Frequently Asked Questions

Q1) Are you insured?

Yes. Paw Prints holds full public liability insurance, which also includes cover for care, custody and control of animals. All new clients receive a copy of our insurance.

Q2) Are you a member of Brighton & Hove City Councils Professional Dog Walkers Code of Conduct?

Yes. Paw Prints has been inspected and approved by a Brighton & Hove City Council Animal Welfare Officer.

Q3) What are your terms and conditions?

Our terms and conditions can be found on our website.

Q4) Do you walk dogs off the lead?

Yes, but only with the owners written consent.

Q5) How long does a dog walk last?

A standard group walk lasts for 1 hour, this does not include pick-up or drop off.

Q6) Where do you walk?

Paw Prints does its entire dog walking in safe and secure environments away from public highways and other disturbances. Usual locations include Devil's Dyke, Wild Park, Stanmer Park and Sheepcote Valley.

Q7) How much do you charge for your services?

Please see our tariff page for prices on all of our services.

Q8) What areas do you cover?

Paw Prints is based in the Hanover district of Brighton and we cover the whole Brighton and Hove.

Q9) Can you administer my pets medication?

Paw Prints are happy to administer medication for your pet(s)

Q10) Do you take bitches in season?

No. It is Paw Prints policy to never take a bitch that is in season.

Q11) Do your services cater for all dog breeds?

We take each dog on its own merit and not on reputation of particular breeds. We meet all dogs before we walk them and each new dog is subject to a trial period. Any instances of aggressive behaviour will not be tolerated and those dogs will be barred from our walks.

We also decline to take any male dog over the age of 1 year that has not been castrated. In our experience other dogs take exception to un-castrated males as they give off a particular scent.

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