Dog Walking, Puppy Sitting, Pet Visits, Wedding Chaperone,
Dog Home Boarding plus much more
(Licence Number 19/03276/ANIACT)
For Our Love of Pets is an award winning business based in Drakes Broughton, Pershore , providing services in a number of the Worcestershire villages. Areas covered include Peopleton, Pinvin, Throckmorton, Lower Moor, Wyre Piddle, Wadbrough,
Stoulton, Pensham, Defford.
We are caring, reliable, experienced and professional. We are here to help with a variety of bespoke and tailored pet care services including dog walking, cat and small pet visits, dog home boarding, sheep visits, puppy sitting, reinforced training, transportation and vets visits. And if you’d like your best friend at your Wedding to be a part of your special day we can make sure they are there to share your celebrations with you.
We aim to offer everything you might need for your beloved pet and although we have some defined services, we are not prescriptive. Tell us what you need and where we can, we will accommodate those needs. We aim to provide a very bespoke service which fits in with your specific requirements.
Using For Our Love of Pets will give you complete peace of mind when you go to work, need a holiday or just can’t be there, knowing that your best friend is in the best possible hands – next to yours of course. The health, happiness and well-being of your pets is our number one priority which means you can be sure that when you ask us to help with any of our services, your pets will feel the passion and love we genuinely feel for all animals, particularly those in our care.
Why Choose For Our Love Of Pets?
Passionate about pets
Professional, committed, exceptionally caring
Free initial consultation for all services
Bespoke and tailored services
First aid trained
Local Authority Licensed
No pack walking
Alan Munro (Dog Walker and Pet Carer)
Alan's first love for animals came at a very early age with two welsh corgis called Patches and Billy, and a ginger Tom cat called Shandy. After being married for a few years and having two young children they decided to add to their family by having a Red Setter who they called Bruno. Bruno gave them thirteen years of happiness. They also had a Gordon Setter and an English Setter during that time but unfortunately the Gordon Setter had an irregular heartbeat and passed away aged five. The English setter lived to a good age. Alan then decided that they should have another Red Setter, so along came Barney who was from a litter of thirteen and a Best in Breed at Crufts .
Today Alan has a Red setter called Rory, two Black Labradors called Jet and Diesel and two cats , Guinness and Peaches. Jet now nine was adopted and Diesel who is two and half should have been a therapy dog for my late disabled daughter. When not walking his dogs, you will find Alan running with Diesel in and around the countryside. They love park runs and have had two first places in little less than a year. Alan regularly runs 30 miles a week.
Alan is Canine First Aid trained and has completed the Covid 19 – Disease Control for Pet Professionals with the Pet Industry Federation.