Ask any dog owner and they could likely reel off a few popular dog food brands. What they may not know is that there are many lesser-known excellent products made here in the UK. Each one is full of healthy, nutritious ingredients that fuel your pooch’s health. Available on our website, here is our ‘Best […]

Tue, October 30th, 2018

7 Things Dog Owners Should Avoid On Halloween


Halloween, for some it’s the best time of the year. Pumpkins light up our houses, fireworks crackle in the sky and we all get to tuck into some tasty treats. But whilst Halloween is great fun for us humans, our canine companions may not feel the same. Plus, there are lots of hazards which present […]

Sun, October 28th, 2018

A list of the most useful dog training commands


Training your dog is an important but rewarding process. Read on for a list of the most useful commands to introduce to your pup: Sit Probably the most important command you could teach your dog, as you will use it daily. This is an easy command to teach. Grab yourself one of his favourite treats, […]

Fri, October 26th, 2018

Different Types of Dog Leads to Stop Pulling


Leads or leashes are an important part of a dog’s everyday walking and training life. As well as training leads, there are also leads that can prevent Fido from dragging you down the road. Getting the right lead can make a huge impact on the quality of your dog walks. You want a lead that’s […]

Wed, October 24th, 2018

Dogs Better At Reading Our Moods Than We Are At Theirs


int When you’re feeling sad, stressed or angry, your beloved canine pal knows all too well just what to do when it comes to helping you through your emotions. And as their very best pal, you know exactly how to reciprocate those intuitive feelings, right? Well actually, recent studies have shown that this may not […]

Sat, October 20th, 2018

How to plan your puppy’s training schedule


Getting a new puppy is so exciting! All you will want to do is cuddle and play with him, every minute of the day. However, it’s important that you establish a routine with your pup and introduce obedience training as soon as you can. Training takes time and patience, so it’s beneficial to have an […]

Fri, October 19th, 2018

Reasons Why Dog Gates Can Be Useful For Dog Owners


Is little Fido getting a bit too confident around the home? Is he walking around like he owns the place (which he totally does)? Our beloved dogs sometimes leave a trail of disaster wherever they go, leaving owners exacerbated at how their little angels have turned into little devils of destruction. Dog owners will know […]

Mon, October 15th, 2018

Dealing With Moody Female Dogs


  It’s fair to say that all dogs are different, and temperament varies significantly from dog to dog. But if you’ve owned a few female dogs, you might find they, just like us humans can occasionally be a little moody. Perhaps their hormones might be a little out of sync, or they can occasionally just […]

Tue, October 9th, 2018

Not Very Four-legged Friendly!


Today is a sad day for all of us pet owners, as the massive pub chain J D Wetherspoon’s enacts a ban on all doggies in their pubs! No dogs allowed With almost 1000 branches across Britain, this is something that doggy lovers across the country will be affected by. Although the chain has technically […]

Sun, October 7th, 2018

Is Fido Your Spitting Image?


It’s strange to think that our furry friends might even look like us! But most dog owners choose a breed or dog temperament which they connect with – athletic types tend to choose energetic dogs which need lots of walking, fashionistas often choose handbag-sized Chihuahuas, and those of us that just like to snuggle on […]

Wed, October 3rd, 2018

Different Types Of Chews You Can Give Your Dog


  Did you know that our furry friends can suffer from gum disease and plaque build-up, just like humans? It can be just as uncomfortable and dangerous for dogs as it is to us. We all know the stress of an emergency dentist appointment, so we don’t want that for our precious pets. Dental hygiene […]

Tue, October 2nd, 2018