Bank Holidays

Dog Walking in Bermondsey with Hannah

At Wanderdog we love all dogs, of all shapes and sizes, and because your dog’s wellbeing and safety are of utmost importance to us, we endeavour to walk no more than 3 dogs at one time. This way we make sure they are provided with the same attention and care, as well as the individual play and cuddles time they deserve.


We begin all new walking contracts with an initial consultation, where both you and your dog can meet their walker and forms can be filled in. Every dog has a period of 5 trial walks before becoming a fully fledged Wanderdog to make sure that they are comfortable with group walks, and that they fit happily into the group.

We walk in all weather conditions unless it is unsafe to do so - including thunderstorms and intense heat. Plus, we make sure to towel dry your dog and give them a quick once over after wet or muddy walks. Once back at home, we make sure they are settled and have plenty of water available. Do let us know if you have any other individual requirements you'd like to include, such as administering medications or putting more food out  - we will do our very best to help.


Regular Walking Windows:


Morning: 9am - 11am

Lunchtime: 11am - 2pm

Afternoon: 2pm - 5pm 

We do not offer walks on weekday evenings or weekends

Walks on bank holidays or around Christmas and New Year will be charged at time and a half

Ad hoc walks also available upon request during these windows:


Prices for group

(max 3 dogs)

30 minutes

1 hour



Prices for solo



Prices for solo training walks or puppy socialisation walks

(good for reactive or frightened dogs)*

45 minutes


* These training walks will be tailored to the needs of the dog, dependent on what is best for them. Including desensitization work, enrichment, scent games or combination of training at home and outside

Please see below for our current dog walking pick up zone

dog walking map of coverage

If you are outside our pick up zone please check out our recommended local dog professionals here:

Photo credit: Arnhel Deserra - www.arnheldeserra.com