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Dog Walking Groups / German Shepherd walk stafford/cannock
« Last post by Kody from Stafford on November 09, 2017, 01:40:19 PM »
Hi are there any German Shepherd owners  in the area that would like to meet up for a walk sometime,get to know each other and letís the dogs become friends ?



Or consider holiday boarding share arrangement

Understanding the breed is half the battle, often noisy and excitable

I wonít use a kennel as I donít feel putting Kody in a cell for a week or to is very fair on him , he is used to 24/7 love care and attention with the rin of the home and garden.
I am extremely wary of so many pet sitting services that have popped up, and hit so many hurdles so I wonít use them either
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Puppy talk / Re: Tommee at 6 Months
« Last post by Vanhoffer on October 20, 2017, 04:03:39 PM »
Beautiful dog. He's got the look of a movie star! Thanks for sharing Dyane.
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General Discussion / A voice from the past!
« Last post by sony on August 30, 2017, 07:38:23 PM »
Hi there ! Just come across this forum again ... Where has everyone gone? If all have gone to Facebook can anyone send me the page link? I remember Val Kiskisnobite Mudgie Jackie and Xtine . I expect they all have new furry friends (as I have) by now! Would love to catch up with them again!
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Dogs / Should I get a new pet gate?
« Last post by Lukshaw on March 02, 2017, 12:21:48 PM »
So this year we're adding a new addition to the family in the form of a dog, and i've been wondering whether we need to buy a new safety gate? We already have this one: http://www.prams.net/dreambaby-g-820 ...which is great for now, but it's also not the sturdiest contraption in the world and I'm aware that you can get gates specifically for pets, so what do you think? Will this do, or do I need something a little more pet specific... we're thinking about a labrador as this is the breed I used to have as a kid, and we think it'll deal well with a small child running around? Thanks all!
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Introductions / Hi
« Last post by Lukshaw on March 01, 2017, 04:06:24 PM »
Hey, new member here just introducing myself, set to get a new dog in the summer, and just going through the stages of preparing the house and family, so very excited about the prospect of having a dog in the house again (haven't had one since I was a child, which was a little while ago now aha)
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Sales and wanted / Dog Walker & Pet Sitter - Hartlepool
« Last post by Carls-dog-walking on February 13, 2017, 01:09:37 AM »
Do you find it difficult to manage the daily dog walks either due to a hectic schedule, working late or perhaps, because of mobility (health) problems?

Are you elderly and feel your dog would benefit from a longer walk?

Carl's Dog Walking & Pet Sitting Services Can Help

Do you work full time or sometimes have to work late? Perhaps you are out for the day or an unexpected emergency crops up?

Carl's Dog Walking & Pet Sitting Services Can Help

We Can offer other services please e-mail carl.arobertson@virginmedia.com

Areas Covered:

Hartlepool,Seaton Carew,Stockton-on-tees



About Carl:

Having spent the last 11 years working in retail, Door to Door Sales,fish factories,Amusement arcades.  I felt the career path I was currently on was not going to give me the happy stress free life that I had dreamt of. These meaningful thoughts meant it was time for me to follow a different career path.
 
Dogs have been a part of my life ever since I was a child. Over the past 20 years my family and I have owned many Ė German Shepherd, Labrador,Staffordshire bull terrier, Jack Russell,Yorkshire Terrier x,Staffordshire bull terrier x,Dalmatian,Doberman. I remember walking all of the above with family members and alone as I got older.

I have rescued some dogs from rescue kennels over the years I have had dogs and the last time I visited the kennels it reduced me to tears as sadly there was so man of them there on death row if they couldnt find forever loving homes within a matter of days they would of been put to sleep, I am so greatful I managed to rescue 2 dogs from the kennels as they wasnt all that nice at all and definitely not a place a dog should have to be.
 
Setting up my own dog walking business has given me a positive frame of mind and I can finall start to enjoy life again, rather than being unhappy in life and not enjoying where I was working.
 
I have a great personality and a great deal of passion and love for dogs.
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General Discussion / Different types of Dog Beds
« Last post by Darkrai on November 07, 2016, 12:59:08 AM »
It is far from a surprise that you are currently reluctant to compromise relating to the comfort of your furry friend. In fact, your pup continues to be probably been walking around all day long, which is why he needs a comfy bed to get to sleep on during the night. Crazysales Dog beds can be bought in multiples of styles and varieties so you are certain so as to get a bed that usually dog's comfort and need.

Standard Dog Beds

Standard dog beds are regular dog beds with out edges or rims. They are ideal for numerous dogs aside from senior dogs. They may be crafted from many different materials to match to the dog's need which includes fleece, flannel and denim faux suede or micro fiber. The canine beds are frequently overflowing with polyester filling or foam padding, they can be found in many shapes and sizes

Memory Foam Dog beds

A memory foam dog bed is different from other beds because these beds are able to mold around according to dog's body weight and shape, eliminating all pressure points. This enables their muscles, spine and joints to chill completely avoiding discomfort. These beds are brilliant for senior dogs.

Orthopedic Dog Beds

These dogs are designed for dogs of all the age's especially elderly dogs with arthritis and also other orthopedic diseases. These beds are incredibly comfortable consequently they are thick enough to provide your puppy premium support and care.

 And I have two orthopedic dog beds, to be exact, all bought on crazysales.com.au.
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Advanced Dog Training / Re: Enjoy
« Last post by Darkrai on November 07, 2016, 12:51:09 AM »
nice funny video!! :read:
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Basic Dog Training / Re: Naughty Puppy
« Last post by ChristianHighRail on October 05, 2016, 10:52:38 AM »
Hi guys,

When dogs are getting destructive like that, it can be for multiple reasons,
They can be bored, or they haven't learned to respect your property,
They see it as a toy to play,
If the dog doesn't see you as a pack leader, they won't respect what you say and therefore your property,
They are some good online training on how to deal with those behavior issues,
We have made a review on the doggy dan online trainer, see the link below,
http://dog.highrail.org/reviews/doggy-dan-online-trainer-review/
Hopefully, that will help
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Dogs / Re: Do you own a dog and have 10 minutes to spare?
« Last post by ChristianHighRail on October 03, 2016, 11:52:25 AM »
Hi Christina,

I tried to fill the form but the browser says "page not found"
I presume that this topic is out of date,

Regards,
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