How to help your dog cope with life after lockdown

How to help your dog cope with life after lockdown

Are you worried about how your dog will cope when things return to normal? Or the new normal, – whatever this might be – after months in lockdown? With us spending nearly every waking moment at home with our dogs, the thought of leaving them is upsetting for us. And...

Dog advice during coronavirus lockdown

Dog advice during coronavirus lockdown

Over at the dogs trust they have prepared answers to the most common questions about walking your dog during the lockdown - here is a summary related to exercise and how it miay impact visiting a secure dog walking area- Can I walk my dog outside? The Government has...

How to keep your dog cool during lockdown

How to keep your dog cool during lockdown

Every summer we hear stories about pets falling ill and it’s just as important to keep your pet cool during lockdown. With dogs only being able to have limited walks, and us making only essential trips out in our cars, some hazards can be avoided. It’s less likely...

How to enjoy Dog Yoga or Doga with Fiona Rigg

How to enjoy Dog Yoga or Doga with Fiona Rigg

Fiona Rigg is a dog lover who after a successful career in food styling decided to take the plunge into the pet business world, Fiona founded the artisan and award winning brand PAWDinkum making handmade health treats and spa products for dogs.    Fiona...

Joanne Jarvis pays tribute to her dog in Dexter’s Diary

Joanne Jarvis pays tribute to her dog in Dexter’s Diary

Pets bring us so much joy, but they live short lives and saying goodbye is the hardest and often kindest thing we can do. For Joanne Jarvis, losing her Dalmation Dexter just before his seventh birthday was devastating, and she decided to pay tribute to him in a book....

How much exercise do our dogs need

How much exercise do our dogs need

According to the PDSA the amount of exercise your dog needs depends on a number of different factors Breed Age Health Personality Every dog , like a human is an individual even dogs within the same breed will enjoy exercise in different ways and a responsible owner...

Animal Welfare Act

Animal Welfare Act

The Animal Welfare Act 2006 was introduced by DEFRA to combat animal abuse and came into force in 2007. Its aim was to update the Protection of Animals Act 1911, making the law reflect 21st century practice and the developments in veterinary science. You may hear...

1.3 Million Dogs Are Not walked everyday

1.3 Million Dogs Are Not walked everyday

Its a scary thought isn't it - however the PDSA Animal Wellbeing (PAW) Report 2019 stakes exactly that - As a nation of dog lovers an even more scary fact comes out of this years survey .. 1% are never walked atall. If you are interested in more statistics and...

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