Why Office Dogs Make The Best Co-Workers, Even At Home! #BringYourDogToWorkDay

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Working from home has become the new normal of late and with this new office set-up, you may have found yourself sharing your office space with a new co-worker: your dog! Cue those ZOOM meetings when your dog decides to join in! Whether you’re still working from home with your four-legged co-worker or returning to

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How To Keep Dogs In A Fit Condition or Stimulate Competitive and Working Dogs

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While this situation evolves daily, we are seeing both upcoming events, end of season events and even next season’s events being cancelled. With this, we are restricted to exercising once a day. Whilst the situation has caused an upset across all dog sports, now is a good time to focus on how we can keep

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Top Tips for Fun at Home With Your Dog

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We’re living in an uncertain world at the moment. For many of us, our normal routines are changing due to the fight against Coronavirus / COVID19. Amongst all the chaos your dog will remain by your side and together, you might even be able to put this lockdown to good use. The aim of our

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Are you ready for Crufts 2020?!

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As we are approaching Crufts 2020, 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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Pawscars ‘Exhibitor of the Year’ Nominees 2020

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The Pawscars is the culmination of the show dog year that aims to congratulate those who have excelled in their expertise. We are always excited for ‘Exhibitor of the Year’ category as we have sponsored this category for 6 years as it’s an award to highlight those exhibitors who have excelled not just in the

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Overweight Dog? Top Tips to Help Them Lose Weight.

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When you’re at your local veterinary surgery, it’s likely you’ll hear the words “pop your dog on the scales.” For many, this is just part of the process. Others reading this may have experienced a slightly different feeling! A dreaded feeling in the pit of your stomach might lurch up, as deep down you know…“I

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Pet Theft – How to Keep Your Pet Safe.

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Dogs are our loyal companions. They’d do anything for us and we’d do anything for them. One of our commitments as a pet parent is to keep our dogs safe. Sadly, in recent years, despite the very best efforts of owners, this has become even harder to do due to an increase in the number

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Discover How Dog Balm Can Protect Skin, Paws & Noses Naturally

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Protect your dog’s skin, paws & nose naturally with dog balm For cuts, grazes, skin irritations or sore paws, dog friendly skin and paw balms are a great addition to your doggy first aid kit and something to always have on hand. Seasons, allergies, and breed types can all affect how a dog’s skin reacts

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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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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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