Wow, what a year 2016 has been. Started off the year moving to Central London. Spent a long weekend in France with the dogs. We went to Crufts for the first time. We organised a fun train ride for dogs and raised ¬£300 for animal rescue. Had a road trip to Scotland with the dogs. We teamed up with Rockster Superfood and donated food, toy and treat boxes to homeless dogs in East Sussex Fostered and helped rehome loads and loads and loads of dogs   Thank you all for being a part of our journey   Lots of love…

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What’s shirtless, full of abs, covered in fur, and sometimes meows? The 2017 Edition of the Men of the Vet School Calendar! The¬†esteemed veterinary fraternity, Omega Tau Sigma, at Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine has once again recruited their very “attractive” classmates to raise money for a great causes. The calendar supports the fraternity and its fundraising efforts for multiple charities include the Patient Assistance Fund at Cornell University Hospital for Animals. This fund benefits members of the community and their pets by providing financial resources to owners who cannot otherwise afford the medical care their pet needs. The…

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Just like us humans are always told to look after our feet as “we can’t go anywhere without them”, it is just as important to keep our dogs feet healthy. Grit The grit that is used to melt ice on our City streets can really damage our dogs feet. The combination of chemicals and salt can result in cuts, inflammation and sensitivity.   Do– Clean your dogs paws after a walk or get dog booties Don’t– walk your dog through heavily gritted areas   Nails and Fur Keeping on top of clipping our dogs nails is just as important in…

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Begin preparing your dog for the new arrival as soon as you can. The more time you spend training your dog, the easier it will be for your dog to adjust. Months in advance work on your dogs general behaviour is to a good standard. Teach him not to jump up, not pull on lead and come when called make sure your dog is healthy and up to date with worming and flea treatments allow alone time for your dog to get him used to sometimes being left alone if you don’t want your dog in the nursery, start practising…

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