Dog Walking

Derek Telford walking 2 dogsLooking for a trustworthy Dog Walker in High Wycombe? Pet sitting High Wycombe ‘Dog Walking Service’ gives you the freedom of a day out while we take your dogs out for a walk, run or just a gentle stroll.

For the last three years Derek has been volunteering for a local dog rescue centre, he has a certificate in pet home sitting and dog walking and is animal first aid trained. He has a complete DBS check and is fully insured to care for pets in their own home.

Part of our service includes a ‘Profile’ of every dog in our care which includes specific information relating to Diet, Play, Behaviour, Vets details and Emergency contact numbers.

Dog Walking Charges:

  • 30 – 60 minutes : £10.00 per dog

Please note that ALL dog walks are tailored to our clients needs and walked in a group of no more than four at a time.

For your convenience we can hold your keys on file for future visits otherwise a small fee of £2.50 will apply for key collection.

Bank Holidays will be charged at double the standard rate

We recently moved to High Wycombe and we were VERY worried about finding a dog walker for our dog Shadow.  Derek has been AMAZING with her, he knows exactly how to handle her so that she encounters dogs at a distance that is comfortable for her, but slowly teaching her that it is OK – all at her pace. Derek has been more than accommodating with our crazy last minute requests (both on weekends and during the week), sometimes we have emailed them Saturday at 3 pm for a 5 pm walk and they have still managed to get to Shadow.
We would recommend Pet sitting High Wycombe to anyone!!”
Clark Bearman

If you need a dog walker please call us for more information and our availability to walk your dog.

We also provide a Dog Let Out Service, Puppy Care and run a Pet Taxi service (animals only please, not people).

Here are some of our canine friends:

Handy Tip:

Walking in front of your dog allows you to be seen as the pack leader. Conversely, if your dog controls you on the walk, he’s the pack leader. You should be the first one out the door and the first one in. Your dog should be beside or behind you during the walk.

When you get home, don’t stop leading. Have your dog wait patiently while you put away his lead or take off your shoes.