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Here at Dog Days Out it is our duty to make sure that your beloved Pooches are walked, looked after and treated exactly how they should be and how you want them to be. We want you to feel safe in the the knowledge that whilst your dog is out walking with us, we are fully insured with our own Top Spec dog walking insurance, we also have public liability insurance for when we collect and return the animals to their home. For those dogs that need a little more love and attention we also offer a first class day care facility and should you need it we also offer an overnight doggie sleep over option.
Smart parents and educators teach children to approach all dogs with caution but to NEVER approach a strange dog or one sporting such a flag, without using extreme caution. You should also receive permission from the dogs handler or owner. Spread the word about the use of coloured flags on dogs in public. You might just save a child or a pet from serious injury.
People often ask about anyone supplying Dog Walking in West Sussex or dog walkers in West Sussex dog walking West Sussex Dog owners enjoy numerous health and social benefits by walking their dog a few times a week. Benefits include improved cardiovascular fitness, lower blood pressure, stronger muscles and bones built up by walking regularly, and decreased fatigue.
We understand that sometimes it is hard to give your prized pooch that one to one service that they require and desire but at the same time it can be quite daunting to socialise your dog with others but with us we will walk upto 6 dogs at a time but if this is not for your dog then we can work around that.
Sometimes dogs just don’t like other dogs or humans, this is why we work with the ribbon routine. Few people actually understand a yellow or red leash means anything other than the owner’s colour preference and bandanas tied around the neck are often thought to be fashion statements, not a warning.
A flag tied to the leash or animal in a prominent spot is more likely to garner the approaching person’s attention and at least give them pause as to its meaning.
A yellow flag is best suited for dogs that are uncomfortable or nervous being approached by strangers, either two or four legged. A red flag indicates your dog may become aggressive if approached too closely by man or beast.