Christmas and your Canine Companion

Christmas is almost upon us again and the shops are filling with sparkles. Whether you love or hate the festive season it is difficult to go far without your senses reeling from carols, lights and selection boxes. Your dog too, depending on his nature, will either enjoy the temporary changes that Christmas brings or he will become worried. For the more emotionally…

Brighten up your Dog Walks – Go Geocaching

Dog walking is nice, it’s great in fact, but what if you had the opportunity to take part in a worldwide treasure hunt every time you went? Welcome to the community activity that is geocaching. Although it’s been around for a while now the idea of Geocaching is only really well known to the people who take part. But it is brilliant,…

A Healthy and Happy Dog – Guest Blog

It is interesting how many dog owners look towards training and behaviour advice before looking at other things, truly basic things, which could be affecting how their pet behaves. We hear it all the time don’t we, how good food and regular exercise affects our physical and mental well- being. Well read on, because the same things affect our dogs. Food Dog…

Pet Blood Bank – Help save another dogs life

Give Blood

Did you know dogs can give blood? Neither did we until we discovered Pet Blood Bank. The UK’s first and only charity of its kind that provides a canine blood bank service, helping to save the lives of many loyal companions across the UK.  Just as we can give blood to help other people, the same applies for our canine friends. Each time…

Our Borrowed Yummy Liver Cake Recipe

Homemade Dog Treat

Everyone likes to feed they dogs healthy treats, especially when you hear about so many dogs these days becoming allergic to different foods. Many are filled with different preservatives and additives which can’t be good for our dogs. A few years ago we got a few recipes for treats from our dogs breeder Rachel, and the one our gang love the most is undoubtedly Liver Cake. So we…