Toby Meets Tom and Tilly – Socialising Your Puppy

  This weekend was very social one for Toby, he met up with his his canine friends old and new, and this made me think about the importance of socialising your puppy. It is very important to socialise your puppy, although you should only do so with other dogs which you know are in good health, have up to date vaccinations, and the meeting should be at your home or a place where strange dogs haven’t been, because your puppy will be very vulnerable to diseases until itsfinal set of jabs. Friends and family will want to see your new …

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All About Hedgehogs

  The other day we were out for a drive when mum pulled over and said “Look, there’s a baby hedgehog!” Sure enough, there was a hedgehog rooting through the leaves looking for food. Hedgehogs eat frogs, insects, worms, snails, mice, and grubs. Hedgehog is a strange name. Have you ever wondered why it is called that? Well, the name hedgehog started being used a long time ago in about 1450. The name came about because it can quite often be found rooting about under the ‘hedges’ and it has a nose like a pig, or hog – hence hedgehog. …

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Free Children’s Kindle Books 26th, 27th, 28th January 2017

  I am offering all my award winning children’s books FREE in celebration of National Multicultural Children’s Book day which is this Friday,  27th January. The links shown are for Amazon.com however the books are free on all Amazon sites worldwide, and the links below, should give you the option of downloading from the Amazon site of your choice. The books will be FREE on Kindle on 26th, 27th and 28th of January – they are for children who love animals aged 4-9 years and I have grouped them below so you can download the books together if you or …

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