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…
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.
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, it’s International Dog Day? Yep, today is the day to celebrate our beloved pooches. Although, as most of us know, dogs are celebrated every day with fulfilling walks, tasty treats and energetic playtimes! However, independent pet food producer Arden Grange, are making the day that extra bit special for animals that really do need it.
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?
Are you struggling to recycle some of your dog food packaging? National pet supermarket Pets at Home, have just announced they’ll be trialling recycling bins for flexible pet food packaging. So, you can take back your used plastic pouches when you pop in for your pooch’s supplies.
One of this year’s biggest challenges for new dog owners is without a doubt, separation anxiety. As more and more of us return to work outside the home, it’s the biggest worry we’re facing. Although preparation and training are key to a successful change in routine, a new survey suggests many of you would be willing to take more extreme measures for your beloved pooch.
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.