Are you ready to rescue?

May 17th, 2018

When I first came to the UK, my English wasn’t very good. During that time I was improving my hand stripping skills in the Saredon Kennels and occasionally doing a few pet trims. One day a gentleman came in with a small fluff ball, very cute and a little unsure. He told us that she was a rescue. I was delighted and told him that my first dog was as well! But I did wonder how this small fragile girl managed to do all the hard training required for a search and rescue dog. You see I thought “rescue dog” was the same as a “search and rescue dog.” Tricky business this English language!

As you know my friends and I are organising the UK’s first ever charity dog grooming competition, Style to Rescue, on Saturday the 19th May. As we are getting closer, we are getting more excited and busier than ever. There’s so much to think about and to sort out to ensure the day will go smoothly.

All the groomers are looking forward to the challenge. They will have plenty of time to become familiar with the dogs, and will have 3 hours to complete the groom, which is much more than at other competitions. The dogs and groomers will have a break during the grooming, and can ask for extra help with handling if needed. In their goody bags they will find, among other lovely stuff,

Aromatic Dog Spray Floral  which will help them and the dogs to keep calm.

We are also having a Groomers bake off 😊 The groomers are bringing cakes which will be tasted by a blindfolded judge. After the judging, the cake will be sold so we can raise even more money for the rescue centres.

We have some amazing raffle prizes kindly sponsored by fellow groomers and numerous companies. You can see our full sponsor list on www.style2rescue.co.uk

There will also be amazing, not to be missed, seminars running during the day:
9:30 – Pets First Aid with Jan Gallier

10:30 – Tellington Touch with Marie Miller

11:30 – Emmi Pet Toothcare and Demonstration with Sally Hart

12:30 – Dog Behaviour and Training with Craig Flint, aka The Dog-Man

13:30 – Grooming demonstration, Asian Style Mini. Schnauzer, with Lisa Hart

15:00 – Trick Training with Lynne Land and Mojo the Toy Poodle

15:45 – Canine Coat Care with Sue Oliver

And let’s not forget the kids! We are going to have a Kids Corner kindly sponsored and organised by my friend Alice Ward. The kiddies can compete in creative grooming with model dogs; create artworks, guess how many dots the (toy) Dalmatian dog has; guess the name of the Scottie toy dog … and more!

If you are not going to the Royal Wedding and you like dogs, why don’t you come down to the show where the whole family can learn something new, meet friends or make new one! It’s going to be a unique and fun experience for everyone!

We look forward to seeing you there 😊

Jitka xx

Tips for travelling with your dog

May 10th, 2018

Summer …

The beautiful, sunny and hot bank holiday weekend is behind us, but let’s hope we will get more days like these! We have another bank holiday at the end of this month, so if you decide to travel with your dogs, here are few things you should know/consider before setting off.

Travelling & travel sickness

Dogs can suffer from motion sickness, just the same as us humans. Dog motion sickness is more common in puppies and young dogs, and the reason is that the ear structure used for balance is not yet fully developed. In some dogs, however, the motion sickness continues into old age, and if a dog has experienced travel sickness, he or she can quickly connect the car journey with not feeling well, which can cause stress. Typical signs of stress are panting, wide open eyes, lip licking, and shaking.

To help your dog it is very important to change his associations with the vehicle. Make sure your dog is facing forward, don’t feed your dog before traveling, or keep to a minimum, make frequent stops, and offer him water. Use natural calming products like Casper’s owner Kristy:

“My dog has suffered from car sickness since a puppy. I’ve tried everything but he would still have anxiety and sickness. I was introduced to Aromatic Dog Spray Floral from Vita Canis [https://www.vitacanis.co.uk/product/aromatic-dog-spray-floral/], with amazing results. Casper calms straight away and slept most of the way. I did build the spray up through the journey and he kept calm all the way for the first time, making the holiday less stressful for all the family” Kristy Worsell with Casper

Before going on holiday in a car, gradually accustom your dog to car travel by taking him or her on short journeys.

NEVER LEAVE A DOG IN A CAR!

