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Welcome

Welcome To Paws 4 Walkies

Proud to be based in the beautiful market town of Malton, North Yorkshire

Our aim is to ensure that your pet will be given all the love and attention he or she deserves when you’re unable to be there. We’re Louise and Mark and we’ve cared for dogs, cats and small pets since childhood.

We are DBS checked, insured, licensed and hold a canine first aid certificate. They say don’t work with children and animals….well Louise has done both and shes love it! Having been a teacher for 10 years, she decided a change of career was needed.

Mark grew up in a family that owned 5 pet shops so animals were never far away. We both dreamed of being out in the open air surrounded by dogs, or curled up on the sofa relaxing with our feline friends.and are very lucky that we can fulfill our dreams every day!

 

We hope you’ll find that no one will love and take care of your pets and treat them like family as we will! We really hope to meet all your 4 legged friends very soon and welcome them to our Paws 4 walkies adventures!

Services

Our Services

These are the services that we offer for your Pets

Testimonal

Client Feedback

Some of our lovely feedback we have been lucky enough to receive.

Gallery

Photo Gallery

Out and about on some of our walks.

Blog

Recent Blog

We will keep you up to date on all my latest adventures.

If dogs could talk…

If dogs could talk...

Happy New Year from Daisy the Cavapoo

Happy New Year from Daisy the Cavapoo Hello and Happy New Year to all you hoomans and fur babies! Hope you had a woof-erly time – I did. Look at all these pressies! Ok, so they weren’t all for me but a dog can dream! Now where’s that bone!? Let me introduce myself. I’m Daisy [...]

Be careful what your dog eats!

Be careful what they eat! It's always important not to go overboard with treats no matter how tempting it seems! Some foods though are downright dangerous to dogs - we've listed some of the worst ones below. 1. Chocolate Chocolate contains a stimulant called theobromine which is poisonous to dogs.  This affects the central nervous [...]

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