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.
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.