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!
Many of us dog owners are already familiar with the world of Instagram, frequently updating followers with our pooch’s daily antics. But now, there’s another way to have some photo fun as London’s Leadenhall Market hosts a new pop-up booth especially for dogs.
Did you know, millions of UK dog owners face the heartbreak of saying goodbye to beloved pets years earlier than necessary due to canine arthritis?
Now, I don’t know about you, but we don’t go out too often without our stinky dog Poppy in tow. I mean, she’s an absolute pest when there’s food about. But we still take her to pubs and cafes with us. And when her diet allows, she does get a few scraps (shhh, don’t tell the vet). We hate to leave her alone at home. And according to research carried out for Channel 4’s Dogs: Their Secret Lives – Sad Dogs, 85% of dogs suffer from separation related anxiety, feeling frightened, lonely or sad, whenever their owners head out to work or pop out of the house.
Do you like going to festivals, but find it difficult to leave your dog behind? Then why not go to one where you can take your pooch with you? This summer (COVID-19 and government guidelines permitting), Woofstock UK will be taking place in Devon.
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.