Introducing your dog to a face mask

After the new government announcements this week, it is now advised to wear face coverings in the shape of a mask, scarf or bandanna when leaving the home. Therefore, it would be a good idea to start introducing your dog to the face covering you and your family members maybe wearing in the coming weeks…

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Coronavirus Latest Update 13/05/2020

Following the update from the government and new guidelines from CFSG this week, we can continue to board your dogs in a safe and responsible manner.  We are taking all the necessary precautions to adhere to social distancing and following the advice issued to the pet care sector from the CFSG (www.cfsg.org.uk). We appreciate your cooperation…

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Coronavirus in Dogs: The Facts You Need to Know

Coronavirus has been declared a pandemic by the WHO, and the UK is taking measures to prevent the spread of the virus. But for us dog lovers out there, an important question remains; do we need to worry about Coronavirus in dogs? There are many conflicting thoughts and opinions on whether this new virus can…

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Foods Poisonous to Dogs: The Most Common Culprits!

Every year, a significant number of dogs end up at the vet after eating or drinking something they shouldn’t have. Sadly, our homes are filled with foods poisonous to dogs that we need to be aware of. Unlike cats, dogs tend to not be as discriminating when it comes to what they eat; they may…

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How to Help Your Dog Lose Weight Healthily

Health is one of the most important things in the world for us to look after, and it’s no different for our dogs. As owners, we need to do all that we can to help them live the healthiest happiest lives that we can. That never stops, and it’s affected by a variety of different…

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How Often Should You Wash Your Dog?

If you’ve ever taken your dog to the park more than once in the same week, chances are, you’ve found yourself asking yourself this more often than once. Pet hygiene is still something that needs consideration after all. You wouldn’t let a human do that, so how much different can a dog be? How often…

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5 Signs of a Bored Dog and How to Fix Them

In the busy world we currently live in, sometimes even the most important things like our pets can get neglected. It isn’t intentional, but there are tonnes of ways a bored dog can show you they’re restless and not getting enough attention. It could be that you’ve been at work and they have been left…

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What Should you Feed Your Dog?

Keeping your dog as healthy as possible is always the most important thing you can do. There are multiple ways to make sure that happens, and one of the biggest is to find out what should you feed your dog on a daily basis. If you’re familiar with pet care or you’ve owned a dog for…

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What you Need to Know About Walking Your Dog in Winter

Walking your dog is something that we have to do all year round, and walking your dog in winter is no different. There are no excuses. It’s an essential thing to do for their health in every sense possible. It keeps them happy, stops them getting bored, makes them exercise more, manages their weight, manages their…

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The Benefits of Being a Dog Carer With PetStay

Being a dog carer has more benefits than you might first think. Most people think it’d be a fun thing to do and may even be jealous of those that do it professionally. It’s understandable; dogs are some of the best creatures imaginable. If you’ve ever felt like looking after some yourself but without all…

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