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  • 12 things to think about before buying a puppy

    Published by Sophie C. on January 07, 2016. Comments: 0

    Are you planning to buy a puppy? If so, it's really important to make a few essential checks first, to be sure the little dog you're taking on is healthy, legal and from a breeder you can trust. Here's a run-down of what you need to know. Read more...

  • Support and Service Dogs Around the World

    Published by Sophie C. on October 07, 2015. Comments: 0

    Everyone's heard of guide dogs for the blind. Most of us have heard of hearing dogs for the deaf. But there's more. As it turns out, dogs' intelligence, compassion, willingness to work and gentle personalities help all sorts of people enjoy life more and learn about the world around them. Read on to find out how the human race's best friend supports us in everyday life. Read more...

  • Help...my dog needs first aid!

    Published by Sophie C. on July 14, 2015. Comments: 0

    You could rush to the vet at the slightest sign of trouble. Or you could learn how to treat your pooch in a range of simple healthcare circumstances, doing DIY doggie first aid when things go wrong. We thought it'd be useful to take a look at DIY healthcare for dogs. Read more...

  • Is Your Dog Bored? 15 Top Tips for Indoor and Outdoor Fun

    Published by Sophie C. on March 05, 2015. Comments: 0

    If your pooch is hyperactive, naughty, destructive, disobedient or depressed, it might just be because they're bored. It's hardly life-threatening but boredom in dogs leads to all sorts of antisocial and unwanted behaviour, especially if your dog is a particularly clever and an active breed. Here are some fun tips for keeping your dog stimulated and happy. Read more...

  • Dog walking - your rights as a dog owner

    Published by Sophie C. on March 28, 2014. Comments: 0

    As a dog owner, you need to know what you can and can’t do, and where you can and can’t go. You have to be aware of other users on the land, make sure you don’t lose sight of your dog, pick up and dispose of dog poop safely and ensure they never, ever chase wildlife or farm animals. Here’s some information to help you steer clear of trouble and stick to the laws of the land! Read more...

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