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  • Five of best dog-friendly events - celebrate the return of dog shows this summer with some brilliant British events

    As Covid restrictions begin to ease we’re pawsitively brimming with excitement at the news that many of our favourite dog shows and events are back with a bang (or should that be a bark?). 
  • Canine cuisine

    When it comes to doggy dinners we all want to give our furry friends the best, most nutritious and natural diet we can. There is so much choice on the market that it can be a minefield when deciding which route to go.
  • What to look for when choosing a dog – it’s a pawesome journey!

    That’s it. You’re going to do it. You’ve shilly-shallied long enough, you’re going to get a dog! So how do you go about finding your perfect match?
  • Doggy DNA – is your dog really who you think he is?

    Pure breed, cross breed, or mix breed. We love our dogs for exactly who they are, but doggy DNA test can tell us what other breeds of dog are inside our furry friends. It might seem a bit silly to run a genetic test on your dog – after all, they’re not going to care about the results – but ancestry tests can also help.

  • Five rainy day dog essentials

    We wear waterproof clothes when the weather is horrible, but what about your dog? Here are five rainy day doggy products that he just might thank you for, and so will your carpets! 
  • Dogstrology - Could dogs be affected by the stars?

    In astrology, like us, dogs fall under one of 12 zodiac signs. The sign that your dog was born under impacts the way he interacts with the world. Each sign also has its own set of strengths, weaknesses, personality traits and attitudes. Read on to find out if your dog’s personality really is down to the stars!
  • Best Dog Tech for 2021

    Uncertain times breed the need for hugs and affection, and our canine companions are only too happy to oblige. They bring fun and laughter to every occasion and provide solace and snuggles when we’re sad. 
  • The highs and lows of the lockdown puppy

    Firstly, let me say that sharing your life with a dog is the best thing in the world. They give so much and ask for so little in return, so why is it that so many lockdown dogs are being rehomed, resold or handed in to rescue centres?