Sometimes having a City dog is the best thing in the world, other times the world makes it unnecessarily hard on us and our dogs. Having said that, we compiled a list of 10 things that every City Dog owner will understand.   1. When your dog will only pee on grass and there is none to be found nearby 2. Being on Trash alert   3. No Dogs Allowed signs when you just want to have brunch with your pup 4. Apartments having age/weight/breed restrictions   5. Taxi drivers giving you the evil eye and refusing to stop  …

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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 weeks we realized that the dogs and all their necessities were producing a huge amount of waste that we wanted to reduce. The obvious ways to reduce waste are to recycle dog food tins, buy reduced packaging products, etc so…

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This is probably the question we get asked the most, and has the most complex set of answers. Is it possible to have a dog yet still work full time? Theoretically, yes of course it is. However, careful consideration needs to be made to make sure you pick the right dog and your funds allow. Every dog we have had is different. Riley my retriever would happily be left home alone with a few food stuffed Kongs and the tv and would spend the entire day sleeping and eating. The times I did organize a dog walker for him, he…

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Wow, what a year 2016 has been. Started off the year moving to Central London. Spent a long weekend in France with the dogs. We went to Crufts for the first time. We organised a fun train ride for dogs and raised ¬£300 for animal rescue. Had a road trip to Scotland with the dogs. We teamed up with Rockster Superfood and donated food, toy and treat boxes to homeless dogs in East Sussex Fostered and helped rehome loads and loads and loads of dogs   Thank you all for being a part of our journey   Lots of love…

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