Mad Dogs & Englishmen offer the longest, and most fun, dog walks in Sydney, Brisbane, Gold Coast QLD and Central Coast NSW. That is why we are one of Australia's busiest dog walking services
Our dogs always get to spend one hour at the park in groups of four dogs (up to eight if two dog walkers). The whole experience of collecting your dog and his friends, driving to the park and being delivered safely home, usually lasts about two hours, so it's a great way to split up a long boring day at home alone. For longer outings see our "Doggy Daycare" page.
At Mad Dogs & Englishmen, we understand that all dogs have different needs for their walks, if you have a dog that just loves other dogs and chasing the ball, we may put them in a bigger group and let them have a big run together. If your dog is older, injured, nervous or just a quieter soul, we tend to put them in a calmer group, or take them on a bush walk. In the summer we take them to the beach for a swim if that's what they enjoy. We don't just go to the park nearest your house, we try and vary their walks as much as possible so that they get the most out of their time with us.
In addition, we post pictures daily on Instagram of the dog walks, so you you can see what your pooch has been up to. Just click on the Instagram logo at the bottom of the page and follow us!
If so, we have the experience, ability and willingness to transform your problem dog into a happy and social pooch. Over the years we have taken numerous dogs that may be anti-social or nervous and changed them into calm, confident dogs. All of the dogs we walk will happily walk with any other dog. Our dog trainers, James and Wayne are on hand for advice for any mad dogs clients.
We are also able to socialise puppies during the course of our group walks, ensuring you end up with a happy, well balanced dog.
|Single group walk||$28|
|Half-day care (approx 4hrs)||$45|
|Longer daycare (approx 6hrs)||$65|
Just wanted to write and say thank you! Our boys seem so much happier after their walks (it takes them three days to recover!) but they are generally better behaved. took them to the park on Sunday and it was so much easier…they were friendly/social and so much more obedient. So thank you!Dene