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Posted on 28th April, 2014

Source: Irish Pet News posted 31st Mar 2014 In a major step for animal welfare legislation in Ireland, Minister Simon Coveney has announced that an animal welfare conference is to be held on May 16th in Dublin Castle. The conference will deal with a range of different topics as well as the new Animal Health [...]

Posted on 28th April, 2014

Source: Irish Pet News posted 26th March 2014 A Derry cancer survivor is set to sail around Ireland with his fateful canine chum, Toby. This expedition will take place in memory of his late friend, John Stewart and he hopes to raise a lot of money for Macmillan Cancer Care. The brave duo [...]

Posted on 28th April, 2014

Source: Irish Pet News posted on 28th April 2014 Hundreds of people and their dogs congregated in Belfast city yesterday to protest against animal cruelty. New animal welfare support group Northern Ireland Says No To Animal Cruelty is demanding a dedicated PPNI unit to tackle crimes against animals. Recently an East Belfast family walked free after a [...]

Posted on 22nd March, 2014

The Hungry Horse Outside, an Equine Rescue Centre based in Co Longford, is pleased to announce they are pursuing a pilot castration, microchip and passport scheme. Offer is currently exclusive to Longford / Leitrim / Roscommon area. The scheme will be in place from March 2014 to May 2014, it will be available to those who own [...]

Posted on 29th January, 2014

Posted on 27th January, 2014

PAULINE O’BRIEN is the Animal Grooming Teacher in DFEi Dun Laoghaire Further Education Institute.¬† She has her own grooming business in Wicklow town and is also a qualified veterinary nurse. Pauline will be available on the day to give grooming advice. Small grooming needs such as skin, coat and nails may be addressed by Pauline on [...]

Posted on 26th January, 2014

Achieving optimal health and performance for your horse or pony is Sue’s aim. SUSAN ELLIOTT trained at McTimoney Chiropractic College and graduated in 2001. She uses a mixture of joint manipulation and soft tissue work to help your horse or pony achieve optimal performance and health. If you are experiencing any of the above issues, [...]

Posted on 26th January, 2014

SUSANNAH KINGSTON is a trained and qualified Animal Communication Practitioner (ACT2), a course involving examination and assessment by a veterinarian, animal behaviourist, animal welfare professional and animal trainer. Currently she is continuing to deepen her understanding and application of James French’s Trust Technique, a truly powerful combination of animal healing and communication, and in March [...]

Posted on 23rd January, 2014

The panel of experts and practitioners: Vets. ¬† Carmel Molloy, SueO’Doherty Farrier. ¬†Joe Tobin Equine Dentist. ¬† Marc Higgins Equine Physical Therapist. ¬† Sue Elliott Equine Nutrition. ¬†Finn O’Sullivan Equine Herbalist. ¬†Rachel Kelly Tellington TTouch Training. ¬†Theodora Sonnenberg New Additions! Animal Healer/Animal Communicator/Reiki Healer.¬† Susannah Kingston Dog Groomer.¬† Pauline O’Brien They will be happy to have a chat with you or do one-on-one evaluation/assessment consultation of [...]

Posted on 21st January, 2014

At 1-2pm on the 2nd of Feb, MARC HIGGINS BSc(Hons) EqDT BAEDT/BEVA/BVDA, talks ‘poor teeth, poor horse’ matters. 1. The Teeth: Design, Function 2. Common Problems: Sharp edges, Uneven wear, Pressure and pain, Hooks, Ramps, Ridges 3. Indications of Poor Teeth: Obvious signs, Riding difficulties, Wastage 4. Treatment and Equipment: Importance of regular maintenance and using fully qualified, trained [...]