My Blogs

Spikes Disease-050616

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It has to be said that the Border Terrier’s health problems are far and apart, compared to the ones of other breeds which come with inherent health concerns related to their physical structure.  However, and unfortunately, Border Terriers are not completely immune from illness.     What is Spike’s Disease? The most recurrent diseases in […]

Dog nicely trained to walk by his handler's side

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The answer is in 2 world-renowned words: Cesar Millan!  And you either love him or hate him.  Personally I love the man, and I am in awe of how easily and naturally is respected by any dog around him.  Indy, well I am not sure he’d be in awe, but rather he would know who […]

Some of Indy's collars

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During our walks with my Indy we have recently come across quite a few owners who kept their dogs on harness with no collar. No harm done there, if it weren’t for the fact that the dogs did not have an identity tag on the harness.  The owners kept telling us their dogs could not […]

I love to help mum with the food shopping

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  I find it more and more frustrating and difficult to have days out with my dog, and allow him to be a full member of the family’s every day activity, when there are hardly any places in UK that canines are allowed access to.  UK does not allow dogs entrance to shops retailing in […]

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My Border Terrier definitely does!!  Regardless of your Border’s coat colour, you cannot notice the moulting on your floor or carpet.  However you will notice his/her fur stuck to your clothes after a cuddling session. Moulting is a natural process in most dog breeds, nor there is a way to prevent it.  Border Terriers can […]

Olive (left) and Indy

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Why you should adopt a dog Naturally the choice is yours, and I’m far from condemning those potential dog owners that prefer to purchase their canine friends. Provided you are sure you are dealing with registered breeders from The Kennel Club UK, by purchasing a dog you will retain dog breed choice, hence you will […]