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Christmas Shopping!

We have a number of items for sale on our online shop that will make ideal Christmas presents.

We have handmade treat bags which have a waterproof lining and are fully washable.  We have lots of different designs, bags all …

Buying Sibling Puppies

I have noticed recently an increase in clients/potential clients buying two puppies from the same litter. In theory this seems like a great idea at the time:

  1. The puppies will be company for each other whilst the owner is at

Winter Walking – Keeping your Dog’s Safe

With winter well and truly upon us after the clocks have now changed it is important to ensure that when you are walking your dogs near or on roads no matter how quiet or busy they are you and your …

Dog Fun Day – 21st September 2014

We had another great turnout and a successful day at our Dog Fun Day this Sunday.  We had a number of stalls selling things from food to plants to chocolates and cards.  Our raffle was a big success and we …

Dog Fun Day – 13th April 2014

We held our second Dog Fun Day on Sunday 13th April and what a success it was.  We had a beautiful sunny day.  A selection of great stalls selling a variety of different things.

We estimated there were approximately 250 …

NEW PUPPY LIFE SKILLS – Behaviour Based Training

Naomi, Paws 4 Training is now working alongside Sue Kewley, an Animal Behaviour Practitioner with over 25 years of experience in animal training and behaviour. Sue is a member of the APDT and holds an Advanced Diploma in the Practical …

Pencil Portraits by Marcus Legg

Are you looking for the perfect present for your animal loving friend or family member?  Look no further!  My friend Marcus is an extremely talented artist in Norwich.  He draws pencil portraits of pets from a picture and the results …

Early Fun Agility Classes

Are you looking for an activity for your children to do after school that involves a bit of exercise and also your dog?  Why not combine the two!  Instead of taking your dog for a walk to tire them out …