Greetings. Mad dog and human companion joining the discussions!

Salutations my fellow forumites.

I thought it high time that I join the forums as I use the website as a benchmark for rating foods, offering advice and seeing as I enjoy instilling my wisdom, advice and personal views, isn’t this the best place to do so?

If you don’t mind I’d like to tell you a little about my dog and I.

Maja is a staffordshire bull terrier that I rescued from the local animal shelter. She’s the sweetest little thing. Very playful, loves other dogs, people, kids especially and utterly mad. I got her at eight months old and initially had no idea what I was in for! However, I enjoy every moment we spend together and everything I do is dog related in some way or another. I am literally barking mad about dogs.

We spend most of our time out and about, going on long walks, meeting people having a chat, doing training be it in classes or one to one, helping rehabilitate dogs that are dog aggressive and I spend the rest of my time cooking up delicious concoctions for her to try (she’s not fussy so not the best judge I suppose!) constantly thinking of ways to improve her lifestyle and diet and lastly but not least, I’ve ventured into the pet food market and am a reseller of dog foods. However, I specialise in only the best. It has to be hypoallergenic, grain free and of the highest quality, otherwise I don’t stock it! I don’t even stock products that contain rice or oats.

Feel free to ask me about what I sell or if you need any help and advice regarding your beloved dog, I will try my best to answer and if not, I’ll point you in the direction of someone who can!

Thanks guys.

Rob & Maja!

Hello and welcome to the forum. It sounds like your Staffordshire bull terrier brings you lots of joy. It must be rewarding to work with dogs who are reactive. My own terrier can be fear reactive with other dogs but has much improved over time.

Hello and welcome to the forum. Well done for rescuing your Stafford. It sounds like she has really fallen on her paws in her new home. It’s good that you take an interest in canine nutrition and that you are spreading the word about the importance of a good diet for our furry friends.