When the weather is heating up it is more important than ever not to leave a dog in a car. I don’t think people realise when the temperature outside is about 20 degree Celsius, in the car it is well over 40. And this happens in minutes! As dogs don’t sweat and they regulate their temperature by panting, in a small closed space like a car they will run out of fresh air very quickly …

Traveling abroad

It is pretty easy to travel with your pet to Europe these days. All you need to do is get a passport, and your vet will be able to help you with that. Your dogs must be microchipped and he/she will need a rabies vaccination. When you are planning your journey back to the UK don’t forget that one to five days before you return to the UK you must visit a local vet. He will check your dog, scan his microchip, and give him a tapeworm tablet. The vet will also sign your dog’s passport. If you fail to do this, your dog may face quarantine or be sent back to the country you have travelled from. So make sure you check the passport, again and again and again!

If you can’t take your dog with you

If for some reason you can’t take your dog with you on your holiday you have many options to consider. You can ask your relative or a friend to move to your house, you can take your dog to his/hers dog sitter, find a home boarding, find a boarding kennel or you can even ask your neighbour to look after your dog. From my experience as an owner of a small boarding
kennel, dogs adapt pretty quickly to the new surroundings. Sometimes with a little help of the Comfort Blend [https://www.vitacanis.co.uk/product/comfort-blend/], a natural product specifically designed for separation anxiety.

“I’ve been having major problems with my young pups’ separation anxiety for 4 months now and was at my wits end after her howling and barking for 4 hours solid when I went out on Friday evening. Today I used Vita Canis Comfort Blend on her when we went out in the car and she had to be left a few times and then I left her in the house for just over an hour. I left my phone on to record her to see what noise she made and returned to find only 6 minutes of crying & then nothing!! Amazing results from an amazing product!!” Sarah Bakewell, Birmingham

What dog grooming taught me.

April 29th, 2018

I had a lovely time at Mastergroom , international dog grooming competition held in Stoneleigh, Warwickshire over the weekend.

Seeing all the lovely work in the competition ring reminded me of the times when I used to compete. My first competition was Pragobest, Prague in 2000. I took my mini Schnauzer, Indy, and to be honest I didn’t know much about preparation, timing, and many other things. At the time I had only once been at a grooming competition, and it was again Pragobest in 1998 – this competition was a breaking point in my dog grooming career, and made me realise this is what I want to do and that there is more to dog grooming than just clip off, short trims with comments “it’s ok, he is not a show dog”. That morning just before we, my mum, my dog & I, left the room I felt sick, my hands were shaking, and I was so nervous (I wish I had the Floral spray that time). Or excited? Who knows … have you ever realised that excitement and nervousness feel the same? Anyway, I finished Indy on time, and to my big surprise we got 3rd place! OMG! I was over the moon!! I was so excited I didn’t even ask for feedback … silly me! That day I started dreaming about winning Best in show at a grooming contest. While I lived in Slovakia I competed a few more times at Pragobest without placing, and it was an amazing learning curve. I borrowed an English Setter with a curly coat for hand stripping, crying after her owner; a matted standard Schnauzer for hand stripping with dirty feet and legs because she was chasing a cat that morning … I can laugh at it now 😊!

My first competition in the UK was a British dog grooming championship in 2005 where I competed with a Clipped Fox Terrier Lady and won 2nd place. Happy days! But honestly, hand stripping was the technique I wanted to compete with. So, in 2006 I entered a hand stripping class with Welsh Terrier, Bruce (half-brother of my Rosie). John brought him to me from his mum a day before to prepare him. And I remember that day like it was yesterday. I put him on the table and trimmed a few patches to see how the coat would come out and what it would look like. And then I started to cry because it looked like his cheeks would go bald … and I rung John crying. He reassured me we would be fine … and we were. We not only won the hand stripping class but also Best in show. My first Best in show! The same year, my Kerry Blue Terrier Kimi, Bruce & I won British groomer of the year. And the rest is a history…

Here are few things I have learned during my dog grooming career:

1/ Dream big and take little steps towards your dream every day. Every day in the salon I was working on my technique, my speed, my neatness. Analysing other peoples work. Taking photos, making notes, and using them.

2/ Do things that scare you – scissoring was scary for me for so many years. To improve my scissoring I got my Kerry Blue Kimi 14.5 years ago. Even though I got her to learn and practice my scissoring, I was still trimming her with comb attachments … too scared to do a full scissor trim. Then when I did my C&G Level 3 practical exam, I asked my examiner Zoe Duffy, if I could compete with a Kerry Blue but with comb attachments … she said yes, but you would be marked down on the technique … but her face was saying “why would anyone do that?!” (Or something like that, lol!) So one day I closed my eyes (not literally) and trimmed Kimi with scissors … the whole dog … a year later I won British groomer of the year with her. So be brave and persevere!

