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Doggie Daycare Galway was established at the beginning of 2013 by Howard Haynes. Howard is a certified dog trainer with years of experience training dogs, and uses only positive (non aversive) reward based training methods.
City Hall has responded to criticism of its management of the Ballybane dog pound saying it is “well maintained” with care taken to ensure the comfort and welfare of dogs held there.
The disturbance to neighbours due to dogs being bred and kept in kennels led to Judge Mary Devins making an order at Ballina District Court this week which permits only two dogs to be kept in the residence.
Neighbours of a residence where dogs are bred and kept in kennels are bringing action against the owner of the home and also against the person who is breeding the dogs.
As the only independently run pet shop in Athlone, Paws Pet Centre has been open sine 1993 and is 100 per cent local, so can offer its customers the best variety and value on all pet products.
Throughout his career in the Garda Síochána, Westport man Pat Cox nurtured an ambition that he would one day return to his native place and set up an ultra-modern canine complex which would include boarding kennels and gundog training facilities.
Four-legged friends can enjoy their own luxury break while you’re on holiday and a professsional grooming service at any time with Woofs and Wags, a service based in Belclare.
Judge Mary Devins adjourned sentencing on a Clare man who stole a dog kennel while in Castlebar visiting relations in Castlebar this week. Thomas McDonnagh, 28 Cluain Aoibhainn, Shannon, Co Clare pleaded guilty to the charge in court, but Judge Devins adjourned sentencing until the probation service in Mayo could liaise with their counter-parts in Clare on McDonnagh, who is facing a number of charges there this week also.
The Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ISPCA) has called on pet owners to be particularly vigilant of their animals during the current cold snap to avoid cases of unnecessary suffering. The ISPCA has witnessed many cases of neglect and cruelty in recent weeks due to the adverse weather conditions and it is offering advice to people to ensure animals are not placed at risk.