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  • Wind Tunnel!!Wind Tunnel!!!
    By on July 9th, 2012 | No Comments Comments

    Samba The Bulldog Out and About on a Windy Day!

  • Apple Cider Vinegar for Dogs
    By on June 21st, 2012 | No Comments Comments

    For a Natural Approach simply adding a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar to your dogs water bowl has many benefits.  Most importantly Apple Cider Vinegar has antiviral, antifungal, anti-sceptic and anti-inflammatory properties therefore it can: boost the immune system;  help with fungal infections such as ring worm;  help with wounds and spots;  it’s anti-inflammatory properties can help dogs with arthritis and joint problems. Humans have been using this for centuries for its health benefits, can also be used to help cats and horses too. Other reasons to add apple cider vinegar to your dogs water bowl include:

    • Aids to promote appetite
    • Helps in the treatment of worms and prevention of fleas and ticks.
    • Helpful in eliminating other internal and external parasite problems.
    • Promotes general well being
    • Neutralizes the acid in dogs. This helps keep those brown tear stains from forming under their eyes.
    • Eliminates the brown patches on your lawn by balancing your pet’s pH.
    • For dogs with respiratory problems it may reduce symptoms, such as watery eyes and nasal discharge and coughs.
    • Can be used successfully for dry, itchy or infected skin problems.
    • After your weekly grooming sessions, use a few drops in his or her ears after cleaning them to avoid ear infections
    • There are also reports that it is useful in the prevention of bladder and kidney stones.

    What Apple Cider Vinegar?
    Buying the right vinegar is very important. Apple Cider Vinegar ranges in colour from a light golden to orange. You’ll know you’ve found the right stuff if you see sediment, referred to as the “mother of vinegar” on the bottom of the bottle.

    You must buy Apple Cider Vinegar that is unpasteurised and comes with the ‘Mother’ intact. This ‘Mother’ (all the beneficial living enzymes left in) and this is why it has a cloudy look to it. Other, more commercial brands boil, pasteurise and downright kill their vinegar to make it clear and look pleasing to the eye but this removes all of the powerful properties rendering the vinegar useless. Some people refer to these as ‘dead’ vinegars.

    The daily dosage is one teaspoon for small dogs and one tablespoons for medium-large dogs, added to water or placed on top of food.

    If using on the skin apply directly to the skin with cotton wool. Can also be used diluted with water  in a mister bottle and sprayed on to your dogs coat to help prevent fleas Note: Do not spray over your dogs eyes. This can also be sprayed onto your pets bedding to eliminate fleas.


    BUY NOW: Apple Cider Vinegar Tonic with ‘Mother’ – 1000ml (33.8oz) Natural Organic Raw Unfiltered Plastic Bottle £6.95

  • Mission Not So Impossible for Pudsey
    By on May 13th, 2012 | No Comments Comments

    Mission Accomplished with on outstanding win for Britian’s Got Talent Winner 2012 – Pudsey the Dog and Ashleigh

    Watch Pudsey’s winning Mission Impossible Routine Now

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  • Double Dutch Dog
    By on April 14th, 2012 | No Comments Comments

    Double Dutch Dog – This is amazing!!!

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  • K9 Easter Bunny
    By on April 6th, 2012 | No Comments Comments

    K9 Easter Bunny – Happy Easter

  • Cute and Kitsch Puppy Dog Necklace – Bargain
    By on April 3rd, 2012 | No Comments Comments

    Cute and Kitsch Puppy Dog Fashion Necklace – Looks like a Dachshound with a hint of snoopy??

    It’s Only £2.49 with Free Delivery and Gift Bag!!

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  • Crufts 2012 Best in Show Winner
    By on March 12th, 2012 | No Comments Comments

    Crufts 2012 Best in Show Winner:  Lhasa Apso, Ch Zentarr Elizabeth

    Reserve Place went to the Newfoundland Champion King of Helluland Feel the Win

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    Dogs.info Loves the Newfoundland Bear Hug!!!

  • Crufts 2012 Working,Pastoral, Terrier & Hound Winners
    By on March 11th, 2012 | No Comments Comments

    Crufts 2012 Working Group Winner is: Newfoundland
    The multi-international Champion King of Helluland Feel the Win, owned by Mr & Mrs Krockovci from Slovakia.

    Crufts 2012 Pastoral Winner:
    Old English Sheepdog, Ch Bottomshaker My Secret owned by Mr J Koroknai from Hungary

    Crufts 2012 Terrier Group Winner: Norwich Terrier
    Ragus Merry Gentleman owned by Mrs L Crawley and Mr M Oddie from Selby in North Yorkshire

    Crufts 2012 Hound Group Winner:Borzoi
    Ch Rothesby Sholwood Snow Hawk, owned by Sue Carter from Newark in Nottinghamshire.