3/ Don’t listen to other people … or at least not all of them. You will come across people who will tell you, you should do something else, you can’t do this or that, you are too old, you are too young … When I opened my first salon in Slovakia, so many times I cried in my empty salon, praying for clients
… and slowly I built the business, the reputation, simply by following my passion, and not giving up. My parents used to tell me: you can’t have a job looking after dogs (at that time in Slovakia it was the reality, unless you were a vet) and I was happy to show them a few years later I could.

4/ Don’t take criticism personally. Take it as feedback, something you can learn from. It’s hard not to take it personally, because it makes our ego scream. But be honest with yourself, listen, be grateful and learn from it.

Jitka and Klaudia receive the award Grooming salon of the year from Chris Barrie

 

Jitka xx

Asian Style Miniature Schnauzer with Lisa Hart, July 8th 2018

April 23rd, 2018

Do you want to learn how to create the cutest Schnauzer face ever? Don’t miss this seminar!

Lisa Hart is a award winning groomer with 14 years of experience in dog grooming and handling dogs of all breeds. She very much enjoys and likes to specialize in Asian Fusion styles. She has won Asian Fusion classes at the British Dog Grooming Championship and Strictly Come Grooming with other placings at The Grooming Show in 2017 and 2018. In her busy schedule she still finds time to volunteer to groom at local rescue centres.

We have up to 15 places available for the morning seminar/demo for £45; 5 places are available on the afternoon workshop at £40. Combined places are discounted to £80
Fee is payable via PayPal to: enquiries@vitacanis.co.uk

Lunch an drinks are provided.

Pet-friendly shopping and cake!

April 23rd, 2018

 

 

To make the most of, and fully enjoy, the sunny weather we’ve had these last few days, Nicci, Sam, me & our dogs opted for a lovely walk to the Trentham Gardens.

Trentham Gardens is a beautiful place to walk your dogs and enjoy shopping and good food at the same time. Especially when the weather is warm, it makes such a difference for dog owners if they want to walk their dogs and do some shopping as well.

As a side note, please remember that when the weather is heating up it is more important than ever not to leave a dog in a car. I don’t think people realise that when the temperature outside is around 20 degree Celsius, inside, the cars’ temperature is well over 40! And this happens in minutes! As dogs don’t sweat, and they regulate their temperature by panting, in a small closed space like a car they will run out of fresh air really quickly …

To take advantage of the glorious weather, after our walk we decided to pop into Rawr  for our Style to Rescue committee meeting and enjoy some lunch at the same time. Dog friendly Rawr is definitely one of my favourite places to eat. Freshly made vegetarian/vegan food, juices, smoothies, delicious raw cakes, and the coffee … hmmm … divine!

Later on in the afternoon we took a short drive to Newcastle-under-Lyme to visit The Cakery and

to support the Great Guide Dogs Tea Party. In the Hound we met Elsa the Lhasa and her lovely owner Kelly from Paws across Britain. Paws across Britain is a wonderful blog where Kelly features dog friendly places such as shops, restaurants, bars, and other dog friendly places.

Elsa is the ambassador of the ORIJEN dog food that are one of the kind sponsors of our Style to Rescue dog grooming competition for rescue dogs (https://www.style2rescue.co.uk/). And we look forward to seeing her again at the show!

To finish the day off I bought 7 doggie ice creams, one for each of my dogs. Tinker and Adele enjoyed theirs in the car on our way home and the rest had theirs after our evening walk. Everybody really enjoyed the treat, only Jasmine struggled a bit … too much goodness in one small pot 😊

 

Jitka xx

How is your dog sleeping?

April 14th, 2018

Yesterday I learnt about biphasic and polyphasic sleep and it fascinates me. I’ve always admired people like Winston Churchill, Margaret Thatcher, T. Tesla and Leonardo Da Vinci, who achieved so much with only with few hours’ sleep. It seems like the secret to shorter sleep is napping? Ooh, and I love naps! My best time to have a nap (if possible) is on a Sunday afternoon. I’m thinking I might try this biphasic sleep so I can nap every day 😊 and see what it does to my productivity level??? Polyphasic sleep is common in many animals, including mammals. Our dogs are napping pretty much all day, and generally, dogs will sleep between 12 – 14 hours a day. Most of this is during the night, the same as their owners, and some sleep during the day, usually when the owner is at work.

