Dog walking services in your area
A dog walker will pick up your dog from your home for a walk
A dog walker will visit your home and take your dog out for a fun walk.
Our experienced dog walkers will provide your dog with their daily mental and physical stimulation. Daily walks are a great way for your pooch to stay healthy and happy.
Your dog can be walked alone or in a small group. The personalised experience our dog walkers provide means that your dog can enjoy their walk the way they want to.
How does it work?
Booking a dog walker with Pawshake is easy and safe.
1. Search for a dog walker
Choose from a range of experienced dog walkers nearby.
2. Organise a free meet and greet
Meet your sitter for free before you make a dog walking booking. This ensures it’s a perfect match.
3. Safely confirm your booking
Benefit from in-house customer support and free veterinary coverage.
Why choose Pawshake for dog walking?
We've got you and your dog covered
Peace of mind guarantee
Experienced local sitters
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Frequently asked questions
Your dog walking questions answered
How long is a dog walking booking?
On average, a dog walk lasts for 30 minutes. If you have any special requirements, you can also discuss them with the sitter, who can then adjust the dog walk to suit your dog.
What is included in a dog walking booking?
During the dog walking booking, your sitter will walk and engage with your dog on a safe route. Your dog walker will also not let your dog off lead unless they have previously discussed it with you and they are in an appropriate area
Who will be walking my dog?
Pawshake only accepts sitters who have experience and/or qualifications caring for pets. You will get to search, choose and have a free meet and greet with your dog walker prior to making a booking.
Will my dog be walked alone?
Our dog walkers are flexible and can cater the walks to suit your dog's needs. If your dog is selective about walking with other dogs or you prefer for your dog to be walked alone, be sure to mention this to your dog walker.