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Benson the young Staffy – mis communication

Had such a fun time with this little chap yesterday – Benson a year old […]

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Bodi the Spanish Water Dog x Poodle – snapping and grooming

Meet Bodi a year old Spanish water dog X poodle. I was called out to […]

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BAILEY AND LOLA – learning bad habits

This is Bailey, a 5 year old male Staffie and Lola a 7mth old female […]

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Mozack the Malamute Puppy – Separation Anxiety

I first met Mozack when he was a 15 week old puppy and his family were […]

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Whiskey the Westie is barking mad at the TV

I met and worked with gorgeous Whiskey the West Highland Terrier. He is a 2.5 […]

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Teddy – Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

This is the gorgeous Teddy chilling out thinking about all the right info we have […]

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Dexter – Boston Terrier

Meet the gorgeous Dexter, he is a Boston Terrier who due to some bad experiences […]

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Alfie – Cockerpoo Puppy


 Alfie is an 11 weeks old, Male, Cockerpoo Puppy, what a gorgeous boy and […]

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Give your dog a stress free Christmas

Give your dog a stress free Christmas
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 Since the story broke about the 2 police dogs that died in a hot car, the public outcry and disgust at this tragedy has inspired a Dogs Today to launch an awareness campaign.

Please lend your support and stop it happening again. For FREE car sticker & other merchandise visit


“If the temperature is 85 degrees Fahrenheit (30 degrees Celsius) outside on a hot summer days, the inside of the car can reach 120 degrees Fahrenheit (49 degrees Celsius)within half an hour. Your puppy can suffer brain damage or death if her body temperature reaches 107 degrees Fahrenheit, which is only 5 to 7 degrees above normal body temperature. (A dog’s normal temperature ranges between 100 and 102.5 degrees Fahrenheit (37.7 – 39.1 degrees Celsius).”