YOUR AND LOVING PET CARE SERVICE

A warm welcome to Paw Pals. Your professional and loving pet care service
with branches across the UK.

FIND YOUR LOCAL PAW PAL

FRANCHISE OPPORTUNITIES

Do you love pets, the outdoors
and want to work for yourself?
Then contact us for more details
about the fantastic pet care business opportunity.

LOVE DOGS?

Paw Pals are looking for Host
Families to look after our clients’
dogs in the comfort of your own
home whilst they are on holiday.

Paw Pals covers a wide area in the uk and is continuing to

Whether your dog needs a walkies while you are at work, your moggy needs some fuss and feeding for your weekend away or the bunny needs a special place to stay with cuddles included for your summer holiday, our network of Paw Pals pet sitters care for your beloved pets when you are not able to.

With considerable experience in caring for pets of all shapes and sizes, Paw Pals can offer tailor-made care following you and your pets’ usual routine, minimising stress and anxiety that can sometimes occur during your time apart. From daily dog walking and cat feeding to small animal boarding and home sitting, pets can be cared for in the comfort of their own home or in a ‘home from home’ environment with your local carer.

WITH PAW PALS, YOU CAN HAVE TOTAL PEACE OF MIND;YOUR PET IS IN THE HANDS OF A TOP PROFESSIONAL, WHO CARES AS MUCH AS YOU DO!

Dog Sitting Salisbury

FIND YOUR LOCAL BRANCH

We have Paw Pals franchises all across the country. Find the closest franchise to you using our handing postcode search below. Our franchisees will be delighted to chat to you and meet your pets!

OUR PET SERVICES

Paw Pals offers an array of services to suit the needs of both you and your pet, making your time apart from them as happy and stress-free as possible.

Dog Walkers Witney

MEET THE PAW PALS

Paw Pals began as a family run pet sitting business in 2005, established to offer an innovative alternative to dog kennels and cattery, or having to rely on neighbours or family for holiday pet care.

Dog Sitting Services Oxford

NEWS & COMMENT

Keep up to date with the latest news, events and happenings from across the Paw Pals range of services and franchises. There’s always something fun and interesting that’s occurring!

Paw Pals Pet Sitting UK - Dog Walking, Pet Sitting & Boarding

For more information, FB message, call or email us for a FREE information pack. We have franchisees around the UK offering pet care services in: Ashington, Buckingham, Cheshire East, Eastbourne & Hailsham, East Surrey, Kingston upon Thames, Hartlepool, Nottingham, Reading, Saltburn, Redcar & Cleveland, Romford, Salisbury, Stockton-on-Tees, Sutton & NE Surrey, Telford North and West Oxfordshire. Please visit our website for more information.
Paw Pals Pet Sitting UK - Dog Walking, Pet Sitting & Boarding
Paw Pals Pet Sitting UK - Dog Walking, Pet Sitting & Boarding
I received this card in the post this morning from Children With Cancer UK, as I ran the London Marathon with them a few weeks ago. Anyway, the card was designed by a young lady called Maisie, who is being treated for acute lymphoblastic leukeamia. Of all the things she could have painted, she chose a young girl with her arms around a cat and a dog. Now I'm guessing, but I think it shows how much Maisie's pets mean to her. As well as praying for Maisie's continued recovery, I will have this in mind as i care for my clients pets today; just how important they are and how much they can mean, especially to our most precious people - our children.
Paw Pals Pet Sitting UK - Dog Walking, Pet Sitting & Boarding
Paw Pals Pet Sitting UK - Dog Walking, Pet Sitting & Boarding
Sometimes the dog and the location just work. Come on Skye, check out the view!
Paw Pals Pet Sitting UK - Dog Walking, Pet Sitting & Boarding
Paw Pals Pet Sitting UK - Dog Walking, Pet Sitting & Boarding
MIILIONS OF ANIMALS HELPING LONELINESS IN THE YOUNG.
From the recent PFMA convention, we've learned the pet population stands at about 19.5 million. With the anticipated 9 million dogs, cats took a little drop to 7.5 million.
That's one in four homes having a dog and just under (17.5%) with a cat.
But I was surprised that just 1% of homes have a rabbit, hamster or guinea pig. Maybe people are realising the amount of work entailed to care for small furies properly.
Well worth the effort to see a healthy animal; and what better way to help the loneliness that three quarters of us sometimes feel lonely.
Sadly more so in those aged 16-34 than over 50s.
So, research your pet, budget for it in time and money and get a pet sitter for workdays and holidays.
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Paw Pals Pet Sitting UK - Dog Walking, Pet Sitting & Boarding shared a post.
RABBIT CARE
Recognizing Heat Stroke in Your Pet Rabbit
Heat can be very dangerous to rabbits. They are more susceptible to heat stroke than humans, so if you are feeling hot imagine how your bunny feels.

Here are the symptoms of heat stroke in rabbits:

Reddening of the ears
Panting
Lethargy
Salivating
Weakness/Slow movement
Acting Confused
Convulsing
If your rabbit exhibits any of these symptoms begin misting their ears with cool water and immediately call your vet. Never put your rabbit under cold water or into a cold bath if they appear to have heat stroke.

To help prevent this condition in your pet rabbit, there are several ways to keep your bunny cool as the temperature rises.

Provide an area for your bunny that is out of direct sunlight. A little shade can make a big difference in temperature.
Stone or ceramic tiles will provide a nice cool feeling on their bunny bellies.
Air conditioning can help alleviate those warm feelings.
Open windows that provide a breeze. A fan can also be used, but do not have it blow directly onto your bun.
Groom your rabbit. Helping your rabbit to rid themselves of excess fur will help cool them down.
Freeze some water bottles and leave them out for your bun. They enjoy laying in the cooled air around these bottles and may even lick some condensation off the sides.
Water! Provide plenty of cool fresh water for your buns. You can add an ice cube or two and watch bunny happily lick at them.
Give ’em a spray. Rabbits use their ears to regulate temperature, so by spraying some water mist on their ears you can help cool them down. Never get the ears completely wet; a quick mist will do.
A cool damp towel draped over an area where they hang out, their cage perhaps. Make sure it is not dripping right on your rabbit
Veggies! Give your bunny vegetables to help keep them hydrated. You can leave a little water on them after you rinse them off to add to their water intake
Using these tips and some common sense, you can avoid heat stroke. However, it is important to know the signs in case heat stroke does occur.
Paw Pals Pet Sitting UK - Dog Walking, Pet Sitting & Boarding
Paw Pals Pet Sitting UK - Dog Walking, Pet Sitting & Boarding
Being a small dog is.................. knowing your limits and refusing to give in to them!
Paw Pals Pet Sitting UK - Dog Walking, Pet Sitting & Boarding
Paw Pals Pet Sitting UK - Dog Walking, Pet Sitting & Boarding
Further to the previous post: beware the temptation of the extra large puddle!