Hi, I'm Rob and welcome to Dog Walkz.
Established in 2016, we offer a dog walking service covering Steeton, Silsden, Eastburn and Sutton-In-Craven.
Whether it's walking in the rain or snow, or whether it's dropping in to water and play with your dog, whether the weather is kind or not, we are here.
Dogs are amazing and we understand that being a dog owner is wonderful. That's why we will endeavour to give your dog the same treatment they get at home.
Check out the GALLERY tab to see photos of our fantastic customers.
Insured and DBS (CRB) Checked
Bradford Council Homeboarding Licence
Initial Set-up is Free - We will visit your home to meet your dog and see what your requirements may be
Dog Walking -
One Dog - 1 Hour £10.00
One Dog - Half Hour £6.50
Additional Dog - 1 Hour £6.00
Additional Dog - Half Hour £3.50
Out of hours rates -
An additional charge of £5.00 on top of normal rate
Home Visits -
A drop in service where we water and play with your dog/dogs and take them for a short walk.
One dog £8.00 for 30 minutes
One dog £10.50 for 45 minutes
One dog £12.50 for 60 minutes
Two dogs £11.00 for 30 minutes
Two dogs £14.00 for 45 minutes
Two dogs £17.00 for 60 minutes
Three dogs £15.00 for 30 minutes
Three dogs £17.50 for 45 minutes
Three dogs £20.00 for 60 minutes
2 Thornhill Grove, Steeton
07933 748 462
Facebook Messenger available
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday - Friday
9:00 AM - 4:00pm
Saturday (out of hours rates apply)
Out of Hours Rates apply
Monday - Friday - Before 8am, after 5:00pm
VACCINATIONS and KENNEL
Make sure you protect your pets and keep them safe by keeping up to date with their vaccinations.
If the number of pets protected by vaccines drops our animal companions could be at risk from an outbreak of infectious diseases, some of which can be transmitted to humans.
When to vaccinate
When puppies are born they are usually protected from infections by their mother’s milk, providing she has been regularly vaccinated. However, this protection only lasts a few weeks so they need regular vaccinations from an early age.
Puppies are typically vaccinated at eight and 10 weeks, kittens at nine and 12 weeks, with an initial course of two injections. Your young pet should then be given a booster 12 months after their first vaccination.
Dogs should be routinely vaccinated against:
Canine distemper virus
Infectious canine hepatitis.
If your dog will be spending some time in kennels they may also be given a kennel cough vaccine. This vaccine is usually given intra-nasally (into a nostril) and protects against parainfluenza virus and bordetella bronchiseptica.
The cough associated with Kennel Cough, is a high-pitched, honk-like cough, sometimes followed by retching. Kennel Cough is a highly contagious. The disease is associated most often with dogs housed in a boarding kennel. The infectious agents can be transmitted through the air or by contact with contaminated surfaces.
Dogs travelling abroad may require a rabies vaccination.
Liability Insurance - Through Weald Insurance
Policy number and dates:C4W/029946012013/01081
Police Check - DBS - Scottish Disclosure
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