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Pet Sitting and Dog Walking for Christmas


michelle7984

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In these uncertain times we are all looking forward getting back to a reasonably normal life and with Christmas approaching fast we are thinking more of what we can do to spend time with family members or getting away from it all if you have been unfortunate and been stuck at home working! We here at 'Any Pet Sitting and Walking' are here to pet sit your beloved furry and scaly members of the family.


Importantly our practices have changed to ensure that we are keeping safe working environments for both our clients and staff. Each staff member has been issued PPE which includes - Disposable Gloves, Disposable Masks, Hand Sanitiser, Hibiscrub, disinfectant wipes (animal and human friendly) and have been advised to wipe any surfaces they come into contact with and keep to a strict hygiene routine when entering your home.


We are in the process of taking bookings for the Christmas and New Year.


All our staff have been trained in 'Animal Care and Management' and hold 'Animal First Aid' certification and are DBS checked. (we can also assist in administering medication including injections for Diabetic pets)


The company holds Public Liability Insurance & Company Insurance.


Our charges are:


?14.00 per visit (normal days)


?28.00 per visit (Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Boxing Day & New Years Day) (all bank holidays)


To book please contact Michelle on 07443 942491 to request a booking form or email [email protected]



WE ARE STILL TAKING BOOKINGS FOR ANYONE WHO NEEDS A DOG WALKING SERVICE AND PUPPY CARE WITH OUR DOG TEAM. YOU CAN CONTACT MICHELLE ON THE ABOVE DETAILS.

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