Some links you may find of interest!
Fascinating blog plus lots of info on hogs.
The latest exploits of my two assistant gardeners, Archie & Angel.
Regular blog to accompany the book.
Follow Adam as he trains to be a vet ...
BOOKS AND MAGAZINES
Lots of titles on all sorts of doggy subjects - have a browse on the website to see if there's anything which appeals:
You've seen the website - now buy the book! All the royalties from every copy sold will be donated towards supporting canine rescue and rehabilitation.
Nothing is more satisfying than sharing freshly picked veggies with your dog - Gardener's World expert (and Lakeland Terrier owner) Carol Klein shows you how.
TV gardener, writer and Labrador owner Christine Walkden's diary of a year in her garden.
Indispensable guide by Sarah Fisher to improving your dog's well-being and deepening the bond between you
More valuable advice from Sarah Fisher and Marie Miller to help you train your dog.
If you're having difficulties, look no further than this book by Sarah Fisher and Marie Miller which offers practical advice, training tips and solutions to problems.
Find out more about the Tellington-TTouch and how to use it on your dog from the person who started it all off - Linda Tellington Jones.
Essential guide to acquiring and caring for a dog.
A great selection of ideas from Christiane Blenski for ways to keep you and your dog entertained.
Britain's best selling dog magazine, packed with great features each month - there's also a busy and informative website.
If you fancy a little light reading while relaxing in the garden try visiting
the website to find books you might enjoy.
What Adam doesn't know about small animals as pets probably isn't worth knowing ... this is THE indispensable guide! It isn't cheap, but it is worth every penny.
Friendly, family run pet crematorium where, if you wish, you can also arrange for your own ashes to be scattered with those of your pet when the time comes.
Join with others around the world in the Monday evening Candle Ceremony to remember pets who have passed away.
PLACES TO VISIT
Many gardens around the country admit dogs - although always check first before setting off to make sure that policy hasn't changed.
Beautiful Edwardian estate in the Arts & Crafts style, lying in the heart of West Devon.
The first English garden for which a guidebook was published! Perfect for a picnic with your dog while enjoying the views after exploring the numerous follies.
Details of dog friendly gardens to visit around the country
Handy lists and details of plants accompanied by photographs to help you identify them.
One of the world's leading horticultural organisations, and the UK's leading garden garden charity - you'll find lots of useful advice and a handy plant finder on the website.
Wormeries - including dog poo specific ones
If you aren't able to offer a rescue dog a home, there are plenty of other ways in which you can help those still waiting for their forever family. Visit the following websites to find out more about their work and how you can make a difference.
Tellington TTouch is a wonderful way of working with your dog, or of simply enjoying a bit of chill-out time together which I can highly recommend. Find out more at the websites below:
Tellington TTouch UK
Tellington TTouch USA
Tellington TTouch Canada
Tellington TTouch South Africa
TOYS AND ACTIVITIES
Toys and brain teasing puzzle games
Collapsible pools for dogs
Working with wildlife in the garden benefits us all. Find out more at:
Canine Harmony Wales
Canine and equestrian cartoons and illustrations available as prints or commissions - visit
Cool to be Kind
Find out more at
Greetings cards for all occasions by Maddy - visit her website at
Off the Leash
Cartoons - now available as a book, calendar and blog - which all dog-owners will empathise with: find out more at