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Posted on Thursday May 17th, 2018

Don’t forget to keep posting your selfies for your chance to win a years free pet health care plan, a hamper for you and your pet, champagne and various other prizes!! ... See MoreSee Less

Don’t forget to keep posting your selfies for your chance to win a years free pet health care plan, a hamper for you and your pet, champagne and various other prizes!!

 

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There’s not enough room to get me, Gruff and his tongue in the photo! 👅

Bobby and Patty who come to the loo with me!!

Stig enjoying the bluebells 🐾💙

Classic😂😂😂😂

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Posted on Monday May 14th, 2018

With the weather getting warmer many more of us are taking our dogs for a walk.

While there is nothing wrong with doing so please be aware of some of the dangers.

Please walk your dogs early in the morning or late in the evening as it is possible for them to get heat stroke when walked in the warmest part of the day.

Please don’t throw stick for you dogs as it could cause major injuries. Please read the following article about the dangers of throwing sticks.
www.standard.co.uk/news/uk/vets-warn-throwing-sticks-for-dogs-could-cause-catastrophic-injuries-a...
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With the weather getting warmer many more of us are taking our dogs for a walk. 

While there is nothing wrong with doing so please be aware of some of the dangers.

Please walk your dogs early in the morning or late in the evening as it is possible for them to get heat stroke when walked in the warmest part of the day.

Please don’t throw stick for you dogs as it could cause major injuries. Please read the following article about the dangers of throwing sticks.
https://www.standard.co.uk/news/uk/vets-warn-throwing-sticks-for-dogs-could-cause-catastrophic-injuries-a3836031.html

Posted on Thursday May 10th, 2018

Protect your pets from ticks and fleas.

Keep up with regular flea and tick prevention treatments ask us for more information about the best products for you and your pet.

Carrying a tick removal tool is a great idea when walking your dogs and always check your pets over when you return home, removing any ticks immediately.

Be sure to regularly flea and tick-check your cats too.

If you would like more advice on fleas and ticks please call us on 01684 573333.
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Protect your pets from ticks and fleas.

Keep up with regular flea and tick prevention treatments ask us for more information about the best products for you and your pet.

Carrying a tick removal tool is a great idea when walking your dogs and always check your pets over when you return home, removing any ticks immediately.

Be sure to regularly flea and tick-check your cats too.

If you would like more advice on fleas and ticks please call us on 01684 573333.

 

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Also can’t recommend this stuff more, just one scoop in evening meal each day. Doug hasn’t had a tick in 3 years! It’s amazing stuff 😊

Is this a competition (if I tick the right one do I get a prize)😊

Posted on Tuesday May 8th, 2018

Don’t forget to keep posting your selfies!
Winners will be announced the beginning of June!
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Don’t forget to keep posting your selfies! 
Winners will be announced the beginning of June!

 

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I tried a selfie of the 2 of us but shadow didn't want me in the picture lol!

Taffy loves having his photo taken 😁

Posted on Saturday May 5th, 2018

Please take care if gardening this Bank holiday weekend and check for sleeping / nesting hedgehogs and wildlife before using strimmers and garden tools. Check untidy piles of leaves or anything cleared from the garden before discarding and remember to put shallow dishes of drinking water on the ground for hedgehogs who would also welcome meat flavour dry cat biscuits and cat/dog meat. It has been a very sad start to hedgehog season so far and the most recent case was an injury from garden netting. The adult female was a micro chipped hog who returned to rescue after being released last year. She had become so tangled in garden netting that it had cut right through her throat and windpipe. She had been mostly freed from the netting but still had it stuck in the throat cavity. Garden netting should be left on and the hog brought into rescue immediately. Hogs caught in netting will need antibiotics to counteract unseen damage under the skin. ... See MoreSee Less

Posted on Wednesday May 2nd, 2018

Here’s Benjie and his Daddy.

Don’t forget to keep posting your selfies the competition ends 31st May!
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Here’s Benjie and his Daddy.

Don’t forget to keep posting your selfies the competition ends 31st May!
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