I have to say it has been wonderful to see my regulars back after the heavy restrictions. I'm not a fan of the new buzz words so I'll say we are nearly back to normal, in that I can see pretty much any dog that needs to see me now. I say nearly normal as I still have my risk assessment and sanitising protocols in place. Applying a hierarchy of controls (and knowledge from my previous occupation) I am still taking care, of you as well as your dog (although currently human hospitality, i.e tea and coffee are still off the menu, apologies for that!).
It took me a while to get back into the swing of things and remember to take my phone into clinic. My main aim has been to get the dogs I see as comfortable as possible after quite a time without the hands on care they would normally receive. So apologies if you have been back and I didn't capture any photos, hopefully next time.
I'm going to keep this post short and just let you enjoy some the beautiful faces I have had the pleasure of over the last week or so.
Images courtesy of
Ghillie the Border Terrier, Oscar the French Bulldog, Minnie Whippet, Arti and Henry the Labradors and Bramble, Terrier X, thank you
I have been around dogs all my life. My life changed when I decided to turn a passion for dogs into a career. I have never looked back except to see what the past has taught me.