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Emergency First Aid Tips for Your Dog

 Life is always full of surprises, both good and bad. Your pet may become very ill or be injured while at home but the risks are higher when outside, whether it’s while walking,   in a park or if you’re out hiking. You should always be repaired for all emergencies. Store your vet and emergency numbers in your mobile phone and wallet/purse so you can call them while enroute so they can be there ready to … Read more…

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Moving House Guide for Pet Owners

Any time you have to move house, it’s a very stressful time for everyone involved, and that includes your pet. Learn how to make it easier for you to help your precious dog make that transition with a minimum of fuss. Moving isn’t just what you do on moving day. It takes weeks or even months of planning and packing after you have found somewhere to move to, regardless of whether you’re buying or renting. … Read more…

Holiday time and your dog

Holiday time is fun for the whole family. But you have to consider what you’re going to do with your puppy. Are you going somewhere that he is welcome? Do you have to leave him behind? There are lots of camping grounds and caravan parks that let you take your puppy. But never assume you can take him. Always ask when you make your booking to avoid embarrassment later. If you take puppy with you, … Read more…

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Holiday time and your dog

Holiday time is fun for the whole family. But you have to consider what you’re going to do with your puppy. Are you going somewhere that he is welcome? Do you have to leave him behind? There are lots of camping grounds and caravan parks that let you take your puppy. But never assume you can take him. Always ask when you make your booking to avoid embarrassment later.   If you take puppy with … Read more…