Pumpkins are everywhere around this time of year, especially with the lead up to Halloween. This vegetable may be mostly known for it's carving ability, but it's also enjoyed in dishes such as soup, pumpkin pie and even stuffed pumpkin. However, it's not just us humans who can enjoy a
The total change in routine as a result of lockdown can be quite stressful for our dogs, even if they’re getting to spend a bit more time with us than normal!
Giving them some chilled out time with an enrichment activity can be a great way to help them relax.
It’s that time of year again where there are lots of fireworks and they will happen in most areas in the UK pretty regularly now until the new year, possibly even into the Chinese New Year!
It can be a scary time for our dogs and a frustrating time for us
It’s been a wet start to Autumn and you’ve probably already had your fair share of wet and muddy dog walks by now. If you want to take a break from the rain and keep your dog entertained indoors instead, then we’ve put together some of our favourite activities to
The evenings are getting darker, the air is colder and frost has even started making an appearance in the mornings. Halloween has crept up on us again this year.
It may seem like a fun time of year for us humans, but for our canine friends, it can be daunting as
Now we’re well into September, summer is coming to an end and we will soon be saying hello to Autumn. This change in season comes with an unfortunate list of hazards for our canine friends. In this article, we will discuss what to be aware of when you’re on your
Current government guidelines regarding the Covid-19 pandemic requires you to self-isolate for 14 days once returning to the UK from select abroad countries. This restriction means that you MUST only be within your home and garden at all times. Unfortunately, this does apply to exercise and dog walking too.
We all love our dogs, but bonding with them can sometimes feel difficult in the beginning, especially if they have come to you from a rescue centre. Just like with humans, to bond you need to build up your trust, understanding and relationship with each other.
If you are feeling
Play is such an important activity for dogs, and taking some time out of our day to spend quality time with our dogs with no distractions is great for our mental health too!
Just a few of the benefits of play include:
Mental Stimulation - This is such an important one. Just
For many of us, summer means spending time outdoors with our friends, families, and furry companions. Unfortunately, many of our favourite outdoor spaces are also home to dangerous, parasitic pests known as ticks. However, with the right tools and information, it's easy to keep you and your dog tick free