The Dangers of Coastal Paths for Dogs

Dogs, Uncategorized

If you enjoy a good walk in the countryside, it is hard to beat a day out exploring a picturesque coastal path. With amazing views, the sea beneath you and the ever changing terrain, you are guaranteed to have a wonderful time. It is an experience that you will want to share with your pooch, […]

May 31, 2017

Moving House with Your Pets

Dogs, Uncategorized

Moving house is incredibly stressful, even when you are looking forward to the benefits of your new home. But imagine what it would be like if you didn’t understand what was going on and suddenly found yourself in a place that you didn’t recognise. That is how your pets are going to feel when you […]

May 30, 2017

Puppy Training Classes


I attended a puppy training class for the first time last night. This wasn’t an obvious choice for an evening out as I don’t have a dog! However, my friend invited me along as I often walk her little darling. I thought that I should attend to pick up a few tips as I had […]

May 25, 2017

United Airlines Bans Big Bunnies

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It hasn’t been a good year for United Airlines. After a video of a doctor being forcibly removed from one of its planes went viral, the company must have thought that things couldn’t get any worse. But they were wrong! United have now managed to kill a giant bunny which looked set to become the […]

May 24, 2017

Hyperthyroidism In Cats


Hyperthyroidism is a condition which has long been recognised in humans. However, cats were not diagnosed with the condition until the 1970s. Causing weight loss despite a voracious appetite, hyperthyroidism is now instantly recognisable as it has become so common in felines. Which makes you wonder what could have caused such an epidemic?

May 23, 2017

A Puppy’s First Trip to The Beach

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My partner and I were delighted to be able to take my friend’s gorgeous puppy to the beach last weekend. It was the adorable Darcey’s first trip to the coast and I couldn’t wait to see her reaction. We had a wonderful day but our expedition wasn’t without incident. It didn’t take long for me […]

May 22, 2017

Should Britain be More Dog Friendly?

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There are more than 8 million pet dogs in Britain. Each of those dogs has an average of two owners. So, that’s 16 million people whose everyday lives are shared with their canine friends. We are an animal friendly nation and yet there are still many areas which remain no-go areas for dogs.

May 18, 2017

The Tonkinese Cat Owners Guide


The Tonkinese is a breed which was established by the cross-breeding of Siamese and Burmese cats. Naturally, the Tonkinese has physical traits taken from both breeds, but the facial markings are definitely inherited from the Siamese.

May 17, 2017

The Duke That Became A Mayor

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While not entirely implausible, it is fairly unlikely that a Duke would become a Mayor. Except, in this story, the Duke in question is a dog; a Great Pyrenees, to be exact. Duke was elected Mayor of Cormorant, Minnesota, USA, for the third time in 2016. Yes, you read that correctly – As of December […]

May 16, 2017