Tics, fleas, ticks and lice have been hating CSJ’s herbal supplement Billy No Mates! since its introduction in 2006, but customers and their dogs and cats love it!
This year’s mild winter weather has enabled tics and other pesky critters to thrive and already cause problems for dogs and cats … soBilly No Mates! has again been the ‘go to’ product for relief. Now available in tincture or dry form it’s an easy to use, effective and natural product composed of an aromatic combination of mint, seaweed, fenugreek, neem leaves and lemon balm and is simply added to the dog or cat’s food or treats.
For customers who’ve yet to discover it CSJ recommend that, “As Billy No Mates! is a natural product it can take up to 6 weeks to become totally effective so it’s a good idea to start using it straight away – and if owners suspect their dog or cat already has fleas they should consider using our Skinny Dip Shampoo and Skinny Spray first.”
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A big thank you to CSJ for sponsoring our Siberian husky club of Great Britain Dalby rally this weekend. Everything went really well , a very good entry of 50 teams, we had quite strong winds and it was very cold on Saturday and on Sunday we had rain for most of the day so it ended up being very muddy. Everybody thoroughly enjoyed themselves and the event went really well, dogs and mushers loved the kamikaze down hill. It was very muddy and we’ve got some awesome pictures of some muddy mushers and happy muddy dogs from the weekend.
Well done to all the winners and thank you for taking part. What a great event! Photos are courtesy of Eleanor Wilson of The Muddy Hill photography.
LYNDA WARD pet trade SOLUTIONS Press release – 9.2.22
The weekend of January 29-30 saw the 38th annual Aviemore Sled Dog Rally organised by the Siberian Husky Club of Great Britain.
CSJ Specialist Canine Feeds were again delighted to sponsor the event and to see again the many owners of these wonderful canine athletes who feed their specialist feed, herbs and treats.
Covid had forced the cancellation of the 2021 event and Race Organiser Pete Jones said about 2022: “The event was again a great success. It was good to see so many people come and watch the event, many travelling a long distance to do so.”
Dogs and owners had to cope with gale force winds on the first day, then frost on the second but everyone enjoyed the demanding 4.2 mile forest trail around Loch Morlich and through Glenmore Forest.
Colin Spalding and Suzanne Moore Spalding of Suco Sled Dogs were running their dogs Diamond and Granite in Bikejor and Scooter. Colin commented: “So proud of the girls who at 10 years old are still competitive at the highest level. A huge thank you to CSJ for their amazing support of our teams.”
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Last month I wrote about why reading is important to me and how I set a goal that developed my reading habit.
I haven’t always been an avid reader
It was my interest in sports psychology that increased my reading. For some people reading is relaxation, for others it’s therapeutic, and for others, reading is seen as a time-consuming activity that’s hard to fit into busy lives. For me, reading is educational. I enjoy learning, exploring and researching. We need a good reason to read, and a willingness to commit the time.
We’re lucky to have access to books through ebooks, Audiobooks, online resources and of course good old print. I use all types…but still prefer paper.
There are some fantastic apps for people who are short of time to read
My favourite is Blinkist (other similar apps are available). This app enables you to read a book in 15 minutes…well you get an extremely good overview of the book, the highlights, learning points etc. in short ‘blinks’. I aim to read a Blinkist book a day. Because it’s an app, you can easily save them for future reference.
So rather than setting yourself a huge goal of reading a lot of books in a year, aim to read for 15 minutes a day.