Canine Compadre’s

Laughing Dog food

Makers, not producers

One of very few dog food producers that make all their own dry completes, mixer meals and treats on the family farm. This is really important as it means not only do they use many of their own natural ingredients, but can also create the recipes, watch over all the baking and check every single bag that leaves the bakery and makes its way to you. And if ever you need to talk to us about your dog’s individual needs we are here to pick up the phone in person.

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Mulberry House Vets

As an independently owned veterinary practice Mulberry House Vets are proud to offer an exceptional quality of veterinary care along with a friendly and compassionate service – doing the right thing for their patients and their families always comes first.
With a strongly experienced team and modern purpose-built facilities, your pets are assured gold-standard surgical and clinical expertise. This is complimented by the passion to provide a truly personal service and tailor treatment to you and your pet’s unique needs. They would love to meet you and your furry friends and show you around our wonderful practice.

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Rigsby Holiday Cottages

Rigsby holiday cottages are ideally located for escapism in the picturesque parish of Rigsby, which is in the Lincolnshire Wolds – a designated area of outstanding natural beauty (ANOB). Rigsby is just 2 miles from Alford – renowned for its arts & crafts and striking five-sailed windmill. The holiday cottages are perfect for walkers and cyclists, with multiple public footpaths and cycle routes on the doorstep.

Within easy reach of the award winning, golden-sanded coastal resorts of Mablethorpe and Sutton on Sea. Louth, the capital of the Lincolnshire Wolds, is 10 miles away and the historic city of Lincoln is under an hour away.

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The Dogvine

Woofs, wags and a big welcome to The Dogvine, the award-winning London lifestyle blog for the city dog! Since 2015, together with her Brazilian rescue dogs have been on a mission to create a blog that is the go-to blog for the London dog;

‘Why? Well, when I moved to London in 2012 with my dogs who I rescued from the streets of Rio, it took a long time to find out all the local dog knowledge such as what London Dog Events were on, dog-friendly things to do or where the dog-friendly cafes and restaurants were in London. Plus the information online was either not very comprehensive or simply didn’t have a local enough focus. I soon realised that the best source of all the local insider dog knowledge was often to be found in the park via a chance conversation with other dog owners as they passed a tip along on what I came to call the “Dogvine” and hence the online version of “The Dogvine” was born. I run The Dogvine in my spare time (outside of my full-time non dog related job) which means the blog is a result of a lot of hard work (and no more spare time), so I’m very pleased to say that The Dogvine has won several awards over the last few years:’

  • Animal Star Awards Best Pet Blogger 2018
  • Vuelio Top 10 UK Pet Blogs of 2018
  • Feedspot Top 10 UK Dog Blog 2018
  • Review Institute Top 50 Global Pet Blogs
  • Vuelio Top 10 UK Pet Blogs of 2017

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Centre Paws – Norfolk

Centre Paws Norfolk is the brainchild of David and Kathryn Cross and is a place where different canine businesses come together to offer a wide range of activities, therapies, food and fun for you, your family and your pet.

Set on our family farm in Wymondham in Norfolk’s beautiful Tiffey Valley you can take your pet for a trim with our professional dog groomer, get your dog stimulated and energised with our top agility and behavioural trainer or enjoy a welcome cuppa and cake in our dog friendly-cafe after a farm walk or spin around our fully enclosed dog exercise field.
There are canine wellness sessions, workshops, therapies, pet photography, and much more ….

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Dotty 4 Paws

Kate; Self-confessed ‘dog-crazy lady and her trusty sidekick Poppy have a long term vision is to make Dotty4Paws a ‘one stop shop’ for everything dog; to provide a place where dog-owners can not only discover new places to go with their pup, but also somewhere to sniff out a gift for their discerning hound (or indeed hound-loving human!), provide details of pet services who can look after your canine companion in your absence, and fundamentally to ensure that our furry friends are treated as members of our families and given the importance they deserve.
Each registered business will receive a Dotty4Paws ‘dogs welcome’ sticker to place in their window, so if you’re out and about, see if you can hunt one down!

