Safe4 will be attending the Festival of working and assistance dogs on Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th February from 11am – 4pm @ Norbreck Castle exhibition centre, Blackpool. Free entry, items to purchase, come and say hi 🙂 http://www.visitblackpool.com/listing/the-international-festival-of-working-and-assistance-dogs-856600/

The Quality Management team at Safe4 are pleased to announce that yet again we have passed our external ISO (international Standards Organisation) audit and have been awarded our ISO 2009 certificate. This will ensure that we continue to provide a quality product to our customers.

A SWINDON farmer is taking precautions against avian flu after outbreaks were reported across the country. He says special steps are being taken to protect the birds on his farm, including regular checks and a vitamin enriched diet. Matt Holland, owner of Lower Shaw Farm, has more than 20 chickens along with ducks and geese,… Read more »

An Avian Influenza Prevention Zone that has been in place since 6 December will be extended until 28 February to help protect poultry and captive birds from avian flu, the Chief Veterinary Officer has announced. Defra Chief Veterinary Officer, Nigel Gibbens said “Recent H5N8 avian flu findings in wild birds and a backyard flock in… Read more »

This morning (5th January), the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) announced that the restrictions on keeping birds indoors, would be maintained in England until 28 February. Similar moves were made in Scotland and Wales and there is a Britain-wide ban on poultry shows and gatherings. Keepers, including people with just a few… Read more »

We would like to wish all our customers and followers a very Happy New Year. 2017 promises to be an exciting year for Safe 4 with new product launches, new customer newsletter, more promotions and much more.

Thank you to all those that entered our Christmas competition. The winners have now been contacted.

DEFRA are urging Poultry farmers to keep their birds indoor to help protect them from a strain of avian flu which is circulating in mainland Europe. Chief Veterinary Officer Nigel Gibbens said: “While no cases of H5N8 avian flu have been found in the UK, and PHE advises the public health threat is low, we… Read more »