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Her passionate interest in animal nutrition and holistic care is evident in many of the products promoted and the information shared with customers. What she loves most about the Medway store is that the staff is a team and they all 'practice what they preach.' Staff members are all very similar in their approach to animal care and the desire to share their knowledge and experiences with others. pets for sale craigslist paducah ky
In her spare time, Lisa enjoys dog-related activities with like-minded people such as walks in the woods or on the beach. staffy pups for sale st helens
She hopes to pursue obedience, agility and some scent work with her young Belgian Tervuren, Tuuli, who accompanies her to work. shiba inu puppies wichita ks
Lisa also shares her life with three cats, a guinea pig, tropical fish and dwarf frogs. Colleen, Medway Assistant Store Manager Colleen started working for Especially for Pets in 2010. She grew up in a household full of pets including Rottweilers, cats, rabbits, chinchillas, rats, ferrets, iguanas, and even goats! Her love for animals has carried into her adult life and she is happily owned by three cats (Wolf, Murphy, and Gidget), two parrots (Madison the Umbrella Cockatoo and Riddle the Greater Vasa), two chinchillas (Tico and Inara), and three rats (Fen, Mouse, and Pixel), in addition to her rescue dog, Kenzi. puppies for sale 33914
Colleen has worked in natural-oriented pet stores for ten years and really enjoys working with pets and their people. siberian husky for sale basingstoke
Her dog, Kenzi, also enjoys coming to work with her and makes it a point to greet each and every two and four-legged customer. Colleen’s passion is nutrition which began with her ferrets at the age of eleven. She enjoys sharing her knowledge with customers and learning from their experiences with their own pets as well. Emily, Medway Groomer Emily has been a groomer at Especially for Pets since 2005. staffy pups for sale in preston lancashire
Prior to joining us, she groomed locally for eight years. For the last three years, her pug, Ditto, has accompanied Emily to work and has become a fixture in the grooming room. Emily’s years of owning dogs have been mostly devoted to pugs, but she also enjoys puppy play dates with her family and friends' dogs including Labs, Mastiffs, Ridgebacks, and Shih Tzu’s. When she’s not grooming, Emily enjoys most outdoor activities and challenging herself with various do-it-yourself projects.
Emily enjoys educating her grooming customers about how to help their dogs stay comfortable and look great between pet groomings! Jennifer, Medway Groomer Jennifer has a strong love for animals and started grooming both cats and dogs at Especially for Pets in 2011. She graduated from the Norfolk County Agricultural High School with a degree in Animal Science. In addition, she successfully completed pet grooming classes while attending. Jennifer has experience as a veterinary technician, kennel manager, working with farm animals, as well as dog training and as a sales associate for Especially for Pets. She has also spent over eleven years volunteering in all aspects of animal sheltering, from fostering dogs, cats, kittens, and puppies, to assisting with feral cats. Jennifer’s family includes cats, dogs, chickens, guinea pigs, as well as a rabbit. Her human children now are school-aged.Everything about pets in Kent on Gumtree. Russian Toy is an exclusive and rare pocket size breed in the UK.
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We didn’t want him to suffer any more..." - Jade Burton “At £400, she was charging a lot less than pugs usually cost. But my heart definitely overruled my head at that point.” Bailey spent his first night at home struggling to breathe and when he was running around, his legs kept collapsing beneath him.So the following day Miss Burton took him to a vet. She was told he had hydrocephalus, when fluid builds up in the skull, causing pressure on the brain.The future was looking bleak for little Bailey but Miss Burton was told to return to the vet a week later to see if he had improved.But at the next appointment, she was told Bailey could not be operated on until he was at least six months old and he had already started to go blind.Miss Burton said: “We were told at that point the prognosis for survival was very low and Bailey would be in pain, so the decision was made to have him put to rest. We didn’t want him to suffer any more.” Miss Burton, who was able to get her £400 back from the breeder, has set up a Facebook page, Bailey’s Legacy, to raise awareness of puppy farming and has written to MPs Mark Reckless and Tracey Crouch.
She has also informed the RSPCA about the breeder.She said: “Many people know of puppy farming but don’t know enough. If I had known more, I would have spent more time looking into health checks.“I’m heartbroken that I couldn’t save Bailey.” A puppy farmer is defined as a high-volume breeder who breeds dogs with little or no regard for the welfare of the animals or their parents.A puppy farmer’s main intent is profit. As a result, they typically separate puppies from their mothers too early, ignore guidelines about the maximum frequency of litters, keep puppies in poor conditions and fail to follow breed-specific health schemes or to apply basic, routine health measures.As a result, the puppies bred by puppy farmers are more likely to suffer from common, preventable, infectious diseases, painful or chronic inherited conditions, behavioural issues and shorter life spans.The Kennel Club is calling for a change in legislation to crack down on puppy farming and Battersea Dogs & Cats Home is also calling for tighter controls on breeders.