About Us

About Our Staff

Rachel Walton - (Owner & Director)

Rachel has received training in grooming through City and Guilds, the only industry recognised grooming qualification . She is currently advancing her qualifications and will sit her practical exams this year to achieve the C&G Professional Dog Stylist Diploma.

She has completed a CPD accredited canine first aid course through Animal Love Ltd. She has fully achieved a NCEF Level 2 qualification in Animal Care and is studying for her NCEF Level 3 in Animal Behaviour. Rachel is now qualified and registered to micro chip your dogs and puppies. She has attended Canine communication course with Dr Isla Fishburn of Kachina Canine Communication. Rachel has also spent time volunteering for the Otra Cosa network in Peru working with stray and abandoned dogs.

Rachel Says "Having spent part of my career working in the commercial office environment I'm so happy to have taken the bold steps to follow my dreams. I have worked tirelessly to re-train and I am now the company director of Pawsome Dogs. I love my job! I love dogs! I will strive to be the best that I can be and will continue to learn and develop my skills.


Our Values

Passionate about dogs we promise to operate a trusting and personal service that holds animal welfare at the heart of everything we do providing dogs with love, care, attention and enjoyment.

All staff are CRB checked and the company complies with all legal licenses, regulations and insurance requirements.

We strive for complete customer satisfaction so if you have any concerns about the service you have received please let us know so we can call you to discuss and find a solution.

About The Company

Formed in 2014, Servicing East Berkshire and the Oxfordshire/Bucks/Surrey borders and a member of the Pet Industry Federation and as part of their terms we have agreed to:

  • Strive to improve industry standards.
  • Promote responsible pet ownership.
  • Strive to ensure customer satisfaction at all times.
  • Provide customers with clear and current advice on services and products.
  • Minimise our impact on the environment where ever possible.
  • Promote best practice in animal welfare, observing the five animal welfare needs as laid out in the Animal Welfare Act.
  • Ensure all staff are appropriately trained and work environments are fit for purpose.

NCFE qualification fully achieved.


NCFE Investing in Quality


Very insightful course


City & Guilds training completed.


Shelter dogs at the beach in Peru


Down time at the shelter


6 weeks volunteering in Peru


Chakira - my favourite


Bandalara - lovely dog


Volunteer life at the shelter


Marisol - beautiful