I have a background in education, firstly as a teacher and then as a learning mentor. I have always been surrounded by animals and have a passion for dogs.
Whilst working in my last school I adopted two rabbits from Animal Care Centre in Lancaster, and began a scheme called “Paws in the Classroom”. This encouraged children to learn about pet welfare and how to be responsible pet owners. The animals were also used to help children suffering from emotional trauma, such as bereavements or those dealing with phobias and social anxieties at school. Pets can have a profound impact on the psychological and intellectual development of children and they can help to reduce stress and coping with separation anxiety.
Run by Dog Lovers for Dog Lovers
I have two dogs, a Jack Russell called Eddie and a Labrador & Collie cross called Jake. I am very lucky as I live close to the Crook ‘o Lune and am able to walk my dogs for an hour everyday.
We all live such busy lives that sometimes it may be difficult to find the time to give our pets the attention they need. I know how excited my dogs get when it’s time for ‘walkies’ and I get a real feeling of satisfaction when I see them curled up in their baskets, happy and tired after a walk. I love exercising dogs and I make sure they get a really good run, whether it’s on the beach or in a field. If you choose my dog walking service, you can rest assured that your pet will be ‘Doggy Tired’, when you return from work!
Ann Williams – Doggy Tired
Doggy Tired donates to Charities
Doggy Tired will be donating some profits to support two charities, Wolfwood & No to Dog Meat, which brings the horrific slaughter of dogs in South Korea for human consumption to the public’s attention.