It seems to be that time of year again. The weather improves and so many dogs start to stray from home. We thought it would be a great idea to have a chat to someone who dedicates their career to reuniting dogs with their owners. We are so lucky to have a great friend in Hollie Morrell (a dog warden…

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This year we made a pledge to reduce the amount of waste we have within the household and reduce our pollution levels. For the humans, it was relatively easy- carry our own carrier bags, don’t use the car, purchase products in no plastic, recycle where ever possible, go paperless, and compost any leftovers. However, after having done this for a few…

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Begin preparing your dog for the new arrival as soon as you can. The more time you spend training your dog, the easier it will be for your dog to adjust. Months in advance work on your dogs general behaviour is to a good standard. Teach him not to jump up, not pull on lead and come when called make…

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Crate training is a great way to keep your house and new puppy safe in it’s home. It is also an essential tool for house training and building up bladder control. It takes puppies and dogs a little while to get used to crate training but using a boredom buster toys and treats help ease the process. Introducing the Crate…

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Providing you have the necessary permissions from your building and landlord having a dog in the city can be one of the most pleasurable experiences of urban living. SIZE One thing you need to take into consideration when choosing a city dog is the size of your dog versus the size of the space they will be living in. If…

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