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Pet shop couple retire after 27 years in the business
Dog owner no longer wanted pet because it was sitting in 'front of the TV while the football was on'
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Petface introduce ‘Doggy Dino’s’ – a range of dog toys
Turkey Sausages with Cranberry are a festive hit
Top line-up of speakers at first Natural Dog Conference
PetSafe encourages retailers to 'Paws for Thought'
Ceva gives Hope to dogs with its ‘Happy Homes’ initiative
King British launches new website with Advent giveaway
Ex-Pets at Home store manager jailed
Pet food manufacturer fined after injury to teenage worker
Pet Industry Federation announces new member benefit
Nearly 1 million UK cats at higher risk of HIV type virus
Online retailers sees 300% increase in sales on Black Friday
London pet firm expands its reach into the North
Forthglade announces partnership with Guide Dogs
Small businesses forced to borrow to cover essential outgoings
Canterbury's new Pets at Home store opens tomorrow
Three million working days lost caring for sick children
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Top line-up of speakers at first Natural Dog Conference

Leading pet care expert Dr Karen Becker is one of eight specialists lined up for talks at the inaugural Natural Dog Conference In Birmingham this weekend (December 5-6).

The finishing touches to the preparations for the UK’s first-ever conference dedicated to natural dog care.

The two-day event will offer insights, tips and knowledge on how best to care for a dog ethically, naturally, holistically, and provide advice on being kind to the environment in the process.

Leading vets, nutrition experts, behaviour specialists and holistic therapists from around the world will be there to offer their knowledge, and importantly their listening ear and support.

Organisers Dean Barrow and Caroline Griffith are thrilled with the response to the event.

‘’We feel the natural pet care sector is truly a growing field with huge interest from dog owners with and an even huger amount of questions and choices,” said Caroline.

“The conference aims to answer those questions and finally provide the truth about natural dog care from leading veterinary specialists and experts in their field.

“Reducing a dog’s carbon pawprint whilst extending their happiness, health and time with you, what can be better?”

Tickets for this pioneering event are still available as this piece goes live, but are now very limited.

information and booking links can be found at the events website

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