Our Mission Statement

There is nothing quite as beautiful as the relationships we have with those around us. Every day we witness wonderful interactions between ourselves, animals and their environments. From the sight of dogs running free through glowing fields, to interacting with fellow dog walkers, to the sounds of delight and wonder as people marvel at the glorious animals we have the pleasure of living with.

We understand that building those relationships with your dog can sometimes be a struggle. Whether it’s finding someone you trust to walk them, finding a training activity that suits you and your dog’s needs, or not knowing where to turn when you have training or behavioural issues.

At Make Your Mark, we pride ourselves on having a wide variety of practical and theoretical experience when it comes to dogs. Our team comes from a diverse range of backgrounds, from an assistance dog trainer fully qualified with the IMDT, to a Grade Seven Agility Dog trainer with a degree in Animal Sciences, to a team member who has twenty years’ experience of working with special needs children. These different backgrounds create a comfortable and unique environment that is built on mutual trust and respect between our team, you and your animals.

We also come from a place of understanding that there are a variety of different people in this world we call our own. Our team have first-hand experience with mental health conditions and social disorders and, using the power of animals, we want to give something back to the local community and provide education and acceptance of all of our neurodiversity differences.

Make Your Mark is determined to help improve those relationships. Our services, from our dog walking service to our agility classes to our 121 tracking sessions, will enrich you, your dogs and the local community’s life.

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Contact Number - 07508 883008

mymdogs@gmail.com 

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