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Your Dog Advent Calendar 2014

Day 22 - Win a silver charm of your dog's paw print!

Your Dog Advent Calendar Day 22

At Silver Pet Prints they understand that your pet holds a very special place in your heart and home, and their jewellery celebrates your special relationship with your much loved pet.

And today, we have a fine silver paw print charm, on a Pandora style dangle to give away worth £70!

Each handcrafted and unique piece of jewellery Silver Pet Prints make is handcrafted, to capture YOUR pet's unique print in fine silver, so they are always by your side.

Their beautiful pieces of jewellery showcase your pets paw print on the front, and their name on the back, to create a truly unique keepsake that you can treasure forever.

Finished with high quality sterling silver fittings, you can choose from a selection of keyrings, cufflinks, pendants, bracelets, and charms.

To create your own keepsake of your loyal furry friend, visit the Silver Pet Prints website, and find them on Facebook and Twitter.

Please note - the charm will not be ready for Christmas, but will be with you in early 2015!

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Assuming all is well with your dog’s diet and the coat is well groomed, I would suggest a bath with a good quality dog shampoo, explains groomer Diana North.

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How long will my dog's lameness last?

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How important is it to condition your dog’s coat?

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Why has my dog's coat changed colour?

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