Puppies sleep excessively after they’ve burnt their energy with running around, endless games, (and some naughtiness!), and older dogs tend to sleep a lot too, mostly because their metabolism is slowing down. You may even experience that your furry pensioner is sleeping less at night and more during the day. I experienced this problem with my 14-yearold Kerry blue terrier, Kimi. She used to sleep with us in the bedroom, but last November I had to move her to a spare room because of my husband. He’d had a major operation, and when he got back home, I didn’t want Kimi accidently jumping on his abdomen. To make it easier for Kimi to adjust to her new sleeping arrangement, I put our young Lakeland Terrier, Tinker, with her to keep her company.

She got used to the new set up straight away … but then she started waking up far too early! When she was getting up between 4:30 – 5 am it didn’t bother me too much, because it would make my day longer and that meant I could just do more of the things I enjoy doing! But when she started to wake up at 3 am, that was a little too much for me.

Another problem was, as soon as she woke up she was so active, and after she went out she was very demanding of her breakfast. And to be honest, she wouldn’t shut up until I fed her. Her barking would of course then wake up all the other dogs in the house … it was a vicious cycle!

To be fair to Kimi, I knew it was her old age kicking in, and it’s starting to look like canine cognitive dysfunction or doggie Alzheimer’s is now creeping into our lives. Knowing this, I started putting a few drops of Comfort Blend on her bedding in the evenings and a few drops on her chest as well after she’s been out first thing in the morning. She’s now started sleeping longer hours again, and she wasn’t so demanding when it came to her breakfast. Now that she’s back in our bedroom, she sleeps well until I wake up. Demanding her breakfast hasn’t stopped, but I just take it as a part of our new morning routine!                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Jitka x

 

Thank you Norbert Roland Photography for beautiful photos

How to Get Started a Greener Life for You & Your Dog

April 5th, 2018

Every year Earth day is celebrated on April, 22nd.

But I think we should be “Earth conscious” every day!

I find it hard to get the balance and not feel too guilty if I buy something with extra plastic on it, if I don’t recycle something, or if I’ve used not very eco-friendly cleaning products etc. All these dilemmas in my head, it’s exhausting … but then I remind myself that I do my little bit in each moment, because it’s important to start no matter how small the steps are.

For example, in restaurants I’ve started to ask for no straw with my lovely G&T.

As a dog lover, I first started applying the natural approach on my dogs. That’s what we dog lovers do! Dogs first. Give them the best. Do the best for them. And then comes us.

Years ago I switched my dog’s diet to raw feeding and after a few bumps and mistakes I’ve now found the balance, and they just thrive on it. My old dogs, the puppies we raise, all of them. Even though I am a vegetarian (and I love my plant based diet!), I don’t have a problem feeding my dogs raw meat as I know I’m doing the best I can for them.

The same principle applies to other products I use on my dogs. They all need to be natural, eco-friendly and biodegradable … Tick Off for repelling ticks, Paw Butter to treat their paws, Ear Cleaner to treat their ears … as natural as possible. I also use grooming products like For All Dog Kind shampoos and marshmallow conditioner.

For cleaning the salon and my home, I like the Ecover products. However I did struggle to keep the hose hydro bath clean, and occasionally I needed to use bleach to clean it, and it was killing me. It was either bleach or I would have to buy a new hose regularly. Recently, though, thanks to my sister in Slovakia, I’ve discovered an amazing range of products called Eurona by Cerny. Their motto is: Ecology with pure philosophy. Their products are free of phosphate, formaldehyde, chlorine, perborate, and they are not tested on animals.

So, of course, I tried their product with Bleaching agent in my hydrobath. It contains active oxygen, and it cleans and kills mould, including 99.9% of bacteria, it doesn’t smell, and is very effective at removing stains, in drain cleaning, and whitening, etc. I use the product 3 times a day and you can see the result in the photos. I am planning to bring some of these amazing products to the UK, so keep eye on our website and Facebook page.

Jitka x

 

So many ways to use our products

March 29th, 2018

 

As you know, all Vita Canis products are 100% natural and I am very proud of it! Over the years I’m finding out how people use the products and what are their other uses?

