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If you want to make sure that your pet’s coat not only looks healthy but IS actually healthy, then we have some dog grooming tips to help. Once a week and always after a walk, we suggest the below checklist of what to look for: 1. Skincare – Run your fingers carefully through your dog’s
Summer has officially arrived this month, well at least until the inevitable rain returns, but for now we remain ever optimistic that we can expect a long and lovely summer. As a result we will be making the most of the British Isles and exploring all the lovely countryside, beaches and cities there are on
Welcome to The Dog House Blog. We’re here for all your questions and wonderings about dog training, and all aspects of dog care; hints, tips and expert guidance for living life with a happy, healthy dog. At The Dog House we believe a well-trained dog is a happy one, and that a deep bond with
By Debora Robertson. As featured in the Daily Mail. We have a weekend routine, my dog Barney and I. We enjoy a trip to the park followed by breakfast in a local cafe. I clip his lead around a table leg to prevent him running into London traffic, or taking off in vocal pursuit of
Do I know my name? Of course I do – I am Geoffrey, named after Geoffrey of Monmouth, the famously literary priest who basically invented King Arthur. I may be small in stature, but I am huge in impact. ‘Yappy?’ you ask. YAPPY? I have the bark of an Alsatian on a particularly baritone day.