Pooches and Me

Do you have a dog/ puppy who could benefit from socialising skills? Pooches and Me are offering to help your dog/ puppy develop these skills in a controlled environment.
Or could you as an owner benefit from your dog having daycare whilst you are at work or out for the day?
Pooches and Me can also give your dog the chance to run off lead in a secure field allowing them the ability to run free.
All what we offer involves your dog growing in confidence and learning to trust in other dogs.
If your dog could benefit please get in touch: 07803348799 or 07903864497
or following us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/poochesdogdaycareandboarding/

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