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Scamps & Champs Pet Sitting And Dog Walking In Reigate Surrey

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Scamps and Champs are pleased to announce a new branch will be opening in Reigate from November. Simon Ellis, husband, father and proud owner of Bonnie, a 5 month old Cocker Spaniel, will be offering dog walking, pet sitting and dog home boarding services to all pets in the Surrey area.

Simon, after losing his two best friends, his Springer Spaniels and then the death of his father, decided to follow his passions and love of animals and this led him to Scamps and Champs.

“I love animals and running Scamps and Champs Reigate is a great opportunity for me to do something I feel passionate about and gain a real sense of achievement. My dogs have been my best friends, so I know that your animals are not just pets, but part of your family. When we care for your pets, I want them to feel just as loved by us as they are from you.”

Scamps and Champs offer a wide range of pet care services to the local pet owner community.  With flexible or occasional services, they can tailor the care they provide to the individual needs of your pets.

The Scamps and Champs Reigate branch will extend to provide Pet Care Services and Dog Walking in Dorking, Leatherhead and Crawley. Scamps and Champs care for all animals, not just dogs and cats and pride themselves on providing a high quality service.

All their dog home boarding families are licensed, and pet carers are police checked and fully insured for your peace of mind.

“I’m really looking forward to having the opening of Scamps and Champs Reigate. Simon is so passionate about animals I am confident he continue the brands ethos and provide a really high quality pet care service.” adds Lesley Regan, Founder of Scamps & Champs.

To enquire into pet care in Surrey you can email Simon at reigate@scampsandchamps.co.uk

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