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Hourly Pack Walks

Hourly pack walks are a great way to split your dogs day up when you can't be with them.

Happy Days Pet Care aims to provide the best dog walking service you can find, caring for every dog as if it were our own.

We aim to make every walk great fun for each dog and play with them using a variety of balls, toys and training aids.

One of the Happy Days team will pick your dog(s) up from home/work and head out to a number of potential locations. Our favourite walks include all the local parks, Crimple Valley, Stone Rings, Birk Crag, Killinghall moor, Nidd Gorge and on special occasions we even head to the beach.

You can book your dog(s) in for a morning walk (anywhere between 9:00 & 12:30) or an afternoon walk (anywhere between 13:00 & 16:30) for 60 mins or 90 mins.

 Before we leave, water bowls will be topped up along with any other duties such as meals and medication. We guarantee that your dog will return home safe, happy and tired after an excellent workout.

Is my dog suitable for Pack Walks?

Most dogs are suitable for Hourly Pack Walks however we do have a strict set of rules that we follow to try and make the day run smoothly:

       

How much does it cost?

Pee Break (10 mins in Owners garden): £6.00

1 hour: £10.50 (£16.00 for 2 dogs)

2 hours: £19.00 (£34.00)

If you live outside of our usual catchment area and we are picking up/dropping off your dog, an extra £2.50 per walk will be added to your invoice to help cover the extra petrol used.

        Dogs must have had all their injections.

        Bitches must not be in season.

        Dogs must be friendly with other dogs and people.

        Dogs must be able to walk well on a lead.

        Dogs must be happy when travelling in a car/van.

        Dogs must not be humpy/dominant with other dogs

        Dogs must not be destructive (ie chewing leads etc)

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