How To Provide Mental Stimulation For Your Dog


Your dog needs mental stimulation as well as their daily exercise. Mental stimulation enables them to be more like a dog and forces them to use their brain. Dogs that get enough mental stimulation will be more content. Dogs that don’t get enough mental stimulation can often develop behavioural problems. When dogs are bored and […]

March 31, 2014

8 Ways To Get A Good Photo Of Your Dog


Dog owners just love to take pictures of their dogs. Nobody can resist an adorable dog or puppy picture. It’s nice to be able to capture memories of your beloved pet throughout their life. If you want to get some good pictures of your pooch then there are a few handy tips that can help […]

March 30, 2014

Dog Agility Training – Benefits For Your Dog


Agility is a brilliant activity to get your dog involved in. It’s great for high energy dogs that have a lot of energy to burn. Agility provides a fun activity for your dog, and it’s beneficial for owners too. It involves training your dog to navigate through various obstacles around a course. If you are […]

March 29, 2014

Bird Profile Of The Month – Grey Heron


The Grey Heron is quite a recognisable bird, sometimes seen in people’s gardens attempting to steal pond fish. Some people even buy fake Herons to put beside their pond to deter real ones from eating their fish. They are a wading bird that can be found anywhere near water, specifically lakes, ponds and rivers and […]

March 28, 2014

Major Dog Charities In The UK


There are many fantastic charities in the UK that work with dogs. These charities exist to rescue and care for dogs that are neglected, need help or need to be rehomed. Dogs are amazing animals and they can make a huge difference to peoples lives. If you are a dog lover then you might want […]

March 26, 2014

Training Tips For Loose Lead Walking


We have all see dog owners being walked by their dog, getting pulled along and struggling to keep their dog under control. Loose lead walking is possibly one of the hardest things to teach your dog. Some dogs pick it up straight away and others take years to master the art of walking nicely on […]

March 25, 2014

What Attracts People To Bird Watching


Bird watching is a wonderful activity to get involved with. There are many benefits to taking part in bird watching, for you and for the environment. It’s easy to get started, and there is lots of support for people who are new to bird watching. If you are interested in trying bird watching then here […]

March 24, 2014

Crufts: A 2014 Write-up


The world’s largest annual dog show came to a close on Sunday 9th of March 2014 with plenty of doggy delights taking place over the four day event in Birmingham. From stalls selling food, essentials, and treats, to the prestigious Best In Show award and Discover Dogs area, there was so much on offer.

March 12, 2014

Dog Breed Profile Of The Month – Lakeland Terrier


Lakeland terriers were named after where they originated from, the Lake District. They were used as working dogs, skilfully grounding after foxes. They became an official breed through the Kennel Club in 1921. It wasn’t until 1912 when this breed was officially known as the Lakeland Terrier when a club was formed. Lakelands are well […]

March 11, 2014

Keeping Track Of Runaway Dogs


Dogs running off or escaping is a constant worry for pet owners. Even dogs who have really good recall can occasionally get spooked or find a scent and run off. Sometimes owners and dogs simply lose each other on long walks. Unfortunately dogs can also be stolen by thieves, sometimes from their own back gardens.

March 10, 2014