The spring weather is on its way, despite the recent snow. And with lockdown restrictions slowly being lifted, we’re about to start going out a bit more. If you have a puppy or you’ve got used to your little pooch being your constant companion during the pandemic, you may not want that to change. And walking your dog everywhere may not be practical, especially if they’re a small breed like a Chihuahua. So, you might be looking for a way to take them with you when you pop into town. This week, I spotted a couple of stylish bags, designed for carrying your pet with you. Take a look at these beauties:
If you’re like us, you’re probably looking forward to the Easter break. Many of us are already planning a big family meal to celebrate. But what about our beloved pets? They’re part of the family too! If you’re thinking of treating your dog to something tasty and nutritious, then Natural Instinct may have just the thing.
It’s no secret that virtual GP services have been essential to us during the last year, with the challenge of COVID-19 disrupting normal services. Now, a UK pet insurer has teamed up with a Swedish virtual vet service to offer a similar service for pets and their owners.
Fenella Smith has just launched a new dog bed range, perfect for your pampered pooches. The bed designs are inspired by Smith’s own beloved dogs, Bramble the Labrador and Monty the Border Collie.
Many of us are struggling to keep our dog’s weight in check throughout this pandemic, with lockdowns and juggling family life making things difficult. Dog obesity is not a new problem of course, but a recent report estimates that 51% of UK dogs are overweight.
This week, we spotted some lovely doggy designs from artist and designer Simon Hart. His quirky dog designs feature 52 of our favourite dog breeds on biscuit tins, mugs, coasters and bags. What’s more, you can personalise each item with your dog’s name or a special message!
Just because you’re stuck at home, it doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a special Valentine’s Day. And thanks to Battersea, you can now spend it in the company of some special canines.
This Valentine’s Day, why not show your pooch some love with a romantic seafood platter? OK, maybe that’s going a bit overboard, but Natural Instinct have the next best thing. They’ve launched the limited-edition Paw-Fect Catch treats, especially for Valentine’s Day.
British pet food brand, Pooch & Mutt, have just launched a new range of Good Mood Food for dogs to enjoy. These new dog treats are probiotic meaty treats, designed to improve the mental and physical wellbeing of our beloved pet pooches.