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Dog Walking

One hour walk in nature. Includes collection and return, then plenty of running, playing, sniffing and adventure, plus a good wipe down before coming home!  – £12

We offer a range of walks to suit every dog’s needs, so whether you have a young one that loves to run, an older one that prefers a slower pace or anything in between, we ensure they will return happy and well exercised. All our walks take place in countryside and nature, both on and off a lead (with your permission of course) and are designed to provide a mix of effective exercise and mental stimulation – in other words plenty of running, playing, sniffing and adventure! We will collect and return your dog to their home and provide all leads, bags etc as part of the service. It’s also no problem if you need to be at work or elsewhere when we arrive, as we securely keep keys for all our owners who prefer that convenience.

Dog Day Care

A full day of care. Includes collection and return, an hour-long walk in nature plus all the playtime, cuddles and affection they want in our home! – £22

If you’re looking for more than a walk, then Bright Eyes day care is the answer. We collect your dog in the morning ready for a full day of care and adventure with us. Each day includes at least an hour-long walk  (unless you prefer less) in local countryside, then all the socialising, playtime with us and our dog toys, naps and cuddles they could possibly want. In the evening we will return your happy, well-exercised – and clean! – dog to their home for you to see yourself their bright eyes!

Home Boarding & Sitting

Dog home boarding. Includes collection and return, everything in our day care service plus feeding and overnight stay in our home – £28 per 24 hours

If you’re going away overnight or on holiday for a few weeks, we can look after your dog in our home for their very own doggy vacation. Our home boarding service includes collection and return to your home, a good hour-long walk each day, all the play, cuddles and attention they need, feeding according to their routine and at the end of every fun day, a comfy sleep in our home like they would in their own (we never use kennels or crates for any of our ‘guests’). We are very happy to use your dog’s own bedding if you’d prefer them to have some home-comforts but we provide all leads, bedding, bowls as part of the service.


How many dogs do you take?

We take up to five dogs at any one time. We like to keep our numbers low so we can be attentive to all dogs in our care.


Where will you walk my dog?

In the countryside surrounding Cheltenham. We vary our walks as we feel It is important dogs experience new areas, smells and activities because, just like humans, they can become bored and disengaged with a continuously repeated walk.


What kind of dogs do you take?

All breeds, sizes and needs. We will get to know your dog's personality and be able to match their needs to the type of walk they take. Some breeds require long distance walking, others desire more interactive play, some paddle and other just love to have a good sniff! Older dogs can have weaker joints, so need a walk with a flatter surface.


I have a nervous dog, how will you manage this?

No need to worry about them - we can ensure you this will not prevent your dog from having a wonderful time. The great thing about dogs is that they live in the moment, so we will be able to build up their confidence the more they interact with new sights, smells and friends. Every dog is individual and requires an individual approach. When we first meet them we will be able to access their requirements. Again, anything that you personally require, we will happily accommodate.


Do you pick up? Do I need to be at home when you do?

We will pick up your dog from their home and drop them back afterwards. It is up to you whether you are in or out, if you wish, you can leave a key with us that will be kept securely on our premises.


What is the first step?

We recommend first arranging a trial day to ensure your dog fits in, which gives us the time to get to know them and their personality. If you have a nervous dog, or have concerns yourself,  we're very happy to first meet you and your dog either in your home or ours.


How do you get to know my dog?

We're very experienced in quickly building a rapport with all the dogs we meet, once they are comfortable with us, we spend time learning about their individual personality. To help us with this We like to know details such as their favourite toys, tickles games and treats.


Do you cater for special needs?

Yes. Nothing is too much trouble for your dog. We have cared for young, old, those with social difficulties, physical aliments and puppies. All will be safe, happy and cared for.


Do I need to provide anything?

If it is a walk then nothing at all, as we provide the leads, doggy bags etc. For Day Care/Boarding if you would like to provide treats, toys, basket, you can do, but this is not essential as we will have everything ready for their stay.


Do you ever use crates or cages?

NO. NEVER. We do not agree with this practice, your dog will be free to roam at all times and will never be left alone.


Do you have insurance?

Yes, we are fully insured for every eventuality.

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