Pet Waste Solutions
If you are setting up a dog field, then you need to find a way of safely disposing of the waste generated by your customers.
There are a number of reasons why using a professional pet waste disposal company is by far the most sensible thing to do – not least of all that you can outsource what is one of the least pleasant jobs of being a dog field owner.
We’ve partnered with Pet Waste Solutions for the following main reasons:
- Fully licenced to properly and responsibly dispose of pet waste
- Nationwide coverage
- Really flexible and hassle free
If you want to get a quote from them and see how simple and cost effective getting your dog field waste collected is, call Tony quoting British Dog Fields on 01580 857012 or email.
If you think you would like to consider other waste disposal solutions, like composting, using your council operated domestic waste service or a dedicated council service, please have a read of this article before you make any decisions.
Yellow Dog UK
Yellow Dog UK is a registered charity created to bring awareness to dogs who need space. Not every dog wants attention, some dogs are in training, some dogs have health issues or are recovering from surgery.
Some dogs are being rehabilitated or have suffered a bad experience, or are nervous dogs, or older, fragile dogs that find the world a scary place.
If you see a dog wearing yellow please give the dog and its human some space. Please, do not approach this dog or its people with your dog as they are indicating that their dog cannot be close to other dogs. How close is too close? Only the dog or his people know, so maintain distance and give them time to move out of your way.
Yellow Dog UK believes that making Yellow an accepted representation throughout the UK will benefit everyone and make dog walking a more enjoyable, and safer experience for all, and in turn give your dog a better quality of life.
Dog First Aid
Would you know what to do in an emergency to help your dog? This fabulous course is for every dog guardian or professional.
The interactive course will help you to identify early signs of disease or pain in your dogs but also teach you the vital skills to manage any emergency first aid situation with confidence, to ensure your dog has the best chance of recovery when they reach the vets.
The course includes topics such as: CPR, Seizures, Bleeding and Bandaging, Canine Shock, Bloat and GDV, Burns and Scolds, Poisoning, Heatstroke, Road Traffic Collisions and so much more. An Accredited CPD certificate valid for 3 years.
For Oxfordshire Dog First Aid Course: To view courses close to you and reserve your place click here or contact Bridget Simms on 07809423157 or email here.