So here are some interesting findings by Vita Canis products users:

Chloe Lofthouse and Hand Butter:

Chloe lives and works on the Isle of Lundy and she fell on rocks. This is what she wrote to me in August 2017:

“It’s healing really well! I had some really deep cuts that needed those sticky stitches. The Coastguard team said I’d have scars for sure but are surprised at how well it’s healed in such a short time!”

Chloe was using the Hand butter and her arm healed really nicely. I met her at Crufts this year and she showed me her shoulder. There was no sign of the scars.

 

 

Jade Borrow, Disney  and Comfort Blend:

“My Bichon, Disney, has recently been diagnosed with doggie dementia so has been really unsettled, hysterically barking and not wanting to be away from me. In January I spoke to Jitka and she recommended that the Comfort Blend may work but couldn’t guarantee it as it is new and hadn’t tried it on a dog with what Disney has. I bought a bottle and although I know nothing will cure it, it has most definitely settled him down a lot, he’ll go and relax by himself in a cage and I can now leave a room without him panicking on my whereabouts.”

There are many behavioural changes in older dogs that can be signs of canine cognitive dysfunction or doggie Alzheimer’s:

 

· Getting lost in familiar places
· Sleeping more during the day and less at night
· Getting generally more fearful and anxious
· Performing repetitive behaviour
· Barking for no apparent reason
· Lost and confused
· Walking into corners

There’s no cure for dementia but the synergetic blend of essential oils in the Comfort Blend can help to alleviate the symptoms.

I also use the Comfort Blend with puppies when they start weening from their mum. I use it in my boarding kennels when I see a dog has a problem with adjustment, and I know people using it for restless puppies and adult dogs after a surgery, and many more.

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Aromatic Dog Spray Citrus

I use this spray not only on my dogs, but I also spray the window sill to stop flies flying in. We are surrounded by two farms, so we get loads in summer. Last year when I did a talk for the Scottish Terrier Club of England, one attendee told me afterwards that she had started to spray her Scottie with the Citrus spray and the ants had stopped coming into her house! The citrus spray is insect repelling so it makes sense because ants are insects (did you know there are more 12,000 species of ants all over the world?)

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Aromatic Dog Spray Floral

This calming spray is not only used on nervous dogs at home, but also in many dog grooming salons, dog grooming schools and you can also find it in many tag boxes at dog shows. The Floral Spray has a natural calming and balancing quality and provides the ultimate relaxation for a dog.

Lucia & Lucka and Aromatic Dog Spray Floral:

“I used Vita Canis Floral Spray on my 7-year old Airedale Terrier, and after only a few minutes of my spraying, she had visibly calmed down, and stayed relaxed for a while. In fact, I’ve never seen her that calm on a Bonfire night before! Thank you, Vita Canis!”

Kristy Worsell from Elite Grooming:

“As a groomer I want my dogs to feel relaxed and happy in the salon. Baxter, a rescue Fox Terrier is an adorable little boy, but so nervous,  spraying the Aromatic Dog Spray Floral in his environment really helps this little guy to calm down and enjoy his groom.”

Cathy Hicklin, pet stylist at Vita Canis 

“While studying my ICMG dog grooming course I came across Vita Canis Aromatic Dog Spray Floral. I love this product! During stressful moments by the grooming table our teacher used to come over with the Floral Spray and ‘ spray around the dog’ and also without us realising around us too! Both dogs and students became less anxious and felt more able to carry on. It was towards the end of the course that our teacher admitted that she was really spraying us rather then the dogs. Even now when I am stressing over a timing or over a dog that I am finding difficult, I give the air around both me and the dog a good spray. This product definitely works for me!”

Is this the end of complementary treatments? I hope not!!

March 25th, 2018

We all want the best for our furry friends, and we are bombarded all the time with information on what to do and what not to do, and it can be very overwhelming…

For myself and my dogs, I always choose a holistic view on any health problems. I know if I have a headache it means I could be dehydrated, so I reach for a glass of water first instead of a tablet. I know when my old Rosie is nibbling her feet, it doesn’t mean she has skin problems but it could be arthritis bothering her? (Well, she is almost 13.)

I am a big fan and supporter of complementary therapies. Homeopathy, acupuncture, massage, tuning fork therapy, and many more, so I was therefore saddened by the recent statement from the RCVS (Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons) stating that we should now not use homeopathy or complementary medicine before first using conventional medicine.

How sad is that?!

