5 canine Christmas films to get you into the festive spirit

Not feeling festive enough yet? We think we’ve found 5 films that are sure to get you excited for Christmas. 1. The Grinch Alone and living in isolation after being bullied during his childhood, the Grinch decides to ruin Christmas for the whole of Whoville, by dressing in a Santa suit and stealing all the … Read more

10 things to watch out for this winter

Autumn’s done and dusted for another year and the festive season is right around the corner. Whilst it is the most wonderful time of the year, there are a few things to be aware of to ensure your dog’s safe and sound and having a good time too. The last thing you want is an … Read more

How to tackle ticks on dogs

One of our biggest fears for our dogs is discovering the presence of ticks. Whilst there’s a common misconception that ticks on dogs are only a problem in the Summer months, warmer weather has seen a rise in ticks all year round. Here are some of the key things to know about those nasty little … Read more

Dogs and Wildlife

We’ve probably all seen the video of London Labrador Fenton chasing deer in Richmond Park, but if you haven’t, here he is with his panicked owner hot on his heels: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3GRSbr0EYYU Although many found the video amusing, there is a more serious issue to consider. We don’t know how Fenton’s epic deer chase ended, but … Read more

Are you ready for Spring?

Spring officially starts on the 20th March this year, signalling the end of winter and the oncoming summer. Most dogs love spring as they can spend longer outside, enjoying the warmer weather and longer days. In fact it’s thought that some dogs actually get ‘spring fever’ where they get so enthusiastic about the change in … Read more

10 ways to keep your dog healthy and happy over Christmas

1. Dust off those walking boots. Walks are good for dogs’ mental and physical health, they want to know their local environment and who lives where as much as they like to explore, chase and have fun with you.  Plan some longer walks with other friends with dogs, getting out in the countryside or parks … Read more