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Zest and Piri - Feb 2018

Zest and Piri - Feb 2018

Zest has been on rest and is now starting to get back to jump fitness in time for the GB tryouts in April which is very exciting :D Piri is doing really well and looking very cute. Check out the latest fro Zest and Piri below

Preparing our Dogs for visiting unusual places.

Preparing our Dogs for visiting unusual places.

With Crufts creeping up, its time to consider how can we prepare our dogs to cope with such an unusual event. In this week's blog, we get some tips from our friend and mum to GeeGee_Dogs Jeanna Gwilliams.

Puppy School talks us through loose lead walking.

Puppy School talks us through loose lead walking.

Puppies pull on the lead because they want to walk faster or go in a different direction to us. Since it is usually impossible to allow them to go where they want to go or keep up with them, we need to teach them to walk with us at our pace and not to pull on the lead. Puppies that walk nicely on the lead without pulling often get more walks and are a pleasure to take out.

10 Ways your pet shows you they love you

10 Ways your pet shows you they love you

With Valentine's day approaching and love in the air, how do our cats and dogs show us when they are feeling the warm fuzzies? Here are 10 signs to look out for.

Furball or Fatball? Feline Obesity.

Furball or Fatball? Feline Obesity.

January is the month where we all look at our diets and lifestyle and re-evaluate them. We start an exercise regime and aim that this year, we will not be fat! Well, the same should go with our cats. Although, we cannot blame over eating at Christmas being the cause of their plump bellies, we do have to look at how them being fat is an issue. Obese cats may look funny but being fat can cause all kinds of health issues such as diabetes and arthritis. So it’s time for a January CATOVER!

Zest's Olympia Blog

Zest's Olympia Blog

“The highlight of our agility career so far happened just before Christmas, we had qualified for the Novice Olympia Agility Stakes Semi-Final. We competed again around 5000 other dogs to attempt to qualify for the quarter-finals in August and after gaining the fastest time we made it through to the Semi-Finals. Read more here

Craig Taylor MD - A look back over 2017 and looking forward to 2018

Craig Taylor MD - A look back over 2017 and looking forward to 2018

Craig our MD takes a look back over 2017 and looks forward to 2018. Read more below

Driving Home For Christmas

Pre travel preparations for an anxious dog - if your dog is of a sickly nature when traveling including excessive salivating, pacing and being sick then it’s better to take as much time as possible to get them used to the traveling environment.