Do dogs get hayfever? While many of us are all too familiar with the dreaded itchy eyes and runny nose that is hay fever, did you know that hay fever in dogs can also occur? Our precious pooches are just as susceptible to hay fever as we are, so if you are a dog owner, it’s important to make sure that you’re prepared to deal with it – just in case. Continue reading
Dogs are important members of the family and there is no better feeling than being able to make a beloved family member smile with the gift of a fun new toy to play with! However, with so many of us feeling the pinch, having the spare cash to buy your best friend fur-ever a fun treat can be a rare occasion. Luckily, there’s no need to break the bank!
Cats are extremely curious creatures, but they are also very wary of strangers and unknown situations. There are plenty of people out there who think that this caution is just a sign of an aloof and antisocial personality, but we disagree. The stereotype of cats being selfish and unloving is unreasonable. There are plenty of pussycats who adore attention, cuddling and sometimes even games of fetch – it all depends on your cat’s individual personality.
Going on holiday can be a stressful affair, especially when you are carting around a young family and have pets to worry about too. Sometimes you need a holiday, just to get over the holiday! Rather than spending twice as much to send your pet on their own holiday when you’re away, consider treating your family to a staycation in the UK this year and take yourselves off to the wonderful Yorkshire coast, where a plethora of dog-friendly activities and beaches await you! Continue reading
We’re not sure you need an excuse to celebrate and pamper your darling pooch – in fact, we know you don’t! Don’t worry, though, because we encourage you wholeheartedly!
Celebrate the special bond an owner shares with their dog and highlight the different roles a four-legged friend can play in your life. It’s also a great way to create awareness about the importance of rescuing and protecting dogs.
Getting a new dog or puppy can be a lot of fun and excitement, but to ensure that life with your new pooch is everything you want it to be, you should incorporate dog training tips into everyday life. Not only will this training help you to bond with your pet, but it will also help you harness their energy when you need to.
Not sure where to start? We have some excellent new dog training tips to ensure that everything goes smoothly.
Deciding to make the move and adopt a brand new furry friend is always a big decision. The arrival of your new family member will bring a whole host of responsibilities, and it’s never more important to be sure you are making the right decision than when you are choosing to welcome a kitten into your home.
The decision to bring a new puppy or a dog into your home is a big decision, but one that many people make. The addition of a fur baby to your family is one that not only brings a lot of joy and love, but one which also needs some work to ensure your new pooch fits in nicely. Nip all of those potential bad habits in the bud before they become a problem with our fantastic puppy training tips.