Yesterday involved a whole lot of anxiety searching for one of our Jack Russells. The pair of them had done a runner in the morning, nothing particularly unusual but at about 11 am only one of them had come home. The rest of the day was spent searching and calling and getting increasingly anxious. By 6pm I had posted up his details on a truly wonderful site devoted to highlighting lost/found dogs. Started by a lady who had lost her own dog, last year these wonderful people managed to help reunite 15,000 dogs with their owners. They offer the most amazing service, you can post up details, provide a photo and anyone can then post details of sightings etc. Fortunately for us, Bertie had been found near the main road and had been scooped up by the Forest of Dean Dog Warden. We found him none the worse for wear at the Pound, paid our £32.50 and took him home, all of us mightily relieved.
I can’t recommend the DogLost website enough, a really great example of the benefits of the world wide web: www.doglost.co.uk
White Cloud is offering a £100 Voucher in time for Valentine’s Day with Daisy Green online magazine- just click on this link, register to enter and keep your fingers crossed. “Simples” as they say on the meerkat ad. http://www.daisygreenmagazine.co.uk/category/goodies/
We will be off to The Spring Fair in Birmingham next week- amongst other things to meet the suppliers of the sheep soaps and we have decided to introduce some little black sheep soaps, quirky but fun and I have a hunch that they will be popular. Watch this space as they say …