Monthly Archives: January 2014

Videos from our Outings…

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Large Puppy Chase!

How Bark and Stride dogs drink ‘on the go’

A dog loves his log

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Bark and Stride now fully insured!

I have recetnyl taken out full pet business insurance to cover me to:

Walk up to 6 dogs at a time,

Transport pets to and from anywhere you wish in my PET TAXI,

House and pet-sit your home,

Look after animals in my own home,

Public liability up to 5,000,000,

House key replacement if I accidentally lose yours!

Pets themselves are covered if anything were to happen to them whilst in my care.

 

For everyone’s peace of mind.

 

 

Christmas Pet-sitting

Over Christmas, Bark and Stride looked after various creatures while their owners went away.

Home visits were made once or twice a day, depending on the needs of each customer. Instructions were followed with regards to feeding, watering, cleaning, collecting mail, turning lamps on and off and even taking things out of the freezer ready for their return!

rabbits

Customers included a pair of rabbits, cats at various addresses within Cambridge, a dog and even a Guinea Pig in the back garden! Cuddles and games were had and owners had peace of mind that theirĀ animals were safe and sound.

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Thank you to all the Bark and Stride Christmas customers and a Happy New Year!

Weekday Dog-Walks

Bark and Stride dog walker, based on Mill Road in central Cambridge travels from Mill Road to Grantchester nearly every weekday, and can drive via Queen Ediths, Newnham, Trumpington or wherever you and your dog are.

The Bark and Stride van is equipped with large and comfortable crates with soft bedding to make that exciting journey to the great outdoors a safe and secure one. Each dog is given fresh water after each walk from either a bottle or a bowl and treats too (if their diet allows of course!).

We usually go dog walking in Grantchester and Coton, but anywhere open and away from people/roads/residential areas is preferred. Each walk last at least an hour and during this time the dogs get to socialise and play with other dogs, swim (if allowed!), play games with sticks and balls, get lots of attention and generally have a great time!

Regular dogs include Kaylie the Labrador, Django and Maise the Poodles, Sasha the Collie X, Chaos the French Mastiff and Charlie the Bichon Frise.