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  • Number of dogs: 1
  • Breeds: GSD
  1. Helen


    What a happy pup!
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    Well established event including; DJ, Entertainment, Refreshments, Barbecue, Well being, Childrens Zone, Dog Show run by Dab Dogs, Art Gallery, First Aid Cover,Mascots, Free Health Check Various Exhibitors. Free Goodie Bags and prizes to be won and lots more!
  3. Helen

    Wicked Doggy Fun Day

    Wicked Doggy Fun Day! Check out the below link for all the details 🙂 We will be doing a BBQ, the food must pre ordered in the shop or via an entry form 🙂 https://www.facebook.com/events/453226321888740/ About Organizer: Organic Fairtrade Coffee, Cakes, Nutriment Dog and Cat Food sourced from Laverstoke Park Farm, Pet Supplies and Dog Play Field. Come Check us out ! http://www.cherishedfarm.co.uk
  4. Great News! Feel free to share anytime 🙂
  5. Thanks for the info Yelyena. I hope you can find someone to give these special pups the homes they deserve. Please spread the word everyone!
  6. Helen


    We know someone else who thinks exactly the same way. Kara loves to be in our local river 🙂
  7. Two North East schools have been busy battling to become the UK’s first PDSA ‘PetWise’ School. The vet charity launched the award last year, designed to teach the next generation of pet owners about caring for pets. Morpeth All Saints Church of England Aided First School in Northumberland and Benton Dene Special School in Newcastle were among the first schools to sign up to PDSA’s 'PetWise in Schools' programme, which launched in late 2018. They dedicated time each week to complete the modules, working their way up through the four easy-to-follow levels. Both schools have now gained their full ‘PetWise’ status in record time. Ailsa Jones, PDSA’s Group Head of Veterinary Services, presented both schools with their special glass plaques. Ailsa said: “Our PetWise for Schools award is designed to be a curriculum-linked programme. It teaches primary-aged children about pets’ welfare needs in a fun and engaging way. And thanks to support from the players of People’s Postcode Lottery to develop the award, it’s free for any primary schools, home schools or uniform groups to sign up to.” One hundred and seventy four schools and groups have now signed up for the awards, reaching more than 35,000 children. The two schools in the North East are the first in the UK to complete the full programme. Teachers and students at Benton Dene working on the PetWise award Rachel Rush, a teacher at Benton Dene Special School said, “This was a fantastic opportunity for our children. The award was engaging and interesting at every point and everything you needed to deliver the sessions was all there, from curriculum-linked planning sheets to PowerPoint slides. Our pupils are looking forward to sharing their newly-gained knowledge with others. Thank you PDSA for an amazing award!” The PDSA PetWise Schools award is part of the charity’s community and education programme, and was developed thanks to support from players of People's Postcode Lottery. Participants learn over a four-level course starting from a one day introduction course progressing through Bronze, Silver and Gold levels which cover subjects such as communication, recognising behaviour and body language and other areas of pet ownerships such as costs and other responsibilities. The gold level deals with the possibilities of pursuing careers in animal care and also more nuanced subject matter such as animal legislation and addressing prejudice. All levels also include fun activities and resources. The course is designed to fit within a single school year but PDSA state that there is some flexibility to fit around school schedules. Visit pdsa.org.uk/PetWise for more information and to sign up.
  8. Helen


    Wow! What a difference. Willow is one lucky pup!
  9. Helen


    What a beautiful pup... I hope she finds her fur ever home soon!
  10. Hi Jules, are you close to Stratford? There is a Frenchie event happening in June. You and Skyla might want to join in.
  11. Helen


    Aww that’s a shame you’re not closer. 😞 Hopefully there is something closer to home for you at some point.
  12. What a clever doggo playing Jenga! Can your dog do any amazing tricks? Kara is much better at following commands when there are treats on offer. 🤣
  13. Helen


    Have you seen the FrenchieTown Festival in the June events? Frenchie heaven!!!
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    After the success of our most recent Dog Brunch, we’ve decided to do it again as it was PAWsome! We have also made the move to the Garden to enjoy the sunshine. Starting at 11am, enjoy two full hours of brunch and barking mad games with your four-legged friends including: Doggy Style fashion parade, Barking Bake Off, Paw Printing Station, Smooch the Pooch photobooth, Dancing Queen, Tricks & Kicks (most obedient dog wins prizes) and Rottweiler Raffle to raise funds for the Dogs Trust! There will also be a collection bag for Battersea Cats & Dogs Home for any of your unwanted doggy related items so be sure to bring them along. Tickets are just £15 for brunch and all the fun and games so book now to avoid being in the dog house.