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    The Importance Of Good Recall For Your Dog

    Training Your Dog To Have Good Recall Dog training is essential to teach your pet to come to you when you call their name. This is also known as recall. It’s one of the most important things to teach your dog as soon as possible, but depending on the nature of your dog this can…

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    Lockdown Dogs & Puppies | How To Help With Separation Anxiety

    Helping Your Lockdown Puppy Break Separation Anxiety During the lockdown, the demand for dogs has skyrocketed due to more people being at home. According to Statista, over 12 and a half million people in the UK own a dog. However, unfortunately, lockdown and the pandemic have shown an increase in pet separation anxiety.

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    How to Restrain a Dog While Grooming

    Unless you have a dog that loves to be groomed, you probably find it quite a challenge to keep your dog still, and move it into the positions you need it to be in for grooming. How Do I Get My Dog to Hold Still While Grooming? So, if your dog is desperately trying to…

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    Training Your Dog to Come When Called

    Getting a new puppy is extremely exciting. You’ll have a million cute photos to take, the perfect cuddly name to consider and with all of that going on, lots of people have a tendency to forget the really important stuff – dog training! Why Train Your Dog to Come When Called? Alongside ‘sit’ and ‘stay’,…

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    Keeping Your Cat Cool in the Summer

    Summer has arrived, and we can all experience the effects of the heat on our bodies. This is something that not only us, but also our pets, can feel. While we all make efforts to stay cool including wearing lighter clothes, and drinking cold water, our pets cannot always fend for themselves in harsh weather.…

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    Keeping Your Pooch Cool This Summer

    Any dog owner wants to keep their furry friend happy and comfortable all year round. Even in England, we’ve seen some scorching temperatures this year which means dogs could overheat. When dogs become too hot they will be uncomfortable and restless. Unfortunately, high temperatures can also cause a dog more serious side-effects, including heatstroke. With…

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    Signs Your Dog is Bored and How You Can Help

    There are a few tell tale signs that you can pick up on when looking for boredom in dogs. Dogs generally become stressed and anxious when they’re bored. Their natural state is being the protector of your home and being part of ‘the pack.’ For this reason, boredom is a common issue in dogs when…

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    Travelling With Your Pet After Brexit

    It has always been quite easy to travel to and from Europe with your pet until now. Even though your pet would need a passport, that’s all you would have to get to make them qualify for back and forth trips in Europe throughout their entire lifetime. Even though getting a pet passport has always…

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    The Best Christmas Presents for Your Furry Friends

    Dogs are human’s best friends. If you’ve ever had a dog you’ll know that they’re essentially another child, they become part of the family. So, you should think about what to get them this Christmas. It doesn’t matter whether you have a Dachshund, French Bulldog or an Australian Shepherd, they all deserve to join in…

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    How Much Exercise Do Dogs Need?

    Lots of people who own a dog often wonder what amount of exercise is right for them. Exercise isn’t something that only keeps your dog fit and healthy, it also contributes to how your dog will behave. Exercises for dogs shouldn’t be considered as a nicety. It is very crucial in maintaining the physical and…