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Frequently Asked

  • Can I upgrade to a Gold Adventure package?
    The Gold Adventure package upgrade is perfect for dog owners who have long days and are leaving their pooches in the house for long periods of time. I understand that sometimes the Silver Adventure package is not enough, so I can upgrade Club members to even longer adventures out in the countryside. This may involve going out into the Peak District for an adventure trek or taking Club members on numerous Silver Adventures. This means you can be happy knowing your beloved pooch has been out almost all day in the countryside! No more sat at work, worried about your dog being left alone, lonely and bored.
  • How are Club members chauffeured around?
    I only take out 4 dogs at a time, which means the pooches are whisked off in style in a modern and clean air conditioned car. The Club members are always securely strapped in for the journey as safety is my top priority. I purposely don't use a van to keep the dogs as calm and relaxed as possible. The pooches can enjoy the experience of being in a car rather than a van, as that's probably what they're used to at home. The pooches can happily look out of the window and are always kept cool with air conditioning. This is a 5 star experience, so travelling first class is a must! Remember - I am not the Ryanair of the dog world, this is a premium experience. Taking out small groups, means your dog isn't being carted off on far too many drop offs and pick ups around Sheffield like the number 8 bus route. This reduced journey time benefits both you and your beloved dog. It's that peace of mind, knowing your dog is happily enjoying a long adventure out in the countryside, rather than aimlessly being driven around the streets for far too long.
  • Where in the countryside do the adventures happen?
    Sheffield has an abundance of beautiful places to explore. Collar Country Club adventure trails are run at Rivelin Valley, Rivelin Reservoir, Fox Hagg, Wyming Brook, Redmires Reservoir, Limb Brook, Porter Clough, Reddicar Clough, Lodge Moor, Beeley Wood, Lees Woods and Ecclesall Woods. The advantage to only taking a small number of Club members, means I use that extra time by taking them to discover safe, new and exciting trails. I'm always on the lookout for different adventure spots out in the countryside so there’s new smells and fun to be had every day. Keeping Club members stimulated, socialised and safe is my absolute priority. The experience will fit with Club member needs and weather conditions will always be taken into consideration for safety reasons.
  • What dogs are in the Club?
    Very well behaved dogs only at Collar Country Club. I shall only take your dog on, if I know that your pooch is friendly and will integrate well into the group without causing too much mischief along the way. Reactive or temperamental dogs cannot be accepted into the Club. I will ask to see your dog's vaccination card and proof of microchipping when we meet up for the complimentary consultation meeting. Club members must be up to date with their flea and worming treatments.
  • I want my dog to be in the Club. What should I do now?
    That’s brilliant news. Please use the contact form on this website, We can then arrange the complimentary consultation meeting and gratis assessment walk. I look forward to hearing from you.
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