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Sustainable living for your family and pets can be an enjoyable and rewarding experience. Going green with your pets is a great way to join in on sustainable living. Simplify pet care through eco-friendly grooming products, sustainable pet food options, waste-friendly poo bags and draught-tolerant dog doors. Living sustainably as a family will not only save you money but improve the environment too. Making a commitment as a family brings everyone together while creating a greener world.

 

Signs Your Dog Has Imprinted On You

Signs Your Dog Has Imprinted On You

Your dog’s unwavering gaze, their eager following, and their tail that wags ferociously only for you - could these actions speak to something deeper? According to animal behaviourists, these could well be indicators that your canine companion has imprinted on you....

What to Know About Ear Infections in Dogs

What to Know About Ear Infections in Dogs

If you’ve ever had a dog, chances are you’ve noticed them shaking their head, scratching their ears, or licking the area around their ears. Many times this is a sign of an ear infection—something I’ve recently learned from experience with my poor pup Oscar. In this...

Rescue, Adopt – Give A Dog A Home

Rescue, Adopt – Give A Dog A Home

How much does it cost to rescue, adopt and own a dog?  Make a dog's day and transform both of your lives for the better.  Over the next few weeks, we will be providing a complete guide to giving a new dog a new home.  The reality is owning a dog can be a very...

Winter Walkies

Winter Walkies

Winter is a beautiful season, having your furry friend accompanying you for long winter walks is a perfect way to enjoy the winter fun. However, this season also comes with some safety concerns for your four-legged friend.  As a dog owner, it is essential to take a...

How much should I feed my dog?

How much should I feed my dog?

Many of us consider dogs to be members of our family, and as pet parents, we want to ensure that our furry friends are well taken care of in every way. One essential aspect of a dog's health is its diet.A balanced diet The right balance of nutrients and portion sizes...

Why is my dog shaking?

Why is my dog shaking?

Our furry companions are like family to us, and it's natural to feel concerned when they display any unusual behaviour. One such behaviour that can be alarming is when your dog starts to shake or tremble. Watching your dog go through such an episode can be...

Lost & Found Dogs

Lost & Found Dogs

Losing a pet can be a heartbreaking experience for any pet owner, but it's not uncommon. Every year, thousands of pets go missing, and unfortunately, many of them never find their way back to their homes. The good news is that there are steps you can take to increase...

Glucosamine In Your Dogs Diet

Glucosamine In Your Dogs Diet

Farewell to puppy days! As our furry friends age, they, unfortunately experience the inevitable: achy and creaky joints become the new normal.  After witnessing my dog age and slow down, I knew it was time to try glucosamine. If it's good enough for me, it's...

Is Your Furry Friend a Ball-Chasing Maniac?

Is Your Furry Friend a Ball-Chasing Maniac?

Dogs love to play, and for many of them, nothing is more fun than chasing a ball. It's a simple game that can provide hours of entertainment for both the dog and the owner. However, there are some dogs that take ball chasing to a whole new level - they become...

Adopting An Older Rescue Dog vs Getting A Puppy?

Adopting An Older Rescue Dog vs Getting A Puppy?

There’s nothing quite like the excitement of getting a new dog. Whether you’re a seasoned dog owner or a first-time pet parent, deciding between adopting an older rescue dog and getting a puppy is no easy feat. Puppies are adorable, there’s no denying that. But let’s...

Do you live near a dog friendly beach – Scotland?

Do you live near a dog friendly beach – Scotland?

For dog owners who love spending time by the seaside, finding dog-friendly beaches can be a bit of a challenge. However, despite the fact that many beaches around the British coast do not allow dogs all year round, there is still plenty of opportunity for pet owners...