“The Tellington TTouch is a kind and respectful way of working with animals to help them overcome a variety of health and behavioural issues. It was developed over 30 years ago by Linda Tellington Jones and is now widely used around the world by trainers, shelter workers, vets, physiotherapists, behaviour counsellors, veterinary nurses, competition riders, riding instructors and animal owners.”
Jacqui is a T-Touch Practitioner based in Purley, Surrey (just outside of Croyden).
“Ruffs Hydrotherapy Rehabilitation and Fitness Centre strives to provide the best possible care, for a better life for the patient.” Ruffs provides your pets with great care for a range of conditions including hip dysplasia, Luxating Patella, Obesity and many more. They also have a grooming service. Based in Great Yarmouth.
“Cool to be Kind is a simple concept that was started by Anthony Head and Sarah Fisher. They have enlisted the assistance of their good friends, and fellow animal ambassadors, Carolyn Menteith and Marie Miller to help promote, encourage and acknowledge acts of kindness to animals.”
“Gorleston Doggie Diner is a cafe where your dogs are welcomed in or out, wet or dry. Specially designed for your pooch in mind as well as you!”
“Today Dogs Trust (formerly the NCDL) is the UK’s largest dog welfare charity and cares for over 17,000 dogs each year through its network of 20 rehoming centres in the UK – and one in Dublin.”
“We aim to never turn away a dog or cat in need of help, caring for them until their owners or loving new homes can be found, no matter how long it takes. We are champions for, and supporters of, vulnerable dogs and cats, determined to create lasting changes for animals in our society. Every year, we care for over 8,000 dogs and cats.”
“Domesticated Manners specialises in animal behaviour and training and is run by Chirag Patel, who is highly respected internationally.”
“Norfolk Greyhound Rescue is a small local non-profit organisation whose main aim is finding caring people to rehome Irish greyhouds – ex racers and also those that never made it to the track. This is because there are literally thoussands of dogs that either don’t make the grade or are discarded once they are no longer able to race. Without the intervention of greyhound rescue organisations, many meet a very sad end. We also work with other charities and help lurchers looking for their forever home.”