With this recent spell of hot weather we’ve been walking Poppy, our beagle, early in the morning and late at night. But even then, she’s finding it a struggle. We’ve cut the time down quite a bit to help her out and we’re taking water with us everywhere.
It’s Love Your Pet day today (Monday 20th February 2023), giving you a good excuse to spoil your dog rotten. Of course, giving them lots of treats isn’t always a good idea. So, here’s a five other ways you can show your pooch some love…
As it’s autumn and the leaves are turning to shades of yellow, brown and red, it’s the perfect time to get out and enjoy the scenery. And the Lake District is one of the best places to do it. As we live here, we might be a bit biased, but it also means we are best-placed to share our favourite new dog walks in this glorious landscape. This walk is perfect for a Halloween outing as it follows an old corpse road, but thanks to the scenery, it’s great any time. And as it takes in a mix of countryside, it’s great for dogs.
Temperatures in the UK have jumped considerably in the last few days. Up here in Cumbria it’s about 25°C and rising. And further south, it’s already more than 30°C. So, there’s no doubt we’re all starting to feel the heat. But if you can feel it, so can your dog. Which is why I’m writing this post today, as it’s really important that you know how to look after your dog during a heatwave.
Did you know, that today (20th March) is the first national Dogs in Yellow Day? No? Well, read on to find out what the day is all about and how you can get involved.
Hurrah, it’s nearly Christmas! And it’s not just kids that enjoy an Advent calendar in the run up to the big day. Yep, more and more companies are cottoning onto the popularity of dog advent calendars. So, after a bit of a snoop around, I’ve picked out my favourite four suggestions. Here’s what’s on offer and what’s good about them:
It’s Halloween and many of us have carved our pumpkins and are dressing up ready for some trick or treating. But what about your pooch?
On Good Doggy Guide, we like to give you new ideas of places you can visit with your dog. Whether that’s fun walks or places of interest where dogs are welcome. And Furness Abbey certainly fits into the second category. Read on, to find out how our visit with Poppy the beagle went!
At this year’s Chagford Film Festival in Devon they’re showing the 2021 documentary Stray. And because it’s a film about dogs, they’re welcoming along your pooch too!