Areas of coverage includes:
Nunthorpe, North Ormesby, Linthorpe, Acklam, Coulby Newham, Marton, Hemlington, Stainton, Eston, Ormesby, Maltby, Lazenby, Normanby.
About Petpals Middlesbrough
Paul retired from the Royal Air Force after more than 23 years loyal service to the crown. Paul found an opportunity to change careers and join Petpals and in doing so he has been able to combine his love of animals and the countryside.
Paul lives in Acklam with his son Adam, two Labrador Retrievers called Jet and Lilly and a cat called Dusty. Over the years he has gained a wide experience of owning a variety of pets from cats, birds, hamsters and rabbits to lizards and snakes and of course there have always been dogs! Paul has completed a Level 2 Certificate in Animal Care and is well on the way to completing a Diploma in Dog Behaviour.
Now into his sixth year as owner of Petpals Middlesbrough he is very much looking forward to caring for your pet/s and will offer a professional and reliable service at all times – giving you peace of mind while you are away from home.
So whatever your requirement, be it going on holiday, out at work, or even taking that spontaneous day out, Petpals Middlesbrough will provide you with complete piece of mind by taking the very best care of your family pet. Please be sure to check out the testimonials from Middlesbrough customers.
If your area or village is not covered in the list of areas above please contact us and we will do our best to help.
If there is a service you require that is not listed above, or you have any special requirements, please contact us and we will do our best to help.
Petpals Middlesbrough services:
Puppy Care Visits
Elderly Care Visits
Pet/Vet Taxi Service
Small Animal Home Boarding
Wedding Dog Chaperone Service
Training & Experience
Paul Yates has completed training in the following:
- Pet Handling and Restraint
- Behaviour, Intelligence and Socialisation
- First Aid
- Care of Older Pets
- Pet Sanitation
- London School of Hygiene & Tropical Diesease – COVID 19 Tackling Coronavirus