Coping with the death of a pet : Blue Cross Pet Bereavement and Pet Loss
Grieving for the loss of a pet, whether through death, parting or enforced separation, can be a sad and difficult experience. When the love and friendship of a pet are gone, life may suddenly seem very empty. If you have lost, or are facing saying goodbye to, a much loved pet and need somebody to talk to, the Blue Cross Pet Bereavem read more
Recycled Beer Barrels used as Dog Watering Stations, at Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden
Old beer barrels have been recycled to provide dog watering stations at Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden, South Walsham. Dogs on leads are welcome at Fairhaven Garden. There is a dog entry charge (25p) to cover the cost of poop scoops, which are given to every dog owner. Annual dog memberships are also available read more
Westonbirt, The National Arboretum, is a fantastic place to walk your dog!
Dogs are welcome in Silk Wood: Representing two thirds of the arboretum, there’s plenty of space to explore with your pooch! Please keep dogs on a lead around the car parks, and also in the area outside of the Westonbirt Restaurant, the Great Oak Hall, the shop and plant centre and the toilets. Facilities for you and your dog: Dog read more
Youngest competitor George blazes a trail!
Just one week after his 12th birthday George Carter blazed a brilliant trail at the World Sled Dog Association Championships in Germany held on 21st to 24th February. He was the youngest competitor there! His proud mum Mary told CSJ, “George did well - it was his first race in snow, his first time representing read more
Thyme to turn back!
Turn Back Thyme! from UK herbal supplement specialists CSJ has been developed with the older dog in mind and dog owners are having their say about it… "Palatable effective" I got this for my two older boys aged 10 and 14. The 10yr old is particularly fussy with food, so I was apprehensive about adding her read more
Eezy Peezy! for urinary and lawn health
At a time when lawns are under siege from dry weather CSJ has a herbal product on hand to help… their 'Eezy Peezy!'has been specifically formulated to optimise urinary health and can help prevent burn marks on lawns caused by pet urine. With ingredients including Burdock Root, Celery Seed, Golden Rod and Dandelion, read more
Focus on the future?
CSJ have once again seen an increase in sales of their Focus! herbs. Sales also boomed this time last year and CSJ say they put it down to competitors getting ready for the 2019 season’s competitions. Known as ‘The secret training aid’, Focus! has become the ‘go to’ supplement for owners with dogs that are nerv read more
CSJ still celebrating 20 years on!
20 years of involvement with the many dog sports have has given CSJ a unique insight into the needs of working and competing dogs and their handlers… and the excitement continues… Founder Ceri Rundle says, “I never dreamed when starting the company after my father and I had searched fruitlessly for high quality affo read more
Dog walking : Canal & River Trust
Dog walking : Canal & River Trust When it comes to stretching all four legs, the canal is a canine’s best friend. Paula Boyden, deputy veterinary director at the Dogs Trust says: “Many dog owners enjoy taking their dogs for walks along the canals and rivers because it is generally quite quiet. Many city-dwellers find read more
World Agility Open Championships thrilled the crowds
Sponsored again by CSJ the 2019 World Agility Open Championships held on May 17th to 19th had spectators on the edge of their seats due to spectacular runs from competitors from as far afield as Korea, New Zealand and Brazil. (Photo courtesy of Simon Peachey) Originating in 2011, the World Agility Open (WAO) is the first interna read more
Ex public schoolgirl Katy Cropper tells how at 19 having seen a sheepdog trial in Anglesey, she “Got rid of the husband and bought a sheepdog” on CSJ’s new A Way With Dogs site https://www.awaywithdogs.co.uk/handler-interviews/ Coming to public fame in 1990 as the first female winner of One Man and His Dog she went on read more
All-Rounder from CSJ!
It’s here - new CP All-Rounder - after exhaustive research by top nutritionists the smaller kibble, lower energy version of CSJ’s hugely successful CP30 (Hi Energy) ration their customers have long been asking for. Developed for all breeds CSJ’s new hypo-allergenic All-Rounder recipe containing 40% Salmon has be read more
New Fruit'n'Mutt snack bar for extra oomph!
Thanks to CSJ dogs can get an energy boost when at shows, working, training or exercising with their delicious new recipe fruit and herbs snack bar. CSJ’s nutrition experts developed Fruit’n’Mutt knowing that dogs using sustained energy sometimes needed help and ‘extra oomph’. The crunchy energy bar is read more
Sykes Cottages - a great selection of dog friendly cottages!
A stunning selection of dog friendly cottages in beautiful locations. Many are surrounded by breath-taking scenery that makes dog walking an absolute joy. Whether you prefer the countryside, or would rather be 'by the seaside, by the beautiful sea' Sykes Cottages have hundreds of self-catering cottages, apartmen read more
The Crossbreed & Mongrel Club
The Crossbreed & Mongrel club was launched in 1994 after a group of enthusiasts got together after answering a letter I put in a dog magazine asking if anyone felt like I did that there should be a club especially for crossbreed & mongrel dogs. Our aim was to show that owning a crossbreed or mongrel dog is something to be proud of and read more
British Flyball Association (BFA) What is Flyball? Flyball (International Flyball Racing) is a team "knockout" relay race with 4 dogs and their handlers. A team is permitted to have 6 dogs and handlers (so they have reserve dogs.) The object of the race is for each dog to jump over 4 hurdles, trigger the Flyball box to get the read more
Fireworks aren’t the only problem…
CSJ are warning pet owners that fireworks aren’t the only problem pets face at this time of year and now’s the time to start sprinkling their Calm Down! herbs on sensitive dogs’ food. Festive gatherings of perhaps unfamiliar people, extra noise and excitement can all increase stress levels for many dogs - as can child read more
Children 'more active' in homes with dogs
By Sean Coughlan BBC News education correspondent A study of children in 78 inner-city primary schools in England found children in homes with dogs were more active than those without. Researchers from St George's, University of London, were carrying out a study on child heart health. They found that children in dog-owni read more