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Cats Dogs & Peace of Mind has been walking dogs and visiting cats and other pets throughout London since 1999. We also run the capitals only centrally located fully licensed dog day care creche and overnight pet boarding centre in SE16. We cater for do
We cover the whole of London. All our carers and dog walkers are security checked with the Metropolitan Police's Criminal Records Bureau. We offer: Bespoke pet care; Full insurance cover; Dog walking to your specification; Informative daily logs; Increased home security; Animal grooming; Plant watering; Garden tendering; Basic dog training; Testimonials; Newsletters
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Not for me....
This really is a strange place. My normally very sociable dog came out incredibly shy and timid after a couple of sessions. There was no evidence in my opinion that she had been walked lots and lots, and the place itself was freezing. The staff there when I picked her up were not particularly friendly, I was also concerned to see a couple of dogs tied to the wall. Session two she had to be practically dragged into the place, which again is really unlike her. I decided to vote with my wallet and hire a walker myself. I'm sure the owner of the business set it up with the right intentions, but there is something not right here.
Isabel Charleton - 23/12/2012
When something seems to go to be true...
I tried their dog day care service earlier this year, as I needed a place to leave my dog while I was going to be away later this year, and had heard about them so decided to give them a trial. At first all was good, turned up on the first day and was met by the lady who owns it, and while I thought she seemed a bit strict, I thought that goes with the territory. I noticed it was very cold on there, but as it was first thing in the morning, assumed it would get warmer as the day went on. When I came to collect my dog she seemed very timid, and I was also concerned she seemed a bit wet. I was informed by the rather surly man who was quite aggressive and patronising that I was worrying too much. I was a bit concerned he was completely ignoring the barking going on, but thought he probably got used to it being there all the time. The second time I had to drag the dog across the car park, she just didn't want to go in. There was no sign of the lady owner, just two staff who didn't seem that comfortable. I had to really push the dog in there. I returned slightly earlier than planned to collect her, and was surprised to see a number of the dogs in cages behind the counter, a couple of others fastened to the wall, and mine shaking and one of the minders screaming at the dogs when they barked.. After I paid, got her outside, she was wet again and still trembling. Got her in the car, and she had an accident for the first time ever- I took this as a sign and she hasn't been back since. I'm not sure what really happened but there was certainly no evidence, on my visits of the loving caring atmosphere claimed on the website, which is a shame,as I for one would have loved to have used this service regularly - luckily I advertised locally, and found a sitter, who my dogs love. Morale of the story - if something seems too good to be true, it generallly is.
Eddi L - 18/03/2012
Could not have wished for a better service. Faultless administration, every detail is covered to ensure your pet is well cared for. I was nervous about using a cat sitting service, but wouldn't hesitate another time! Thank you!!
Sarah Chane - 30/08/2008