Dogs are instinctively pack animals. They are social beings, and they desire to be a part of a group. As long as the dogs you are walking can behave and get along together, this could be a great experience!

Dog Walking


Is your dog reactive towards other dogs and therefore needs walking on their own. Maybe it’s an older dog who now prefers to take things at a steady pace?
Then a solo walk with a sympathetic, careful and loving handler might be the perfect solution for your dog.

There is no better place than the great outdoors! Our group dog walks are brilliant for socialisation, confidence, mental stimulation and exercise. We take up to six dogs on our group walks to quiet open fields, trials and wooded areas. We play fetch and walk around, so that each dog can exercise their senses, stimulate their minds, and socialise with their friends. All group walks last one hour, our solo walks last 45 minutes, and we walk whatever the weather. The time your dog will be with us, including their walk, collection, and drop off, will be approximately 70 minutes to two hours each time, depending on whether your dog is having a solo or group walk, how many other dogs there are to pick up and drop off and traffic conditions. If requested, we always make sure any muddy paws are given a good clean before dropping them back off. Our prices includes collection from home or workplace, the one-hour group dog walk or 45 minute solo walk, and then drop-off at home or workplace.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long are walks?

All our group walks are for a minimum of 1 hour, not including pick up and drop off. If your dog requires longer or shorter walks we can tailor a solo walk to your specific requirements.

Can I specify a particular time for my dog to be walked?

Our daily group dog walks are generally carried out between 10.00am and 2.00pm though pick ups may be earlier and drop offs may be later, depends on the dogs on particular days, traffic conditions and weather.

Are the dog walkers insured?

Yes. All On All Pawz staff are fully insured, pet first aid trained and CRB checked. They also all undergo an extensive in house training programme.

How many dogs do you walk at any one time?

When it comes to group dog walking, On All Pawz will never walk more than 6 dogs at any one time and we ensure that temperamentally as well as geographically suitable dogs are walked together. Group dog walking is a fantastic way to socialise your dog, build their confidence and gain greatly from the social aspect of their walks.

Can I meet the person who will be walking my dog?

Yes. We strongly recommend that you have an introductory meeting with your dog walker at your home to discuss your requirements prior to walks taking place. These can be arranged at short notice for a time that is convenient for you.

Do I need to be at home when you collect or drop off my dog?

No, the majority of our clients are happy for us to hold keys for them which enables us to collect and drop of your dog while you’re not at home. All keys are kept in a secure location and will never be marked with anything other than the name of your dog.