Hello one and all! Ben, Lucy & Kylie and servants here sending you Christmas greetings!
It's been a very busy 2016 for all of us here at Care & Walk Pet Services The servants have walked many miles with many dogs but we're happy to report that they always, without fail, ensure we are as well looked after as ever and have our quality walks too.
Next year promises to be busier still as Care & Walk Pet Services will be licenced to offer home boarding from January 2017 so we'll be welcoming other four legged friends into our home and sharing it with them while their owners are away.
The highlight of Ben's year has been reaching the grand old age of 10 in October. He's now 70 in doggy years which means he can use the Pet Minicab for free whenever he wants to (a sort of bus pass for OAP's only in this case it's for dogs over 10!)
The highlight of Lucy's year has been the trips she's had, in particular to the seaside. Lucy loves being near the sea and doesn't need much of an excuse to jump in the back of the pet minicab for a day out!
The highlight of Kylie's year has been getting first refusal whenever any home baking is happening in the house (like right now!) Kylie's nose is shaped in such a way that it always ends up first in the queue even if she is standing behind Ben and Lucy!
We're looking forward to a Merry Christmas involving lots of nice treats off the servants, and our 'granny', who always spoils us at this time of year. There will be more home made biscuits coming as well so it's really important we get plenty of walks over Christmas so that we don't pile on the pounds!
This is our last blog of 2016 and Gladstone, our new PA will be glad to have a few weeks off as he's worked very hard since joining us in November.
We hope you all have a very happy Christmas! If you have pets, give them an extra hug from us. We look forward to chatting with you all in 2017!
Best wishes, Ben, Lucy, Kylie and servants Andy & Justine.
Kylie & Lucy
We are occasionally lively greyhounds who live with two human servants. Sadly our house- mate Ben crossed the Rainbow Bridge on 23/09/18, just a few hours after writing his final blog. We miss him so much but we know he's running free and no longer in pain.