Finding the right dog walker is not always easy, particularly if you want to maintain the same routine and training. Then there's the question of trust - who will you be happy with to enter your home, secure it and take a member of your family out for a walk without you being there. Professionalism is important too - what happens if something goes wrong or your personal data is compromised? Last but no means least, are you getting what you pay for? Is your dog getting the very best from their walk or are they being thrown into a stressful situations spending far too much time in a car and less out in the park having fun?
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If it's back to school for the kids in September and back to work for you after lockdown then things will feel strange at home with a new, but vaguely familiar routine to follow. Throw a new puppy into the mix and things could get even more hectic! If you bought a puppy recently or are thinking about it, having puppy care to rely on when you go back to work could be a lifesaver.
It's the most devastating thing a pet owner could imagine and it's on the rise - dog napping cases are going through the roof and there's sadly very little being done about it. Dog owners need to be more vigilant than ever and take preventative steps to ensure their dogs' safety at home.
On Monday 29th June, branch owner Jo celebrated the opening of her new dog grooming salon at We Love Pets Trowbridge with a ribbon cutting event. The new salon welcomed two clients that day for full grooms and a bath. Both left the salon feeling brand new!
We are delighted to offer a new dog grooming service with our first salon opening at Trowbridge on Monday 29th June 2020! We’re expecting huge demand for our dog grooming service coming out of lockdown, particularly as our customers return to work and can have their dog walked and groomed hassle free by our friendly team at Trowbridge. It’s the perfect package for busy dog owners!
Maintaining wellbeing and exercise for our dogs during lockdown is a challenge, not least to keep up essential socialisation to stop nervousness – and in the worst cases, aggressive behaviour - creeping in. Walks are absolutely critical to helping our dogs feel comfortable and confident with other people, other dogs and the world at large.
BBC Wiltshire invites our very own Julie Turner from We Love Pets Marlborough to share some reassuring words for our pet owners during the Covid-19 outbreak.
The latest advice from the Government to stay home on lockdown is a tough measure to abide by, especially when you have a puppy under three months who needs socialising. Nevertheless, we must do what we can to stay safe and well during the Coronavirus pandemic and that means adapting to a new environment where we need to socialise our puppies in isolation. But how?