Based in Thornton, Fife, Second Chance Kennels are a small charity
that rehomes dogs from across Fife and Central Scotland. Over 3,000 of
our canine friends have been rehomed so far and counting. I can
thoroughly recommend them as that is where I found my best buddy, Snuggy
the Wonder Dog :-)
thought of rehoming a Greyhound? Well thousands of greyhounds need
rehoming every year some as young as 2 years old when their racing days
are over. They are lovely gentle dogs and you would be in good company,
J K Rowling got her dog here. Greyhound Rescue Fife is based near
Owner Irene was a self employed beauty therapist for 27 years and decided that it
was time for a change. Having been a dog owner for most of her adult life she wanted to be more involved with dogs on a daily basis. Dog grooming
was the perfect choice. Irene comes to you in her fully kitted out van. You don't have to worry about taking your dog away from its home environment or any mess.
Oakley nr Dunfermline, Petanna will deliver free to your door. They
supply all the major brands and will take special requests. A great
service from a local business.
a day out in the big bad city but don't want to leave your pet pooch
behind. Then Just Dogs in Stockbridge, Edinburgh is well worth a
visit. As the name says they cater for everything doggy related and
poochy will appreciate the toys and treats. Why not follow your retail
therapy with lunch at one of the many dog friendly hostelries in the
area and a wee dauner round Inverleithen Park. Well worth a trip over
K9active is another
local Dunfermline business specialising in hitech gear for your active
pooch. Snuggy's friend Rio, the chocolate lab, highly recommends their
weather proof jackets and very smart she looks in it too. I have just
spotted a doggy rucksack on their web-site - so Snuggy you might be
carrying your own treats and water supply on our next outing :-) LOL
Alpha Dog Training is based in Fife, Scotland. They have been in business since 1998, when their Instructor Debbie Blyth
qualified with the British Institute of Professional Dog Trainers. Their dog training classes incorporate the Kennel Club’s “Good Citizen Dog Scheme” at the Bronze
& Gold levels. Places are limited so contact Debbie asap.
Snuggy and I love this site. Many a day out has been inspired by information from DugsnPubs pointing us to a dug friendly pub or cafe. The site has grown over the last year to cover dug friendly watering holes all over Scotland and beyond. Enjoy!
Celebrate 10 years of the Fife Coastal Path by making it your next day out! Snuggy and I have walked 55 miles of it and are making plans to walk the rest. The Fife Coastal Path runs from the
Forth Estuary in the south, to the Tay Estuary in the north and
stretches for 117 miles. The path is clearly waymarked and offers
a range of walking experiences from the easy and level, to the wild
and demanding. Whether done in bit sized chunks or as a long distance
route there is definitely something for everyone.
Are you looking for an original gift for a dog loving friend or just a wee treat for yourself. Wee Windows another local Dunfermline business can create an original piece of stainglass depicting your favourite doggy friend(s). You just need to provide a photo and they do the rest:-)