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  4. Calvin


    I voted for your dog because he is cute ❤️
  5. Kerryward


    Little and large Loki my dog is on the left.
  6. Meg stanley


    Life is good
  7. Veronica


    “It’s a hard life”
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  10. Jill Bradshaw


    Alfie with ‘the tooth’ 😁
  11. Wendy Golding


    It’s a big world
  12. Diane martin


    Cute and cheeky pup
  13. Hughtom


    No ones at home
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  15. Joops


    This is cleo
  16. Barry Lanza


    Got to get up
  17. Debra Fereday


    Darcie trying to look innocent whilst chewing the reeds
  18. Col


    Let me eat CAKE
  19. Tracey marsh

    Dakky (weim)

    Me and my pals
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  21. Kim Pretorius


    Tau (Swahili for lioness) is a pedigree pocket Bully. She loves cuddles on the couch, treats and pulling long hair. Too much love to go around ❤️❤️
  22. Denise Bardon


    Just chillin 😎
  23. I’ve just bought a little Patterdale puppy, and I know I must get him vaccinated. But what must I get him vaccinated against? I guess the vet will tell me at the consult, but I’d like to understand what my puppy is being injected with - Marcus I’m glad you’re looking into getting your puppy vaccinated Marcus, as there are a lot of deadly diseases out there. There are a lot of anti-vaccine campaigners, but the reality is, vaccines are exceptionally safe, and the risk is just not worth taking. The initial vaccine course will vary depending on the brand of the vaccine, but in general, it will require two or three injections, roughly 3-4 weeks apart. After that, an annual booster vaccination is all that is needed to keep up the immunity. The following diseases are routinely vaccinated against: Distemper – This vaccination is in the form of an injection. Distemper is a disease which causes coughing, sneezing, vomiting, diarrhoea, lethargy and reddened eyes, before it spreads to the brain and causes symptoms such as seizures. It also causes hardening of the pads and the nose. Hepatitis – This vaccination is in the form of an injection. Hepatitis is an inflammation of the liver caused by Canine Adenovirus. This causes symptoms such as abdominal pain, lethargy, diarrhoea, vomiting, enlarged lymph nodes, loss of appetite, swelling of the brain and eventually death. Parvovirus – This vaccination is in the form of an injection. Parvovirus is a life-threatening disease that is common among puppies. It causes profuse bloody diarrhoea and occasionally vomiting. Puppies die rapidly of dehydration. It is extremely contagious. Leptospirosis – This vaccination is in the form of an injection. Up to four strains are vaccinated against depending on the vaccine brand. Dogs come into contact with Leptospirosis through contaminated water. It affects the kidneys, liver, central nervous system and reproductive system and causes symptoms such as vomiting, diarrhoea, lethargy, fever and yellowing of the skin and eyes. Parainfluenza and Bordetella – These vaccinations are given in combination in a vaccine which squirts up a nostril of the dog. Not all vets offer this vaccine as standard, but it is worth opting for if your puppy is going to socialise with other dogs. Together they form a complex disease called ‘Kennel Cough’. This is a highly contagious respiratory disease which causes an inflamed trachea, a hacking cough and copious phlegm. Rabies – This vaccination is not required for the UK but is required if you travel. It comes in the form of an injection. Rabies is a very dangerous virus which can be transmitted to humans through bites. It causes excessive drooling, aggression and behaviour changes which rapidly progresses to death within a week for 100% of cases showing clinical symptoms. While this seems like a lot of vaccinations, most manufacturers will combine the first four into one injection, so that your dog does not seem like a pin cushion!
  24. Helen

