Soooo we’ve moved from training once a week because of winter (I try not to train two days in a row, and I work full time so that only left one day on a weekend!), to twice a week now that the nights are lighter. I always enjoy evening sessions …

Photography Days 2017

Last weekend we drove up to Lincoln for a Photography Weekend. Everyone was lovely and the venue was perfect – thank you Hotshots Hydro for hosting us! Photos are still being processed but we worked with almost 50 dogs, at least 3 of which had “people issues” (but no problems …

Pogo’s Journey

I haven’t blogged in… literally years. I think the world of Facebook is much easier and who can really be bothered to click external links anymore haha! I wanted to put Pogo into words. An essay probably. Pogo is a rescue – her mother was handed in to Lurcher Link …

Longfield Agility Solutions

I am incredibly excited to say that myself and Toast are officially sponsored by Longfield Agility Solutions. My field is my happy place, and it would be nothing without my amazing equipment. I absolutely love the service and so excited for the future! https://www.longfieldagilitysolutions.co.uk/ https://www.facebook.com/LongfieldAgilitySolutions/  

Science of Physical Management for Agility and Sport Dogs (Part 1)

Friday 10th February 2017 – £25 per person Guest: Helen Fentem-Jones Cat A ACPAT, MCSP. MSc Veterinary Physiotherapy, MSc Physiotherapy Date: Friday 10th February 2017 Time: 7.30pm – 9:00pm Venue: March Podiatry Practice Limited We all love training and competing in fast and furious dog sports, but we also know how …