In part two of the big swap series I have found out about, tried and compared the four food brands we spoke about in the last post, and have decided on a new food for Ember. Advertisements
In an attempt to stop Ember ‘acting like a kid on smarties’ the vet recommended we change Ember from puppy food over to a good adult blend. Puppy food is typically more fatty than adult food and can, like our vets says, be the cause for Ember’s hungriness (of course also her breed) and craziness. … More The big food swap | Part 1
Some people love winter. The short days, snuggling under the blanket by the fire and wearing comfy sweaters. I am not one of these people, summer is always a more comforting time and I naturally feel more motivated when the sun comes out and there’s more daylight for adventures. Everyone feels sad this time of … More Dealing with Winter Blues
There are thousands of dogs in shelters looking for new forever homes. If you are great enough to help one of these pups out, be proud of the fact you are giving a dog a second chance they deserve. Adopting a rescue dog is completely rewarding but it is also slightly more complicated than buying … More Things every rescue dog owner needs to know
‘One in five dog owners not ready for the important changes in microchipping law’ – Dogs Trust From April 2016 it will become compulsory for all dogs to be microchipped with their owners details. The new law is being implemented in order to ensure the number of lost and abandoned dogs is reduced. It will … More Are you ready for the new microchipping legislation?
Christmas is coming (read that in a Jon Snow voice, of course) in fact, it’s only a week until Christmas Day. It’s Ember’s first Christmas with us and while Christmas is supposed to be stressful, with some fun too, it’s obviously more stressful when you are a dog owner. In order to make sure that … More Dog Owners Christmas Safety Survival Guide
Bringing a dog into your life is one of the most rewarding and fun choices you can make. What’s better thanks waking up to s smiling face, wagging tail and licks all over your face? Plus there are a lot of scientific proven benefits than owning a dog can bring into our lives. If you’re … More 10 Reasons to get a Dog
The dark evening are back (where did the summer go?) It’s important to say safe when walking in the evenings, here’s some tips:
The first night with your new addition is the first and hardest hurdle in your new relationship. Not only is their new home a completely new surrounding, with new people and new smells, it is probably the first time they have ever been alone.
It’s almost time for Halloween one of the spookiest nights of the year especially for your dogs. Here’s seven helpful tips to help your dogs have a treatful 31 October.