experience and training in caring for dogs of all shapes and sizes! I regularly foster dogs for Battersea Dogs Home and have benefitted from great training and advice from the amazing staff and volunteers there. I have particular skills in caring for dogs that are suffering from anxiety or medical problems. I live right by a great area of woodland that is very popular with local dog walkers and a great place to get nice and muddy! I have trained in TTouch handling techniques and various behavioural techniques as a part of my work with Battersea.

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Credentials
    • Address Verified
    • Passed assessment
    • Approved by DogBuddy
  • Number of completed bookings: 57
  • Response rate: 82%
  • Response time: within a few hours
  • Cancellation policy for 24h boarding: Flexible
  • Cancellation policy for other services: Flexible
  • Property type: Apartment
  • Resident dogs: One
  • Outdoor space: Balcony
  • Sarah
    Sarah

    Lewis is extremely kind and so loving to my dog who can be very fearful meeting new people. She loved her walks with Lewis and I trusted him totally. I wish when I moved I could have taken Lewis with me as its so important for me to leave prea in good hands. I would highly recommend Lewis.

    21st July 2017

  • Sarah
    Sarah

    Lewis was great with my recently rescued English bull terrier. She can be nervous of men because of her cruelty past , but she warmed to Lewis and went for their first walk together today. Like any new dog parent I was anxious and Lewis put me at ease by sending me pictures of Prea enjoying herself in the park. I am really happy with Lewis and hope to have Lewis walking Prea on a regular basis and boarding with him eventually. I'd highly recommend Lewis!

    + More 17th June 2016

  • Rachel
    Rachel

    Lewis had Misha for the whole day, sent lots of pictures and kept me posted. She was tuckered out when I got home so obviously had a great day!

    9th June 2016