Below is a list of services that Complete Pet Care (UK) Limited offers. Though all areas are different and may not offer all the services listed below. To find out what services your area offers please check the relevant page.
Exercise is essential to keep dogs healthy, fit, has well as mentally and physically stimulated. By exercising your dog it not only improves your dogs wellbeing, but also helps to build muscle, prevents depression, stress, obesity, joint problems, heart conditions and behavioural problems.
Our dog walking service is aimed at clients who are at work all day or who may be unable to walk their dog for any reason. We also carry out a home visit beforehand to met you and your dog and to make sure that they will be happy going for a walk with us.
We are available every day of the week and even at short notice. We do not just accept well behaved dogs we will take all dogs and work with you to try and help solve any issues that your dog has. For example pulling on the lead, aggression towards other dogs etc.
Small or large, your request will be met with expert advice, individual attention and innovative solutions. Contact us and discover all we have to offer. Our qualified staff looks forward to serving you!
This is the perfect solution to catteries. Most cats prefer to stay in their own bed, own surrounding.......what could be better? We will care, groom, feed, change water, play, clean litter trays to ensure that your cat is in good health whilst you are away. We can visit once, twice or more if required daily to ensure that all your cats needs are catered for.
SMALL ANIMAL VISITS
Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, Mice, Gerbils, Hamsters, Birds, Fish and more can all be cared for in your home whilst you are away. we will care for your pets and will feed and clean them according to your normal care routines.
PUPPIES & ELDERLY DOG VISITS
Puppies and elderly dogs require care visits during the day. We can provide companionship and care visits that can include house or garden play/care or short walks. For puppies, this early routine can evolve into full walks as the dog gets older, stronger and is socialised.
Regular grooming is an important part of canine welfare, all dogs need regular grooming in order to remove dead hair, dirt and parasites. This assits with fighting diseases such as ear disease or fleas, monitoring of skin irregulations, lumos or infections. Nail trimming helps to avoid the nails growing into the pads and the removal of hair from the pads and paws is crucial to allow the dog to sweat.
From April 2016 it will be compulsory for all dogs to be microchipped. The mircochip is a tiny, glass, insert capsule the size of a grain of rice containing an identification number linking you to your pet. If the unthinkable happens and your pet wander a way a vet, rescue centre or dog warden will use a small hand held scanner t0 detect the microchip number and return home.