Category: Advice

Juggling Toddlers and Dogs - Dog Furiendly

Juggling Toddlers and Dogs

This week’s guest blog comes from our lovely Explorer Dorothy! Dorothy is living with three toddlers, one in the human form and two in the furry form and BOY does she have some stories to share. Dorothy shares her experiences and lessons learned. This is a great read, especially for  anyone considering getting a dog with a toddler in the mix.

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Tips on Becoming A Single Dog Parent - Dog Furiendly

Tips on Becoming A Single Dog Parent

Valentine's Day is the perfect opportunity to spoil your dog, but even more so if they are your one and only true love. For many single dog parents, they are their significant other, roommate, companion, furry child, and yes, sometimes even a great excuse to stay in on a Friday night. Our explorer Amy is a rocking single pawrent to Angus.We all know having a puppy can be hard work, but it's even tougher to manage when you're on your own. She shares her top tips on what to expect when having a puppy as a single dog mum.

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Unlike humans, dogs don't possess the skills to communicate with us when they're hurt or unwell. Simply knowing the signs for pain and discomfort could potentially save their life! Here's Why You Should Take a Pet First Aid Course.

Why You Should Take a Pet First Aid Course

Unlike humans, dogs don't possess the skills to communicate with us when they're hurt or unwell. The majority of the time it's a guessing game, assisted by a lot of Googling right? Being trained in first aid can help you to fully understand and support your pooch in those sticky situations. Simply knowing the signs for pain and discomfort could potentially save their life! We took part on a Pets First Aid course with Pets Matter Too and boy did we learn a lot of things.

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