1. Itchy skin condition in dogs

    Itchy skin condition in dogs An itchy skin condition is a common cause of discomfort for dogs during winter. The combination of cold temperatures and dry indoor heating can affect your dog’s ability to regulate a normal balance of skin oils and bacteria. This can result in itchy, dry and flaky skin. Unless there is an underlying medical condition, flaky dry skin is essentially dandruff. This becomes uncomfortable for your dog when there is an excessive turnover of dead skin cells that clump into patchy deposits on the skin’s surface. There are a few simple steps to minimising an itchy skin condition and keeping your dog’s coat healthy during winter. Read more...
  2. Winterise your irrigation system

    Winterise your irrigation system No doubt your irrigation system has had a good work out over summer and with autumn here you can start to scale down your watering. Now is the ideal time to carry out routine inspection and maintenance on your irrigation system to ensure it’s in good working order ready for next spring. It’s better to do any necessary irrigation maintenance before the weather gets cold when playing outside with water becomes a gloomy task. You want to have it ready before spring so that if we get some sudden hot spells in early spring your sprinklers, pipes and fittings are already to go. Read more...
  3. Making Cheese At Home – New Cheese Making Kits Available Now!

    Making Cheese At Home – New Cheese Making Kits Available Now! The love for various varieties of delicious cheese is known worldwide. Whether you like to indulge in the inexpensive cheese varieties to the more fancy ones including Camembert, Chèvre, Feta, Mozzarella, or Cheddar; there is no greater joy than learning the Cheese Making process yourself at home using our readily available DIY Cheese Making Kits. Read more...
  4. The Basics of Electric Fencing – Fencing Supplies, Wallington.

    The Basics of Electric Fencing – Fencing Supplies, Wallington. It is no secret that the process of shearing makes livestock nervous and annoyed, hence it’s essential for the farmers to be in charge at all times. When we think of electric fencing, our mind creates a picture of some kind of arrangement of wires designed to protect animals. But where do you start? If you are a new farmer or an established one you need to have effective fencing tools. There are many different types of fencing to choose from depending on your needs and budget. Read more...
  5. Reclaimed Railway Sleepers

    Reclaimed Railway Sleepers Reclaimed railway sleepers are great for numerous landscaping and garden projects.  Use them for building retaining walls, garden edging, steps or rustic outdoor furniture. This robust wood offers a timeless rustic look, perfect for contemporary and traditional gardens. To celebrate the beginning of Autumn and a return to our much loved, but Read more...
  6. Bountiful tomatoes with Epsom Salts

    Bountiful tomatoes with Epsom Salts Epsom salts are a great organic mineral supplement for your garden. They’re inexpensive and safe for your plants, pets and kids. For hundreds of years gardeners have used Epsom salts to improve fruiting and flowering of all sorts of plants. It’s known to enhance colours and textures and produce stronger more bountiful crops and blooms. They Read more...
  7. Tuscan Toppings – driveways & paths

    Tuscan Toppings – driveways & paths Tuscan Toppings, also known as Donnybrook Topping, is an excellent topping for driveways, paths or any high traffic area in your garden.   The name Tuscan Topping refers to its attractive terracotta colour. It is made of crushed sandstone and if you look closely you’ll notice a complex combination of pale pink through to peachy orange Read more...
  8. Local Legends – Brewicolo Brewing Co.

    Local Legends – Brewicolo Brewing Co. Here at Wallington’s WRG we have the privilege of working with some amazing local businesses. We are big on community spirit and believe in helping local businesses where we can. As we all know COVID-19 has caused most businesses to cease trading in-store and adapt new ways to survive in these unprecedented times. We wanted to give a shout out Read more...
  9. Tribute to Penny

    Tribute to Penny At Wallington’s we are saddened that our founder, Ed Corless’ beloved companion Penny passed away recently. Penny was a regular here at WRG following Ed everywhere he went. You may have also seen her on many advertising materials over the years posing as a gorgeous Border Collie. Ed had a great love of animals that was a major influence Read more...
  10. Local Legends - Pawtastic Paws

    Local Legends - Pawtastic Paws Pawtastic Paws is a dog training business on the Bellarine peninsula. Kate and Sophie met in 2018 and decided to team up to run some group classes together. They hit it off immediately and worked together really well. Which is why they created Pawtastic Paws. Kate has been working as a dog trainer for nine years and brings a wealth of Read more...

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