Vita Canis Products Wet Nose Testing write up in Dog World 24th October 2014

October 27th, 2014

WINTER draws on and along with the aroma of damp dogs, that smell as if they have been rolling in mushrooms, there are the delights of sore winter paws, chapped hands and spotty bellies – one would hope the spots were restricted to canine tummies of course! A grooming enterprise which knows all about the perils of winter is Vita Canis in Uttoxeter. Jitka Krizova LCGI is at the helm ably assisted by Klaudia Szonyi and partner John Averis, Pawscar ‘Exhibitor of the Year’ and of Saredon fame.

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