Archive for Category: Dog Walking


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Dog Harnesses.. Why? Which? How?   

Walking your dog should always be an enjoyable experience for you and your dog. One reason why you may not be enjoying yourself is that your dog may be wearing the wrong equipment. There are hundreds of collars, leads, harnesses on the market and it is a total mine...

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5 Great Dog Walks – South Norwich 

Poringland Woods, The Roman Ruins at Caistor St Edmund, Dunston Common, Marston Marshes and Lady Belt Country Park. Looking for a new walk for you and your dog? Here are Tom and Toto’s top five dog walks on the south side of Norwich.     Caistor Roman Town (Venta Icenorum) and High Ash Farm (Caistor...

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Exciting New Initiative: Workplace Wellbeing Dog Walks and Visits with Tom and Toto

The recent success of our Wellbeing Dog Walks for UEA students in Norwich has spurred an influx of requests for our health and morale boosting dog walks from other companies. In a world where demands are constant and poor mental health is increasing, we are so excited to announce...

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UEA Wellbeing Dog Walking Programme

Tom and Toto are working in partnership with UEA+sport, UEA(su), and the University of East Anglia (UEA) to deliver a brand new dog walking programme for the students studying at UEA. The programme has been made possible thanks to funding from BUCS (British Universities and Colleges Sport) and Sport...

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How To Keep Your Dog Safe On Winter Dog Walks

Some breeds of dog with a thick double coat are built for the winter and fare well when the temperature drops but there are other dogs who do not. There are many other risky factors to keep in mind when walking your dog in the winter. These are our...

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Extreme Weather Policy- Hot Paws!

When it comes to pet welfare T&T always consider weather conditions. Anything from Extreme cold, ice or snow, to extreme heat and sun. The coming days are due to be some of the hottest this year with highs of 28* and so heat stroke is a big concern for...

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Dog Identification Tags

One way to keep your pet safe is to check their ID tags up to date and not damaged. The Control of Dogs Order 1992 requires all dogs to have a collar with the name and address of the owner inscribed on it, or a tag/disc on a collar...

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Making Sense of scents!

Why you should let your dog sniff on walks. We as humans find it easy to understand that dogs need a good amount of physical exercise to keep them happy, healthy and fit… but what about mental stimulations? Sometimes we forget that dogs need this too to keep their...

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