These are normally for puppies between 8 weeks and 4 months. They consist of stimulating playtime, easy training, pee break, feeding and loads of cuddles
Once they have had their inoculations, we will take them out for small strolls of no more than 15 minutes, to socialise them with the great outside world.
Once they are older, they are welcome to join the Whistlers Dog Walking Service
Puppies should be fed smaller, more frequent meals when they are young. Your vet can recommend the serving size that best fits your puppy’s needs. Normal recommendations are: From ages 8-12 weeks puppies should be fed four times a day. From 3-6 months, feedings can be reduced to three times a day. For ages 6 months and older, twice daily feedings should suffice.
All of that running around can wear a puppy out! Remember that puppies are growing constantly, and sleep is required to develop a puppy’s central nervous system, immune system, brain, and muscles. In general, puppies should sleep around 15-20 hours a day!
|1 x 30 min visit||£10|
|2 x 30 min visit||£13|