A new addition – choosing a puppy

Lupo our Dobermann, is 11 years old now, and his greying face and growing ailments is a stark reminder he won’t always be here. He’s still enjoying his daily walks, but can’t go as far as he used to without getting too tired, especially when the weather is warm. He’s on anti-inflammatories to help his back and back legs – without the medicine his back … Continue reading A new addition – choosing a puppy

Joii app offers remote vet care for pet owners

Taking your nervous cat or dog to the vets can be a stressful time, and with the rising cost of veterinary care, it’s no wonder more pet owners are turning to the internet to self-diagnose.  New app, Joii, uses complex algorithms written by vets coupled with AI technology, that will help close the gap between Google and vets. Pet owners can find out quickly if … Continue reading Joii app offers remote vet care for pet owners

Itch Pet Review: Try flea and worming treatment for free

How do you remember the last time you gave your dog worming or flea treatment? Personally, I go through the laborious task of scrolling through my Amazon order history. There’s been a little more orders on there this year, as you can imagine, so it’s not the fastest way to find out it’s time to order tablets for Lupo again. If like me you could … Continue reading Itch Pet Review: Try flea and worming treatment for free

Most UK Pet Owners Care More About their Dog than Themselves

For centuries, dog has been a man’s best friend, showering their owners with companionship and loyalty. In fact, 67% of dog owners named their pooch their best friend according to new research by Asda Money. And it seems the special bond with our four-legged friends has grown closer than ever before, with UK pet owners admitting to putting their dog’s dietary needs before their own … Continue reading Most UK Pet Owners Care More About their Dog than Themselves

First Aid for Dogs

There are many similarities between owning a dog and having a child. One of the most similar aspects is feeling the element of danger. You feel danger lurking round every corner when you’re a parent and are constantly saying “be careful” (reminds me of a Friends quote: Monica: Careful. Careful. Careful! Chandler: I’ll tell you what. For the rest of our lives, I’ll be careful unless told … Continue reading First Aid for Dogs