Barks in ParksPremier Dog Walking and Pet Sitting Services in the Heart of West Yorkshire. Welcome to Barks in Parks Dog Walking and Pet Sitting Services ? your first choice for professional, friendly and reliable pet services in Bradford and the surrounding areas. Barks in Parks ensures your pet will be in safe hands. We are happy to care for pets of any size or breed, and most importantly will look after them as if they were our own. We are proud to be fully insured and DBS Checked with over 10 years of experience. We offer you a professional, reliable service with fully trained, experienced dog walkers. We also offer your pet human and canine companionship as well as exercise and attention when you can?t be there. Dog Walking Your dog will be walked on one of our carefully chosen local country parks, where they will have fun, exercise and company to break up their day, ensuring you come home to a relaxed and contented dog. 60 minute walk ? ?10.00 90 minute walk ? ?15.00 Individual Walks ? ?15.00 per 60 minutes Each additional dog in the same household ?5.00 per 60 minute walk We also reward our regular customers with discounts offered for 3 or more 60 minute walks booked per week ? reduced to ?9.00 per walk (saving you up to ?7.00 per week). Your dog will get walked for the full 60 or 90 minutes depending on booking, this time starts from when we arrive at the walk location and not when your dog is picked up, so rest assured that your dog will get a good full walk. We are fully insured to walk up to six dogs at a time. Whilst every effort is made to have walks one-to-one, most of the time your dog will be walked with other friendly dogs, unless otherwise specified by you. Our experience and expertise with hundreds of dogs means your dog will be looked after in the same way you look after your dog, and will be returned home safely from every walk. We cover anywhere within a 10 mile radius of BD13. Pet Sitting Going on holiday? Or nee...
Queensbury Square, Quennsbury
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