Puppy classes/dog sitting

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vivienserena
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Puppy classes/dog sitting

Postby vivienserena » Thu Jan 26, 2017 2:41 pm

Can anyone recommend good puppy classes in the area? Also who to contact for occasional dog-sitting?
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Kataberry
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Re: Puppy classes/dog sitting

Postby Kataberry » Mon Jan 30, 2017 6:38 am

We used Corinne from Barking Mad when we were training our puppy and would highly recommend her: http://barkingmad.me/

For dog sitting I would recommend either Wimbledon Superdogs or Dogstroll (our dog goes to Dogstroll twice a week for daycare)
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Re: Puppy classes/dog sitting

Postby mims » Mon Jan 30, 2017 7:30 am

We use The Dogfather for ad hoc walks - the service is very flexible which is great for us as we don't need regular slots every week. Dom and his team take the dogs for 'proper' walks to Wimbledon and Richmond Park and sometimes further afield so it's very different from plodding around Tooting or Wandsworth common on lead .. My dog is always delighted to see Dom if we bump into him out on a walk which is reassuring!

http://www.thedogfatheruk.com

We also saw Corinne (Barking Mad) for a couple of one-to-one sessions and she was great, really helped iron out some minor issues we were having
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Re: Puppy classes/dog sitting

Postby Rieltor » Mon Sep 21, 2020 8:12 am

I have a question. What are dogs buying now? I mean, there is a collar, all these standard things, but is there something worthwhile, new? I personally worked out with my puppy. So I advise you. It is interesting to pay attention to the use of auxiliary means. Encouraging or not. It works well, take the same collars garmin dog collars. It is quite useful for use.
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