Quality pet care in Ashford

We aim to provide a quality pet care service to animal lovers in Ashford and the surrounding area. We will care for a variety of animals, including reptiles. Their needs are the number one priority for Tails & Scales.


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We Love Animals

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Welcome to Tails & Scales. We offer a range of services to suit your needs. From one-off visits, holiday care or regular dog walks and cat feeding, we are there to help.

Your pet’s welfare is important to us. All pets will be given the same care and attention that you give them at home.

We are fully insured and offer a free, no obligation visit to you to see what your needs are. We understand that no two animals are the same, they all have their own personality and we treat them all as individuals.

We have a vast personal experience of many animals including dogs, cats, guinea pigs, fish, and reptiles.

We offer dog walking, pet sitting, pet visits and feeding, reptile holiday home, transport service for grooming and vet appointments

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Pet Visits

Whatever your pet, if you need a one-off visit or regular visits while away from home then we can cater for you.

Dog Walking

Many people find it difficult to walk their dogs, whether through work pressures or health reasons. We can ensure that your faithful friend still gets the exercise he or she needs to stay happy and healthy.
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Latest from the Blog

Updates, anecdotes and some useful tips and tricks from the Tails & Scales team.

What is Alabama Rot?

Alabama Rot or CRGV (cutaneous and renal glomerular vasculopathy) is a disease that affects all ages, breeds and weight of dogs. It is unknown what causes the disease. If not spotted early enough, it can cause sudden and potentially fatal kidney failure. Other signs...

Snow for Ashford again!

With the snow falling & grit being spread to keep our roads moving; don't forget to clean your furry friends paws after walking. The gritting salt can cause skin irritation & can be harmful if they feel like eating it!

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