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Fetch & Follow Walk & Talk | How to read your dog

Sun 26 May 2019 | 11:00 am - 12:00 pm


Fetch & Follow presents its next event in the Walk & Talk series, on 26th May, 11am in Hampstead Heath, London: How to Read Your Dog. Joined by dog trainer Luke from Luke’s Dog School, this walk priced £5 will take owners through tips on how to read the important signs your dog is giving you when out on a walk and at home. Tickets are available at this link. This ticket is for 1 dog and two people only | You will be sent an email from our Fetch & Follow team confirming your space along with further details on the walk. Terms and Conditions at the link provided.

Continuing the success of Fetch & Follow’s Walk & Talk series, the summer will bring dog lovers and their pet friends together for an engaging version of their daily walks, in and outside the capital. With the brand’s foundation built on their signature leather collars and leads that are built to last and age with the personality a dog, these group walks are very much about celebrating the new adventure created each time a dog’s collar is hooked up to their lead. Intimate sessions with sensible guest numbers, all attendees will be gifted a Fetch & Follow Doggie Bag with the schedule including.

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Fetch & Follow


Hampstead Heath
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