Perhaps you have a puppy that you don’t want to leave for too long, or an elderly dog who can't cross his legs for as long as they were when they were younger?
If you don’t need your dog to be walked but have to leave them for longer than you would like during the day, Happy Dogs can help. We offer a pet visiting service so your dog is not alone all day, and has some time being played with or fussed, or simply having a toilet break.
If you are going out for the day and will be back later than usual, work shifts which mean your dog is left over a feeding time, or have a longer than usual day at work, we can visit your pet and give him them their meal and opportunity to go to the toilet.
Alternatively if you want to go out for the evening and will be back late, we can visit your pet during the course of the evening and provide some TLC and a chance for your dog to go to the toilet before bed time.
We aim to be flexible wherever possible to meet your needs.
Senior Dog Visits
Happy Dogs can visit your puppy while you are at work at appropriate intervals during the day. We will spend time playing with your puppy and ensuring that they have a chance to go to the toilet. We will clean up any accidents and ensure that they have fresh water and food if needed.
We can play with them outside in the garden to get some fresh air or can spend some valuable time taking your puppy for a leg stretch before returning them home. This can provide them with a break during the day with the reassurance of knowing that your puppy has had an opportunity to interact, play and to go to the toilet before you come home.
Elderly dogs do not necessarily need to go for a walk during the day, but may find it hard to manage without opportunity to go to the toilet.
We can give your dog a chance to go to the toilet or take them out for a brief walk and give them some company before leaving them comfortable, with fresh water and a secure home.
This service is ideal if you have a dog that has been left for a few hours before but is now not managing without a toilet break.