Dog Almighty!

Rachel started dog walking professionally in 2007, after leaving a career in education and teaching, to spend more time with her own dogs. Over the years she has developed a holistic approach to dog care, focusing on modern force free training; behavioural issues; mental stimulation; breed specific requirements; injury prevention and rehabilitation; physical/medical issues; rescue dogs; sporting dogs; canine law; health and nutrition.

Walkies with Rachel

Each long walk will take in the sights, smells and sounds that every dog loves — fields, water and woodland will ensure your doggy is in seventh heaven! Dogs can enjoy the freedom of running free and enjoy play and socialisation with other dogs. You can relax, safe in the knowledge that Rachel’s skills are used to create an encompassing care package – with action packed, energetic, varied and stimulating walks!

Your dog will enjoy…

  • long walks with an experienced walker & multiple dog handler
  • travel in a crated van, each crate with deep memory foam waterproof bedding
  • a repertoire of over 50 safe, dog friendly walks
  • emergency procedure & seasonal hazards procedure
  • a walker committed to Continued Professional Development & dog welfare
  • training support using force free methods only

Your dog will need…

  • to be well socialised with dogs
  • a reliable recall
  • to be well behaved around bicycles, runners, children etc.
  • a microchip & tag containing all legal info.
  • fully vaccinated, inc kennel cough, flea’d & wormed
  • a good level of fitness and mobility

Areas covered

Clayton-le-Woods, Clayton Green, Whittle-le-Woods, Heapey, Wheelton, Buckshaw, Euxton, Astley Village, North Chorley.

Choosing a dog walker

It’s worth being aware that unlike child care, dog walking is not monitored by a regulatory body. Anyone can become a dog walker, so for peace of mind, be sure to thoroughly research the service you are paying for. A good dog walker will be happy to discuss their routine and procedures in detail and answer all your questions. Consider doing a ‘dry run’ with your dog walker so that you can see how your dog is transported, where he will be walked, you can meet the other dogs and see how long your dog’s walks will be.