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This would be pugsies first time but I’m sure he would be fine. He’s in perfect health been brought up around kids so thats never been a problem. He’s got a lovely temperament and a cheeky little personality. KC reg.. papers can be seen on visit.
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31st Mar 2019
Reading Time: 5 minutes
Are you thinking of letting your pooch join dog agility training? It can be a wonderful sport for you and your furry friend. There is age limit for dogs but no age restriction for handlers. Izzy Taylor, a four-year-old girl, won hearts in this year’s Crufts competition.
22nd Feb 2019
Reading Time: 2 minutes
“What could be better than sharing a coffee and pupuccino or a cocktail and a pawtini, with your furry best friend and meeting lots of new friends?” says Anushka Fernando, Pug Café owner and Dachshund Café organiser.
19th Feb 2019
Reading Time: 5 minutes
PDSA (People's Dispensary for Sick Animals), an animal veterinary charity, is calling all pet owners that have plump pets such like cats, dog, rodents, and rabbits to let their beloved animals compete in this year’s pet slimming club competition—the Pet Fit Club.
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