Here's our top five walks that you can enjoy with your four-legged friend — tried and tested!
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Are you looking to try something different with your dog? We've put together a list of things you could try with your dog that you'll both enjoy – think of it as a bucket list for your dog!
The nominees for this year's CEVA awards have been announced. Now in it's seventh year, the awards recognise extraordinary professionals and people from the farming, veterinary and charity industries, who go the extra mile in the name of animal welfare.
If you have a bag full of baby socks your little ones have grown out of, you can put them to good use helping poorly animals.
Are you going to be tuning into the new series of 'Secret Life of Dogs' tonight at 9pm?
It's amazing what generalisations have been made about our canines, though we can probably all admit to thinking that some of these were true at some stage! So why not read our top five and know your doggy fact from fiction...
Although training and exercising your dog indoors is no substitute for taking him for regular walks, these exercises will keep him happy and entertained when the weather is bad!
PDSA have launched this year's Pet Fit Club pet slimming contest, as it warns that a bad diet and lack of exercise is fuelling a “pet obesity time bomb”.
Does your dog enjoy a bit of Bob Marley? New research suggests that he might!
We all love our girlfriends, boyfriends, husbands, and wives – but we all know our dogs are better! Here are ten reasons why...
Dog experts have revealed new research that suggests that like us, dogs can suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), with over half (61%) of UK dog owners noticing a difference in their dogs behaviour during the winter months.
You may find them quite astonishing...
1. You discover a whole new vocal range that you never knew you had when you meet your dog for the first time: “Oh my goodness, he is so CUTE! Who's a cutey wutey?!"
Andrea McHugh offers 10 tips to keep your dog clean and tidy on a muddy winter, or even British summer, walk.
As we all know, it doesn’t take many showers to turn a favourite dog walk into a mud bath. And if the rain continues to fall for any length of time, you are left with the problem of dealing with a wet and muddy dog twice a day, which can take the edge off a nice long walk. These 10 ideas will help keep your dog clean and dry.
The RSPCA has reported an increase in the number of so-called 'designer' breeds, such as French Bulldogs, coming into its care, with many simply being abandoned.
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