Picked up this great book for treats for the fur kids Enjoy!
DOGGY DESSERTS by Cheryl Gianfrancesco

Health, Wellbeing & Newfie Resources

Do you need a bib for your Newfie?

I can highly recommend Sandra of Sandy's Home Sewn Goodies for slobber bibs for your Newfie's
Great quality, price & fantastic service nothing is too much trouble!

My show team are kept spotlessly clean with bibs from Sandra..


Need a lil something for a special occasion?

Contact Liz of Poppy's Dog Bibs, and other Embroidery Creations

Liz creates our fancy dress bibs, Chloes leggins & bandanas 
Great quality, made to measure a very clever lady!



Bone Broth has many health benefits for your dog, including supporting your dog's immune system & liver, helping protect his joints, providing minerals like calcium, magnesium, silicon, sulphur & phosphorus and promoting a healthy gut.

Beef Marrow Bones
Chicken Feet
1-2 tsp Garlic (optional)
3-4 tsp Raw Apple Cider Vinegar
Vegetables & Herbs (optional)

Add to a large pot or slow cooker marrow bones and chicken feet.
Fill with water until bones are covered (fill to about 1 or 2 inches above the bones).
Add the garlic and apple cider vinegar (this will help extract the goodness out of the bones).
Cook on a high setting on your slow cooker, or bring to boil and then simmer on the stove top for 1 hour, then turn down to a low setting for 24 hours.
Strain the bones and meet out of the broth, while still hot, add any vegetables or herbs you would like and let cool.
Place in the fridge for 2-3 hours.
Once cold, there should be a layer of fat on top,this can be removed and discarded. Below, your broth should have a jelly like consistency. If your broth isn't gelatinous, then next time try adding a bit more vinegar.
The broth can be stored in the fridge for 2-3 days or can be frozen (ice cube trays make convenient serving size portions).. A few tablespoons over their dinner daily will add a boost to their diet and your dog will think it's super yummy!