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ALL THE LATEST NEWS, VIEWS AND STORIES FROM AROUND YOUR LOCAL AREA:DECEMBER/JANUARY


500X FIAT FESTIVAL OF SEASONAL 50 a a 500


Ken Beattie&Son Building Contractors


•Extensions & Renovations •Property Maintenance •Plastering •Tiling •Drainage •Roofing T. 01697 322421 M. 07710 633 215 1 Queen St. Aspatria, Wigton CA7 3AS Over 25 Years Experience


HAIR OF THE DOG GROOMING PARLOUR


Beth Thompson 01900 816368 07729 434 948 www.hairofthedogcumbria.com


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SURPRISES 0% APR*


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You'll be amazed at how much you can save this autumn on a Fiat 500, 500X, 500L or a Fiat 124 Spider. Now all with 0% APR.


KESWICK MOTOR COMPANY LAKE ROAD GARAGE, KESWICK, CUMBRIA CA12 5BX


tests for comparative purposes and may not reflect real driving results. *Offer available on Fiat 500, 500L MY18, 500X MY17 & 124 Spider. PCP sales until 31/12/17. Deposit, Optional Final Payment & Mileage vary depending on version. 37 months. Subject to status. T&Cs apply. Fiat Financial Services. We work with a number of creditors including Fiat Financial Services.


Fuel consumption figures for the Fiat range in mpg (l/100km): Urban 29.7 (9.5) – 68.9 (4.1); Extra Urban 46.3 (6.1) – 97.4 (2.9); Combined 38.2 (7.4) – 83.1 (3.4). CO2


TEL: 017687 72064 WWW.KESWICKMOTORCOMPANY.CO.UK emissions 171 – 88 g/km. Fuel consumption and CO2


figures based on standard EU


Although everyone will still be in the throes of Christmas when you are reading this, it won’t be long until thoughts are turned towards the New Year and the inevitable resolutions that we all tend to make, with all good intentions of sticking to them.


Your dogs could possibly benefit from a new health and fitness routine, some ideas to think about:


Grooming - one of the most important things is to groom your pet regularly, it not only removes excess coat reducing the amount on your furniture and clothes but is also important for breeds such as Shih Tzus, Lhasas, all doodle breeds etc. to stop their coats getting matted which is uncomfortable for them.


Food - always measure their food, just slightly more than needed can add pounds over time. Remember, older dogs often don’t need as much food as a young active dog, use the guidelines on the back of the pack of food.


Activities - Try a new activity with your dog, such as agility or flyball. A relatively new sport to hit this country is Canicross and living so close to the Lake District make time to explore our beautiful


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FLOYD’S DOG GROOMING area, it’s a great way to bond with your dog.


Health - make sure your dogs are up-to-date with their vaccinations and flea and worming treatments.


Identity - make sure your dog ID is up-to- date, people move, get new telephone numbers and forget to update tags and microchip information. It’s the best way to ensure that a lost pet finds its way home.


Rescue - if you are considering getting another dog to add to your family have you considered adopting a rescue dog? There are so many dogs looking for homes in the rescue centres, just think what a difference you could make to a dog’s life by adopting them and giving them another chance in life.


Lexa Ray Floyd’s Dog Grooming


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