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LHH June onwards

so corona virus has rendered work quiet for me, I did a extra long walk today for cockapoo sisters Bobbie and Bridie, Norfolk terrier Ozzie and cocker spaniel Monty, it was Montys first day back since lockdown so he was last walked in March ! I mean it could be a lot worse, work is ticking along albeit quietly, tomorrow is the busiest day so for now its feet up and writing posts on my blog especially as its raining ! 


So I initially took four weeks off and reopened putting in strict social distancing measures with my clients, cleaning the van down regularly changing towels and harnesses as much as possible, it doesn’t look like things are going to get better any time soon, apparently death rates of corona are falling, looks like social distancing is here to stay and schools are now staying shut till September so I cant really hang about waiting for normality to come back as its way off, so with little happy hounds being such a small business I will continue to carry on, its business as usual with all our new things in place, so we are in the position to take on new clients, you could find me via our main website http://www.littlehappyhounds.co.uk or on facebook business page, best way to get old of. me is via email info@littlehappyhounds.co.uk or call 07732265149.

All the photos on this post are from walks done at the end of May early June, we had a week of really hot weather so I was doing water walks for the dogs in the woods lots of shade, with corona all my cat sitting bookings are cancelled, we will have to see what the future brings regarding that, I am still providing dog walks, I did have a cockapoo puppy I was visiting, when he eventually comes back he will be a fully fledged dog !! 


Little Happy hounds, run by just me Aaron, I began the business when we lived in New Mills, we moved to Whaley Bridge, spent half a decade there and then last summer 2019 we opted for a new start quieter life in the near by village of Chinley, its all my dreams come true firstly living in a village not a town and our new house is a very old house and it. happens to in the Peak District National Park Boundary !I still very much cover Whaley Bridge and have lots of clients there we do lots of lovely walks near by! 

I am very lucky and fortunate enough to have lots of lovely long term clients, in Chinley, Chapel-en-le-Frith, Furness Vale, Buxworth, and Whaley Bridge, High Peak. I am DBS checked, a trusted key holder, fully insured, I drive a van with no company details at all offering a more discrete service for when your pet is home alone ! 




So we got back from our holiday last night, spent the week in Wales. I have just done my diary for the next few weeks, and with extra dogs, new cats, and term time dogs returning following the summer break, I am looking at a very full month for little happy hounds.So we took a week off, went to Wales, brilliant timing, as August turned out to be a very busy month, needed too take time off before the next part of 2017, September to December which are also usually very busy.  We thought Wales would of been busy but it was okay, we did a lot of walking, a lot of sunbathing. The highlights were discovering a lovely stretch of beach in between, Tywyn and Aberdify, and we lost too days sunbathing even Scrappy my dog was sunbathing. Other highlight was a massive walk we did on the Wednesday we climbed up Cadair Idris. We met a lady with a doggy they were also going up there so we climbed the entire thing with her, my dog a Shih Tzu cross and Roxie the Cocker Spaniel, the lady had some apt on her phone so I know we did 14 miles up there and back and it took just over 5 hours, it was so scenic the way we went up, felt like I had achieve something. So after spending our last day on the beach yesterday and then managed to get lost following a walk in a guide book, we did not leave Wales till gone 6 pm and were not home till 9:30 pm, walk up today and its a wet, windy, cold day in Whaley Bridge High Peak. 



Little Happy Hounds pet care services, has been in operation for almost five years. We walk in small groups, mostly off lead, and like to take our clients ‘off the beaten track’ for a dog ‘nature walk. We began the business in New Mills, and have since moved to Whaley Bridge, we also cover Disley, Chapel-en-le-Frith, Chinley, Hayfield, Birch Vale, Buxworth, Buxton, Furness Vale, High Peak. Other services include, puppy visits, pet sitting, our cat feeding services Little Happy Cats.

we are fully insured, a trusted key holder, crb checked.

We are a small, caring, local pet care business, we have no employees, we do not drive branded company vans or use cages to transport our clients. All your dealings and all the care of your pets will be done by myself, ensuring the maximum care and personalised service we can offer.

For more information visit the website www.littlehappyhounds.co.uk or call Aaron 07732265149


Fridays !

Friday and what a quiet week its been. I took this week off, but as i had a long weekend off end of March and took a cat booking for this week, i thought i might as well make myself available, however not many clients needed me, note to self next Easter take a full proper week off. 


i walk some beautiful hounds

So I just did one walk today, and cat visited Eustace. I usually do three one hour walks on Friday, It was a great walk as my usual late morning client George joined my usual lunch time crowd, which meant for first time all three of the cocker spaniels i have on my books, were together on the same walk along with Chico ,the most sweetest cutest Chihuahua i walk, and my own dog Scrappy. We went to one of my favourite walks, its great for the dogs, quiet, away from cattle, its wooded in places and has nice grassy knolls for the dogs to play in. And it also boasts some great views of Kinder Scout. 

Little Happy Hounds and Little Happy cats established back in 2012. Offering , personalised, experienced pet care services High Peak. Cat sitting, dog walker, pet sitting, dog walking services. New Mills, Whaley Bridge, Chapel-en-le-Frith, Furness Vale, Hayfield, Chinley.   http://www.littlehappyhounds.co.uk