Dog Walking Service Grindelwald

For all winter sport fans bringing their dog along.

Do you want to slip through the turnstiles early in the morning to be the first to make tracks on the perfectly-prepared Grindelwald slopes Are your friends or family waiting in one of our legendary après-ski bars on the downhill runs or in the village? We are happy to burn off your pup’s energy on a long walk in your absence and then bring them back to your holiday home.
We offer our service on Saturdays and Sundays throughout the winter season. Also during the school holidays at Christmas/New Year, December 15, 2017 – January 7, 2018, and sports weeks from January 26 to March 4, 2018.

Duration of our walks:

We are out for at least 1 hour.
We allow 30 minutes for collection, bringing home, cleaning and saying goodbye (feeding if required).
In our start-up year we will give you and your dog this time for free.
For older or disabled dogs we are of course happy to adapt the time and terrain.

Nose work

For dogs from summer 2016.

In addition to daily walks and basic obedience, do you want to challenge your four-legged friend’s nose with a little tracking? Nose work is the most wonderful, team-building thing you can do with your dog. They just love it and will thank you with an even calmer doggy temperament. That’s a promise.

Group and individual courses by arrangement.

Duration

How, when and how often is determined individually.

Companion Dog Training  1 – 3

For people with bright pooches from winter 2016/17.

Do you want to challenge your dog to go for the companion dog training qualification, recognized throughout Switzerland? Do you like working towards a goal as a team and love regular training sessions? The step-by-step progress and resulting achievements are guaranteed to thrill you…in fact if you are anything like me and Willow, you will be truly enchanted.

The impossible is made possible and your dog actually has fun the whole time. This training course lays the fundamental building blocks of trusting each other… the human-dog dream team is born.