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Tim Kirby
Socialising your pup  during cocooning and social isolation/ distancing  During the current Corona virus pandemic it may be more difficult to socialise your new puppy. We are all advised to stay at  home or practice social distancing when outside and this can interfere with the correct socialisation of puppies. Whether you are the breeder or …
Tim Kirby
Tim Kirby
If you’ve recently found yourself at home more than ever before, with children for what seems like 24/7, and also spending 24/7 with a pet along with new internet calls for work, juggling other life balances then…….you’re not on your own! Let’s face it, there are new demands on us all right now, so what …
Tim Kirby
Tim Kirby
The IKC wishes to keep its members  and the general dog owning public up to date with how the current current Corona virus pandemic may affect your dog . The positive  physical and mental health impact of owning a dog is well known. The release of endorphins and oxytocin as a result of petting or …
Tim Kirby
  Whats best about this breed? Extremely loyal and good around children of all ages Highly adaptable, will happily live in an apartment or house providing they are given enough exercise Confident, easy-going dogs that seldom bark Not too demanding on the exercise front Has an easy maintenance coat Points to Consider Are prone to …
Tim Kirby
Tim Kirby
The growing number of people who own dogs in Ireland that live to a ripe old age, makes it abundantly clear that owning a dog isn’t among the greatest of dangers or risks that you might knowingly let yourself in for! In reality owning a dog can be hugely beneficial for you, both physically and …
Tim Kirby
Louise spoke to Tim Kirby on World Pet Day
Tim Kirby
Tim Kirby
Years ago I had a rescue labrador red setter cross called Jake he was huge , full of energy , he pretty much disliked all men, but was manageable to a degree, we were a bonded couple …….. but that all changed when Prince came Into our lives Prince was beautiful a mostly white and …
Tim Kirby
As much as we all enjoy seeing out native wildlife in gardens and parks, they may not always be the innocuous neighbours we have come to love – and can bring some dangerous diseases with them. Many animals have the potential to be a source of disease for other, unrelated species, including us humans. Such …

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