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A New Year and a brand new Head Office!

Things have been super busy at Friend For Pets and we are now in our gorgeous purpose built head office in the lovely village of Shipham. With views out over the Mendips and fields I can’t think of a nicer… Continue Reading →


What is Bloat? Bloat is a condition where the stomach becomes overstretched by excess gas possibly due to a blockage or twisting of the stomach. Gastric Dilatation-Volvulus (GDV) is when the stomach becomes twisted as well. The conditions are progressively… Continue Reading →

Homemade Dog Treat Recipes!

Throughout the year we bake a lot of treats for friends and family (and ourselves) but why not treat your furry friends with some homemade dog treats. Here’s some of our favourite recipes: Easy peanut butter treats Whose dog is… Continue Reading →

Christmas Newsletter 2017!

2017 has been our busiest year yet! There have been some very exciting developments throughout the company. We have welcomed two new managers, Lucy, who took over our fantastic Bristol team and Tamsin, who now runs our new Vale of… Continue Reading →

Games to play on a dog walk.

Walking our dogs is great for their exercise (as well as our own) but it can also be a great mental stimulus and needless to say can be super fun for both parties. Although going for walks in different places… Continue Reading →

Nature vs. Nurture effects on Dog Behaviour.

There is always a lot of stories in the news and on social media about specific breeds. Certain breeds tend to get more bad press than others so is it justified or does the dog’s upbringing contribute more strongly to… Continue Reading →

Rainy Day Games for your Dog.

There are times when the weather can be rather unpleasant to walk in or when you need to keep your dog entertained inside. Coming up with new ideas to get your dog to use their brains can be hard, so… Continue Reading →

Collars vs. Harnesses!

When choosing what to walk your dog in the choice is vast so how do you decide? Neck Collars Your dog should be wearing a collar and ID tag at all times. If your dog pulls, even lightly, they can… Continue Reading →

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