We are recommended by the local veterinary practices and we are listed on their websites. Merridays is an independent business run by Tricia Morgan Carroll (read about Tricia here) in 2014 Jo Talbot, Tricia’s sister, joined the business which has enabled Merridays to offer a more extensive service and excellent cover providing contingency during holidays and emergencies. For more information please call us on 01252 710861 or 07775 633133.
Covering Farnham and villages including:- Puttenham, Seale, The Sands, Runfold, Shackleford, Tilford, Frensham, Dockenfield, Rowledge, Bounstone, The Bourne, Wrecclesham, Bucks Horn Oak, Weybourne, Badshot Lea, Hale, Upper Hale.
An experienced and professional Dog Walking service, we have a private, fully fenced and enclosed field which provides a secure, safe and clean environment to exercise your dog. It has also proven to be an excellent safe way to exercise dogs with poor recall, those that like to do ‘their own thing’ and return in their own time; while old dogs who need to take a break can take a rest and rejoin the party at their own pace. The field is perfect for puppies still in training, too.
If you are away from the house for a large portion of the day and you don’t want to leave your dog all day alone. Merridays provide a dog day care service. We can collect your dog from 8.15 a.m. and can deliver back up until 6.00 p.m. or you can collect your dog on your way home. Your dog will spend the day with us at our house in Lower Bourne, Farnham, will go for walks and will enjoy the company of people and other dogs, he can relax in the house or play in our large garden weather permitting.
Merridays offers the alternative to putting your cat into a cattery or asking favours of friends and neighbours. Your cat ‘s routine is not changed, the cat has a lot less trauma than being taken out of his familiar environment and put into a cattery. We can come in once or twice a day, to feed your cat and to check that everything is ok, we can give him lots of cuddles (if he likes that sort of thing), check on the house, put the mail away, turn lights on/off, move your curtains etc., to give your house the image that someone is staying there.