Below are some links for sites on the Internet which we think deserve special mention and we encourage you to visit them to learn more. If there are any other websites which you would like us to mention please get in touch.
K9 Magazine is a British dog magazine published by K9 Media Ltd. It is a lifestyle magazine featuring a wide range of dog ownership topics including advice on everything from dog training to dog diet advice as well as interviews with well known dog lovers and insightful features on the broadest range of canine topics.
Our probiotic supplement was recently featured in Issue 102 of the online magazine, in which it was used to successfully treat a case of acid reflux, and various symptoms of food allergies, in the author's dog.
The Dogs Naturally magazine represents a thriving community of like-minded vets, breeders, trainers and dog lovers. Dedicated to ethics and integrity in every aspect of their digital and print publications, Dogs Naturally is a complete resource for natural canine health care. At Dogs Naturally, they have got their priorities straight. Born out of a genuine concern about the often misguided standard practices of the pet health industry, and motivated by their heartfelt commitment to promoting safer and more natural dog care and treatment practices, their primary concern is the health and wellbeing of dogs everywhere.
Yorkshire Cat Rescue, previously known as Haworth Cat Rescue, is a Yorkshire based charity which aims to relieve the suffering of cats who are in need of care and attention and, in particular, to provide and maintain rescue homes and other facilities for the reception and care of such unwanted animals and their treatment.
Haworth Cat Rescue was founded in 1992 in response to the urgent local need to provide a safe haven for the many abandoned and neglected cats and kittens in the area. In 1997 the group acquired registered charity status as Haworth Animal Welfare (Cat Rescue) and the following year earned the accolade of Best Cat Rescue in Britain awarded by the Friskies Petcare Foundation. In 2013 Haworth Cat Rescue changed its name to Yorkshire Cat Rescue to reflect the increased area covered by the charity.