Mapperley Park dog walk with Phantom & Shiro

Phantom a cockerpoo and Shiro a shiba inu having a play date dog walk at Mapperley park. Phantom has grown so much in the space of 4 months since we last seen him before lock down! He is such a big softy and full of playful energy, these two had a good play at Mapperley park today, running around and chasing the ball, I can happily say they were both very tired after this!

New client out for a walk at woodthorpe grange park

New client!

This is Lucky, a 13 year old rescue, she is a beagle cross terrier and what a softy she is. Took her for a lovely sunny walk round woodthorpe grange park earlier this morning before the heat kicked in. She is our regular Monday to Friday lunchtime walk client and we are thrilled to have her join us here at Walking for paws Nottingham.

Gedling country park dog walk adventure

Out on a dog walk with 3 rescue dogs today, enjoying gelding country park in the early morning sun.

Here we have Levi a 6 year old collie rescue, enjoying the sunshine on his morning walk.

Here we have willow, a 3 year old staffordshire bull terrier cross collie rescue dog who really likes to have belly rubs!

And the 3rd is a little old boy called Buster, a 14 year old staffordshire bull terrier rescue dog who is so lovely and sweet, he was found tied to a post 4 months before his owners rescued him, he is such a sweet little boy, I always have a soft spot for a staffy.

Walking For Paws Nottingham is back with extra measures

I hope everyone has been staying safe & is managing well during this pandemic. Walking For Paws Nottingham is back with extra measures in place to comply with regulations from Canine and Feline Sector Group (CFSG). Social distancing will still be taking place & I will be using my own leads for walking clients pooches. I look forward to seeing all my loyal customers & welcoming new ones.. I hope everyone can enjoy some sun these next couple of days. STAY SAFE

Wollaton hall and deer park adventure

Today we went on a special winter sun walk around wollaton halls grounds. The weather may be cold at the moment but that does not stop us from getting out into the fresh air and streching our legs. On our adventure we came across some deer in the distance followed by a few common crane around the beautiful lake.