The Diary of a Dog Walker…

Dog Walker and Understanding More About the Behaviors of Your Pet Dogs

I became a Dog Walker full time just over six months ago, and I love my job.   I’m the owner of my own business and get to work with dogs all day to name just a few of the positives. However I see a lot of adverts suggesting that Dog Walking or even Pet Sitting is an easy way to earn a few extra pounds during the week with very little effort. There is a lot more to running your own Pet Care business than simply ‘walking a dog.’ Before I even start walking a new client’s dog, I … Continue reading

Important Tips for Owners and Friends of Reactive Dogs

Reactive Dogs? Tips on How to Deal With Reactive Dogs…

There are many dog owners across the UK that share their homes with a Reactive Dog. A dog that can react by lunging, growling, barking, snapping or even biting certain stimulus whether that be dogs, other animals or even people. The owners and people in these dogs’ lives have to learn to deal with their dog’s reactivity, learn to read their dog’s body language, help come up with a training plan to combat the reactivity and also cope with hundreds of potential triggers when out walking. Briefly, there could be many reasons why a dog starts to exhibit signs of reactivity. … Continue reading

3 Simple Ways to Market Your Pet Business

Pet Business Easy Marketing Strategy

As a pet professional of any kind, be it a kennel owner, groomer, pet sitter or dog walker, your main concern in your day to day operations is the dogs you’ve been entrusted to care for. Your entire business revolves around these animals, so they need to be your top priority. You set some time aside for necessary administrative tasks, but the pets in your care need you. And let’s be honest, you’d much rather spend your time with them. So how are you supposed to find the time to market your business on top of it all? Marketing can … Continue reading

Why Your Dog Chews and How to Manage It

Chew Issues With Dogs? How to Help Your Dog Control Chewing…

We’ve all been there. We get home from a long day of work to find our living pillows ripped to shreds! Our dog greets us with a look of mischievous guilt on his face. We want to get mad, but we can’t. It’s like firing an employee for being inappropriate at last year’s Christmas party! The deed’s been done, and nothing can put the pillows back together. What’s important right now is to make sure this doesn’t happen again. But how exactly can you protect your furniture from your dog’s uncontrollable urge to chew? The first step is to understand … Continue reading