Friday, 23 September 2011

ScruffMacDuff Sponsors Charlie



Charlie from Dogs Trust

Rehoming Centre: West Calder
Age: 6 Years 10 Months
Gender: I'm a boy
Breed: Collie Cross
Visit status: You can visit me, but because I'm quite shy you won't be able to touch me.
More info: I'm a smiley collie cross who loves to play with toys. I've taught myself tricks and impress my carers with how clever I am!
His profile: http://www.dogstrust.org.uk/sponsor/saddoglibrary/charlie.aspx

Wednesday, 21 September 2011

Dogs Trust: Let's Go Walkies.

Get your walking shoes on, have fun and help us care for thousands of stray and abandoned dogs! All dogs are welcome but you don't need a dog to take part!


Go to Waggy Walks official website: http://www.waggywalks.org.uk/ and find your nearest waggy walk.


You can choose to walk a route of 5km or 10km, so there is Waggy Walk for everyone. 


Cant's Make it? Sponsor Barnes Today: http://waggywalks.org.uk/sponsor


The event is supported by JustGiving, Nintendogs + Cats and FRSB Fundraising Standards Boards.







Thursday, 15 September 2011

PATS 2011 Retailers Choice Award


PATS 2011 Retailers Choice Award
                                                                              KissAble Dental Wipes for dogs

KissAble Dental Wipes contain baking soda which provides gentle abrasion to help remove unwanted build-up and are also infused with all-natural, anti-bacterial ingredients like aloe, pomegranate and grape seed extract to promote good oral hygiene.

  • Helps promote oral cleanliness
  • Convenient alternative to brushing
  • Helps reduce plaque and gingivitis
  • Human grade ingredients are safe for people, puppies and other pets
  • The peppermint & fennel freshen breath
  • Alcohol Free
Buy it NOW from: 
http://www.scruffmacduff.co.uk/dog-grooming/sub-category-1.html

Source: Collorways.com




Wednesday, 14 September 2011

Lupine Collars





whooo hooo Lupine collars! Breeze has been getting way over the top and way too excited about agility, while she is in the crate and it is someone else's turn to play. Her latest problem trick has been to grab what ever she can get ahold of and drag it into her crate and chew it with the displaced frustration from not getting to be the lucky doggie to play agility at that moment. Do NOT get me wrong, I love her enthusiasm and I am very happy she likes to play agility with me, but we have had a fair amount of damage. So last week I bought some thin wood to put around the crates in the car and I moved things so they were not in reach of the crate and thought I had the whole thing totally puppy proof. I got back from running Liz at the fun run and found one of my favorite leashes in six pieces. DURN! Anyway, I thought I remembered that Lupine had a guarantee, and it is cute on their web site it says that they can not help you with the table leg your pup tears up, but they can help you out if your leash or collar gets chewed. So they say that you can mail the sad leash to them and with in 24 hours they will send you a new one, and they cover the postage back to you, or you can bring it to a store. So I went to the local feed store where I bought the leash, no receipt-just a sad story and chewed up leash parts and they said go get another one. End of story, how easy was that. Now just to figure out how to Breezie proof the back of the car, LOL. I think I am going to work on getting everything out of her reach-although I thought I had already done that, and then carry around some stuffed kongs. Perhaps I can get her to get addicted to grabbing and chewing her frustration out on them. I will let you know if that works.


Article by: Kathy (http://kathy-agilityadventures.blogspot.com/2009/04/i-have-good-review-for-lupine-collars.html)

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