Get to Know Me
I have always had pets and know how much time it takes to give them the exercise and attention they need as well as working yourselves.
That is where I come in, offering a wide range of animal sitting, day care drop-ins, walking services for your pets. I started this business to help you give your pets the best quality of life, offering additional services for free such as nutritional advice, training advice, handy tips to make life as easy as possible for you with animal welfare my number one priority.
I am a fully qualified Pet Sitter & Dog Walker, with diplomas in Pet Sitting & Dog Walking, Pet Nutrition, Pet Psychology and Dog Grooming awarded by IVCAS.
I am fully insured under Protectivity Insurance as well as having a current Basic DBS certificate.
I also offer very unique Equine Services, where I will care and potentially exercise (upon assessment) your horse for you while you are away, which is great for those who have other animals too as there are discounts for multiple animals. I studied horses for 6 years, attaining the highest possible grade in a Level 3 Extended Diploma in Horse Management from Hadlow College and graduating with a BSc (Hons) Equestrian Psychology and Sports Science degree from Nottingham Trent University. Whilst at Hadlow College I had the opportunity to take my British Horse Society exams fully funded due to my grades and dedication completing my BHS Stage 1, 2 & 3 and Ride and Road Safety.
Something very important to me is conservation of rare breeds! At Nottingham Trent University I worked closely with the Rare Breeds Survival Trust investigating solutions for maintaining a healthy Shire Horse population in the UK, which I hope to carry on as future study one day. I'm also on the committee for my local Shire Horse Charity SESHA, my work with them includes Members Secretary, Treasurer, Joint Show Secretary and Head Social Media Representative where I help to spread awareness of the Rare Breed as well as plan their large country shows.
Another field close to my heart is Equine Assisted Therapy. During my time at Nottingham Trent I was able to complete training for Horse Boy Method 1, this training is in the Equine Assisted Learning/ Therapy field. It is a big passion of mine working with children who have physical disabilities and/or learning disabilities, in future years I will be pursuing further training in the Equine Assisted Therapy field with the aim to start my own therapy yard.