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Pet Related Links

Fun and informative pet related websites. Do contact us if you know of any other pet related websites we can add to this resource.

  • Holly&Lil Collar CoutureHolly & Lil hand-made designer leather dog and cat collar and lead sets.
  • Clinical Canine Massage by Emma Young a registered Veterinary Nurse On Point Dogs.
  • PBS Pet Travel – Specialists in pet travel, pet shipping and pet relocation from the UK worldwide.
  • Gertrude’s Brave EscapeA beautifully illustrated childrens book about a Pekingese dog. Gertrude’s Brave Escape is a perfect gift for pet lovers young and old. Available to order via the website.
  • PetlifeOnline.co.uk is the official supplier of Vetbed quality veterinary pet bedding in the UK.
  • Creature Carnival – Pet caricatures by Mariam Kaker
  • Rory Mackay is a pet portrait artist focussing on the beauty and innocence of raw, animalistic character. He captures the grace, energy, curiosity, clumsiness, devotion, naivety, confidence and all manner of other canine/feline/equine qualities commonly attributed to that animal.
  • AnimalCranio – Former Harley Street Craniosacral practitioner Simon Egerton now works from his home in central London and has extended his practice to animals.
  • Pedipawz logoPedipawz – Professional cat and dog grooming in Sutton, Surrey.
  • Hydro Hounds is a newly established centre catering for all canine hydrotherapy needs.
  • Posh Pet Parlour – Whether your dog wants a full groom, a bath, or just a nail trim they will receive professional treatment with a range of services from Hand Stripping, Clipping, Scissoring, Trimming.
  • The Hounslow Animal Welfare Society is a voluntary organisation concerned for the welfare and rehoming of unwanted animals including cats, rabbits and dogs.
  • Dog Friendly Peak District CottagesVisit Peaks logo – Why leave your four-legged friends at home? Our large dog friendly holiday cottages in the Peak District will take up to five dogs (depending on size) and there are loads of walks from the door of the cottages. We can also advise on dog friendly days out in the Peak District.