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  1. Dogs and Epilepsy

    Naturo Dog Mylo's pawrents (Gemma our Interim Marketing Manager and husband) found out he had epilepsy when he was three years old. Now turning six, they have learned how to manage a dog with epilepsy and want to share their story to alert other pet parents for the signs, and what to do in the event of a seizure.

    Dogs and Epilepsy
  2. Do you speak dog?

    As pet parents, we like to think that we know our beloved pooches well enough to know what they’re thinking or what they want/need from a single glance or mannerism, but do we really?

    Do you speak dog?
  3. Keeping your house cat happy

    Naturally active and inquisitive, it is important to ensure that if you choose to have a house cat, that they are appropriately stimulated and kept happy. Here, we have pulled together some tips on how to do that!

    Keeping your house cat happy
  4. How to avoid puppy farms

    Sadly, the business of puppy farming is still one that is rife across the UK and Ireland with many unfortunately falling victim to the controversial practice. Here, we are going to help you avoid inadvertently supporting this business and advise on how to make sure your pup is coming from a reputable breeder or rescue facility where they have been given the love and care they need and deserve.

    How to avoid puppy farms
  5. Dogs of the World: Cook Islands

    We all know what a day in the life of most dogs is like across the UK & Ireland and even across Europe, USA and Australia,

    Dogs of the World: Cook Islands
  6. A Day in the Life of... The Fab 5: Bringing Brandy Home

    The second part of Sales Executive Hayley's series of A Day in the Life focuses on Brandy, their beloved family Rotweiller. Hayley helps to dispel misconceptions and tips on caring for the breed. 

    A Day in the Life of... The Fab 5: Bringing Brandy Home
  7. 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
  8. Training your dog to be child friendly

    When we adopt a dog into our homes, one of the first considerations made is how they will adapt to children who either live in our home or visit our home.

    We have some tips on how to train your dog to be child friendly. Whilst it may come natural to some dogs to love and care for children, it is always advisable that they are trained properly.

    Training your dog to be child friendly
  9. A Day in the Life of... The Fab 5!

    Sales Executive Hayley managed to bring five dogs in five years to her home. Let's hear a bit about the Fab 5 - and important tips for a multi dog household. 

    A Day in the Life of... The Fab 5!
  10. A Day in the Life of... Bramble

    We have our very first guest blogger in the form of Bramble the cat! Bramble is the beloved pet cat of our Technical Manager, Deborah. 

    A Day in the Life of... Bramble