27th November 2017

Moley

We bought a box of Ricky Litchfield Good Dog Treats for our fussy darling 10 year daschund Moley. Now you must understand that Moley in all of his 10 years has refused to eat any sort of biscuit.  I handed him the first one and he ate it slowly after that he managed to get about 6 more from me and was begging for more! Never happened before. Moley says thank you for a very yummy product which is also good for him!
27th November 2017

Shakespeare

Infla-Active Capsules Shakespeare my beloved pig just turned 5 years old on the 16th. He has been noticeably unwell since the end of last year and gradually a lump was beginning to form on his left jowl and has been growing steadily since. He has been monitored by his vet during the course of this year and the treatment has been by process of elimination and various hard core drugs with serious side effects. He responded to none of the medication and the lump became larger still. Shakespeare had a biopsy in July and the morphological diagnosis revealed that he has local malignant lesions which do not show metastatic spreading but may reveal extensive local infiltration and excision is almost impossible. Simply put: as the tumour grows it will infiltrate the muscle and paralyse his neck. He is now being treated with Ricky Litchfield Anti-Inflammatory capsules 2 x twice per day and the dog treats which he loves! Shakespeare is no longer depressed or showing signs of being unwell and the swelling around the tumour has actually decreased and he allows me to touch the area for the first time. He will be on the anti-inflammatory for the rest of his life as there is no possibility of surgery. I am comforted by the fact that these capsules by reducing the swelling will extend his life and because they are natural there are no side effects. Thank you again Maureen
3rd October 2017

Meet real life hero Ricky

In 1947 a brave little dog called Ricky was awarded the Dickin Medal for bravery – one of the first of now 26 dogs to receive this prestigious award. Food shortages in 1941 forced Ricky’s owner to offer his services to the army. This is actually how Ricky’s army career started. He was accepted, passed his tests with flying colours and was drafted into the British Army “sapper” division concerned with mine detection and removal. Ricky and his handler, Maurice Yielding, were wounded by an exploding mine and the dog led his way back through the minefield and led medics to his wounded handler. Ricky’s keen nose succeeded when minesweepers failed to detect landmines housed in Perspex! It is this sort of commitment that has solicited our response towards keeping pets safe and healthy. Completely natural, Buchu is the unsung hero of the Cape Kingdom promise to keep your pet healthy – the natural way.
3rd October 2017

Meet real life hero Appollo

Appollo is another real-life hero, a German Shepherd who became a national canine hero after searching and rescuing survivors at the World Trade Centre. Appollo and his handler, Peter Davies, arrived at the site 15 minutes after the attack, the first search and rescue dog to arrive after the collapse of the World Trade Centre. Appollo was almost killed by flames and falling debris but survived, having being drenched after falling into a pool of water just prior to this incident. He continued working, undaunted, and received the Dickin Medal on behalf of all the search and rescue dogs involved that day. It is their commitment to us that has solicited our response towards keeping pets safe and healthy. Completely natural, Buchu is the unsung hero of the Cape Kingdom promise to keep your pet healthy – the natural way.
3rd October 2017

Meet real life hero Treo

Treo, a Black Labrador served for 5 years in Afghanistan. His keen sense of smell found what experts call a “daisy chain” – a series of explosives linked together and primed to go off at the same time. Thanks to Treo, the Taliban’s plots to slaughter hundreds of soldiers and civilians were foiled on numerous occasions. Treo, now retired and a family pet, received the Dickin Medal (the animal equivalent to the Victoria Cross) in February 2010 at a ceremony at the Imperial War Museum. It is their commitment to us that has solicited our response towards keeping pets safe and healthy. Completely natural, Buchu is the unsung hero of the Cape Kingdom promise to keep your pet healthy – the natural way.