About Me

We all know how busy our lives can get, why not leave the dog walking to me!

My name is Karen, I’m 38 years old and I live in Great Blakenham with my husband and 10 year old Collie cross Bailey.
I grew up having several dogs in my family and have experience handling a range of breeds both large and small.
It was an obvious choice to make a career out of my love of dogs and feel blessed to have a job which I love more and more each day.
I look forward to getting to know your dogs!

Whether you’re looking for regular dog walking or on an ad-hoc basis, Suffolk Dog Walking Services can provide support to your family and care for your dog just like I would my own pet.

Conveniently located in Great Blakenham on the outskirts of Ipswich. I am lucky to have access to miles of countryside walking and know all the quiet and safe places to take your dog. As well as Great Blakenham, my favourite walks include Baylham, the Gipping river and the beautiful Hitcham countryside.

I provide a range of dog services from walking, home visits, daycare, home boarding and pet taxi service. The areas I cover for dog walking are: Great Blakenham, Claydon, Needham Market and the surrounding villages including Hitcham and Great Finborough. Please contact me if you’re out of these areas I may still be able to help!

I have experience with reactive dogs and am happy to provide 1-1’s for nervous dogs. The behaviour correction methods I use are always force free, your dog will be rewarded for good behaviour and never scolded for being frightened.

Proud sponsor of Yellow Dog UK
Proud sponsor of Yellow Dog UK

I am a full member of NARPS (National association of registered pet sitters) Canine first aid certified, insured for public liability, police checked and licenced with Mid Suffolk district council. Please ask to see my certificates.

I love my clients and welcome your feedback and suggestions. Use my Contact Me page to tell me what I’m doing right or what I can improve on.

“Dogs are our link to paradise. They don’t know evil or jealousy or discontent. To sit with a dog on a hillside on a glorious afternoon is to be back in Eden, where doing nothing was not boring–it was peace.”
― Milan Kunder

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