Sarah Gleave

Now the summer is over and all the warnings about ‘not leaving your dog in cars’ posts and infographics are no longer circulating, it’s easy to forget about all the winter hazards dog owners should be aware of. I recently posted a blog about things that are poisonous to dogs and shared it in all the regular places. One comment I got back was “I didn’t know about half of those”. So, it got me thinking. There are a lot of things that are dangerous to dogs that we just don’t know about. So, please enjoy my list of winter hazards dog owners should be aware of.
Tuesday, 15 October 2019 08:36

Canine Equipment – Tail wagging FAQ’s

Read our Super-Blog about all things ‘canine equipment’ related! We cover essential topics, including:
Tuesday, 15 October 2019 08:35

Dog Poisons – Top 6

Dog poisons, a number 1 search for Christmas. In this blog, I’ll share with you my research regarding things that are toxic to our dogs. Chocolate, Christmas Pudding & Mince Pies, Mistletoe, Christmas Trees, cigarettes and e-cigarettes.
Tuesday, 15 October 2019 08:34

Training your dog to come when called

Training your dog to come when you call them is essential. There are many reasons why people fail to teach this behaviour correctly. I’m going to start by helping you with things YOU might be doing wrong, these things you should correct immediately.
Tuesday, 15 October 2019 08:33

Autumn Winter Pet Products

Autumn Winter Pet Products have been on my mind for a couple of months. I’m not a big fan of the summer and to be fair I’ve been itching for August since last August! It’s also fair to say that I am a big advocate for dog safety and being seen in the low light as the days start to get shorter is something I want to help you plan.
Tuesday, 15 October 2019 08:33

Dog Parks in the UK

Dog parks are something that has recently risen in popularity in the UK. It’s something that has been popular in the USA for some time. A dog park in the UK is a place where dog owners take their dogs to exercise them. You can hire a fenced in field for a relatively small fee and either use it on your own or in groups.
What should I put on my dogs’ ID tag? While a dog is in public, it is required by law to wear an identification tag with the owner’s name and address on it. Some dogs are exempt, see the list below. In practical terms, we think it’s a good idea to have your mobile phone number on the dogs’ ID tag too.
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