Useful Dog Related Links
We hope you find these links to related websites useful. Please note Bark Busters are not responsible for the content of external websites.
Just for Dogs was founded in August 1997 by a handful of like-minded people who simply wanted to rescue and re-home abandoned dogs. Founder members agreed that they would not get into any politics, rules or regulations and therefore decided there would be no long list of committee members drawing up endless policies
Dog Walking, dog sitting, home boarding for dogs, cat sitting, small animal sitting, small animal boarding, property & pet sitting, pet taxi, small animal boarding
We cover a 15 mile radius of Kings Lynn and surrounding villages.
Plexidor Pet Doors are professionally engineered and manufactured from quality materials to be the very best: quiet, energy-efficient, completely secure, long-lasting and most importantly safe and easy for pets to use.
We believe no healthy dog should ever be destroyed and that every dog should have a chance to lead a happy and healthy life in a loving home. At any one time there are more than 1700 dogs of all shapes, sizes, ages and temperaments in our rehoming centres, looking for a new home. Here you can see some of the dogs that are now looking for a new home.
Durham Animal Feeds is DEFRA registered and therefore whether you are feeding a small pet dog or a kennel full of large working dogs, you can rest assured that through Durham Animal Feeds, you are feeding them Food As Nature Intended.
Adopt A Greyhound, a branch of the Retired Greyhound Trust is operated by a small group of volunteers from around the Merseyside and Manchester area. If you live outside this area don't worry, we are willing to travel anywhere to find the right home for our beautiful dogs.
Pups needing homes are a non-profit small home-run rescue based in East Sussex. We provide shelter to local unwanted dogs and puppies as well as aiding Irish sanctuaries and foster homes with their rehoming. We are dedicated to raising the awareness of the impact of legislation, neutering and in finding forever homes for our homeless dogs.
Our organisation is determined to right this massive wrong which has been inflicted on our pets. The information on this web site will show you the extent of the problem, the collusion between the pet food companies and the veterinary profession, and the refusal by the masters of the veterinary profession to even discuss the issue.
Back in the early 1990s Australian veterinarians Drs Tom Lonsdale, Breck Muir and Alan Bennett introduced a simple idea with profound global implications: Raw meaty bones promote pet health, human health, the human economy and natural environment. Nowadays Dr Lonsdale's inspirational articles, books, radio shows and TV segments help thousands of pets, pet owners and the wider community gain immense benefits.
You can benefit too and we hope that you will help spread the word - our pets and the planet depend on us.