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  • Itchy and scratchy… a quick look at 8 common doggie parasites

    Published by Sophie C. on January 30, 2013. Comments: 0

    First, the good news. Being relatively chilly, Britain is home to fewer nasty dog parasites than warmer countries. But climate change is making our country a viable home for more and more of them and when you take your dog abroad, the risk increases even more. Today we’re looking at eight common dog parasites, spotting the symptoms and how to keep yourself and your family safe. We’ll look at eight more dog parasites next month. I don’t know about you, but I’m itching already! Read more...

  • Pooch & Co is proud to present our fab new doggie treats

    Published by Sophie C. on January 24, 2013. Comments: 0

    Every dog deserves treats. Good quality treats are a great way to let them know when they’ve been good, making them an excellent training aid. And they’re perfect for saying “I love you” to your best furry friend too, whatever the occasion. We’ve been hard at work sourcing some of the best in breed for our customers, a collection of premium natural dog treats to keep your pooch healthy as well as happy and splendidly waggy! Read more...

  • The life and times of a sled dog

    Published by Sophie C. on December 21, 2012. Comments: 0

    Look at your beloved pooch, lounging around in the lovely warmth, enjoying your company over the Winter season. But what about the world’s hardest-working canines, sled dogs? They’ll be out there in the snow, in far-flung icy places, happy in their work and delighted to be put through their paces. They’re amazing creatures, so we thought we’d polish off Winter with a peep into their fascinating lives. Read more...

  • Keeping your dog safe from toxic stuff this Christmas

    Published by Sophie C. on December 13, 2012. Comments: 2

    It’s the festive season and millions of British households will soon be awash with gift wrap, tinsel, baubles, presents, Christmas tree needles, string, glue, Sellotape, piles of delicious seasonal food… and of course special doggie gifts. Dogs enjoy the excitement and they love getting their own special presents. But many dog toys are toxic and there’s little or no regulation to stop manufacturers using dangerous materials in pet products. Here are some tips about keeping your furry friend safe from toxic toys and various other potentially dangerous festive bits and bobs. Read more...

  • Do you know the dangers of giving your dog chocolate? – Just say no!

    Published by Sophie C. on November 28, 2012. Comments: 0

    It’s difficult to imagine something as delicious as chocolate being lethal. But because it contains a powerful chemical that dogs can’t metabolise properly, it can easily be fatal. Keep your beloved pooch safe and healthy this Christmas. Hide the chocs and make sure you know what symptoms to look out for if they steal a sneaky bar from your Selection Box when you’re snoozing in front of the telly! Here’s everything you need to know about canine chocolate poisoning. Read more...