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  • New Year Resolutions for You and Your Pooch

    Published by Sophie C. on January 08, 2015. Comments: 0

    Where did 2014 go? And welcome to 2015! We'd like to wish all our lovely customers and readers a very happy, healthy and successful new year. Talking of which, have you made any doggie-related new year resolutions? If not, here are some simple ideas for bringing you even closer in 2015. Read more...

  • Do dogs and bones really go together like fish and chips?

    Published by Sophie C. on November 26, 2014. Comments: 0

    "Give a dog a bone"... or so the saying goes. But is it really a good idea to let your beloved pooch chew on animal bones? And if so, which types of bones are safe and which can be downright lethal? Here's our common sense guide. Read more...

  • Special care for large and giant dogs

    Published by Sophie C. on September 29, 2014. Comments: 0

    Last month we looked at special care for tiny, weeny cross-breeds like the Chug, a cross between a Chihuahua and a Pug. But what about big dogs? Large breed dogs are famously loyal, friendly and sociable animals. This month we're exploring special care for especially large dog breeds like the Bloodhound, Rottweiler, Newfoundland, Irish Wolfhound, Great Dane and Alsatian, in other words dogs that weight more than 50lbs. Read more...

  • Special care for tiny, weeny dogs – Chugs, Jack Shih, Schnoodles and more

    Published by Sophie C. on August 29, 2014. Comments: 0

    The trend for tiny, weeny cross-breeds is growing, with all manner of strange, weird and wonderful pooches being bred. Have you ever come across a Chug, a cross between a Chihuahua and a Pug? Or a cross between a Jack Russell and a Shih Tzu? The thing is, do very small dogs need special care? We thought it'd be useful to research the subject and let you know. Read more...

  • Pooch welfare – Don't let your doggie die on a ferry journey

    Published by Sophie C. on July 30, 2014. Comments: 0

    Did you know dogs can easily die in just twenty minutes when left in a hot car, even when the windows are open? And that P&O ferries won't let dogs out of your car on shorter crossings? It's a deadly combination, and something you need to be aware of if you're travelling abroad with your pooch. Here's what you need to know. Read more...