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Dog walking buddys needed!!

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by JJAK, Jun 17, 2010.


  1. JJAK

    JJAK PetForums VIP

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    Iv only lived where i live since february,
    since then we were given a rescue dog, who, 99% of the time in fantastic, coming on in leaps and bounds...

    now its time for her to make some friends,
    due to her being a stray from birth to 7 months and then going into various homes being an only dog, she needs some doggy socialisation (she lives with out JRT and it took them nearly 2 weeks to 'click')

    SO i need a doggy walking buddy, in nottinghamshire, south notts side so stapleford, chillwell, beeston areas.

    just need to get her out and about, weve hoping to take her to an open dog show in august, but if she isnt better socialised by then, were not going (obviously she sees dogs in the park, on walks etc but she needs something more!) !
     
  2. hawksport

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    I'm right next to you but can't do any dog walking for a couple of weeks
     
  3. JJAK

    JJAK PetForums VIP

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    thats not a problem :)

    any chance to get her to meet any other dogs is a good thing i think,
    we just need some dog walking buddys because shes 15months old and done NOTHING, we got her at 13 months old and she didnt even know how to sit!!
     
  4. Sheen and Eli

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    Hello,
    I'm in Long Eaton an early dog walker (just after school run) but can recommend Docholme as a nice walk most over there are friendly and know each other. West parks nice too and springfield for an enclosed run around.
    I only go where I can walk in the week, cant drive.
    If you see a big hairy lurcher say hello
     
  5. JJAK

    JJAK PetForums VIP

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    see i dont drive either, but will walk/bus anywhere with the dogs to get them out and about.
    were currently in the beginning of sorting their routine out, now iv got no work/college commitments the dogs have suddenly become my main priority :) (not that they wernt in the first place!)
     
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    Just pm d you
     
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    If you see a leo on Springfield it might be Tanya1989
     
  8. Sheen and Eli

    Sheen and Eli PetForums VIP

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    My mate is a dog walker and is often on springfield (Cheryl) with Sky, Buddy Chloe I think and many more
    Big breath and honesty I suffer from a form of depression :rolleyes: so don't travel well and have to do things when I have to do things.
    If I arrange to do something and then panic (OMG what if their an axe murderer) I don't want to let people down.
    But if you happen upon me and E more than happy to walk and talk, I am very bright and friendly and E is a bit of a mummys boy and friendly too.
    Everyone I meet are very friendly round my haunts.
    If your this way round 9, 10 in the morning look out for me. But don't bring an axe :lol:
     
  9. JJAK

    JJAK PetForums VIP

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    Im soft as butter!!

    haha ill have to 'bump' into you one day then, i look forward to it!

    my theory with dog walking is i also still dont know anyone over here so itll benefit and socialise the both of us :)
     
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