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Westie Testimonial - Sandra Tranter

Good Morning...I hope you all had a great weekend?  We thought that we would share this lovely testimonial with you, its great to hear from our customers and to hear how our natural, organic pet therapies are helping their pets.   "My Westie, Wilma has had really bad skin for a while, having had various treatments from our local vets and a particularly nasty outbreak of really sore oozing irritated skin the poor thing just couldn't stop scratching and biting she was almost demented and so was I! Someone in a post about Westie skin problems recommended your products so I thought I would give it a go, I placed my order and was delivered very quickly Omega-3 and after...

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London & Surrey VizWhizz Auction For Vizsla Rescue Groups & Charities

So how many of you know what a Vizsla is?   Its a very beautiful dog breed originating from Hungary... there a loyal, sporting dog that is smallest of the all-round pointer-retriever breeds. There is approximately 1000 puppies registered in UK each year making them one of the top 50 most popular in the UK (Kennel Club of Great Britain) and there getting more and more popular each year! We were delighted to be recently contacted by Lucy Barrett, one of the organisers of the London & Surrey VizWhizz - there a group of Hungarian Vizsla Owners and they organise walks and get togethers all over the country for Vizsla owners. They also host and arrange various events and fund raisers throughout the year...

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A Dog Named Faith

This dog was born in 2002. He was born with 2 legs. He of course could not walk when he was born. Even his mother did not want him. His first owner also did not think that he could survive and he was thinking of 'putting him to sleep'.  But then, his present owner, Jude Stringfellow, met him and wanted to take care of him. She became determined to teach and train this little dog to walk by himself. She named him 'Faith'. In the beginning, she put Faith on a surfboard to let him feel the movement.  Later she used peanut butter on a spoon as a lure and reward for him for standing up and jumping around.  Even the other...

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