Contented Companions, Happy Homes

Brentwood • Hutton • Shenfield

Welcome to Busters Dog Walking Services – your first choice for professional, friendly and reliable dog walkers in Brentwood, Essex.

Four terrier type dogs on a bench with paws up on the backrest, looking at the camera. There is a pond and greenery in the background.

Be as happy as your dog!

As one of the the longest-established dog walkers in Brentwood, we provide you with total peace of mind. Our 14 years of expertise in dog training and behaviour, as well as experience walking hundreds of dogs of all breeds and sizes means your dog will be cared for in the same way you do. We look after our human customers just as well as we look after the dogs.

All dogs need more than just physical exercise. They also have emotional, mental and behavioural needs.* Busters Dogs are walked in small groups to enable lots of individual attention, so our fully trained dog walkers can meet all four of these needs for every dog on every walk. Your dog will then be returned home safely to you in our fully equipped, GPS tracked vans with individual travel kennels.

Be as happy as your dog after a Busters Walk - know that everything is right in your world.

I like the fact they limit the number of dogs at any one time and provide individual crates in their van. It shows care and concern for the well-being and safety of your pet. It’s a godsend for me, and the staff are excellent. Ike is very grateful, and so am I, it’s much appreciated!
Catherine & Ike

*Concentrating on just physical exercise can push dogs to the point of exhaustion. When this happens every day, not only does their stamina increase so they need more and more exercise to get the same effect, their behaviour can deteriorate over time as they are not able to concentrate enough to learn during training sessions.

Their adrenalin kicks in to support a fatigued system, and stresses their entire body, which can also lead to health problems. Repetitive games, such as fetch, played for long periods, can in some cases lead to Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Although an exhausted dog that sleeps a lot might seem a nice idea, in the long term it creates more problems than it solves.