Canwell ShowPosted on

Pawpounders will be attending the Canwell show on 9th August 2014 We will be on Stand 5 on Main Avenue Please come along and see us We shall also be selling Natural Instinct Dog Food as nature intended

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Mick HoltPosted on

Pawpounders is a fantastic place to leave my dog (Jessica) while I am at work, good advice from nick and his staff.

Tracey O’ConnorPosted on

Can I just say what a fantastic facility this is for any dog owner. Flynn is 10 months old and has been attending Pawpounders since he was 4 months old. The staff have been brilliant and attended to him appropriately through the months. I don’t know what we would have done without Pawpounders over the…

Sarah LunneyPosted on

To All the wonderful people at Paw Pounders, Heidi loves coming to you and running around with all the time. We came to Paw Pounders for the first time at the end of September, after we needed a safe and responsible place for Heidi to go when a friend from Holland was coming to visit…

couldn’t be happierPosted on

Our dog, Pippin, was a very hyperactive puppy. We had a lot of minor problems with him, such as picking things up and never being calm. He would also growl and snap at the car. Pawpounders helped us very much with a very easy directions with his food and diet. Since we have been taking…

Zoe StairmandPosted on

I own a 3 year old male Cocker Spaniel called Arthur. Who at 1 years old developed aggressive tendencies. Though slight at first, the gradually escalated, unit it became very stressful to take him out of the house. He approached every dog that he met as a challenge to his superiority, and would snarl and…

Diane GreenPosted on

Think ‘Bonnie and Clyde’. Think ‘the Kray Twins’. In other words, my dogs are not pushovers. When they’re out and about they have a wide ranging repertoire of vices. They bark ferociously at other dogs, and hurl themselves at anything small and furry. Their hobbies are hunting and fighting. So it was with joy mixed…