Friends Of FFH
Friends Of FFH
Here are some of the people that help and work with us.
Please take a moment to have a look at their website too and see if they can help you?
CARE AND COMPARE
CareandCompare.com is a price comparison site with a difference – we give 25% of profits to charity. For all types of vehicle, business, leisure and personal insurances such as health, home, and life, consumers can find great value deals and policies from our panels of well-known and trusted top UK insurance providers. Searching is quick, easy and free, and we can help consumers save money on the insurance products they need. Unlike most other price comparison websites, we are 100% independent – not owned by or affiliated to any insurance company. We link to the impartial and extensive comparison service provided by SEOPA Ltd which deals with millions of quotes per annum.
Our motto is ‘YOU Save, WE give’.
The more people who use CareandCompare.com to obtain quotations and policies, the more money we can give to charity. And until the end of November, Finding Furever Homes is our choice of charity to receive our 25% profits donation!
Please check us out, and spread the word about us in any way you can, as a way of supporting Finding Furever Homes.
Based in Powys, Emma Stoker is a highly qualified, experienced and caring trainer and behaviourist and works with the FFH Team on an ongoing basis to help us help dogs that need it. Emma has a Degree in Canine Behaviour and Training, is a member of the Kennel Club Accredited Instructors Scheme (KCAI) and a member of the Force Free Pet Professional Guild. She is also an Agility Club Accredited Instructor, a Kennel Club Rally Obedience Judge and on the committee of Newtown Canine Society – as you can see a well qualified and highly respected professional.
At FFH we put as much effort into post adoption as we do pre, ensuring that all the new families who adopt from us have always got someone to turn to for any advice, questions or concerns.
Emma is available at the end of the phone or via email to all of our adopters, and she also carries out assessments at kennels and devises appropriate behavioural modification plans where necessary. Emma works alongside our vet if there are cases that need a joint approach. We value her support and expertise very much so please don’t book her up or we won’t get the time we need! Well, OK, here is her website www.dogtrainingmidwales.co.uk
Chew and Chase
Chew and Chase specialise in durable dog toys and accessories for the active woofer.
The ultimate in comfortable, stylish and secure collars, leads and harnesses.
Balls, Zoom Flyers, toys that whistle and bounce like crazy…our super tough chase toys are tonnes of fun.
Interactive – keep active minds and tails busy. They are good friends of ours and have attended our events in the past.
Please visit www.chewandchase.com
Bolton and Chorley’s Premier Dog Training School
At Dog Diplomacy we are first and foremost Dog Trainers.
We promote a healthy learning environment for your dog(s) with a real understanding of how positive, desirable behaviours are created and more importantly, how undesirable behaviours are avoided or removed.
Please visit www.dogdiplomacy.co.uk
CIC Solutions are a full service advertising and web design agency based in Chorley, Lancashire and have done a fantastic new job on our website, saving us a huge amount of money too which has meant we still had funds to take care of the dogs during the winter months. The team have been very supportive and kind to us, helping us to put together our new website so that we can promote the dogs in a more professional way, and raise funds by selling items through our online shop. What Billy doesn’t now know about rescue dogs isn’t worth knowing and how he has had the patience to deal with Andrea during the whole project, dog only knows! She isn’t exactly the most tech-savvy of folk! Please give them a huge round of applause for their kind support and see if they might be of service to you for your online needs? www.cicsolutions.co.uk This is the CIC team with their rescue dog Debbie – isn’t she fabulous? Needless to say she keeps them all in check;-)