About The Four-Legged Cuddle Club
Hello and welcome to The Four--Legged Cuddle Club (TFLCC)! My name is Natalie and I am the lucky owner of this pawsome club, getting to spend my days looking after your adorable fur babies. To find out a little bit more about me and TFLCC, have a read of the below...
Highly experienced with cats and dogs; Prior to TFLCC I ran a successful dog walking and pet sitting business in London, working day in, day out with dogs and cats of all shapes, sizes and temperaments, and with varying needs.
Fully insured with Pet Business Insurance
First aid trained by First Aid for Pets (2022)
DBS checked (Enhanced DBS Certificate)
One-to-one; enabling bespoke, personalised care, with home visits catered specifically to your individual pet's needs and all of my attention focused solely on them
In your own home; no catteries, no kennels, no new environment/dynamic for your pet to get used to, and no transportation - just all of their usual home comforts, smells and favourite spots
There's something about Maisie...
In 2019, myself and my other half brought home an 8-week old bundle of joy (read: furry crocodile) called Maisie. I didn't know it then, but I was about to gain a whole lot more experience of a multitude of canine behavioural issues. From day one, Maisie was highly intelligent, headstrong and anxious, with a persistence yet to be rivalled and a tendency to fight rather than flight. In her 4 years, she has struggled with everything from separation anxiety to reactivity with other dogs.
Getting her to where she is today - not resolved of all her issues, but a happy, healthy dog - is one of my proudest achievements, and I have learnt so much from her that has helped me when working with other animals with their own issues. Not only has this made me a better dog owner and pet sitter, but it also ignited a drive in me to ditch the one-size-fits-all approach and create a pet sitting service for all dogs and cats, whatever their personalities, quirks, likes or dislikes; a service that is flexible enough to adapt to each individual animal and give them personalised care where they feel safest: at home.