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The services and level of care to clients pets which I provide is none less than what I would expect someone else to give to my own pets. Animals have always been my passion rather than a hobby, I have worked with animals all my life, in a vets, helped with racing greyhounds and boarding kennels. I have exhibited dogs, cats even poultry with great success and reward.

Over the years I have enjoyed and owned a variety of pets from rodents, reptiles and birds to poultry, cats and dogs, which has given me the knowledge and understanding in their behaviour and their everyday needs for a happy, healthy life.
I am always happy to help anyone with their pets, as I am to help an animal in need, this passion for helping animals in need nearly cost me my life, when I tried to save a lost dog running loose on a very busy road, I was hit by a car travelling in excess of 70 MPH resulting in 2 broken legs, various other lacerations to my whole body... It took many months and operations to get me back on my feet yet I don't regret my attempts to save a dog in distress.

I began my love for dogs at the tender age of 5. It was then I got my first dog, Mandy a Rough Collie and began competing at dog shows with her, I enjoyed showing dogs so much I have continued ever since.
In 1995 I then found my love for Golden Retrievers and got Megan, my foundation bitch and she started my 'Amberscade' kennel of golden retrievers. 
I have, over the years, owned many dogs, which I have exhibited at both open and championship shows and have also exhibited them at Crufts. Not only do I show my own dogs but I have also handled various other breeds at all levels with great success, I won 1st PG Dog and reserve best dog with an Australian Shepherd at Crufts 2004.

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