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How to groom your dog at home

Posted on 24th June 2022 by Green Lane Farm Team

We all want our dogs to look their best. However, with the cost of living crisis making it harder for more and more of us to make ends meet, making use of a professional dog groomer can seem like something of an extravagance that fewer of us can afford these... Continue reading →

Understanding Dogs’ Body Language

Posted on 13th April 2022 by Green Lane Farm Team

‘If only he/she could talk’ has been the cry of many a worried pet owner down the years, as they try to understand their animal’s latest bout of unusual behaviour, slightly different way of looking at them or seemingly depressed mood. Of course, dogs don’t feel things in any way... Continue reading →

Pet Care at Green Lane Farm Boarding Kennels

Posted on 18th March 2022 by Green Lane Farm Team

Here at Green Lane Farm, we like to think that we offer a whole lot more than your average boarding kennel. With over 50 years of accumulated experience in the business, we’ve learned a fair bit about what our customers – both human and non-human – want from us. This month, we’re... Continue reading →

Dog Walking for Beginners

Posted on 16th February 2022 by Green Lane Farm Team

Taking a dog for a walk sounds like such a straightforward thing, doesn’t it? First of all, it’s very rarely a problem encouraging most dogs to go out – they’re usually far more eager to go for a walk than we are! And then the mechanics involved are not exactly rocket... Continue reading →

How to Look After a Rabbit

Posted on 14th January 2022 by Green Lane Farm Team

Rabbits are popular pets, especially for families with small children, as they can usually be relied on to be docile and safe to be around – although you should never leave rabbit care completely in the hands of a young child. Rabbits may be docile, but they still have complex needs... Continue reading →

How to Tell if Your Cat Has Fleas

Posted on 17th December 2021 by Green Lane Farm Team

Every cat owner will tell you that (most) cats are nothing but a total joy to have around the home. They can be warm, affectionate, playful, funny and intelligent. And they also tend to be much more independent than dogs, so they’re not as demanding of your time and you... Continue reading →

Helping Your Pet Cope With Fireworks

Posted on 5th November 2021 by Green Lane Farm Team

As the weather turns colder and wetter and the days get shorter, there’s some compensation that some of our favourite festivals and holidays also happen at this time of year. First, we have Halloween, closely followed by Diwali and Bonfire Night, and after that it’s only a short wait before... Continue reading →

A Guide To New Cat Owners

Posted on 22nd October 2021 by Green Lane Farm Team

At some point, everyone who has a pet cat was doing it for the first time. It can be a scary thing – after all, you’re responsible for the health and wellbeing of a living creature with very particular needs and preferences.  There’s so much you can get out of sharing... Continue reading →

How to board an anxious dog

Posted on 28th September 2021 by Green Lane Farm Team

Like people, dogs come with a range of personalities and temperaments: playful, confident, sociable, nervous, skittish, friendly, territorial, aggressive...the list goes on. Most, however, regardless of personality, will establish a close bond with their owners and generally be at their happiest when they are with them.  For that reason, some... Continue reading →

How To Choose A Cattery Or Boarding Kennel

Posted on 26th August 2021 by Green Lane Farm Team

Those of us who have pets generally look upon them as one of the family. So, when it comes to finding a kennel or cattery to put them in while you’re away, you want to make sure that you’re sending them somewhere that is going to treat them in the... Continue reading →


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