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  • How To Keep Your Dog Safe With a Pool Cover
    How To Keep Your Dog Safe With a Pool Cover

    GUEST ARTICLE by Kaitlin Gardner One of the favourite moments in my day is when I get to take my two Black Labradors out to the family pool. I don’t even have to say anything, but when I reach for the door, they start to [...] Read more →

  • Baking For Dogs - Why Natural Is Best
    Baking For Dogs – Why Natural Is Best

    It is a better person than I who can walk past a bakery and not venture inside. The delectable smell of freshly baked bread floating from the kitchen and the enticing array of cream cakes and chocolate eclairs in the tantalizing window display; invite you [...] Read more →

  • How About a Little Luxury For Your Dog
    How About a Little Luxury For Your Dog

    As any good dog owner will know, our dogs are sometimes treated to a little more luxury than their human counterparts in our families. The extra treat, lying on the bed, getting back on the sofa when you swore you wouldn’t let them! Those puppy [...] Read more →

  • The Many Benefits Of Dog Toys
    The Many Benefits Of Dog Toys

    If you are anything like me, you have more dog toys in your house than they do in the local pet store! Every time I go out shopping and just happen upon a pet section or shop, I feel compelled to buy my four-legged friends a [...] Read more →

  • Grooming Your Dog and Canine Care
    Grooming Your Dog and Canine Care

    Most people have a strange notion when it comes to dog grooming, often associating it with show dogs or the stereotypical ‘poodle in leg warmers’ look. However, grooming should not just be reserved for the die hard show dog owner or posh pooch connoisseur’s. The [...] Read more →

  • Q&A With Celebrity Vet Joe Inglis
    Q&A With Celebrity Vet Joe Inglis

    A few weeks ago we had the opportunity to pose some questions to well know veterinary surgeon, Joe Inglis, who is best known for his television appearances on shows such as Vet School and Vets in Practice. Joe qualified to become a vet in 1996 [...] Read more →

  • The Real Statistics on Pet Microchipping
    The Real Statistics on Pet Microchipping

    Having been a latecomer to the ‘dog micro-chipping’ party, I can attest to the fact that many pet owners do not chip their animals for reasons other than being a bad pet parent! Whilst the cost of micro-chipping is not extortionate and there are some [...] Read more →

  • Behaviour Consultation or Training Classes?
    Behaviour Consultation or Training Classes?

    GUEST POST BY: Sheila Hocken Most dog owners think a few training classes will solve their dog’s problem, when in truth it could make matters worse. The most frequent problem I deal with is aggression, to people or other dogs, sometimes both. The owners are often convinced [...] Read more →

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