It's the start of the Royal Norfolk Show tomorrow and it looks like it will be hot again this year.
The show, of course, is all about animals (although it has now become THE place to be seen by all manner of Norfolk businesses) but what about our four legged friends who visit the show with their owners?
This year there is an innovative solution - a creche for dogs!
It means that the dogs can have a rest whilst their owners browse the sections of the show which do not allow dogs, such as the food Hall.
I'm sure the dogs will be glad of a rest and a drink in this heat.
It's great to have an event where owners can bring their dogs but if you're going somewhere where dogs aren't allowed, or you're going on holiday, then you need a good kennel.
And if you don't know what kennels or (if you are a cat owner) catteries to use (and of course you only want the best for your pet) then what better way to find one than by recommendation. Take, Orchard Boarding Kennels, for example, near Diss - a small caring boarding kennel - one of their customers wrote:
"We have tried many holiday arrangements for our dogs - other kennels, people staying in our home and home boarding. This is the first one we have really felt comfortable with. All th kennels seem to be a decent size and clean and comfortable. Our dogs seem very happy when they arrive here, including our elderly and nervous dog, who hated all the previous arrangements we made for her. When our other dog had medical problems while in kennels, she was taken to the vet and very well looked after. The staff appear genuinely to care for our animals and we have no qualms about leaving them here. The dogs seem to think it is a dog hotel with room service."
Similarly, if you are a cat owner, Cosy Catz is the "Hilton" of catteries in Norwich, with heated chalets, private gardens and lots of cuddles.
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