Established since 2016, Poppy'n'Pals is a friendly, reliable and caring professional Dog Walking and Pet Care Service. We are also rated as one of the Top 3 Dog Walkers in Telford and Wrekin.
I'm Natasha, owner of Poppy'n'Pals. The name was inspired by my lovable dog called Poppy. I'm a huge animal lover, dogs are my life and I grew up in an animal loving environment, owning lots of pets: dogs, cats, fish, hamsters, guinea pigs, birds and rabbits (we were a mini pet zoo). Another of my passions, is walking; I love exploring interesting and enriching walks with my dogs. We often take trips out to lots of hidden gems...thriving on canine enrichment.
We don't just pick up and walk dogs; we thoroughly care for their needs and build a loving relationship with your pets. Most of our walks are in country locations, away from roads, walkers and public places so the dogs can enjoy their environment and feel safe. All walks are tracked so you can see the route and duration your dog has walked. Plus you will receive pictures and updates after each walk. Our aim is to ensure that our dogs are happy, safe, mentally stimulated, well exercised, reduce and/or eradicate any behavioural issues, cared for and loved. In addition to this, our small group walks provide interaction with other friendly dogs. Our small groups have been well socialised; ensuring all dogs have been gradually introduced to the group and are well matched. Plus we always treat your pets as our own, with lots of love and care.
Over the years, my team has expanded to three experienced 'Dog Walking Assistants' Sharon, Trish and Aiden, who assist in the 'Small group Social walks'.
At Poppy'n'Pals, we like to end our walk with a snuggle and a treat and guarantee that all your pets will be cared for. Plus you will receive pictures and updates after each walk.
In addition, we are fully insured with Pet Care Sanctuary and DBS checked. I'm also qualified in Pet First Aid, Level 3 Diploma in Dog Behaviour and Dog Psychology. We are also a member of The Pet Industry Federation