A little bit about Us

March of the K9’s has been successfully established for over 10 years. We first began in North Leeds and Harrogate catering for the needs and requirements of their favourite four legged friends. Due to a recent relocation, we had to make the tough decision to close down the existing business and make the big step towards re-starting and gaining the loyalty of Inverness-shire’s finest!

How it All Began

My name is Katy and I set up March of the K9’s on the back of working long and arduous hours within the corporate world of Executive Search. I soon realised that I was paying out for someone else to walk my beautiful German Shorthaired Pointer Reli on a daily basis, without getting much of the joy from him myself apart from at the obvious weekends. So, I made the bold decision to leave and set up my own dog walking/day-care and home boarding business. The hours were just as long if not longer, but far more rewarding!

We now have four beautiful and very bouncy Miniature Dachshunds; 6 yr old Doris & Cora, and Ettie & Paddy the siblings who are almost 1. This day-care life provides them with the socialisation and contact that every dog should have!

The business soon grew and I had a lovely selection of regular clients who I still stay in touch with to this day. It was a sad day to leave Leeds & Harrogate, but hopefully, we can recreate the same vibe and energy in Inverness-shire as we did south of the border.

Where We Are Today

Exciting News! March of the K9’s Doggy Day Care has found a new home! We are now to be found operating out of Milton, near Drumnadrochit temporarily until we finalise the work on our forever home on the Black Isle in Mulbuie which is part of my in-laws farm and provides plenty of outdoor exercise opportunities in one of the most beautiful surroundings.

It’s ideal for dogs who want to make new friends and socialise with other like-minded furry friends! We want to be able to make an exciting difference to your dog’s day. We want you to be able to pick up happy, healthy and more importantly sleepy dogs at the end of your busy days!

The nice things they say!