We’ve all done it. Scrolling through our timeline on Facebook, seeing all the pictures and news stories others have shared, and then you come across something which makes you stop, read and pay attention. Today, it happened to me. This is the infographic I saw: This instantly flashed me back to when we’d just welcomed Jaina into our home, I’d collected one of my daughters from school and we were walking home through the park. I thought it would be a nice walk home but that wasn’t to be the case. My Jaina Proudpaw is a lovely dog. Very friendly,…

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There was a time when a dogs only home was a kennel outside. Thankfully things have changed and our pets are not just welcome inside, they are the king of the apartment! In the city, space is a premium but this little Londoner has more square footage than most people. Introducing Bruno a 2 year old black and tan Miniature Dachshund who lives in North London. He has the honor of being the first ever UK Boudoir Interview What makes Bruno different to most dogs in the city? Bruno may be half a dog high and one and a half dogs…

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There is one thing that used to annoy me when I was out with the kids in our pre-dog days and, now that I have Jaina, it annoys me even more! The issue is the amount of dog mess left on the streets because people don’t clean up after their dogs have “done their business”. Some people would argue that they can’t bend down to reach it, or that it smells bad and they don’t want to carry the poop bag around with them. For some, they just can’t be bothered or don’t care. Nice attitude to have right? Sadly,…

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So I often get asked if I have pet insurance or if I have a savings account for my pets. The answer is that I do both. I have a basic pet insurance policy and I also have a high interest savings account that I put in 20%  (5% for each pet) of my earnings each month. Now, 20% of a salary may seem like a lot (it is!) but I would rather know I have the money available than have to take out a credit card (or similar) to pay the premium on my pet insurance policy or for…

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Brushing your dogs teeth can be such a pain at times. It’s something that most dogs hate having done and most owners hate doing. But there is an easy easy way to get your dog used to tooth brushing. Brushing your dogs teeth helps prevent cavities, plaque and smelly dog breath Here is a short video on how you can make your dog comfortable with having their teeth brushed Do  you want to know how to brush your dogs teeth? Watch on YouTube: How to Brush Your Dogs Teeth

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