Animal lovers in the UK spend over £4 billion a year on their pets. And this is not only on food, toys or vet costs. They also spend a large amount of that on grooming, spa days and body treatments. From pawdicures to organic bath massages and spiritual retreats, nothing seems too much when it comes to pampering their beloved pets!
If you’re looking to treat your dog, read on below where we explore eight of the most luxurious treatments available for your precious pup. For those seeking a cheaper alternative, we have also included some DIY tips and tricks to indulge your pooch at home!
According to a survey of dog and cat owners in the Britain, 43% of pets have needed urgent care after eating poisonous plants or flowers.
Is your garden safe?
As you may know each week our Forum (https://www.facebook.com/groups/880524902022697/) has a little competition to become a 'pin up.'
As March is upon us and Crufts is just around the corner, we will open a fun online competition for all to join in with!
It will be posted on the main page (https://m.facebook.com/BigWalkiesOfficial/) as an event.
There will be no actually prizes apart from winning dogs featuring as our pin ups for some months.
Big Walkies online fun dog show is now LIVE!!!
As Big Walkies has developed into an amazing community group and has grown over time we have revisited our T&Cs to ensure that the walks are enjoyable for all.
Participation in any of our organised walks is deemed acceptance of our Terms & Conditions.
Please note that the T&Cs now state that:
Dogs are to remain ON lead until the walk starts and you are advised by the walk coordinator that you can take your dog off lead.
Dogs who appear to 'pester' others dogs (regardless of size) need to be put back on lead. Once they've calmed down they can be tried off lead again. If they persist in pestering the other dogs (or dog) they will need to remain on lead for the rest of the walk.
We we hope you agree with the slight change.
See you all soon!