Hey guys, So those of your who have been following us on FB, instagram and Snapchat know we have been in Scotland for the last week on a mega road trip. This is the first big road trip we have been on with the dogs and I must tell you that they were incredibly well behaved and really surprised us all with their manners. Day 1 was a long drive from London a place in Scotland called Cupar. This took us nearly 10 hours as we had to take a break every few hours to refuel (both ourselves and the…

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When leaving Fido alone for a period of time, make sure that someone experienced and reliable is in charge so you can get on with having fun knowing your dog is in safe hands. Pet Sitters and Boarding facilities are the most popular options for leaving our pets so we decided to give you a quick guide to both Pet Sitter Comes to the house and has the benefit of watching both house and your pets Great for a multi-pet household as all pets can stay together (especially great if you have a mix of different species) Keeps the same…

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Moving apartment is a very stressful task for people and pups alike and this particular move was one of the worst for both myself and the pups. Literally everything that could go wrong, went wrong! Once all the boxes and furniture arrived at the new abode, it looked a lot like “box city” and I had to look after animals in the middle of all the chaos. TIPS FOR A SUCCESSFUL MOVE WITHOUT TRAUMATIZING YOUR PETS OR YOURSELF!!! Be Prepared Your first task is to make a “safe zone” for the pets. I had given very clear instructions for the…

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Unfortunately, tick’s are not just a country dog problem. Last year, both my dogs (and myself) picked up ticks from our local park while just out on a regular walk. Ticks are parasites that feed on the blood of their host, which can be an animal or a human. Ticks are sightless. They get around by using tiny pincer-like claws on the ends of their eight legs to grab onto rough surfaces. When a tick emerges hungrily from hibernation, it wanders blindly until it bumps into something, then grabs hold and starts climbing upward until it can rise no higher.…

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It is getting hot in the city so here are some tips to keep your pup cool as the temperatures rise Sunscreen for pets Dogs can get sunburned, especially on the ears and nose, and they can get skin cancer just like people. You can find sunscreen made for dogs, but any PABA-free sunscreen will work, says Dr. Susan Nelson,Kansas State University Sunscreen is especially important for short haired and light colored dogs where you need to apply all over your pets body. Most dogs are fine with just applying sunscreen to their ears and nose. Lots of water Be sure…

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