Award Winning Gundog Walking Specialist that's me

11/04/2019 18:42
Oh my god, my return journey back from sunderland actually went to plan. 
I had such a blast.
It was so great to let my hair down and not worry about being a mum, daughter or girlfriend.
It was just me for the weekend.
I even won an award which I was over the moon about.
Hopefully I will win more in the future.
I did have a blonde moment on the way to sunderland. 
I was going down the escalators, I went to put my Oyster card back in my pocket
when I didn't hold on to my case like a numpty  and it fell down the escalators.
Thankfully a very kind person stopped my case from going any further.
Phew I felt like a rather idiot.
There is something about surrounding yourself with like minded individuals. 
I found this out when I hosted Canine first aid Course with Rachel Bean.
I sat there and I looked around and thought 'I made this happen' 
Everyone chatting and enjoying themselves.
I am hoping to do the same on 1st June when Trevor Cooper will be coming
to West Wickham to talk about his doglaw Seminar.
A few people at the weekend were saying how entertaining the Seminar was.
You will be in for a treat.
The tickets are £20.
There are limited spaces. Selling like hot cakes so you need to get  in quick.
It would be great to see you all there.


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'I liked Harriet as soon as I met her. You could instantly tell how much she loves animals and Nahla loved her very first visit. Harriet is reliable, trustworthy and most importantly, she makes you feel like your pet is the most important in the whole world! I wouldn't have anyone else care for Nahla. So happy that we found Harriet.' - Gemma (Nahla's mum)
'Harriet has been walking our 15 month German Shepherd, Roxy, for 3 months now. She is professional, flexible and looks after Roxy as if she is her own. She provides regular updates and has saved us a lot of stress and worry as we know we can completely rely on Harriet when we are out at work. Roxy is a nervous dog and can be difficult to manage around other dogs. Harriet is more than capable of looking after her though and has given us lots of helpful tips and advice. I would highly recommend Harriet to anyone looking for someone to walk their dog. Fantastic service!' - Lizzie (Roxy's mum)
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