Promising to take the best care of your pets whilst you are away, at work or perhaps recovering from an illness, you can trust Wild About Pet Care with the following services:

We can even help to maintain the security of your home while pet sitting when you are away, for example, by opening and closing curtains, turning lights on and off etc.

Dog Day Care offers a great alternative to just one walk … for a little more than the average cost of one walk, your dog(s) could be with us and socialising with other dogs all day!

Wild about Pet Care is dedicated to animal care. Rebecca Dobson, founder and owner, has over 20 years of experience working directly with animals which has included work with the RSPCA, Vale Wildlife Rescue, as well as sanctuaries and conservation organisations overseas. Rebecca has also worked in the UK for an animal welfare organisation running campaigns to improve welfare standards and raise awareness. She adores animals and has been a pet owner for most of her life. Rebecca is passionate about animal welfare issues around the world and has run several fundraising events for specific causes.

Wild About Pet Care is designed to be, and will remain, a small, personal and friendly enterprise, focused on the needs of yourself and your pets. With a supportive team behind the service Wild About Pet Care aims to never ever let you down.

We are fully insured for your peace of mind with extra thought out measures taken to ensure the safety, welfare and absolute contentment of your pets.

Useful Contacts

For dog walking, pet visits and pet taxi in Bishops Cleeve and Winchcombe call the wonderful Clare at Clare’s Petcare Solutions www.clarespetcaresolutions.co.uk

For Cheltenham dog walking I can hugely recommend Gary Lines of ‘Dog Daze’ http://www.dogdazecheltenham.com/

And for the same services in Abbeymead, Gloucester, I can recommend Kyle http://www.oneofthepack.net/

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Wild About Pet Care has donated over £1,000 to animal welfare charities!!!