Noise sensitive

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Firework season is hard if your dog is sound sensitive, but you can help them out for next year.

You need to start now  as it takes time and patience to teach coping with noise and reduce reaction too.

Packages available for your dog with continous support until next bonfire.

Drop me a message or email to discuss your needs.

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1st Aid

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Do you know what to do if your dog stops breathing, or badly cuts their paw?

I believe basic doggy first aid is a must for a doggy folk, owners, carers and professionals.

We have a dog 1st aid course in Nov taught by a fab Vet Nurse Nicola and the session has lots of practical things like bandaging as well as Certificates and a full booklet as support.

If your interested pm me, email or ring me.

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Toys

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Dog toys have many uses retrieving games, comfort and chewing.

Different dogs like different textures and shapes for their mouth.

Do you have inside and outside toys, some just for walks and some just for certain times.

Then there is feeding aids to slow down or get your dog to work for their food.

With such a range on the market it can be hard to choose what to buy.

With 3 dogs I have a range of toys as all 3 like different things.

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Winter

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Winter isn’t fun for us but most dogs love it.

Mind games and enrichment are the way if it’s soggy, cold or your not well this winter.

Loads of ideas out there these are my favourites [-

Kong stuffed and frozen, snuffle mat and a good old game of find the food.

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