Can you give Dory a home? The opening of the new Jerry Green Pawprint Pavilion and warm weather tips
Are you trying to find Dory?
You need not look any further! We’ve found Dory for you! Our Dory is a loveable lurcher girl who had an accident prior to coming into our centre and unfortunately broke her front leg. Her leg is healing very well and she is now ready to find her forever home.
Dory can be a little shy when first meeting new people but quickly becomes your best friend, she loves other dogs and just wants to play. Currently, she would be better in a pet-free home while still recovering but would still like to stay social with dogs.
If Dory is the one for you please phone the South Lincs team on 01205 260546 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange to come and meet her!
Grand opening of the Pawprint Pavilion!
Are you ready to celebrate with us? Get May 18th marked on your calendar!
We are getting ready to celebrate the grand opening of our newly-built PawPrint Pavillion and we would love for you all to come along! We will be holding a Fun Dog Show, so please bring your pooches along and enter them in a variety of fun classes!
There will also be plenty for you to do while your pooches are showing off their skills in the ring, you can treat your pet to a new toy from shop or grab yourself a bargain in our pre-loved section!
And if that wasn’t enough, you could try your luck on our tombola or enter the raffle to win some amazing prizes and after all that fun you can chill out and enjoy some lovely refreshments while watching the dog show!
If you want to join us, the gates will open 10.30am and the judging for the dog show will commence at 1pm. We hope to see you at the South Lincs centre in May!
Training tip - warm weather advice
I’m sure you have been enjoying the Easter sunshine this weekend, so we thought we’d take this week to share some tips on keeping your dog cool now the weather is warming up.
First of all, check how hot the floor is before you take your dog out - they have very sensitive paws and if it’s too hot for the back of your hand, avoid it if possible - try and stick to grass and shady areas.
You can also get your paddling pools out for your dog to play in or lay a wet towel on the floor for your dog to cool down on.
Another idea is make doggy ice lollies! This can be done simply with any dog safe ingredients, like dog meat/fruit/veg/peanut butter, add some of your dog's favourite things to water in an ice cube tray or little pots, then freeze overnight ready to give your dog as a cool treat during the hot days.
You can also do this with filled Kong, so your dog takes longer to get through there enrichment.
These are some tips to use while the weather is warmer and dogs should be monitored when having their lollies.
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