But it isn’t too late to act. The British Association of Homeopathic Veterinary Surgeons, and the supporters of homeopathy and complementary medicine, are meeting on the 16th of April to show their evidence and support to the Royal College, and to tell them how animals have benefited enormously from CAM (complementary and alternative medicine) and to fight to save our choice.

The British Association of Homeopathic Veterinary Surgeons was formed in 1982, to advance the understanding, knowledge and practice of veterinary homeopathy. It aims to stimulate professional awareness of homeopathy and to encourage and provide for the training of veterinary surgeons in the practice of homeopathy. It is an open forum for the various differing approaches to the subject of veterinary homeopathy and its application, allowing for constructive interchanges of ideas. The Association has a written constitution, adopted in 1988, and members follow a Code of Practice, adopted in 1998, which is regularly reviewed.

I am supporting this event and planning to attend the meeting. If you can join that would be great! If you can’t please visit the website http://www.bahvs.com/ to see other ways to help support this cause.

Vita Canis Style to Rescue – From Pawr-pers to Princes

March 18th, 2018

 

I am one of these crazy dog ladies … I have always loved dogs and always wanted to have my own one from a very early age. Pretty much all of my dogs I received as puppies or youngsters, or were given to me in different stages of their lives. Back in Slovakia I had two dogs that I found on the street: Boba was a miniature smooth haired dachshund and Prco was a small hairy cross, that looked just like a bigger, hairier chihuahua. Both were very sweet and very challenging at the same time!

During my career as a dog groomer I’ve worked with hundreds of rescue dogs and always admired those people who adopted them. I always felt a need to do something or to help somehow, and for a number of years now I have been a sponsor of the Ashbourne Animal Welfare Fun Dog Show, it’s always great fun!

A few years ago I heard about a dog grooming competition in the USA, called Rescue Rodeo, where the groomers were using rescue dogs to compete with, and almost all of the dogs found a new home on the day. That was so incredibly touching to me, and since then the idea of a rescue dog competition has always remained in the back of my mind.

And so, at the end of the last year I finally decided that I was going to organise something like this! I approached the organiser of the event in the USA and a very helpful lady, Judy, helped me with all of the details I needed to know.

With a massive helping hand from my friends, Nicci and Sam, and huge support from fellow dog groomers, we started to organize this unique event … and Style to Rescue was born!

Style to Rescue is all about benefiting the rescue dogs and their rescuers.

Professional, experienced groomers will compete against each other in grooming the dogs. Specific attention will be paid to the groomers’ ability to deal with dogs they’ve only just met, keeping them calm with kindness and compassion, as well as, of course, grooming them in a manner that enhances their natural features, whilst remaining appropriate for the breed. It is the hope of the organisers that ALL of the attending dogs find their forever homes as a result of the event.

The winning groomers and the rescue dogs’ charities will share a financial reward as well as prizes donated by sponsors. In total, 10 groomers and the rescue organisations that bring the winning dogs, will benefit from monetary awards, starting with £500 each for the 1st prize and ranging down to £20 each for 10th place. Every dog that is entered receives a donation to their rescue of £10.

World-class judges Philip Langdon and Mike Wildman will decide on the winning entrant.

We’re currently contacting rescue organisations all over the country and have been happy to receive positive responses from so many!
The following organisations will be bringing dogs – assuming they have suitable candidates for grooming in May:

Many Tears Animal Rescue – www.manytearsrescue.org

Forest Dog Rescue – www.forest-dog-rescue.org.uk

Dog Watch UK – www.dogwatchuk.com

Poodles in Need – www.poodlesinneed.co.uk

Cairn Terrier Relief – http://www.cairn-rescue.co.uk/

And more coming soon…

The show promises to be a big draw for the general public who can observe the grooming competition and attend seminars being held throughout the day on topics such as Canine Coat Care (Sue Oliver), Pet First Aid (Jan Gallier), Dog Training Tips (Craig Flint, aka. The Dog Man) as well as a grooming demonstration by talented Lisa Hart. The public can also meet a real canine celebrity in the form of Mojo the Poodle who’s appeared in films and even on Britain’s Got Talent!

For more information you can visit our website www.style2rescue.co.uk

I hope you will find the time to come and see us on Saturday, May 19th, 2018 at the Kennel Club Building, Stoneleigh Park, nr Kenilworth, Warwickshire.

 

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