Christmas is a busy time of year, but it is also a time when people want to spoil those closest to them, including four leggeds. Offering a selection of seasonal treatments to your clients is a sure way to up your business during the festive season, and is a particularly good way to encourage new customers through your doors.
With the festive season now on the horizon, you might be planning a Christmas getaway, either to a winter wonderland or perhaps a break to the sun. A key undertaking when preparing for some time away is to arrange suitable care for your pets, to ensure they are safe and happy while you are apart.
There are a variety of quick and simple ways for dog groomers to boost sales during the Christmas season. A little well planned Christmas prep, combined with a good service can leave a lasting impression, and have customers returning long into the New Year.
Our pets are a part of the family, and many of them will be joining us for Christmas dinner. This is an ideal recipe to use up left-overs after Christmas dinner, and is a great way to involve your dog in the festivities. This recipe will make a large terrine big enough for approximately six meals for a medium sized dog. You can easily adjust the measurements accordingly depending on how many leftovers you have.
This recipe is easy and fun to make, and horses absolutely love it. You can easily tailor this recipe to suit taste and dietary requirements. You could substitute the carrots with parsnips, squash or beetroot should you so choose, for example. Just ensure that you avoid ingredients such as chestnuts, raw potatoes or cocoa, or any other ingredients that are dangerous to equines.
Christmas is in the air, and baking these tasty dog biscuits is a great way to involve your pet in the festivities. They contain seasonal cinnamon, apple and cranberry, which are all tasty and safe for dogs to eat. These biscuits would make for a thoughtful present for any dog-owning friends, and could also be used for dog training.