Hi there, we’re Annabel Burn and Rob Katschmaryk, the proud founders of Woofs of Wimbledon. Check out our daily walks on instagram

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Our passion for working with dogs is what inspired us to start Woofs of Wimbledon in the first place. We’re based in the beautiful area between Wimbledon Common and Richmond Park, in the heart of South West London. It’s the perfect location for us to take our furry friends out for a stroll and enjoy the great outdoors.

Our dog walking and training business has been up and running since 2009, and we couldn’t be happier with how it’s grown over the years.

We believe that being a dog walker is the ultimate dream job. It’s an opportunity to spend your days surrounded by lovable pups who bring joy and happiness into our lives. That’s why we’re committed to providing the highest quality dog walking and training services to our clients.

At Woofs of Wimbledon, we understand that every dog is unique and has their own individual needs. That’s why we tailor our services to suit each and every one of our four-legged clients. Whether it’s a leisurely walk around the park, or more intensive training sessions, we’re here to provide the care and attention your dog deserves.

So if you’re looking for a trustworthy and reliable dog walker in South West London, look no further than Woofs of Wimbledon. We’d love to meet you and your furry friend and show you just how much we adore working with dogs.

Annabel Burn

Annabel has been looking after animals (including horses, goats, and chickens) all her life and loves training dogs. She has the CIDBT full behaviour and training qualifications, is both APDT and DTC trained, as well as currently working under the Kennel Club Instructor scheme. Annabel also loves taking her dogs to weekly agility classes in the evenings and competitions some weekends. Check out Annabel’s personal takes on dogs and life on the Huffington Post – and on our blog page.

Rob Katschmaryk

Rob has been trained by the Battersea Dogs Home where has been volunteering since 2012. He used to be a celebrity Booker for television until working at Battersea Dogs Home in his spare time converted him into a dog lover. Rob also works as a volunteer for the Vizsla Rescue as a rehoming vetter.



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