How to teach your dog to play fetch

While some dogs pick up fetch pretty quickly, others may be confused as to why you'd throw a perfectly good toy or may chase the object but just not bring it back. So, how do you help your furry friend learn how to fetch like a pro? Try these tips below:  Pick something they're interested in  Perhaps the most important rule of all. Your dog isn’...
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Tabby's Tale

Tabby’s tale is a classic story of rags to riches. He is a cat who made the switch and now enjoys a happy, healthy raw-fed life. This is why he is the perfect inspiration for Tabby’s Table. 
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Tips for caring for blind dogs

How important is sight to our four-legged friends?  Blind Dog Rescue UK states sight is the third most important sense for our dogs, with scent and hearing being more important and useful to our dogs.  Dogs sniff and learn about their environment.   Dogs are great listeners, telling us someone is walking to  the front door before the doorbell ri...
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I’M MUTTS ABOUT YOU!

WOOF! magazine gets an inside look at schnauzer stars’ wedding! EXCLUSIVE: Award-winning Raw Dog Food CED (Chief Executive Dog) Poppy, of Poppy’s Picnic, marries Garry in a stunning Wiltshire ceremony with their furry friends by their side. The couple invited WOOF! magazine along to chronicle their beautiful big day and here, they exclusively t...
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Poppy's favourite Uk Dog Walks

It's National Walk Your Dog Week (1st - 7th October) and we're encouraging you to grab the leads (and the poo bags!) and head outside for a walk with your furry friend. There are so many great benefits for daily dog walks including improving your dogs health, reducing stress and providing mental stimulation. And with all that energy your dog is...
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Eye health tips for dogs and cats

It’s pet eye health week (20th - 26th September) so we’ve put together some tips on how to care for your dog and cat’s eye health and ensure they are healthy and happy.   CHECK YOUR CAT/DOG’S EYES REGULARLY & KEEP AN EYE OUT FOR SYMPTOMS Check your dog and cat’s eyes regularly for any signs of trauma,  illness, redness, discharge, or swellin...
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