Spring Summer 2014 issue of Holybrooks newsletter. Morning walks, new contact details and more.
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Spring / Summer 2014

Doesn't time fly? It only seems like yesterday since our last newsletter. This Winter has been a harsh one with the rain and floods, not all the dogs have appreciated wading through puddles but others have relished getting as soggy as possible!

Now the flowers are out, hopefully there will be plenty more sunshine to enjoy and the Summer shows are fast approaching. We don't often get time to stop and chat while we are walking the dogs so the shows are an ideal opportunity to come and say hello.

Contacting us

We've updated our contact details to ensure you get the speediest response from us for arranging or re-arranging walks. For everyone in the Tilehurst, Burghfield or Mortimer areas you can email or phone and leave a message on 0118 3 100 500, our office hours are 8am - 6pm.

Morning walks

Our weekend walks are proving to be very popular and spaces have been filling up fast but did you know we also offer morning walks? If you struggle to fit in a walk before you have to dash to work, why not get us in to help? We can get your dog out for a good stretch early in the morning which can help to keep them nice and relaxed, giving you chance to prepare for your day. Email us to arrange a morning walk.

Dog towels

The sunshine has been making a wonderful appearance, but please don't forget to leave a towel out for the walks. Many dogs can sniff out mud at 100 paces or find something stinky to roll in, even on the warmest of days.

Show dates

We will be at two Summer shows this year and would love for you to pop along. The shows are a fantastic chance for us to spend time sharing stories about what your dogs get up to. Why not bring your dogs along with you so they can all meet up?
Saturday 7th June
Saturday 5th July


Congratulations to Kathryn and a grinning Dexter who won our smiling dog Facebook competition and free tickets to the All About Dogs show. Keep an eye out on our Facebook page for future competitions.

Did you know?

Did you know that dogs can see in colour, rather than black and white? Dogs have colour-blindness which means they have a limited spectrum of colours they can see so cannot see reds and greens as we do.

Source: agilitynet.co.uk
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