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Wafcol dog food: nutritionally balanced for optimum health

Wafcol manufactures a comprehensive range of nutritionally balanced food for your dog. From a three-week-old puppy to a senior dog of older than seven years, you will find a product of outstanding quality to fulfil your dog's needs. The regular puppy food is dense in energy-giving nutrients to meet the demands of a fast-growing young […]

2016-12-31T09:27:03+00:00 December 31st, 2016|Pets|0 Comments

All-Natural Horse Supplements

Nature's Choice for Healthy Horses Many people have turned to organic, locally grown, non genetically modified foods to improve their health and appearance. Health-conscious consumers want to eliminate toxins from their homes and larders; many also shun preservatives and artificial food dyes. This increased interest in organic products goes beyond food and body care products: [...]

2015-12-17T08:31:53+00:00 December 17th, 2015|Pets|0 Comments

Your New Cat Checklist: Ensuring A Purr-fect Start For Your Pet

Getting your first cat is always exciting. Equal parts affectionate and aloof, cats can bring a smile to even the most hard-hearted soul. In addition, their independence makes them a good first pet as they're usually happy to look after themselves for a few hours if you're out and about. However, while cats may be [...]

2015-11-07T07:43:06+00:00 November 7th, 2015|Pets|0 Comments

Are Tarantulas Dangerous?

As a long time tarantula owner and breeder, there can be nothing more annoying than reading a totally hysterical account in one of the daily tabloids regarding Tarantulas or True spiders. These are always written with the intention of selling the lousy rag and the sad thing is that millions of otherwise naive readers will [...]

2015-09-11T18:15:55+00:00 September 11th, 2015|Pets|0 Comments

On Man, His Dog and Dog Beds

"Love me, love my dogs" - sometimes we just have to laugh a little at the seriousness with which some take their relationships with their canine companions. Last year television viewers were aghast at the sight of an otherwise intelligent man crawling on all fours in his underwear across the thin sheet of ice that [...]

2015-08-25T08:07:02+00:00 October 13th, 2014|Pets|0 Comments

Shetland Sheep – the Perfect Smallholders Animal

Shetland sheep, while traditional to the Shetland Islands, and bred all over Great Britain, have made their way across the pond to Canada and the United States. They are a favourite breed among sheep farmers, especially smallholders. These sheep are fine-boned, smaller than most breeds, and are known to be easy to manage. Shetland Wool [...]

2014-02-25T07:57:42+00:00 February 25th, 2014|Pets|0 Comments

Why Pets and Wildlife Love Rayburn Stoves

Rayburn stoves are synonymous with warming frost-chilled fingers after bonfires. With delicious smells as tender meats cook, breads rise, spicy cakes come to life and rich stews bubble. With the super-clean scent of crisp, spotless laundry fast-drying on a traditional ceiling rack in the kitchen. With the scents of summer food alfresco and intimate autumn [...]

2014-09-27T07:47:44+00:00 January 18th, 2014|Food & Drink, Pets|0 Comments

Bird Feeding Safety Tips

Many a nature enthusiast enjoys seeing wildlife in their own back yard. To this end, many set up bird feeders and other devices to lure animals to their homes. While this is fine and dandy, and does not necessarily have a negative impact on the environment, there are a few things you should be aware [...]

2015-08-25T18:06:59+00:00 December 13th, 2013|Pets|0 Comments