Cat tries to catch dog’s tail

This is our Bonnie trying to catch Jenny’s tail. Jenny is oblivious to the cat’s frustration and is busy playing herself.
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Nanuq too lazy to catch toy

Nanuq our husky is too lazy to play catch and just lets it drop in front of her.
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How to Brush Your Dog’s Teeth

Step One: Find the Right Time Brush your dog’s teeth when she’s calm and relaxed. Your goal: Set a routine. Working up to brushing daily is ideal. But if her mouth is healthy, even three days a week can make a difference. Without brushing, plaque can build up, putting your dog at risk for bad breath, gum disease, and tooth decay. It can also cause painful infection. Severe infection...
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Hope sites a hive of activity with introduction of 100,000 bees

One hundred thousand honey bees have been introduced at two Derbyshire quarries and biodiversity in surrounding areas improved, to support the nationwide campaign to grow Britain’s bee population. Hope Construction Materials, the UK’s leading independent supplier of concrete and cement, has introduced 100,000 bees across its two largest operations – Hope Cement Works, Hope Valley and Dowlow...
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A boost for bees

A boost for bees First published Thursday 2 July 2015 in Bees Bees are to benefit from £900 million for a new scheme to protect our countryside, Environment Secretary Elizabeth Truss has announced. Over the next five years the new Countryside Stewardship scheme will offer grants to help improve our environment and countryside – with £85 million set aside to support projects in 2016, including...
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Big tax changes afoot for rural businesses, says Old Mill

Big tax changes afoot for rural businesses, says Old Mill First published Friday 10 July 2015 in Smallholder news Farmers and rural businesses could face some significant changes to their tax bills in the coming years, following one of the most dramatic Budgets in recent history. In the first Conservative Budget for nearly 20 years, Chancellor George Osborne announced a move towards a low tax...
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Neutering your pet

Neutering your pet Neutering can help prevent illnesses and some unwanted behaviours If you wish to get your pet neutered the best thing to do is speak to your vet. They will be able to advise you about the cost and the best time to neuter your pet, you do not need to let an animal have one litter first. Benefits of neutering Neutering has benefits that apply not only to dogs and cats but also...
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25 MOST BIZARRE & FASCINATING ANIMAL FACTS

25 MOST BIZARRE & FASCINATING ANIMAL FACTS by Cara Meyers on May 21, 2015 (WEIRD ANIMAL FACTS/ABOUT ANIMALS) The animal kingdom is full of wonder and amazement. There is so much we still don’t know about the world we live in and the different animals that inhabit it. For instance, did you know that a wolf can eat up to 20lbs of meat in just one sitting? That’s a whole lot of meat....
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Learn how to keep your pet safe from Lyme disease with Towie’s Lydia Bright

Learn how to keep your pet safe from Lyme disease with Towie’s Lydia Bright Because bites from a tick can be worse than you think… You may not know that it’s Lyme Disease Awareness month, but there’s one person who definitely does – Towie’s Lydia Bright. She met up with TV vet David Grant to find out how to keep her pets safe from ticks, who are usually the ones spreading Lyme...
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The best and strangest animal facts – in pictures

The best and strangest animal facts – in pictures From the oriental fire-bellied toad’s ‘unken reflex’ to the porcupine fish’s ability to squirt blood out of its eyes, Adrienne Barman, author and illustrator of Creaturepedia, shares some very weird animal facts and stunning illustrations too… click...
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