I just saw an article by the BBC about an app that the emergency services are starting to use. It allows them to locate someone easily, so long as that ‘someone’ has the what3words app on their phone of course. It reminded me of an event, many years ago, when I was the one needing the emergency services to come and rescue me – not just me: me, my dog and my partner.Continue reading How to be found in an emergency
You get to meet so many wonderful dog parents when you sell dog treats. One thing that often comes up in conversation is what we feed our mutts. Every now and again a dog owner will tell me “oh, I had no idea dogs can’t eat onions!”.
So I thought I’d offer you all this infograph, just in case you didn’t know either. Onions aren’t the only thing we shouldn’t give our beloved 4-legged family members…
At the Revesby Country Fair last weekend I ended up having a similar conversation with different dog owners about how they got their new dog. An interesting idea came up in most of the conversations: whether we choose a new dog or let the dog choose us.Continue reading How do you choose a new dog – or does it choose you?
The summer heat can be exhausting for dogs. People can find ways to cool down much more efficiently than dogs can. A dog can only sweat through its paw pads and nostrils. It reduces its temperature by panting, but sometimes this is not enough. Read on for tips on how to look after your dog in the heat this summer.Continue reading Look after your 4-legged family member this summer