This month we’ve researched the best dog travel accessories to help keep your pooch safe, secure and comfortable whilst out and about. All are available to buy online.
Unfortunately we weren’t able to attend this year’s Bark in the Park in Queens Park however I hear it was as popular as ever. Having been along in previous years’ and seen the wide range of shapes and sizes I started wondering more about our pet dogs.
I was intrigued to read a letter in The Argus recently from a local resident about the ongoing problem faced by many people on streets and in parks – how to effectively manage problem-dog poo.
So you can’t teach an old dog new tricks? Think again. Apparently this old saying is, on the whole, a load of tosh because teaching our older dogs new tricks is exactly what we should be doing!
A New Year often means a ton of health resolutions for us humans, but with more dogs than ever being diagnosed as obese why not try a fitness programme for the whole family.
So – you decide to get that rescue pup you’ve always been dreaming of, or you’ve finally succumbed to your kids’/partner’s pleas and have been persuaded to get a cute little puppy. But as cute as they are puppies don’t come cheap, and what with all the food, innoculations, toys, treats and other puppy paraphernalia you’re going to be spending your cash on some good free advice wouldn’t go amiss… Right?
Yesterday was our first visit to this dog-friendly pub and we were very impressed! Friendly staff, lovely food and beer, a huge garden full of dogs and a cricket match in progress – what better way to spend a Sunday?