Travelling abroad with your dog

Man and dog sitting in car boot looking at sunset

For dog owners in Great Britain, the rules for travelling to Northern Ireland or Europe with a dog onboard changed in January 2021. If you’re planning to travel soon, make sure you’re up to date on the latest regulations, so you can travel with peace of mind.  What are the new pet travel rules? Before … Read more

Why microchipping your dog is important

Did you know that pets with accurate information linked to their microchips are 54% more likely to get home? Microchipped pets have their owner’s information stored in a database, however, around 1 in 3 pet owners in the UK don’t know which database their pet is registered with. can help you get up and running … Read more

The Joys of an Older Dog

When you have had your dog from a puppy and watched them grow up, it can be hard tothink of them as becoming elderly. When we see our dogs every single day, we often don’tnotice the signs that indicate our canine companions are no longer in their prime and theirage is beginning to catch up … Read more

Our new look wet food

full range with wet food

The beady-eyed amongst you may have noticed that some of our delicious wet food packaging looks a little different. We just want to reassure you that it’s the same tasty range of recipes, just with a new name and a new look. So from braised fillets to Country Lunches, here’s a full rundown of everything … Read more

Dog Safety Index

Whether you’re a proud pet parent or planning on becoming one, safety is probably a big part of what you want in a new area. Sure, you can find a new location with a dog-friendly park and restaurant here and there, but only a handful of locations can be crowned the best in the UK … Read more

Dog-friendly Hot Cross Bun recipe

There’s nothing like a hot cross bun to get you in the mood for Easter – whether you like yours toasted or not, with or without butter, it’s the springtime treat we all know and love. And from classic dried fruit, to double chocolate and even Marmite, there seems to be something for everyone. That’s … Read more

Introducing LogCheck 2.0

Your dog’s bowels are important. That’s why our experts in canine nutrition and data have teamed up with scientists across the UK to bring you the biggest innovation in faecal diagnostics since Gillian McKeith. It’s time to shine the spotlight on our pets’ poos. Welcome to LogCheck 2.0. How does it work? It’s as simple … Read more

Worms in dogs and how to treat them

worms in dogs and how to treat them

A worm infection can be really common in both adult dogs and puppies, and in most cases are nothing to worry about. The majority of infections come from intestinal worms – tapeworms and roundworms are the most common types, whilst hookworms and whipworms are less common but still important to keep an eye out for. … Read more

5 reasons it’s time to change your dog’s diet

It’s National Pet Month, and to help champion responsible pet ownership we’ve teamed up with Savoo to raise money for the charity StreetVet. Every day of April 2022, Savoo will be donating £15 to Street Vet on every order placed using one of their deals. By claiming an exclusive 80% saving off your … Read more