Janetta Harvey Author, Blogger and Campaigner

Pup Crawl Anyone?

As Britain and France resurface from lockdown, families, friends and colleagues are resuming meeting up for drinks and meals. Café culture is embedded in French society, dating back to at least the seventeenth century....

What we do is what we are doing

Late spring and we’re walking a familiar path with the dogs. The sun’s warm but a nippy wind keeps us from lingering. Albert Claude is hurtling along up ahead, nose to the ground. Hard...

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Rewriting The Story

After Susie-Belle died in 2015 I received a beautiful portrait of her as a gift. I found it deeply moving. Not only the generosity of someone I had never met, but the thoughtfulness the...

With Hope For Teddy

Rescue work is gruelling. It’s expensive to do the right thing. Rescues rely on the generosity of people, most of whom who will never meet the dogs whose lives they help to save.

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Cute and Fluffy? Try Dead and Dirty

It would be a peculiar person that tried to argue that puppies are not adorable, cute and fluffy. Thousands of pets for sale adverts flooding the internet show that pictures of puppies rarely fail...

Grief, not unlike love

“Unable are the loved to die. For love is immortality. Emily Dickinson When Susie-Belle died, a dog newly saved from a puppy farm was adopted in her memory. A couple of days later, Camilla...