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How To Keep Your Dog Active Inside During Winter

How To Keep Your Dog Active Inside During Winter

In winter, as pet parents, we not only have to contend with darker mornings and earlier evenings, colder temperatures, and often having to change up our walking routes or routines with our dogs. Sometimes, we even have to cancel a walk altogether as it isn’t possible or safe to do so due to the weather.  …

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Top Tips For Walking Your Dog in Winter

As winter draws nearer, many of us pet parents are already considering the changes we’ll be making to our daily routines, including how we walk our dogs.  After all, with the darker nights, colder weather that often leads to freezing temperatures and the likelihood of snow and ice, it’s important to consider how we walk …

10 tips to help your dog on fireworks night

10 Tips To Help Your Dog on Fireworks Night

Whenever it’s fireworks night, we pet parents know that it’s often not just for one night but for a few nights after, which means that this can be a distressing time for our beloved pups. We’ve previously written on how to help prepare your dog for bonfire night, and following our conversation with the CityDogExpert, …

How to Prepare Your Dog For Bonfire Night

How To Prepare Your Dog For Bonfire Night

As Bonfire Night approaches, many pet parents are faced with the dilemma of attempting to figure out how best to prepare their dog for bonfire night.  With the anticipation of not only bonfire night being filled with loud bangs of the fireworks but often the nights leading up to it as well, it can be …

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The Fireworks are Coming!

Maybe it’s because all the focus is on Halloween, or maybe it’s because Bonfire night is at the beginning of the month, but November the 5th has a habit of creeping up on me. One evening you’re distributing sweeties to the local ghosts and ghouls, and the very next night, some little monster down the …

signs your dog may have a food allergy

Signs Your Dog May Have a Food Allergy

Food allergies in dogs are more common than you’d think. Ranging from grain and gluten, just like humans, to even chicken, poultry, fish or beef! Food allergies in dogs can appear in various ways, and although many of us pet parents would like to believe our dogs have stomachs like Scooby-Doo – it simply isn’t …

live with Milne & mutt dog training: scent training

Live with Milne & Mutt Dog Training: Scent Training

Ever since we first wrote about our dog’s sense of smell, we’ve been fascinated to find out more about how powerful their sense of smell is. How we as Pet Parents can help our dogs hone in this skill and what activities we can work on with them too.  This is why we teamed up …

things your dog shouldn't eat

7 Things Your Dog Shouldn’t Eat

As Pet Parents, we’re always looking to do best for our dogs; after all, it’s our main role as their Pet Parents. But sometimes, it can be confusing as there is so much conflicting advice and information and opinions that it’s isn’t exactly easy. One of the main things is the constant discussions on what …

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Plopper Shocker

Apologies for going full-tabloid on you, but I wanted to share a very dirty little raw secret with you that’s rarely discussed. [ ** WARNING EXPLICIT FECAL LANGUAGE AHEAD – PROCEED WITH CAUTION ** ] It’s a secret about plops, poos, turds, number twos or whatever your preferred phrase is… Maybe you’re young and enjoy …

Puppy Mill Awareness Day with K9ology

Live with K9ology – Puppy Mill Awareness Day and Rescue Dogs

We’re back with another Instagram Live, and on Friday we went live with Caroline from K9ology to discuss Puppy Mill Awareness Day and training rescue dogs.  Caroline is an IMDT accredited trainer who, as well as being an experienced trainer, has dogs of her own that have been rescued with a suspected history of being …