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  • Say NO to Dangerous and toxic dog toys

    Published by Sophie C. on February 14, 2014. Comments: 0

    This week one of our Instagram friends lost her two bulldogs, who died because of chewing on a dog rope toy. It’s a heartbreaking story. So how can you keep your dog safe from toxic and dangerous dog toys? And how can you tell what’s dangerous and what’s safe? Read more...

  • Healthy Pancakes for Doggies

    Published by Sophie C. on February 13, 2014. Comments: 0

    Welcome to the idea of cooking for your furry friend! Cooking for your dog is about having fun, think of it as quality time together trying out new, healthy, natural tastes and smells. We've put together a very simply recipe for you to try this Shrove Tuesday or anytime as a special treat or reward. Read more...

  • Dogs and child development – Pooches play an essential role

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

    Dogs and children go together perfectly. A loving relationship with a dog can be one of the most rewarding and enjoyable aspects of being a child. But you need to know a few ground rules to make the relationship as safe, mutually enjoyable and fun as possible for everyone concerned, furry and human. Here’s how. Read more...

  • Dog Nutrition - Green Lipped Mussel, Kale and Seaweed

    Published by Sophie C. on January 20, 2014. Comments: 0

    It might sound weird. But three of the ingredients we include in the formula of our yummy wheat-free dog food range are the Green Lipped Mussel, Kale and Seaweed. They might sound nasty but they’re all recognised as ‘superfoods’, with excellent nutritional properties for healthy, fit pooches. Here’s what they’ll do for your dog. Read more...

  • Indoor doggie activities for dark, cold winter nights

    Published by Sophie C. on December 14, 2013. Comments: 0

    It’s mid-winter and it’s getting dark very early. If, like me, you don’t feel comfortable walking your pooch on your own after dark, or you don’t want to stay out too long after sunset, what indoor activities can you do together to keep your dog happy, healthy, stimulated and entertained? Read more...