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…
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, millions of UK dog owners face the heartbreak of saying goodbye to beloved pets years earlier than necessary due to canine arthritis?
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.
As winter arrives, so does the less than ideal weather. Rain, muddy ground, and storms can all make the daily dog walks that extra bit challenging. So, I’ve compiled some simple tips for making that soggy outing a bit more manageable.
Who’s been enjoying the rainy weather we’ve been having? No, us neither. It has made dog walking that bit more challenging. One of those challenges has been drying the dog after walks. Could the solution be a dog drying coat?