Does your dog need more than just an average walk around the park?
Do you want to come home to a happy & relaxed dog?
Does your dog need help being a well balanced and socialised dog?
Yes... then let us tell you about our adventure filled walks
What are the benefits of an
Edinburgh Holistic Dogs
If you are coming home to a dog that’s bouncing off the walls or they have taken to chewing you shoes. Maybe you just them to make new friends and have new experiences then our Adventures are just what they need.
Our adventures are designed to let your dog socialise, make new friends and learn. This is all done with our use of positive re-enforcement while in our care.
We play games that include fastest sit, chase the walker, recall games, find it and fetch. The reasons for games is to provide mental stimulation so your dog is always thinking while getting their physical stimulation too.
We build an individual bond with your dog making sure they are happy and relaxed in our care. This also enables us to anticipate their needs in any situation and understand them better.
When your dog is taken home they’ll be relaxed, tired and ready to sleep the rest of the day away.
Why have average walks when you can have unique adventures?
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A holistic approach means the whole dog is taken care of & treated as an individual.
To have a healthy dog they need to be happy, well exercised both physically and mentally.
This encourages a balanced and relaxed dog.
Here's what our customers say
Suzanne is really flexible and chilled out, which is great cos Iris is full of beans. I always get her back relaxed and content, having been playing with her new pals all day. Maz & Iris
I know when my two spaniels are with her that they are in good hands and having fun. She’s very knowledgeable and I trust her implicitly. She’s very calm and gentle. Angie, Milo & Echo
- Respect and support each dog as an individual.
- Provide exciting adventures.
- Ensure both mental and physical stimulation is provide.
- Keep a positive calm attitude with all dogs.
- Use Positive Re-enforcement.
- Respect the local community and public spaces.
- Treat each dog as though they are family.