We have designed this website to
provide information. We are not so interested in slide shows,
although we do have one in the Fun section.
We are not so
interested in special effects, bangs and whistles or slick
transitions. They don't do much to inform and can be
We do like pictures of dogs so there are a lot
on the site, some illustrating the information and others
illustrating pages - like above.
You will not find pictures
of dogs waiting to be re-homed. We don't work like that. The
dogs we show have been rehomed. Happy Dogs!
It is a fairly
simple site because we run it ourselves instead of paying
someone else to run it for us. There are no cookies, no
analytics, no intrusive technology. No third party cookies
unless you click on a YouTube video we host. No social media and
no-one tracking you here.
We hope you find the site useful.
If you have found difficulty in understanding the navigation
scroll down and more will be revealed.
Thank you for
visiting. Our best wishes to you and your dogs.
Privacy Statement, Personal Data and Cookies
Website - Design and Management credits.
Website map - Articles and Pages - Location and link page
Information about how to navigate around
currently updating this website. It is large with over 600 pages and
will take us a while. On some pages the navigation strip and page
colour code mentioned below will not be as complete as it will be
when we have finished.
Updated pages are all the same width on screen. Those we have yet to
update vary in width.
Our website is divided into sections like 'Breed Profile' - 'Breed
Advice' - 'Dogs in Care' etc.
The main sections are available on each page in the blue box at the
top of the page.
There are other sections which can be found through links on the
home page and on the main pages of the main sections.
Each section contains links to other pages relevant to the subject
of the section. These are often in menus on the side of the page.
has a main page and also has its own unique colour (this section is
Gold) in the boxes and footers
of each page within it.
There may be many pages in a section. These may branch off the main
page or a subsection of the main page.
Imagine each section to be an upside down tree where the main trunk
branches out and the branches separate into smaller branches.
The blue box is always at the top of any page you are viewing unless that
page has been designed to be viewed in a separate window to the main
website. These 'stand alone' pages open in a new window that you should close when
you have finished with them.
Under the blue box is a navigation strip that indicates where
you are in a particular section of the site and shows a
'breadcrumb' trail of how you got there and links to take you
back through the path you followed . It always has a link back to the home page.
The navigation strip and the side menus are designed to
always stay on
the screen as the page is scrolled up or down so they are always
available. Menus and navigations trips both contains a link to jump back to the top of the page.
The navigation strip is designed to stay at the top of the screen.
There is one on this page.
enabled on your computer.
If not they will move up as you scroll the page down and disappear
off the top of the screen. They will reappear if you scroll up.
Some of the other functions of the site rely on Java but if you don't
have it enabled you will still be able to access all the pages.
Some pages are cross linked
to pages in another section. These normally have links to get you
back to the original page.
Some pages are connected in a sequence which can be followed by using a 'next in sequence' link or following a
'trail' indicated by a symbol you will find on the page. These
trails may take you in a circuit around different sections of the
site, linking pages that have relevance to a particular subject. If
you follow them you will always get back to the page you started
If you get lost you will always have the blue box at the top of the
page to get back to a section you want to or to find our home page.
We hope you enjoy this website. Please contact us of you have any
problems or if you enjoy the experience
The website map page may provided you with a link that will take you directly to something you
are looking for.
It contains links to all sections and some of the most relevant pages within them.