Looking after your dog - tips & advice

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What better way to see in the night before Christmas
Two legged and four, furry, feathery and human alike! 🥰🐔🐕🐈🐇🥰 How are you spending Christmas Eve? 🎅
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas
What could be more festive and fun? 🎄🐕
Your dog's Christmas dinner covered.
When they turn those eyes on you, it's hard to say no. And who can blame them with all the Christmas cooking? But some Christmas treats are definitely not for dogs to eat.
a brown dog sitting on top of a bed in front of a white wall with the words 7 reasons your dog needs a sofa bed
7 Reasons Your Dog Needs A Sofa Bed
You’d be surprised by how drafty a house can be if you’re low to the ground, and have your bed placed straight on the floor. Dogs’ sleep gets affected by gusts of cold air from open doors and poorly insulated windows, and we all know how important sleep is! By raising your dog’s bed off the ground, you’re keeping them off the cold floor and minimising drafts going straight over the bed.
a small dog sitting on top of a rug next to a stuffed animal
Discover These Amazing Facts About Dog Tails
The main purpose of the tail is communication, and to spread personal information in the form of pheromones. Dogs have anal glands right under the tail which release scents that can be detected by other canines. When the dog wags its tail, the muscles around the dog’s bum tense and press on the glands, sending out lots of information. The sweeping motions from the tail can also help spread...
There is something very arrogant in assuming that only humans can experience deep emotions. We’ve all seen our pets excited and happy, and we also come to recognise when they’re sad. In other words, they experience feelings. Sorrow in an animal is different from fear or anxiety. The latter things are brought on by stress, resulting from poor environment, poor diet, scary neighbours, cruel owners, or countless other factors that can make animals feel exposed or in danger.
Do Pets Experience Heartbreak?
There is something very arrogant in assuming that only humans can experience deep emotions. We’ve all seen our pets excited and happy, and we also come to recognise when they’re sad. In other words, they experience feelings. Sorrow in an animal is different from fear or anxiety. The latter things are brought on by stress, resulting from poor environment, poor diet, scary neighbours, cruel owners, or countless other factors that can make animals feel exposed or in danger.
a dog with the words, how old is your dog actually in human years?
How Old is Your Dog Actually in Human Years?
The age old question that keeps coming up. We've got the answers!
a small dog sitting on top of a bed next to a sign that says, 10 things every dog parent is guiltly about
10 things every dog parent is guilty of saying!
“Oh my God, my dog did the cutest thing this morning…”