pet sitting

Happy New Year to All

Dearest Customers,

I wanted to take this opportunity to wish you, your families and your furry loved ones a very happy new year.

We were very lucky to receive so many cards and gifts from you over the Christmas period. Thank you all very much for your thoughts and generosity. It was very kind of you.

Additionally, I would like to thank you as our customers for your loyalty and support in 2016. Further huge thanks to the Paws Team, Sarah, Samantha, Maisie, Dawn, Zac and Wayne for their hard work and dedication in looking after our customers.

Turning our attention to 2017, it’s going to be an exciting year for us with the opening of our Doggy Day Care Centre moving ever closer. We are also making significant progress preparing new services and expanding into new locations from Rye, to Ashford across to Folkestone and beyond.

Finally, there is one thing I refuse to change, the high standards we strive to maintain every day in the way in which we care for our pets and their owners. They are going to remain priority number 1 for all of the Paws crew.

Happy New Year!


Paws Claws and More

Our new website is live!!!!

Welcome to our new website!

After quite a few long days and nights of keyboard tapping and the loss of some hair, we have finally got to the point where the site can be shown to the outside world.

The site contains all types of information relating to our company and our services with of course lots of great pictures and videos for you to enjoy.

We have an extensive FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) section explaining everything we do and how we do it.

This Blog function will be used to bring you regular updates on all the news concerning Paws Claws and More so please check back regularly.

Finally, if you find you have a question that needs answering that is not contained within these pages please do get in contact with us (



Hypo Hounds

We support Hypo Hounds

We are very proud to announce we are officially supporting Hypo Hounds.

This wonderful charity is here to help children and adults with diabetes whose pet dogs have the potential to become a diabetic alert dog by training them to alert their owners or their families to changes in blood sugars. Diabetic alert dogs can prevent potentially life-threatening hypoglycaemic attacks.

If you want to know more, the link to their website is listed in our “About” page.

This is Phil with their CEO, Jane Pearman.