We have teamed up with some fantastic local businesses to ensure that all of your dog’s needs are met by a professional, reliable company.
A family run business situated on the hilly outskirts of Bolton, Lancashire, Heights Farm Premium Pet Foods is an exciting, newly established company offering some of the highest quality pet foods available in the market place today, with a considerable cost saving over leading brands.
Born from our own experience with animal allergies and digestive intolerances at the farm, we were only too aware that the pet food industry as a whole, driven solely by profit, is a dumping ground for “meat by-products” unfit for human consumption.
So, recognising a real need in the market place, for a premium pet food at a fair price, delivered straight to your door, we took the decision to commission our own range of high quality, hypoallergenic feed. The result…. Only the best 100% wholesome natural ingredients.
Mobile Veterinary Physiotherapist operating in Lancashire and Greater Manchester.
Fully insured, AHPR and NAVP registered. Specialising in the assessment and treatment of musculoskeletal and neurological conditions to provide gold standard rehabilitation for your pets.
Tilly is a member of the National Association of Veterinary Physiotherapists (NAVP) and the Animal Health Professions Register (AHPR). These professional bodies ensure that all members are up to date on current practice and operating to the highest standard.
Dog First Aid Manchester courses cover all emergency situations and are suitable for both owners and businesses. Gemma teaches all new Digs for Dogs dog walking and home boarding franchisees, so they know exactly how to confidently act should they have a canine emergency with a clients’ dogs, as well as their own!
The course not only covers critical situations, but also helpful hints and tips, such as human foods toxic to dogs, harmful cleaning products, how to avoid dog fights etc. and must know information for any person caring for a dog.
No one wants to be unprepared in a situation that requires calm rational action, especially if our four-legged friends’ life depends on it. Vets advise that in most cases when first aid has been administered, the outcome is much better.