Saturday, 8 July 2017

Walkies of Westerham

Walkies of Westerham



Hi Loves
this is not a usual post for me as there is no make up or face cream to be seen, this post is about Dogs, well in fact Dog walking.

Have you ever used a dog walking service for your fur baby ? this is NOT an advert, it is written as my way of letting my daughter know how proud of her I am, you see, my eldest has her own dog walking business, and it really is becoming quite a thing !
Walkies of Westerham



At first I was thinking, oh here she goes, my eldest daughter Kelly has lots of great ideas, but this time she set her mind and more so her heart into it and the rest is history, she has always loved dogs, I remember as a small child she found a straggly stray Yorkie that she bought home, begging me to keep it, it was with us a couple of days while the police found his owner, and left her so bereft at his leaving, I ended up buying her one !  now as an adult she has her own dogs who are ridiculously spoiled.

Walkies of Westerham


I have seen her be bitten, ending up in hospital, and making a joke of her injury by sending us all bandage pics laughing saying it wasn't the dogs fault, ( braver than me)  I would have unfriended that pooch for sure !  It has been so interesting to hear the reasons people use a dog walker, and my favourite is when someone isn't well enough or able to walk their pet but they are the best company for the person, favourite is probably the wrong word but you know what I mean lol, it's lovely that it means they can keep their pet in the knowledge that it's getting it's exercise.

It has become a bit of a family joke how she takes all these dogs to heart and floods us with pictures of flipping strangers dogs LOL  but it kind of just shows how much she loves them all.

Anyway, if ever you find yourself in the situation where you can't walk your pooch for some reason, using a dog walker is certainly worth a thought.


Lyn 💋
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6 comments

  1. What a lovely post Lyn, your daughter will be proud when she sees it!

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    1. Thanks Gail, I think she was shocked :)

      Lyn x

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  2. Ive always thought that would be a lovely job. Good for her xx

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  3. Arnwww thank you mum. I am made up with this blog post. You made me go gravy eyed lol.

    I still remember that Yorkie. I was gutted when he went home.

    I really wouldn't be able to succeed if I didn't have the support from all the family and of course you. I really don't know if I would have been brave enough to take the jump, without your advice. And look forward to sending you all lots more doggy pics.

    🐾❤️🐾

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