We are more a than a little bit excited to announce that Persie Gin will be exhibiting at #JDL2019.
Persie Gin is hand-crafted in a small, family-owned cowshed-turned-distillery at the foot of Glenshee in Highland Perthshire.
“Our award-winning gins are distilled in small batches, then bottled and labelled on site.
We have chosen PADS dog rescue as our dedicated charity partner and are committed to raising funds to rehome abandoned dogs through a series of ‘dog gins’ – where the breed is reflected in the gin! The range includes Labrador Gin, Spaniel Gin and Dachshund Gin Liqueur. For every bottle sold, £1 is donated to PADS.”
To find out more about the Persie Gin:
We are happy to welcome Lintbells to Just Dogs Live, they will be have their range of pet supplements in the outdoor area.
We are delighted to announce that Pets As Therapy will be the second of two charities supported by Just Dogs Live 2019.
Pets As Therapy is a national charity and was founded in 1983 by Lesley Scott-Ordish to enhance health and wellbeing in the community through the visits of trusted volunteers with their behaviourally assessed animals.
We are delighted to announce the winners of the Just Dogs Live Valentine’s Day Photo Competition.
We had so many beautiful and touching pictures sent through to us that it must have been a very hard job for chief judge and vet Marc Abraham to pick the winners. But, after much thinking and consideration, he did just that.
Here are Marc’s top three pictures:
Meet five-year-old Rough Collie, Benji – the Face of Just Dogs Live 2019.
Top prize for the top dog was a photo shoot with professional dog photographer, Martin Hill – the results of which will appear on the marketing material for next year’s show in the coming months. Benji was among hundreds of dogs whose owners entered them into an online competition run by Just Dogs Live.
MEET five-year-old Rough Collie, Benji – chosen to become the face of Just Dogs Live 2019; earning his very own photo shoot with a professional dog photographer!
Benji was among the hundreds of dogs whose owners entered them into an online competition run by Just Dogs Live at the East of England Arena and Events Centre in Peterborough.
SUMMER is a fab time to enjoy time outdoors with your dog – long walks, great places to explore and opportunities for pet-friendly fun.
However, just like humans, dogs can suffer in hot weather. We all know that hot cars and dogs don’t mix – but there are other things that can leave your pet less than perky as the temperatures rise.
Just Dogs Live is back for 2018 – and we have TV celebrity vet and animal welfare campaigner Marc Abraham joining us during the weekend.
A bigger and better three-day event is in store for visitors to the Peterborough canine extravaganza on July 6,7,8 – with organisers delighted to welcome TV celebrity vet and animal welfare campaigner, Marc Abraham over the weekend.
JUST Dogs Live is delighted to announce its support for a charity that trains dogs to detect the odour of human disease – and could quite literally, save a life.
Medical Detection Dogs is currently at the forefront of the research into the fight against cancer and helping people with life-threatening diseases.
So – your cute, adorable and ever-so-sweet new family member has arrived.
What do you tackle first when it comes to training your gorgeous new pup?
The Kennel Club has plenty of advice on all aspects of puppy training, socialising and integrating your pooch with other family members, pets and those in the big wide world?
We’ve selected a few of our favourite tips.
CARRYING a few extra pounds is not much fun – and being too heavy isn’t good for health, happiness and longevity.
So how can you tell if your dog is getting too chubby, and what do you need to do to help overweight dogs lose weight?
Experts in natural pet health, and one of the sponsors of Just Dogs Live – Lintbells – have some words of advice to prevent your pooch from tipping the scales in the wrong direction.
Dog lovers from across the region have helped to raise vital funds for our chosen canine charity.
The National Search and Rescue Dog Association (NSADA) have been presented with a cheque for £1,000 – thanks to the support of Just Dogs Live visitors this summer, who paid £2 for their own dogs to accompany them to the event.
With Easter approaching fast and all those tempting choccy eggs around, it’s worth remembering that human chocolate is dangerous if eaten by your dog.
It can result in an emergency dash to the vet and sadly, even death.
Having earned a reputation as the East of England’s answer to a summer Crufts – Just Dogs Live is back for a bigger and better three-day event this summer.
A paws-itively great day out for the whole family, Just Dogs Live returns to the newly named East of England Arena and Events Centre at the East of England Showground in Peterborough on July 7, 8 and 9.
If you’re new to feeding puppies, it is important to seek the correct advice – both for the welfare of the pup and its mothers.
Just Dogs Live sponsors, Norfolk-based family owned business Green Pantry – suppliers of 100 per cent natural dry dog food – have some tips on puppy feeding.
MICROCHIPPING your dog became the law in April 2016 – so if you have recently acquired a new four-legged member of the family, don’t forget to do your bit.
The process is quick, painless and easy and can be done by your local vet.