    Dogs Allowed

    Event Details Come along for a day out for ALL the family! Take part in games and activities for dogs and their people, MCT climbing wall, lots of demonstrations from dog handlers and service organisations, great food, crafts and the Dogs Allowed Pet Parade! Enjoy demonstrations by service dogs and dog trainers Visit our Vet-Check station for great advice Let your dog take part in different types of activities Games and MCT Climbing Wall for kids of all ages Craft stalls and lots of handmade products Woodfired Pizza, Ice Cream and other great street food vendors Dogs Allowed Pet Parade For an exhibitor pack please email: [email protected]
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    Come and join us on the Saturday 24th August for our Summer Fayre & Dog Show! There will be lots of fun and games going on in the day, as well as many fantastic external stalls too! Entry: £1 adults, 50p children. All money raised goes towards the animals in our centre. LOTS of fun activities to be involved in. Bring your dog down and take part in our fun dog show on the day too! Dog show registrations from 12pm, dog show starts at around 1.30pm. Dog show categories include: The Loveliest Lady Most Fabulous Fella Cutest Puppy (6 months to 12 months) Most gorgeous golden oldie (any dog over 7 years) Dog with the biggest smile Best rescue Dog Waggiest tail Best trick BEST IN SHOW! All entries: £2 first class, £1 after that. Top 3 get a rosette. Winner of each category gets a prize! Please note; all dogs taking part in the fun dog show must be over 6 months old and all be kept on leads at all times. Food & Drink available. Please come down and join in with our biggest open day of the year!
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    Our popular dog show returns for another year. Bring your pooch along to compete in some of our most serious categories: The waggiest tail Sausage eating Best control on lead The Kirkstall Abbey Dog Show is free. Just drop in!
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    Hola Huddersfield! Join us on Sunday 25th August for our fortnightly Doggy Disco! This is a chance to relax & network with other dog-owners in our dog & family friendly bar. WHATS ON: - FREE coffee & cake for every dog-owner - 2-4-1 tapas, cocktails & coffees ALL DAY - Free dog treats for all our furry friends - Brunch served until 2pm & food served until 10pm Share a pic of your pup enjoying their 'pawsecco' with the hashtag #DogsOfDeCuba for a cocktail on us! Don't miss out on your chance to come pet some pooches!
  28. Helen

    Dogs Day Out

    Calling all dog lovers! We’re holding our very own ‘Dogs Day Out’ and all four-legged friends are invited. It’ll be a fantastic opportunity to discover lovely local dog businesses, make friends with other dogs (and their owners!), and have fun in the process. There’ll be obstacle courses to keep the pups entertained, a sizzling BBQ (with tasty treats for pooches too) and lots of incredible suppliers and products – from accessories and dog treats to grooming and doggy day care. We’ll be announcing an exciting line-up of suppliers and activities over the coming weeks but in the meantime, please make sure you snap up your tickets before they sell out. Let’s treat our four-legged friends to a day they’ll never forget! Date: Saturday 31st August Time: 11am to 4pm Tickets: £2 per person. Children under 6 (and pets!) go FREE. Booking: Adult tickets must be booked online in advance – tickets will not be available to purchase on the day. Please bring a printed copy of your order confirmation email as this is your ticket!
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    The fun day is being organised by BARK (The Blackpool Association for Responsible K9’s and their humans). The association is an initiative working to promote responsible dog ownership in Blackpool. Nigel Patterson Chairman of BARK and a Friend of Stanley Park, said: “We are pleased to announce that we have formed a partnership with Blackpool Orders for Dog Control Action Group, Tower Dog Club, Friends of Stanley Park and Blackpool Council. “The aim is to improve and promote responsible dog ownership throughout Blackpool. The BARK event in Stanley Park will be fun and family orientated. We hope to promote BARK and to educate the public regarding dog related issues.” Dog Friendly Cllr Maria Kirkland, Cabinet Member responsible for Community Cohesion and Leisure, added: “This event promises to be a great day out for dog owners and dog lovers and those who just want to watch the fun activities of our canine friends. “Stanley Park as always is such a wonderful location to hold events and I congratulate everyone who has worked so hard to organise BARK in Stanley Park.” FREE car parking is available on Lawson’s Field.
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