Cat and Puppy Pop Ins

Cat Feeding and Puppy Pop Ins

Muddy Puddles Dorset Cat Feeding Cat Vists

We provide a home pop-in service in Blandford to love, feed and care for your dog, puppy, cat, rabbit, hamster or other small animal, while they remain in the familiar and non stressful surroundings of their own home, without the need for kennels, cattery or small furry boarding.

Muddy Puddles Dorset will feed, water, clean up after, entertain, play with and love your dog, puppy, cat or rabbit to a very high standard on our twice daily half hour visits.  Coming home to a relaxed and happy pet is their way of thanking you for not sending them away while you were away.

Please note we cannot offer a visiting service for dogs who are to be left alone overnight. Puppies graduate from Muddy Visits to Muddy Walkies from 6 months old.

Half hour dog, puppy, cat and pet visits in Blandford and immediate villages  cost £8 per visit. Add £3 for each extra pet.

GET IN TOUCH

Muddy Puddles Dorset will love and feed your cat, providing companionship and cuddles (if they want them) and perhaps we can provide a lap for a cat nap during our visits; we will love and entertain your puppy, helping with toilet training and tricks with uncapped cuddles while you are at work; we will love and clean out your rabbit, keeping their environment clean and their food bowls topped up to spoil them rotten. If you would like to chat about who we are, what we do and how we can help keep your pets happy and entertained, loved and cared for while you are away, don’t hesitate in reaching out via our Contact Form.

Insured, CRB checked, Pet First Aid certified, Muddy Puddles Dorset abides by the NARPSUK Code of Practice (National Association of Registered Pet Sitters).

07886 322655 muddy@muddypuddlesdorset.com

ABOUT

Ed and Tracy (Aunty Muddy) are a soon to be husband and wife team and have been professionally pet sitting in Blandford and nearby villages since 2011, with Ed joining the business full time in 2021. Tracy grew up in Blandford with a house and garden full of animals and horses down the road, Ed was lucky enough to grow up on a farm in Durweston. We love to make sure your little ones are thriving in your absence.

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