This weekend the clocks go back an hour to signal the end of British Summer Time (BST). You will likely notice a change in your dog's coat around this time but may not link the two things together. Surprisingly, although just a 60 minute change it can have an effect.
With the winter months bringing harsh snowy weather, wrapping up to go on a dog walk is essential. Lots of layers; boots, gloves and hats for us so we can play with our dogs in the snow. What a joy and a great opportunity to capture some idyllic photographs but most importantly we need to make sure we protect our dogs from these harsh elements as well. Whether you walk your dog in town or the countryside their paws need protection.
Standing is a natural position for humans but working in the standing position for prolonged periods is not beneficial to your health. It causes painful feet, swollen legs, muscle fatigue and cramps, as well as lower back pain, neck and shoulder stiffness; all making a busy day grooming hard work for our bodies.
So how do we make sure we keep ourselves fit enough to keep our customers happy and enjoy Christmas?