4 Top Tips For Driving With Your Dog

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Driving with your dog. Many of us are adventuring further afield from our usual dog walking routes and travelling to new places now that spring is in the air! Some dogs love the car but others have had limited experiences (or simply don’t like it). As with humans, they’re all different. So today, we thought

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What Happens If Your Dog Eats Chocolate?

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Easter is just around the corner, which means sitting rooms will soon be littered with Easter Eggs and other variations of chocolate treats. This is something that both children and adults alike look forward to, and it can certainly attract the interest of your four-legged family member too. If we eat too much chocolate, we

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6 Springtime dangers for pets

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Spring has officially sprung and it’s nice to be able to get out in the garden once again, and the best thing any pet owner can do is to be educated on potential garden dangers, as some of the plants and products we commonly use in our garden can be very toxic to animals. 1.Plants

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Finding Beau’s forever home

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Beau first arrived at the German Shepherd Rescue Elite Bristol Kennels tremendously nervous and stressed and completely scared of her own shadow. The staff and volunteers worked hard to get Beau less stressed but they could see that this would take time, teaching and patience. At the Bristol Kennels, Beau was surrounded by experienced dog

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How to help your dog with Separation Anxiety

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Dogs who suffer from Separation Anxiety can find the experience of being left on their own, without any human companion, pretty traumatic. Their reliance on human companionship can be so extreme that they are left unable to emotionally cope with any period of solo time, even just a few minutes. For their owners, it can

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Beau: On the road to recovery

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Beau arrived at the German Shepherd Rescue Elite Essex Kennels where she was due to be put to sleep if they hadn’t stepped in to help her. At that point she was tremendously stressed and was completely scared of her own shadow and the slightest of noises. Beau was never really any good with men

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Are you ready for Crufts 2019?!

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As we are approaching Crufts 2019, no doubt you are planning your day (or days) to fit in all the best things that Crufts has to offer. From spotting your favourite breeds in the show ring, all the shopping, to watching exciting demonstrations such as the Police dog unit, we’ve devised a handy guide to

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Fundraising events with dogs in 2019!

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As it’s Comic Relief this month, it got us thinking! There’s something special about spending quality time with your dog and sharing adventures together…but have you ever thought about doing this AND raising money for a charity or two at the same time? Wouldn’t that be amazing? Thankfully there are plenty of opportunities to do

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