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  1. Pet Parent Guilt is Real: Nine in Ten Dog Owners have Experienced it

    We surveyed over 1000 dog owners in the UK to understand the depth of their relationships with their animals, and the results reveal multiple reasons which could bring on a bout of pet parent guilt, especially as life returns to a ‘new normal’ after over a year of lockdown. 

    Pet Parent Guilt is Real: Nine in Ten Dog Owners have Experienced it
  2. Does my Dog have a Gluten intolerance?

    Yes, dogs can be gluten intolerant or allergic too! Here we have an overview of what that is, symptoms to look out for, and how you can find out if your dog needs to adjust its diet.

    Does my Dog have a Gluten intolerance?
  3. You're going back to work?!

    If you haven’t already, most of us (hopefully!) will soon begin the return to work after a lot of time at home. So, what does this mean for our pets?  

    You're going back to work?!
  4. From Puppyhood to Seniorhood – How do Dog’s Personalities and Behaviours evolve?

    Just like us, our four-legged friends show their true character when they feel most comfortable in the home environment. Our pets evolve the most as they become closer to us, their pawrents, as we help them gain more confidence with time. From a puppy to an adult – here we look at the common stages of changes in personality over the course of our dog’s lifetime.

    From Puppyhood to Seniorhood – How do Dog’s Personalities and Behaviours evolve?
  5. Quirky Pet Habits We Know Too Well

    If you have been lucky enough to become a pet pawrent, you will know some of the strange things your four-legged friend does daily. However, just like human behaviour, their quirky habits can also be explained.

    Quirky Pet Habits We Know Too Well
  6. A Day in the Life of…Leo!

    We get to know our Placement Student Sales Assistant Toma’s French Bulldog Leo and what a day in his life looks like!

    A Day in the Life of…Leo!
  7. Keeping Your Pet Safe at Easter

    Holidays, Easter Hunts, Fun, and Chocolate. The long Easter weekend is the perfect time to put your feet up and indulge in some of your most favourite treats and cooking. However, in order to ensure your pets enjoy their long Easter weekend with you at home just as much, it is important to take some precautions.

    Keeping Your Pet Safe at Easter
  8. Fleas and ticks: symptoms and treatment

    Fleas and ticks are always something to look out for in our pets and we should be conducting regular checks. Here we have some signs to look out for and advice on treatment.

    Fleas and ticks: symptoms and treatment
  9. Preparing for a puppy

    Becoming a puppy pawrent is a very exciting time, but it also means a lot of hard work! We have pulled together a few things to think about and what to expect and think about when welcoming a puppy into your home.

    Preparing for a puppy
  10. 5 things only a pawrent knows

    When you welcome a four-legged friend into your life, a lot of things change, and they are usually for the better. There are some things that only a paw-rent will know….

    5 things only a pawrent knows
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