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FAQ

Frequently asked questions

How long are the adventures?


Collar Country Club walking experiences last over 1 hour and are run during weekdays. A true adventure shouldn’t be timed by the absolute second, that’s why I always say the walk shall be over 1 hour.




Where do the adventures happen?


Sheffield has an abundance of beautiful places to explore. Collar Country Club adventure trails are run at Rivelin Valley, Rivelin Reservoir, Fox Hagg, Wyming Brook, Redmires Reservoir, Limb Brook, Porter Clough, Ladybower, Blacka Moor, Beeley Woods, Ughill, Reddicar Clough, Mother Cap, Loxley, Beauchief Woods and Ecclesall Woods. The advantage to only taking a small number of dogs, means I use that extra time by taking them to discover safe, new and exciting trails. I'm always on the lookout for different adventure spots so there’s new smells and fun to be had every day. Keeping your dog stimulated, socialised and safe is my absolute priority. The experience will fit with your dog’s needs and weather conditions will always be taken into consideration for safety reasons.




What dogs do you take on adventures?


Small to medium sized, well behaved good dogs only at Collar Country Club. I shall only take your dog on, if I know that your pooch is friendly and will integrate well into the group without causing too much mischief along the way. Reactive or temperamental dogs cannot be accepted in the club. I will ask to see your dog's vaccination card and proof of microchipping when we meet up for the complimentary consultation meeting. Your dog also needs to be up to date with their flea and worming treatments.




Do you offer solo dog adventures?


For solo adventures, please get in contact me directly to discuss further, so I can set up a bespoke package for you based on your particular needs.




Will I come back to a muddy dog and floor?


If you don't want your dog to get muddy, Collar Country Club isn't for you. I make every effort to clean your dog up after an adventure with a towel and in extreme muddy conditions I even use a portable Mud Daddy shower on the pooch! I understand how frustrating it can be to return home to a mud bath, so I will always try my best to clean your dog up as best I can.




What Covid-19 prevention steps do you take?


I follow the official CFSG guidelines. Dog friendly wipes are used for collars, I bring my own leads, hand sanitiser is used before entering and leaving your property and I will remain socially distanced from you at all times. If you prefer for the complimentary consultation meeting to be done virtually then that’s fine and can be arranged. We will then meet up outdoors for the gratis assessment walk.




What do I get for the price?


I always strive to offer a best in class service for the client and the dog. This means offering bespoke enriching adventures lasting 1 hourPLUS, writing progress reports at the end of every week for your dog, healthy hypoallergenic treats along the way, a loyalty scheme, thorough, honest and clear communication, providing photos and videos of your pooch on the adventure and so much more. I respectfully refuse to be a no thrills dog walking service. My concept is simple - I charge a little more and in return, the client receives a truly outstanding and personal service.