Testimonials

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"I met Bex walking a pair of dogs up on Ditchling Beacon. My immediate impression came from the way she handled the dogs in her charge - and the way she greeted my dog, Sasha. It was clear that Bex genuinely loves her work and delights in the dogs she cares for. They get great varied walks, and in small groups. Over the last year the K9 Queen has been walking Sasha, I can honestly say my nearly 12-year-old dog has been given a new lease of life. Sasha is happier,stronger, more sociable with other dogs and more relaxed and happy than she's ever been. Bex has handled her beautifully when she's been unwell and been totally responsible and devoted to her. I can't recommend Bex highly enough - nor can I say enough thank you's on my behalf and Sasha's. I also really appreciate the service and willingness to accommodate wherever possible. Thank you so very much Bex."
Jo, Brighton

"Bex is a true professional, always on time and shows great care in her work. Ernie goes bonkers when she comes through the door, great signs that he loves walking with her. He's always shattered when he comes home, great walks on the downs with lovely sociable dogs for him to play with. Just look at the photos, testament that the dogs love her and the walks she takes them on!" 
Mike, Hove

"Bex has been walking our Golden Retriever, Ruby, for a number of months now. We highly recommend Bex. She is prompt and reliable and, most importantly, Ruby absolutely loves her walks!" 
Catherine and Charl, Brighton

Becky is really friendly and reliable and loves the dogs she walks. Becky has walked Huxley since he was a puppy and we totally trust her. She takes the dogs up on the Downs in all weathers and makes sure they are well exercised. Huxley loves Becky and gets so excited when the K9 Queen van pulls up! She comes highly recommended.
Viv, Brighton

"I thought Ben would spend the rest of his life on the sofa in a comfortable and gradual decline into old age. However regular outings with Bex and the other dogs have given him a new lease of life. He still has to be woken from his slumbers when she comes around but soon starts wagging his tail and has a huge grin on his face as he knows he is going somewhere a little bit more interesting than his sofa. We think his mobility has definitely improved and having seen the wonderful photos of him up on the Downs we know he is enjoying himself! We know this because one of his favourite walking activities is to hunt out dew ponds and sink himself into them - he comes back dirty but very happy :)"
Robin, Brighton