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Daft about Dogs Welcomes You With Open Paws

Whether you are travelling for business, or it's just another day at the office, Daft about Dogs will be there to feed, walk, play, and of course hug your pets. The bonus for you is absolute peace of mind knowing that your furry friends are receiving plenty of love and attention while you’re out.

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There for your furry friend when you can't be!

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Working long days can seem even longer to your four legged friend, but with Daft About Dogs we can make that time fly by! With collection and drop off at your convenience and a minimum of two walks a day, your furry pal will be just as tired as you are when you get home!

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Pop ins

Held up at work or by traffic and need someone to pop in and save your furry friend having an accident? Or wont be back in time to give them lunch or dinner? Daft about Dogs offers a pop in service to let your furry friend relieve themselves, have a quick play and pat (even a treat or two!) and make sure they are fed and watered.

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 Weekday Dog Walking

Regardless of age or type of dog you have, I have over 20 years of experience with a wide range of breeds both big and small, young and old. With the choice of lone or group walks, half an hour or a full hour, Daft about Dogs have something to suit everyone making weekday dog walking a great option!


Everyone thinks they have the best dog. And none of them are wrong.

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A Little About Myself

How I Became a Dog Walker

My name is Lauren and 4 years ago I moved to Scotland, South Ayrshire with my husband. My experience with dogs started at the age of 6 with my grandmother owning a Jack Russell Terrier and we were inseparable. It took a long time for my parents to finally give in but when I was 19 we welcomed Taz, our Jack Russell Terrier. As years went by, I moved away from the family home, met my husband and came to Scotland in 2013. During that time we helped look after family and friends dogs and walk them just for pleasure; but we both struggled without a dog in the house, having left dogs back in our family homes and made the joint decision to not only take on a dog but adopt from a rescue. We now have not only one, but two Greyhound rescues, one from a racing background our lovely retired boy Bruno and our shy young mischievious girl brought up in kennels, Eliza. As challenging as it was at first, we would not be without them and would love to take on another in the future. However, it became clear that having dogs and working full time meant that we needed a dog walker ourselves to help break up some of the long days when our shifts collided. After 5 years in retail and 6 years in healthcare, something did not seem to fit and the only time I felt completely at ease and happy, was coming home to those wagging tails and happy faces after a long grueling shift. The more I thought about it the more it made sense, I wanted to work with dogs. So here I am, starting my very own business as a dog walker and I can't wait to meet all of my future furry friends and I hope to bring them as much happiness on their walks as they do to me!

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Contact Me

I love dogs and have years of experience working with them. You can trust me to provide a safe, comfortable, fun, and healthy environment for your furry friend. Whether it’s taking them for walks, coming by to feed them or let them out; I’ll watch over your pet as if it were my own.

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07491 492553

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