How to Start a Dog Walking Business in the UK


“I love the great outdoors, and I adore dogs. I should be a dog walker.” But being a professional dog walker is definitely not that simple. It’s more than collecting some leashes and getting a new all-weather coat and boots. As well as having an affinity for dogs, a foundation in basic dog behaviour training […]

Wednesday, November 28th, 2018

How To Help Your Dog With Allergies


It’s not just humans that are affected by allergies, be it hay fever or something within our own homes, our precious fur angels can be left feeling worse for wear when their allergies flare. But don’t worry, we can protect our beloved; before you know it you and Fido will be frolicking in meadows under […]

Monday, September 3rd, 2018

The Beginner’s Guide To Dog Agility


Looking for a fun way for you and your dog to be more active together? Well then, agility training might just be the answer! Agility is a great sport that has a huge following for a reason, and can be a wonderful bonding experience as well as way for your furry friend to keep fit.

Sunday, September 2nd, 2018

How To Manage Dogs That Love To Escape


For a lot of dog owners, having a nice back garden for your dog to freely roam, sniff out new things and bask in the shade is a definite must have. It works wonderfully for you both, until your dog becomes a master escape artist that would put Houdini to shame, and he manages to […]

Saturday, September 1st, 2018

How To Deal With Attention Seeking Dogs


Remember how adorable it was when your new, tiny puppy wanted all your love and attention? Well, now they’re fully grown, and it’s not quite so cute. Or perhaps you adopted your new friend from a shelter, and they can’t seem to leave your side. Dog parents need a break from their fur babies every […]

Friday, August 31st, 2018

5 Signs Your Dog Thinks They’re Human


As a nation we’re crazy about our dogs. They’re cute, incredibly loyal and they’re also our babies. Most of us admit to spoiling our pets whenever we can. After all, what’s the harm in that? But just like children dogs can take after their parents (or in this case owners), which can lead to them […]

Wednesday, August 29th, 2018

Terrible Danger to Dogs on British Beaches


It is always wonderful to take your pooch for a stroll on the beach. But dogs have a tendency to eat anything! British beaches are being littered with toxic fatbergs which have crossed the Atlantic from the Caribbean. The unsightly blobs of fat smell appealing to pooches but it is vital that dogs are not […]

Wednesday, April 19th, 2017

How to Prevent Your Dog from Being Stolen


How to Prevent Your Dog from Being Stolen The number of reported dog thefts in the UK continues to rise. 1,797 dogs were stolen in 2015 compared to less than half this number in 2014. The same trend is evident in Canada, Australia and the USA. Dogs are valuable commodities for criminals and they have […]

Sunday, January 15th, 2017

How to Prevent Your Pet from Being Stolen


How to Prevent Your Pet from Being Stolen It is a terrible thought isn’t it? Your beloved pet being snatched by a thief and disappearing never to be seen again. Unfortunately, there are many unscrupulous people out there who will take advantage of any money making opportunity that presents itself. Your pet could represent such […]

Friday, November 25th, 2016

Cleaning Up After Your Dog


A Poo in the Park I love to take a walk in the wildlife preserve that is close to my home. It is the one haven of peace in what is otherwise a busy urban area with an overload of traffic. The park is a mere 500 yards from my front door and yet I […]

Thursday, September 15th, 2016