Christmas LickiMat recipe for dogs

Christmas LickiMat recipe - spinach and wet food arranged in the shape of a Christmas tree on a LickiMat

Oh Christmas tree, oh Christmas tree – how delicious you look to me! The festive season is finally upon us, and there are plenty of ways for your canine companions to join in the fun. Including our festive LickiMat recipe for dogs! This is one Christmas tree you won’t mind your dog attacking from all angles…. … Read more

How can I stop my dog jumping up?

Small cross breed dog jumping up at owner while out on a walk for treats

Those four paws bounding towards us, that waggy tail and excited face. It’s lovely when our dogs are excited to see us, but not everyone loves a dog who jumps up – especially if they’re a bigger breed! And with safety factors to think about too around children or vulnerable adults, people often ask me: … Read more

Why does my dog chew and destroy things?

Red Labrador chewing a filled food toy

Your favourite pair of shoes, the skirting board, even clothes. Discovering your dog has chewed and destroyed something that’s not meant for them can be a nightmare for us. But, if you’re wondering why your dog destroys things, the answer is simple: because they’re a dog! Do all dogs chew and destroy things? That might … Read more

Top tips for walking your dog in the dark

Cockapoo dog wearing orange light up colour for walking in the dark

During autumn the shorter days mean there’s less daylight for those all-important walkies. While your dog still needs their daily exercise, that afternoon stroll can feel less appealing when the sun’s not shining. So we’re here to help! Read our top tips for walking your dog in the dark – so you can enjoy your … Read more

How to take cute dog photos this autumn

Crunchy leaves. Dappled sunlight.  Bonfire smoke. Did we mention crunchy leaves already? One of the highlights of autumn are long walks – ideally with a dog by your side. The changing colours make a striking photo backdrop, and it’s a great opportunity to take cute dog photos this autumn. Tips for taking quality dog photos … Read more

It’s back! Our 2023 dog Advent Calendar is here… Christmas Countdown Advent Calendar for dogs standing upright, with star and paw-shaped biscuits lined up in front and pink, blue and yellow pompoms hanging from the ceiling

It’s always nice to know your Christmas gifts will be spreading joy and doing some good right? Enter the Christmas Countdown Advent Calendar. Officially on the nice list, this dog Advent Calendar is 100% recyclable and designed to spark some serious joy! Last year’s sell-out favourite, our team has been hard at work to … Read more

Is my dog afraid of the dark?

Border Collie curled up on sofa, peeking out from behind a blanket

The days are getting shorter, the weather cooler, wetter and windier – and with that comes more time in the dark for your dog. You might notice they’re barking more or seem a little nervous. This might lead you to wonder – is my dog afraid of the dark? The short answer to this is … Read more

Apple recipe ideas for your dog

Apples piled in a bowl, chopping board in front with apple chopped in half and knife to the side

Autumn has much more to offer than just pumpkin spice lattes. It’s also apple season! The good news? They’re a delicious dog-friendly snack and great source of fibre – provided you remove the pips first. Our range of seasonal recipes will help you use up any excess apples, whether you’re a keen baker or you … Read more