15th June 2020
With face masks becoming the norm in supermarkets, on public transport and in other public places during the global pandemic, it’s important to ensure dogs become acclimatised to seeing people wearing masks, especially their owners.
4th May 2020
By certified dog trainer Mikkel Becker in collaboration with Sure Petcare technology products.
20th April 2020
If you are self-isolating and you, your partner, your children and your dog are all at home, there are things you can do to ensure your dog stays happy and properly cared for.
13th February 2020
Dogs are renowned for being open with their displays of affection. Many of us treat them as a member of the family and it’s nice to get feedback from them that they love us in return. This Valentine’s Day why not take a look at these five signs that your dog loves you.
13th January 2020
Many of us plan to exercise more as part of our New Year health and fitness plan, and, as dog owners, what better way to approach this than exercising with your pet.
23rd September 2019
Fleas can settle in your carpet and soft furnishings, so it’s important to treat your house as well as your dog for your best chance of eradicating them. If you just treat your dog, then any fleas that have settled round your home could keep landing on your dog, making them harder to get rid of in the long run.
4th April 2019
Have you ever thought about what your dog gets up to when you’re not at home? If your dog is on their own in the house during the day, then it’s likely they won’t be getting up to much. Being largely inactive is pretty normal for dogs when they’re alone.
4th February 2019
Vaccinations, neutering, flea and tick treatments, worming and microchipping; these are all things that dog owners need to consider to ensure their pet stays in good health. Here, we take a closer look at these aspects of essential dog care.
29th October 2018
Having a dog can help to teach your children how to be compassionate towards animals. You’ll need to give your children guidance though to teach them how to behave properly around your dog. Here are some top tips to ensure your children and your dog get along well.
18th July 2018
Like many dog owners, you probably see your dog as a member of the family, so when it comes to going on holiday, you want your dog to go with you. When choosing accommodation for your holiday, there are many options out there that welcome dogs and even cater for their needs. Here are some ideas to get you started this summer.
12th July 2018
Some dogs may find air travel stressful, but taking your dog abroad can really make a holiday and once there, your dog may be happier with you than staying at home. If you’re ready to take the plunge with your pooch, read on for advice on taking your dog on a plane.
21st June 2018
It wouldn’t be right if we were a pet company who didn’t allow pets at work – we have a dog in the office most days and we love the joy and calm that they bring! To celebrate Bring Your Dog to Work Day on 22nd June, we thought we’d take a look at how to make sure your dog is comfortable in the office and what the benefits are to you and your colleagues of having a dog around while you’re working.
29th April 2016
Dogs are part of the family and there will be many times when you will want your dog to travel in the car with you, whether it’s for days out or during a trip to the vets. You will need to ensure that your dog is safely secured in the car so that he doesn’t distract you while you’re driving. It’s also important that your dog feels happy and safe in the car.
6th April 2016
It’s important to groom your dog to keep his coat in tip top condition. Grooming not only removes loose fur, but removes dirt as well.
5th April 2016
With compulsory microchipping coming into force on the 6th April, now is the time to get your dog microchipped if you haven’t already done so.
26th August 2014
A collar and tag is a great way to identify your dog, but what would happen if your dog were to get lost and lose its collar? There would be no easy way to identify them unless they were microchipped. Unlike a collar and tag, there is no chance of a microchip getting lost, making it a very effective form of pet identification.