Christmas is the time for giving and the most common time for dogs to receive toys from you, your friends and relatives. This is when you must be the responsible guardian in their lives and make sure that those well-meaning gifts are safe for your dog and sometimes simply smile sweetly, say thank you and pop the unsuitable presents away, safely out of reach!
We are proud to have supported an evening to raise money for the charity All Dogs Matter. A fantastic £3500 was raised at the event. Organiser and All Dogs Matter team member Rowena is thrilled with the amount raised and said how much of a difference this money will make to the charity and to all the dogs in need.
Christmas is the time when we all want to treat friends and family and that of course includes our dogs and cats! To help your pets have a healthy Christmas and not have it spent at the vets, read labels carefully and avoid giving foods that your pets are not used to and especially treats that are full of E-numbers, sugars and preservatives, which may have enticing pretty coloured packaging but may not necessarily be healthy choices for your dogs and cats.