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Posted on Wednesday June 12th, 2019

Some sneak previews of our photo shoot today Sian Ryley Photography ... See MoreSee Less

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What lovely photos.

Lovely pics and Miss K Ryley you are looking really good πŸ˜πŸ‘ŒπŸ˜

Super pics. All very good - love the first one of Helen with a lovely dog πŸ•

Beautiful pics

George is sulking (he’s such a diva)

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Posted on Wednesday June 12th, 2019

Today we are having photos taken by Sian Ryley Photography look out for our all new website photos. ... See MoreSee Less

Today we are having photos taken by Sian Ryley Photography look out for our all new website photos.Image attachment

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looking lovely Lauren xxx

Will there be any ‘behind the scenes’?? I often wonder where Finn is when he is on one of his many visits! 🀦🏼‍♀️

Posted on Wednesday June 5th, 2019

We are so happy to receive this in the post today ... See MoreSee Less

We are so happy to receive this in the post today

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Excellent vets - good to have it recognised. πŸΎπŸ•

It's very well deserved.

Well done - but I'm sure it's well deserved.

Always go above and beyond to help any animal πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘

Posted on Thursday April 25th, 2019

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Christopher Penhale

Marie Anne Macdonald

Accurate

Posted on Saturday April 6th, 2019

Did you know that there are many campaigns to try and stop companies from putting xylitol in products?

Xylitol is an artificial sweetener found in products like chewing gum, mints and toothpastes, that can cause severe illness and death in dogs when eaten.
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Did you know that there are many campaigns to try and stop companies from putting xylitol in products?

Xylitol is an artificial sweetener found in products like chewing gum, mints and toothpastes, that can cause severe illness and death in dogs when eaten.

Posted on Friday April 5th, 2019

Since the popularity of e-cigarettes has increased so have the cases of poisoned dogs.

Chewing the cigarette or refill can cause life-threatening nicotine poisoning, a rapidly acting toxin that needs immediate veterinary attention.
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Since the popularity of e-cigarettes has increased so have the cases of poisoned dogs.

Chewing the cigarette or refill can cause life-threatening nicotine poisoning, a rapidly acting toxin that needs immediate veterinary attention.

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Gosh - thank you

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