I am officially working till Christmas eve, however I only have a few clients, Bobbie and Bridie Whaley Bridge Monday to Wednesday, and on Monday i also have Hollie in New Mills, and Toby in Furness Vale for their walkies, so i am very much on holiday from now.
Little Happy Hounds 2014 was very much a business under change, due to our house move ‘from New Mills to Whaley Bridge High Peak’ we had to say good bye to our dog walking clients Lucy, Isla, Tyler and Jax, and because of their house move we also said good bye to Poppy, Bones and Ruby.
On the plus side Tess, Ffin, and Honey came back for their walks, Honey left last year moving out of the area so we were very happy when she came back to Whaley Bridge High Peak.
Another dog walker based in Whaley relocated out the area so we also took on two of their clients, Elsie a jack russell and Milly a labradoodle.
And of course 2014 will the year i remember for the puppies who came on board for puppy visits, Bobbie and Bridie cockapoo puppies from Whaley Bridge, Betty another cockapoo from New Mills, Jabba a King Charles Cavalier Spaniel and Fritz a Miniature Schnauzer, I am now very much looking forward to being their dog walker for a long time to come. Just like 2013 was the year we took on puppies, Ffin, Oscar and Max, all of whom are still our clients.
For 2015 we will be looking at building our pet care business in and around Whaley Bridge, we are now located near areas like Chinley, Chapel-en-le-Frith, especially for cat sitting and possibly puppy visits. In terms of our dog walking this is still very much the focus of the business and we want to keep our company ethos, to be a small personalised business, walking in small groups at all times, providing off lead walks, making sure our dogs have plenty of time to ‘play’ ‘sniff’ ‘explore, ‘exercise’ and ‘socialise’ safely away from main roads and sheep and cattle, those things remain very much part of Little Happy Hounds ethos as we move forward into the New Year. Little Happy Hounds dog walking and pet sitting services High Peak.