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Donna Wills
PGC A Phys, RVN, MIAAT, MBVNA, MRAMP – Founder of Animal Physiotherapy Ltd

Donna Wills, an animal physiotherapist in Berkshire, who passed her post-graduate qualification in animal physiotherapy with distinction in 2005. Donna is also RAMP registered. Donna offers physiotherapy to all animals in need of the therapeutic touch.

She has been employed as a veterinary nurse and is also fully qualified and registered in this profession too. This also included specialising in emergency and critical care nursing for a time. Donna has worked in this profession for over thirteen years.

Donna has a life time experience in working with many species including domestic pets, equine and farm animals. She has also cared for many exotic and zoo animals.

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K9 Comfort Home Boarding a day care – Essex

  • Day Care/Home boarding with our own dogs
  • Local pop-in visits
  • Pet taxi
  • Licence no RDC/2018/7/ANWELF
  • Fully Insured
  • 24/7 supervision
  • Tailored care

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PAWS Canine Myotherapy – Devon

Kirsty is a qualified veterinary nurse based in Devon with 27 years experience and a Galen trained Canine Myotherapist. A member of the International Association of Animal Therapists – IAAT and a volunteer nurse with a veterinary initiative called Canine Arthritis Management (CAM). Fully insured and will only accept cases with veterinary consent (your vet will just need to sign a form). Galen Myotherapy uses appropriate and targeted massage techniques alongside exercise plans and lifestyle management to manage the chronic muscular pain and inflammation associated with many common conditions including arthritis or following injury or trauma. Galen Myotherapy can form part of an effective multimodal management programme for supporting the following conditions; osteoarthritis, repetitive strain injuries, compensatory issues, hip and elbow dysplasia, cruciate issues, OCD and spondylitis. Myotherapy can also be used as a pre-event warm up or post-event warm down making it particularly suitable for working dogs or canine athletes.

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City Dog Expert

City Dog Expert founder Kimberly Marie Freeman has been a leading dog industry expert and professional dog trainer for 14 years both in the UK and USA. She launched City Dog Expert in 2013 after realising the tremendous difficulties dog owners in NYC and other big cities have in finding products, events and information that are specifically designed for a dog in the city. Kimberly has served as the director of City Sit Stay, where she provides private and group training lessons for all ages of dog, is an avid dog fosterer (having already fostered 155 dogs in 3 years), rehoming expert at The Dog Matchmakers, dog rescue coordinator at Brooklyn Animal Action and fundraising adviser for many NYC based animal charities. She regularly is a key note speaker as both a dog lifestyle and behavioural expert.

Kimberly also works as a professional actress and voice over artist both on stage and screen. She leads a rather eclectic life with dogs by day and acting by night and wouldn’t change it for the world.

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Pet Sense

Pet Behaviour Expert for Bristol and Beyond
Pet Sense provides behaviour consultations for dogs, cats and rabbits in and around Bristol and North Somerset. Problem prevention consultations and puppy training sessions are also available to help you gain a better understanding of your pet’s behaviour. Assessments of dogs and the homes of potential adoptive parents or foster carers can be provided. Pet Sense offers educational talks and workshops to dog training clubs, veterinary practices, rescue centres and other pet-related businesses.

Rosie is a fully qualified Clinical Animal Behaviourist with a degree in Zoology & Psychology from the University of Bristol & a Post-Graduate Diploma in Companion Animal Behaviour Counselling from Southampton University. She is a full member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors, a member of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers (No. 1006), and registered as both a Clinical Animal Behaviourist & as an Animal Training Instructor with the Animal Behaviour & Training Council (the regulatory body that represents trainers & behaviourists to both the public & to legislative bodies).

Rosie has benefitted from working with some of the world’s most respected Clinical Animal Behaviourists & continues to attend seminars/conferences & practical handling workshops to continually develop & expand her skill set.

Rosie Bescoby BSc (Hons), PG Dip CABC

For all enquiries or to make an appointment with Rosie, please contact Kate on:
Tel: 07512203734

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