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  • Treat Your Dog to a Healthier lifestyle

    4:52 pm : 9th Nov, 2018

    Do you know what ingredients are in your treats? At this time of year the shops are full of wonderful christmas themed treats. There are sticks of candy, trees, stars to name just a few in wonderful red and green colours to catch your eye. But what exactly is in that chew or biscuit you […]

  • Lest We Forget

    12:14 pm : 2nd Nov, 2018

    The 11th day of the 11th month looms once again reminding us what sacrifices were made for us in the name of peace. Did you know that dogs played a huge part in the wars also? Dogs were used as messengers and proved to be as reliable as soldiers in the dangerous job of running […]

  • Trick or Treat

    4:38 pm : 5th Oct, 2018

    You may be wanting to teach your puppy some tricks such as giving it’s paw, rolling over or just basic commands. You may wish to teach an old dog new tricks and you can do that with patience and love. If giving a food treat as a reward then make sure it’s a real meaty […]

  • Bank Holiday Deliveries

    7:59 am : 10th Aug, 2018

    Another Bank Holiday looms. Let us hope it’s another warm and sunny one. If you have your Simpsons Premium dog/cat food delivered by DPD please remember that any orders received after 2pm on Thursday 22nd August will not be delivered until Tuesday 27th at the earliest. Please keep this in mind and order in plenty […]

  • Be Careful What You Wish For.

    2:38 pm : 7th Aug, 2018

    I took Jasmine, my black & white springer for a walk on the lead recently. As always she was pulling hard. Try as I might I have never found a way to stop her doing this. “Stop pulling Jazz” I said, for the nth time. It reminded me of how my liver and white springer […]

  • Nature’s Toothbrushes

    3:29 pm : 20th Jun, 2018

    Are you looking for a natural chew that won’t splinter or leave an awful gooey mess on your carpets and flooring? Deer shed their antlers naturally each year (they grow back a new pair). They are collected cleaned, washed and cut to various sizes. Dogs love them. The chewroot is the root tuber of a hardwood tree […]

  • Goodbye Roxy

    6:06 pm : 19th Jun, 2018

    It is always difficult saying goodbye to your dearest friend, confidante, loyal dog. However out of great love also comes a huge loss eventually. I recently had a phone call from a customer who without warning had to have her “fourth child” gently put to sleep. Her two daughters wept on their beds clutching Roxy’s […]

  • Too Hot To Handle

    8:57 am : 22nd May, 2018

    Never leave your dog alone in a hot car. Many people still think it is alright to leave a dog in a car on a warm day. If they park in the shade or leave the windows slightly open they think their dog will be okay. IT IS NOT. It is very dangerous. When it’s […]

  • Thank You So Much

    7:13 pm : 15th Apr, 2018

    I would like to say a big heartfelt thank you to all the people who support us in our  business. Thank you to all our customers, our suppliers, the other business men & women we meet at Breakfast clubs. Thank you to our support staff, the other traders that we meet at shows and markets and […]

  • Support your Local Food & Craft Market.

    8:56 am : 6th Mar, 2018

    Many towns and villages have a local market whereby small businesses sell their delicious home made cakes, breads, cheeses etc. It is quite often shared with amazing crafts made by very talented hands. In Plymouth we are fortunate enough to have a market at the historic setting of the Royal William Yard. It is held on […]