Woodland Paws Monthly

November 2016

Welcome Laura

by admin
We are very lucky to have such a lovely selection of well behaved dogs with us at Woodland Paws and with more dogs wanting to join in with the all the fun we are having, Woodland Paws welcomes Laura to our team. Laura used to work with me at the vets and loves animals of all shapes and sizes. Like me she wanted a dog from as long as far back as she could remember and is just crazy about looking after and loving all pets. She even has her very own Zoo at home including her lurcher Lexi, and Cat Leo. Laura will be helping me out from time to time, joining us when we go off gallivanting to Druridge or off into the woods somewhere. We are pleased to announce that we can now also offer our dog walking, cat visits and small animal visits in the following areas: Cambois, Ashington, Guide Post, Stakeford, Bomarsund, Choppington, East Sleekburn, Bedlington, Blyth, and Cramlington. (...)

First Aid Trained

by Beth
The happiness and well being of your pets are our priority. We look after them and love them like they were part of our family. The knowledge of being able to provide the best possible care to your pets whilst they are with us puts our minds at rest and hopefully yours too that no matter what we get up to they are in the best possible hands. Both myself and Laura have passed canine first aid training meaning that should anything happen we are able to provide first aid treatment.   (...) Continue

Meeting the Newbies

by Zak
We have made loads of new friends recently, here are some pictures of our new buddies (...) Continue

The New Overalls

by Bailey
To begin with I wasn't quite sure. I'm a self confessed grumble bum though so anything new I'm not sure of always gets a good moan about, but you know what, they keep me super toasty warm, my little feet poke out the bottom so if I want to paddle I can. Although Beth says not to go too deep as its not a swim suit. I've got room to move about, its not too tight so I (...) Continue

The Worried Lab

by Jazz
A bit of jumping start the walk. So Beth opened the car so we could get out and begin our walk. I went to spend a penny before we got walking and then all of a sudden there was lots of exciting noises. A 'Lola' who I had never met before, she was with another lady not with our Beth, came running round the corner jumped in to our car. She was scared and thought our (...) Continue