April 20, 2013
We are delighted to be able to offer your dog its own accommodation. Pets are not permitted in the house, for the comfort of all guests. Your dog can now sleep soundly in secure, dry accommodation. Please bring your own food and bedding. Bowls are provided .
July 13, 2012
MY NAME ISN’T “THATDOG” – Deborah Wylde ………… my name is Boss. Sometimes known as Dollop because Grammabrenda says that I sit like a big dollop sometimes. How rude! Sometimes she even calls me Stumpy because I only have a little short stump that sticks out from my bottom. I can even move it from […]
May 8, 2012
To really get this directory going we have a fantastic offer!!! Any business that joins Dog Friendly Cumbria, will get a full page advert for their business, with links back to their own website or other on-line presence, for 6 months at a cost of only £30 (that is a £5 per month!!). Dog Friendly […]
December 30, 2011
Brilliant If you enjoyed this Bacon hungering dog of the original Ultimate Dog Tease video, you are going to love the follow up videos by the same maker. They feature more loveable talking animals that are just the cutest. Click the link to watch them now! http://youtu.be/nGeKSiCQkPw Dogs… Love…. Food
November 29, 2011
Brilliant!!!! : )) Poor bloke but the best laugh I have had in a long time. Not that I would ever condone this, so please do not try this at home ; ))
November 28, 2011
Welcome to Talking Dogs - Dog Training in Cumbria. Devoted to assisting dogs and their owners have a happier more harmonious home life. We offer training for dogs of all breeds and ages.
November 21, 2011
If you and your dog are not used to long walks, break him in gently. Build up both, your fitness and that of your dogs over a number of weeks.
November 4, 2011
Children 'miss cues' that a dog may be dangerous ... Children may misinterpret growls as smiles Young children need to be taught to interpret dog body language in a bid to cut the number of attacks.
October 20, 2011
Training Classes around Cumbria, please contact us to add your classes to our list..firstname.lastname@example.org
October 19, 2011
A trained dog is a Happy Dog. A dog who knows his boundaries feels secure, safe and more relaxed. Owning a dog should be fun and rewarding for all the family. When your dog respects the house rules it creates a happier, more harmonious home life for everyone involved..