Nova has been out, enjoying her morning walks. She was a lockdown puppy, so was quite nervous when I first started walking her because she hadn’t seen much of anyone or anything apart from her immediate family. I’m pleased to report she’s a lot more relaxed now though and seems to enjoy her walks more and more.
Chino has been enjoying some lunchtime home visits recently. Along with his friend Frank, he usually has a good run around the garden, chasing bubbles and anything else that moves for that matter!
Venus and Roco have been out for daily walks again this week. They like sticks, although this one might have been a bit big for them to manage!
Chino and Frank have been out enjoying the sunny weather this week. It’s been cold and wet for ages here, but the sun has come out over the last two or three days. So we’re all making the most of it while it lasts!
This is Odin. He’s joining us every weekday from now on for ‘doggy daycare’ while his owner is at work. He’s happily running around Andy Walks HQ, looking for tennis balls and other toys I’ve hidden to give him something to do.
With lots of people returning to work post-lockdown, it’s important to remember it can be a very long day for our furry friends if they are stuck in an empty house. We can help, even if your pet doesn’t want a walk, we can do home visits from 30 minutes duration to check on them or, like Odin, you can book them in for doggy daycare. Give us a call on 07837 306824 for more details.
Spring has definitely arrived here in Derbyshire. The temperature got to 20c last week, the daffodils are in flower and the trees are full of blossom.
With lockdown restrictions begining to lift, lots of people are finding themselves heading back to work too, so I’ve never been so busy with dog walking and pet sitting. One of the new starters is Jack the Pug, who is now enjoying regular morning walks near his new home.
There are other new starters too, but I do still have limited slots available. So if your pet needs looking after when you’re back at work, get in touch for a chat about the options available.
The daffodils are pushing through now. These were growing beside the river where Hardwick and Bess go for their walk on a Wednesday.
Hello to Bess and Hardwick, who have both started having weekly walks recently. Here they are this week, enjoying their afternoon out in the sunshine. Who would believe the photo below was taken just a stones throw from the M1 motorway?
There were some nice days this last week. On at least a couple of mornings the sun was out and the sky was blue. It makes all the difference when there’s a lot of walking to do.
The photo was taken on Bolsover hill, with the castle in the background.